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KwangErn Liew

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A list of things to do for twiki.


Notes on 4.2


Plugins in the works

This plugin should enable a user to powerfully create a template from PatternSkin or NatSkin. The idea is to provide a higher level customisation in greater detail.

It works by sitting next to the Skins available, lists IFDEFINED properties of the skin, let the developer decide what s/he wants, and creates a template out of it. Thus, it copies *.tmpl and *.css. This enables a cleaner and smaller CSS, and more importantly a more powerful CSS that lets the developer customise down to the smallest detail. This will also link with WebPreferences for header values, i.e. banner/logo attributes.

Under review: MichaelDaum points out a better approach, put variables/attributes that makes perl spits out html at the end

Personal Preferences

Uncomment preferences variables to activate them (remove the #-sign). Help and details on preferences variables are available in TWikiPreferences.

  • Show tool-tip topic info on mouse-over of WikiWord links, on or off:
    • #Set LINKTOOLTIPINFO = off
  • Horizontal size of text edit box:
    • #Set EDITBOXWIDTH = 70
  • Vertical size of text edit box:
    • #Set EDITBOXHEIGHT = 22
  • Style of text edit box. width: 99% for full window width (default), width: auto to disable.
    • #Set EDITBOXSTYLE = width: 99%

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