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Personal Preferences (details in TWikiVariables)

  • Show tool-tip topic info on mouse-over of WikiWord links, on or off: (see details in TWikiPreferences)
    • 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%
  • Web Forms
    • you can set %WEBFORMS%! but it does not work in this environment

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My Notes

  • Form / Template based database creation of threads
    • There is a tutorial in the sandbox that almost makes sense: FormBasedTableTutorial
    • The Form defines the fields and their types (headings are fixed)
    • Template is a table with no values and points (in its METADATA) to a Form
      • I created one by editing the METADATA fields directly (since webforms varible did not work)
    • The cgi/bin script for edit knows how to use the formtemplate (= Template) field to create a new page (topic)
    • It seems that you can change the Form (in a super set way) and the Template will automagically change and so will any New pages/topics you create (not what is implied when you read the METADATA docs)
    • The formated SEARCH command/varible is used to group the results of searching all the created topics into one psudo search result that looks like a static table

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