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All fixes incorporated into April 2003 version of this plugin.

There are two known problems - fixes are very welcome!


  • Marketing.Differentiation should link to the topic Differentiation in the web Marketing.
    • It does not.
  • .Needs should link to .Need
    • It does not.

-- MartinCleaver - 08 Jun 2003

I found some strange behaviour in my installation of SingletonWikiWordPlugin with EditTablePlugin (Version: 08 Nov 2002) When I insert words with uppercase letters (not necessarily WikiWords, just words like "Foo Bar") into a cell, I get things that look like this: Foo Bar. That is, the first word is ok, all the other words starting with an uppercase letter have their first letter turned into a (non-existing) link. The html code I get is this:

Foo <span style='background : #FFFFCE;'><font color="#0000FF">B</font></span>
<a href="/twiki/bin/edit/Sandbox/B?topicparent=SandboxNowikowKlausSandbox">?</a>ar
When I create a new line and add "Foo Bar" into a cell, everything is ok. But when I press "Edit table", the above code appears in the cell and stays there.

The table is defined as

%EDITTABLE{ header="|*Nr*|*Text field sandbox*|*Drop down sandbox*|*Timestamp*|"
format="| row, -1 | text, 20, init | select, 1, one, two, three, four | label, 0,
%SERVERTIME{"$day $mon $year $hour:$min"}% |" changerows="on" }%
It is the example from the plugin's home topic. The problem also appears in the SERVERTIME column.

-- KlausNowikow - 29 Aug 2003

Has anyone since thought of a better way to do SingletonWikiWords?

-- MartinCleaver - 03 Oct 2008

See StopWikiWordLinkPluginDev for ForceStopWikiWordLinkPlugin, which has lists of word to force and stop as wikiwords. There are even test cases smile

-- ClifKussmaul - 04 Oct 2008

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Topic revision: r17 - 2008-10-04 - ClifKussmaul
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