Changeset 241


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Timestamp:
Jan 9, 2011 10:37:16 PM (8 years ago)
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APA
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  • branches/mbutscher/work/WikidPadHelp/data/Anchors.wiki

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    11++ Anchors
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    3 Anchors allow to define a particular position within any hyperlinked page, such as a wiki page or any HTML page.
    4 Given such anchor, a jump to that specific position may be invoked from anywhere else using an appropiate link.
     3Anchors allow to define a particular position within any hyper linked page, such as a WikiPage or any HTML page.
     4Given such anchor, a jump to that specific position may be invoked from anywhere else using an appropriate link.
    55
    6 Anchors for wiki pages are supported in both, edit and preview mode.
     6Anchors for WikiPages are supported in both, edit and preview mode.
    77In exported HTML pages, anchors are supported using standard HTML-Syntax ("#...").
    88
    99
    10 +++ Defining an Anchor
     10+++ Defining an Anchor and its name
    1111
    1212Anchors are defined with the special anchor tag "anchor:", followed by the name of that anchor, as follows:
     
    1414anchor: here
    1515
    16 The anchor tag must be on a separate line by itself, no other text before or after it. After "anchor:" you give the anchor its name.
     16The anchor tag must be on a separate line by itself, no other text before or after it.
    1717
    18 This name of the anchor must consist only of letters A to Z (upper or lowercase), digits and underscore. It must not contain spaces, other special characters or non-English characters.
     18After "anchor:" you give the anchor its name.
    1919
    20 And such name of an anchor should be unique within the page in order to avoid ambiguities.
     20Such name of an anchor must consist solely of:
     21        * letters A to Z (upper or lowercase),
     22        * digits and
     23        * underscore.
     24
     25The name of an anchor must *not* contain spaces, nor any other special or non-English character(s).
     26
     27Naturally, such name of an anchor should be unique within the page in order to avoid ambiguities.
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    2229
    2330+++ Hyperlinking to an Anchor
    2431
    25 In order to go to a particular anchor in a wiki word, append a ! and the anchor name to the wiki word (non-camelcase wiki words must be put in brackets), e.g.:
     32In order to go to a particular anchor in a wiki word, append an exclamation mark ("!") and the name of the anchor name to the wiki word.
     33(Note: Non-camelcase wiki words must be put in brackets, as always.)
     34
     35Example:
    2636
    2737[Anchors]!here
     
    3141TextFormatting!html
    3242
    33 Clicking on the link jumps to the page, and moves the cursor to the position following that anchor tag.
     43Doubleclick on such link in order to jump to the page, and having the cursor moved to the position following that anchor tag.
    3444
    3545
    3646+++ Remarks
    3747
    38     * Anchors are case-sensitive, therefore "here" and "Here" are
    39       different anchors.
     48    * Anchors are case-sensitive. Thus, "here" and "Here" are different anchors.
    4049    * The anchor tags are invisible in HTML preview and export.
    4150
    4251See also [Footnotes].
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     53[alias: PageAnchor; WikiPageAnchor]
  • branches/mbutscher/work/WikidPadHelp/data/ApiDocs.wiki

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    11++ wikidPad Hooks
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    3 Under the wikidPad install directory:
    4 
    5 file:///C|/Program%20Files/WikidPad by default
    6 
    7 There is a directory called "extensions".  In this folder there is a
    8 file called "wikidpadhooks.py". If you know Python you can extend
    9 wikidPad by hooking into the events sent to the methods defined
    10 in this file. For example, you could integrate wikidPad with cvs
    11 by plugging into the onopen, onsave, ondelete, onrename events.
     3Under the directory where wikidPad is installed, there is a sub directory called "extensions". 
     4
     5(Note: Under MS-Windows, this install directory is file:///C|/Program%20Files/WikidPad by default.)
     6
     7In this install folder there is a file called "wikidpadhooks.py".
     8
     9If you know Python you can extend wikidPad by hooking into the events sent to the methods defined
     10in this file. For example, you could integrate wikidPad with a cvs system by plugging into the onopen, onsave, ondelete, onrename events.
    1211
    1312file:///C|/Program%20Files/WikidPad/extensions/WikidPadHooks.py
  • branches/mbutscher/work/WikidPadHelp/data/ApplicationConfigurationFiles.wiki

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    11++ Application Configuration Files
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    3 Application configuration files mean here the application-wide configuration files "WikidPad.config" and the directory ".WikidPadGlobals" with all contained files.
     3Application configuration files mean here.
     4
     5        * the application-wide configuration files "WikidPad.config"; and
     6        * the directory ".WikidPadGlobals" with all contained files.
    47
    58This page describes where WikidPad searches for these files on startup:
     
    1013
    1114
    12 If WikidPad could not found a "WikidPad.config" file, it uses so-called environment variables to locate the config. directory
     15If WikidPad could not find a "WikidPad.config" file, it uses so-called environment variables to locate the config. directory
    1316
    14     1. If there is a "HOME" variable, its value (normally a
    15        directory) is used.
    16     2. If not, it asks the operating system for the appropriate user
    17        configuration directory (this is done through the wxPython
    18        library) and puts its data in a subdirectory "WikidPad" similar
    19        to other applications (this is mainly intended for Windows).
     17    1. If there is a "HOME" variable, its value (normally a directory) is used.
     18    2. If not, it asks the operating system for the appropriate user configuration directory (this is done through the wxPython library) and puts its data in a subdirectory "WikidPad" similar to other applications (this is mainly intended for Windows).
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  • branches/mbutscher/work/WikidPadHelp/data/Menu Edit.wiki

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    1010Do search or replace operation on a single page.
    1111
    12 ++ Cut
    13 ++ Copy
    14 ++ Paste
    15 Usual clipboard operations in text editor. For the HTML preview only "Copy" can be used.
     12++ Cut, Copy and Paste
     13The usual clipboard operations, as in any text editor.
     14Note: From the HTML preview, only "Copy" may be used, of course, as there is no editing possible.
    1615
    1716++ Copy to ScratchPad
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