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Compatible with DokuWiki
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This extension has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues.
This plugin enables you to quickly enter edit mode by double clicking the headline or text.
Download and Installation
Section edit may be enabled by modifying the function html_secedit_button() somewhere around row 105 in inc\html.php
Section edits in second release is based on the same mechanics as the section edit button. If <!-- SECTION ... --> comments are saved by modifying html_secedit_button() they are found by dblclickedit plugin and the 'lines' information could be used for do=edit?lines=… action link.
I still want ability to edit large tables and code sections, but that I think will require a change in lexer/XHTML and a lot of other places. Probable breaking compatibility with some plugins too.
The source code is available at GitHub
- Initial release
Known Bugs and Issues
- Advanced section edit, aware of tables and <code>.
There is also another solution to inline editing proposed by emanuele called inlinedit using jEditable. The dblClickEdit plugin is on the other hand focused on using the standard editor (or WYSIWYG of your choice). — Håkan Sandell 2009/07/02 21:34
Nice plugin! This is really what I want, but it does not work with URL rewrite right now. Hope this issue will be fixed soon. — Reder 2009/07/04 08:27
Fixed now — Håkan Sandell 2009/07/05 16:55