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plugin:editx [2015-01-18 12:02]
danny0838 [Announcement for stopping support]
plugin:editx [2018-05-30 22:05] (current)
Klap-in [Installation And Usage]
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-====== ​editx plugin ​======+====== ​EditX Plugin ​======
  
 ---- plugin ---- ---- plugin ----
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 depends ​   :  depends ​   : 
 conflicts ​ :  conflicts ​ : 
-similar ​   : pagemove+similar ​   : pagemove, move
 tags       : !experimental,​ rename, move, delete tags       : !experimental,​ rename, move, delete
  
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 ===== Installation And Usage ===== ===== Installation And Usage =====
  
-Download ​and install the plugin using the [[plugin:plugin|Plugin ​Manager]] ​using the URL given above. Refer to [[:​Plugins]] on how to install plugins manually.+Search ​and install the plugin using the [[plugin:extension|Extension ​Manager]]. Refer to [[:​Plugins]] on how to install plugins manually.
  
 +Further:
   * Go to the **edit** page and click on the link in the header: **If you want to do a page management such as renaming, go here:** (or simply use the action **editx**)   * Go to the **edit** page and click on the link in the header: **If you want to do a page management such as renaming, go here:** (or simply use the action **editx**)
   * use the form to manage a page rename or deletion for the current page.   * use the form to manage a page rename or deletion for the current page.
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 === Authority requirements === === Authority requirements ===
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   - **edit** authority of the source page   - **edit** authority of the source page
   - **edit** authority of the target page   - **edit** authority of the target page
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   * **redirecttext**:​ Text left after moving a page, and @ID@ refers to the target page. If it's left blank, the default text (in the language pack) is used.    * **redirecttext**:​ Text left after moving a page, and @ID@ refers to the target page. If it's left blank, the default text (in the language pack) is used. 
-    * If you have [[PageRedirect]] plugin installed, you can fill in ''​~~REDIRECT>:​@ID@~~''​ +    * If you have [[PageRedirect]] plugin installed, you can fill in ''​%%~~REDIRECT>:​@ID@~~%%''​ 
-    * If you have [[GOTO]] plugin, use ''​~~GOTO>:​@ID@~~''​+    * If you have [[GOTO]] plugin, use ''​%%~~GOTO>:​@ID@~~%%''​
     * If you have [[mediasyntax]] plugin, use ''​%%#​REDIRECT [[:​@ID@]]%%''​     * If you have [[mediasyntax]] plugin, use ''​%%#​REDIRECT [[:​@ID@]]%%''​
   * **user_rename**:​ The groups and/or users allowed to perform page name (note that **edit** authority is still needed, see above documentation),​ listed in comma seperated form.   * **user_rename**:​ The groups and/or users allowed to perform page name (note that **edit** authority is still needed, see above documentation),​ listed in comma seperated form.
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 ==== Changes ==== ==== Changes ====
  
-{{rss>http://​github.com/​danny0838/​dw-editx/​commits/​master.atom date}}+{{rss>https://​github.com/​danny0838/​dw-editx/​commits/​master.atom date}}
  
 ===== Localization ===== ===== Localization =====
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 Translations can be put here, I'll check them in to the new version. Translations can be put here, I'll check them in to the new version.
  
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 I am going to add several features in the plugin, such as hiding/​unhiding histories and recycle/​recover page. If anyone has good ideas, tell me about 'em. I am going to add several features in the plugin, such as hiding/​unhiding histories and recycle/​recover page. If anyone has good ideas, tell me about 'em.
  
-====Clone Page====+==== Clone Page ====
  
 I'm working on a project where work done in subdirectories can be cloned to other subdirectories. So for example, I'm building a course (say GEOG 420) and I search other courses and find a page from GEOG 346 I'd like to clone and edit.  I'm working on a project where work done in subdirectories can be cloned to other subdirectories. So for example, I'm building a course (say GEOG 420) and I search other courses and find a page from GEOG 346 I'd like to clone and edit. 
plugin/editx.1421578942.txt.gz · Last modified: 2015-01-18 12:02 by danny0838