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ODT render support
The following plugins support export to ODT. See column description for eventually present limitations.
|a2s||The a2s plugin converts ASCII art diagram to nice embedded SVG images. as of version 2017-10-31, There are still a few quirks with color names and alignment.|
|Changemarks||The changemarks plugin is used to mark portions of text as inserted, deleted or highlighted. The latest version supports to export ODT format.|
|Chem||The chem plugin formats a molecular formula by using <chem> tag. The latest version supports to export ODT format.|
|Color||Opportunity to write colored text in DokuWiki|
|Columns||The plugin makes it possible to arrange information in multiple columns.|
|Comment||Add comments / notes to your wiki source that won't be shown on the page.|
|Definitionlist||The plugin Definitionlist lets you create (X)HTML Definition lists, simple syntax and smart styling. There is one open issue.|
|DivAlign2||paragraph alignment. partial support (enhancements in progress)|
|Emphasis||Use the Emphasis plugin for simple text highlighting.|
|explain||Pull request committed 6th of October 2016 on github.|
|Exttab3||Use the extended (MediaWiki-style) table syntax of the Exttab3 plugin to make your tables look nicer. You can give the table rows or cells different text styles or colors using CSS.|
|Fields|| User-defined fields support – Together with the fields plugin, you can store data in user-defined fields in your page, and recall this data from anywhere in your document (even in the headers and footers). See the fields plugin documentation page for more information.
In OpenOffice, user-defined fields are accessible using the Insert menu → Field → Other, “Variables” tab, and “User fields” section on the left.
This is very useful for document references, project names, etc.
|Filelist||The filelist plugin provides a syntax for adding linked and sorted lists of files as selected by wildcard based glob patterns to a wiki page.|
|Geotag||The Geotag plugin enables the user to annotate pages with a geotag.|
|Include||The include plugin will let you generate a single ODT file from multiple wiki pages, just like for XHTML.|
|Keyboard||The Keyboard plugin marks text as keyboard keys.|
|LaTeX||The LaTeX rendering plugin also will let you insert mathematical formulas in a wiki page, using a back-end LaTeX compiler.|
|Math2||The math2 plugin will let you insert mathematical formulas in a wiki page. Support for the ODT format which should be imminent. In the meantime, you can apply this code.|
|Mathpublish||A PHP only solution for including mathematical formulae into DokuWiki.|
|Mimetex||Exports TeX expressions as images using the standalone mimeTeX executable|
|Notes||The nice-looking notes provided by the note plugin are exported to ODT.|
|Nspages||The nspages plugin creates TOC of namespaces. The latest version supports the ODT format.|
|Pagebreak||The Pagebreak plugin lets you insert manual pagebreaks in your document.|
|Sapnotelink||The sapnotelink plugin creates SAP note links.|
|Stars2||The Stars2 plugin lets you add Rating, Difficulty, etc. in form of stars.|
|strata||Add and query semi-structured data in your wiki|
|symbols4odt||Allows insertion of symbols that work both on wiki pages, as well as in exported ODT files. Supports using UTF8 codes that are translated to symbols.|
|Typography||The Typography plugin enables you to write more beautiful text. You can change the color, the font style and lots of other text parameters. The plugin has little limitations regarding ODT export, see the plugin page for details.|
|Wrap||Universal, powerful plugin. Supports table alignment, multi-column text, text containers like in the Note plugin, text alignment and indentation and more. See the plugin page for details and for existing limitations regarding ODT export.|
|Switchpanel||Draws a network switch panel from a list of port descriptions.|
|Var||Displays some dynamic info about the current page, user or date. It uses exactly the same syntax and variables as namespace templates.|
|yalist||yet another list syntax plugin|
Please add plugins for which you would like to have ODT support to the list.
|Box||NO||pending (Maintainer aware) Patch at wiki page. Basic output.|
|Code||NO||No specific code found. Just plain printing of text. Not tested.|
|Fontcolor||NO||pending pull request. You can also use the typography plugin to set the fontcolor.|
|refnotes||NO||See request at Github|
|syntaxhighlighter4||NO||Unfortunately support for this plugin will not be possible as it works on the client side using java-script. Only server-side plugins can support ODT export.|
How to add ODT support for a plugin?
plugin/odt/rendersupport.txt · Last modified: 2022-05-03 19:54 by 2a00:6020:b4b3:cd00:1c17:6494:ba32:3ad2