Last modified: 2012-12-16 17:43:09 UTC
There seems to be a trend towards AJAX support. I am wondering if there will be
more support to edit pages, with the goals being to make it easier to edit, and
to decrease the amount of page reloads required?
I am sorry if this is submitted to the wrong place - there is not great
documentation on how to submit feature requests.
Would greatly like this feature.
*** Bug 3477 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
I definitely agree. I had a WikiProject once, but the interface was so hard that
I stopped using it. My idea (posted elsewhere) is as follows:
All you'd have to do to edit is highlight a section, click Cntrl-X-Q or
something like that, and your selection turns into a WHYSIWYG edit box within
the rest of the page! Just put the command toolbox on teh side and have it
scroll up and down with the page. When you are done, click the Edit button on
the toolbox, and it switches back to normal without reloading!
oops. Wrong bug. sorry.
(In reply to comment #4)
> oops. Wrong bug. sorry.
Sorry. Right one. (Sigh)
Some Etherpad-like functionality would be nice.
(In reply to comment #6)
> And having the + tab
> on talk pages do an AJAX edit at the bottom would be very handy.
This is essentially what LiquidThreads currently does for talk pages. For example, try clicking "Add topic" at this page:
See also the prototype mentioned on this topic
and which can be tested at the page
(In reply to comment #7)
> Some Etherpad-like functionality would be nice.
See bug 28373
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 1898 ***