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          5.5. Ideas
              5.5.3. Idea contents editing
 5.5.3.9. Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor  

Idea text can be modified with the WYSIWYG HTML text editor (What You See Is What You Get : the text is currently rendered in the same way that it will be generated).

Text of any length can be typed without formatting, or copied, cut or pasted (Ctrl C, X, V keys) from any other software (a word processor for example).

Global text format (justification, alignment ...), is defined by the style template parameters (class TextGroup).

However, to perform local formatting, WIT offers the following functions (in the toolbar) :

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor  

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor  Cut (Ctrl + X)

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor  Copy (Ctrl + C)

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor  Paste (Ctrl + V)

RTF Paste : RTF format is preferred if present in the Windows Clipboard (for instance, when pasting Excel sheet fragments).

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor  Search (Ctrl + F)

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor  Undo (Ctrl + Z)

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor  Redo (Ctrl + Y)

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor  Font (Arial, Courier, Times, Verdana...)

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor  Font size

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor  Predefined formats

  • Normal (Ctrl + N, Ctrl + Shift + N) 
  • Formatted <PRE> (Ctrl + P, Ctrl + Shift + P) 
  • Address
  • Header 1 <H1> (Ctrl + 1, Ctrl + Shift + 1)
  • Header 2 <H2> (Ctrl + 2, Ctrl + Shift + 2)
  • Header 3 <H3> (Ctrl + 3, Ctrl + Shift + 3)
  • Header 4 <H4> (Ctrl + 4, Ctrl + Shift + 4)
  • Header 5 <H5> (Ctrl + 5, Ctrl + Shift + 5)
  • Header 6 <H6> (Ctrl + 6, Ctrl + Shift + 6)
  • Numbered list <OL> (Ctrl + O, Ctrl + Shift + O)
  • Bulleted list <UL> (Ctrl + L, Ctrl + Shift + L)
  • Directory list <DIR>
  • Menu list <MENU>
  • Definition term <DT>
  • Definition detail <DD>
  • Paragraph

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor  Bold characters (Ctrl + B)

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor  Italic characters (Ctrl + I)

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor  Underlined text (Ctrl + U)

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor  Graphical bullet : click on the sphere button. A tag is inserted and will be replaced by an image when the page is rendered, according to structure template parameters. (Ctrl + Alt + Y)

Text color and formatting : select the text, and choose your option in the menu :

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor  Text color (Ctrl + Alt + F)

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor  Text background color (Ctrl + Alt + B)

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor  Insert a CSS style (with a <span> tag) : the selected text is decorated with the CSS style that you select from the style template dialog. You can create your own CSS styles (prefix their names with a dot (".") in the CSS editor). If the selection includes different text formattings, WIT will apply the CSS style to the parent HTML tag. (Ctrl + Alt + C)  (professional licence)

Repeat last CSS style insertion with (Ctrl + Alt + R) (professional licence)

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor Clean common text formattings in the current selection (<font>, <strong> or <b>, <em> or <i> tags) (Ctrl + Alt + K)

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor Clean advanced text formattings in the current selection (<font> and <span> tags and CSS styles : 'style' and 'class' attributes) (professional licence)

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor  Clean all links in the current selection (professional licence)

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor  Clean all MS-Word 2000, 2003 specific tags in the whole page (professional licence)

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor  Clean common and advanced text formattings and MS-Word specific tags in the whole page (professional licence)

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor Clean all HTML tags in the whole page (Paragraphs and line breaks are kept) (professional licence)

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor  Numbered list (Ctrl + Shift + O) 

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor  Bulleted list (Ctrl + Shift + L)

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor  Current paragraph indent increase (Tab, Ctrl + Alt + -->) 

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor  Current paragraph indent decrease (Shift + Tab, Ctrl + Alt + <--) 

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor  Left alignment,

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor  Centered alignment,

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor  Right alignment,

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor  Simple table management (insert table, insert/delete rows, columns and cells) :

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor Insert a new table : specify its number of rows and columns, its caption title (Ctrl + Alt + T)

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor Insert a new row in the current table

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor Insert a new column in the current table

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor Insert a new cell in the current table

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor Delete current row

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor Delete current column

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor Delete current cell.

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor  WIT controlled internal links insertion  :

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor Insert a link to an idea (in this document). (Ctrl + Alt + A). Already selected text is kept as WIT creates the link. If no text is selected, WIT inserts the linked idea title. You can insert multiple links to ideas : in this case, WIT enumerates all idea titles. More info...

 Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor   Insert a link to a local document (Ctrl + Alt + D). Already selected text is kept as WIT creates the link. If no text is selected, WIT inserts the linked document name. You can insert multiple links to documents: in this case, WIT enumerates all document names. More info...

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor Insert a link to an external URL (Ctrl + Alt + U): just type the name you want to appear in the text and the URL value. Both can be identical. More info...

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor Insert an image (Ctrl + Alt + I). More info...

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor Insert a WIT variable (Ctrl + Alt + V). More info...

 Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor   Insert a local graphical table of contents mind map, (FreeMind Flash browser). More info...

 Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor   Insert a local graphical table of contents mind map, (FreeMind Java applet). More info...

Multimedia documents : more info...

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor Flash® documents

 Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor  FreeMind mind map (Flash browser). More info... 

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor Shockwave® documents

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor Quick Time® documents

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor Media Player® documents

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor Midi documents

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor Real Audio® documents

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor ActiveX® documents

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor Plugin documents

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor Java Applet documents

 Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor  FreeMind mind map (Java applet). More info...

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor Insert a folding text (Ctrl + Alt + W): more info...

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor  Insert a foot note. More info...

 

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor  Display the keyword manager (pre initialized with current selection) (Ctrl + Shift + K)

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor  Toggle glyphs display : paragraphs, break lines, divisions, spans, comments...

Editing idea text : WYSIWYG editor  Access to the toolbar hidden elements when there is not enough room to display all the icons.

While typing text, below commands are also available :

 Ctrl + Z, to undo last modifications,
 Ctrl + Y, to redo last undone modifications
 Return, to create a new paragraph,
 Shift + Return, to insert a simple carriage return (break line <BR>)
 Ctrl + Shift + Space to insert unbreakable spaces (  HTML entity).

Note : local formats replace those defined at document level in the CSS style sheets . Use them with caution.

Note 2 : inserted tags are simple HTML tags. It is possible, for experienced users, to add other tags. However, to keep a uniform presentation, it is better to control text final rendering through structure and style templates (expert mode).

Note 3 : tables, forms, images, and hyperlinks can be pasted inside the text. The consistency of such links is not checked by WIT at Web site generation time. So if you paste such "foreign" links, only use links with absolute HTTP, Mail, or FTP addresses.

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Tasks
Start date2009/02/08
Due date2009/02/08
Percent finished100 %
Effective end date2009/02/08
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