Preferences for access keys and edit form
This page can be used as template for (personal) preferences, or set as default site preference (see below).
# Access keys - hold Alt (Windows Edge), Shift + Alt (Firefox) # or Control (Mac) and tap the indicated key on your keyboard # to trigger the corresponding action. # 'ak_view' => '' , # view page 'ak_edit' => 'e', # edit page 'ak_history' => 'h', # page history # 'ak_print' => '', # print view of page 'ak_recentchanges' => 'c', # Recent Changes 'ak_save' => 's', # save page 'ak_saveedit' => 'u', # save and keep editing 'ak_savedraft' => 'd', # save as draft 'ak_preview' => 'p', # preview page 'ak_textedit' => ',' # focus to edit textarea (at the end) 'ak_em' => 'i', # emphasized text (italic) 'ak_strong' => 'b', # strong text (bold) # 'ak_attach' => '', # attach a file # 'ak_backlinks' => '', # show backlinks # 'ak_logout' => '', # log out # Editing components 'e_rows' => '20', # rows in edit textarea 'e_cols' => '70', # columns in edit textarea 'Site.EditForm' => 'Site.EditForm' # location of EditForm
To create personal user (browser) preferences,
- make a copy of this page somewhere, preferably as
- edit that new page with your new preferred settings,
- select Set Preferences of this Page from the new page containing your newly created settings.
This sets a preference cookie on your browser which tells PmWiki where to find your personal preference settings.
To revert to the PmWiki default preferences
- select Revert to PmWiki Default Preferences to unset the preference cookie
See also Cookbook:UserConfigurations about how to customise the edit form for personal use.
Note that by default, parsing of Site.Preferences is disabled. To make it the default site preference, add
to a config file (e.g.
To disable user preferences entirely set
$EnablePrefs = 0;