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VisualEditor/Ενημερωτικό Δελτίο/2015/Δεκέμβριος

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Ο visual editor

Αυτό το ξέρατε;

Ένα νέο, απλούστερο σύστημα επεξεργασίας θα παρέχει ένα μόνο κουμπί επεξεργασίας. Άπαξ και η σελίδα έχει ανοίξει, θα μπορείτε να αλλάζεται μεταξύ οπτικής επεξεργασίας και επεξεργασίας κώδικα.

Screenshot showing a pop-up dialog for switching from the wikitext editor to the visual editor

If you prefer having separate edit buttons, then you can set that option in your preferences, either in a pop-up dialog the next time you open the visual editor, or by going to Special:Preferences and choosing the setting that you want:

[[File:VisualEditor single edit tab in preferences 2015-12-18.png|alt=Screenshot showing a drop-down menu in Special:Preferences|centre|frameless|230x230px]]

The current plan is for the default setting to have the Edit button open the editing environment you used most recently.

Μπορείτε να διαβάσετε και να βοηθήσετε στη μετάφραση του εγχειριδίου χρήσης το οποίο έχει περισσότερες πληροφορίες για το πως να χρησιμοποιήσετε τον visual editor.

Διαβάστε το σε άλλη γλώσσαΕγγραφή στο πολύγλωσσο ενημερωτικό δελτίο

Από την έκδοση του τελευταίου ενημερωτικού δελτίου, η ομλαδα του visual editor έχει διορθώσει πολλά σφάλματα και έχει αναπτύξει το εργαλείο για τους μαθηματικούς τύπους. Η δουλειά τους είναι διαθέσιμη στο Phabricator. Their current priorities are improving support for languages such as Japanese and Arabic, and providing rich-media tools for formulæ, charts, galleries and uploading.

Πρόσφατες βελτιώσεις

You can switch from the wikitext editor to the visual editor after you start editing.

The LaTeX mathematics formula editor has been significantly expanded. (T118616) You can see the formula as you change the LaTeX code. You can click buttons to insert the correct LaTeX code for many symbols.

Μελλοντικές αλλαγές

The single edit tab project will combine the "Edit" and "Edit source" tabs into a single "Edit" tab, like the system already used on the mobile website.

(T102398, T58337) Initially, the "Edit" tab will open whichever editing environment you used last time. Your last editing choice will be stored as a cookie for logged-out users and as an account preference for logged-in editors. Logged-in editors will be able to set a default editor in the Editing tab of Special:Preferences in the drop-down menu about "Editing mode:".

The visual editor will be offered to all editors at the following Wikipedias in early 2016:

Amharic, Buginese, Min Dong, Cree, Manx, Hakka, Armenian, Georgian, Pontic, Serbo-Croatian, Tigrinya, Mingrelian, Zhuang, and Min Nan. (T116523) Please post your comments and the language(s) that you tested at the feedback thread on mediawiki.org. The developers would like to know how well it works. Please tell them what kind of computer, web browser, and keyboard you are using.

In 2016, the feedback pages for the visual editor on many Wikipedias will be redirected to mediawiki.org.


Testing opportunities

  • Please try the new system for the single edit tab on test2.wikipedia.org. You can edit while logged out to see how it works for logged-out editors, or you can create a separate account to be able to set your account's preferences. Please share your thoughts about the single edit tab system at the feedback topic on mediawiki.org or sign up for formal user research (type "single edit tab" in the question about other areas you're interested in). The new system has not been finalized, and your feedback can affect the outcome. The team particularly wants your thoughts about the options in Special:Preferences. The current choices in Special:Preferences are:
    • Remember my last editor,
    • Always give me the visual editor if possible,
    • Always give me the source editor, and
    • Show me both editor tabs. (This is the current state for people already using the visual editor. None of these options will be visible if you have disabled the visual editor in your preferences at that wiki.)
  • Can you read and type in Korean or Japanese? Language engineer David Chan needs people who know which tools people use to type in some languages. If you speak Japanese or Korean, you can help him test support for these languages. Please see the instructions at What to test if you can help, and report it on Phabricator (Korean - Japanese) or on Wikipedia (Korean - Japanese).

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