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TML is inherently space sensitive, and this is used in tables for horizontal cell alignment/merged cells.

WysiwygPlugin opens TWiki to a broader audience, ones that are less technical.

If a user deletes the space from an empty cell when they re-edit the cell using WysiwygPlugin there is no way for them to reinstate that cell: it has been merged with the adjacent cell.

Perhaps it would be better to not support merged cells yet?


Really Kupu should support unmerging cells.

CC


When editing could it not populate any cells that are just whitespace to avoid users removing it unnecessarily, and preserve (reintroduce) that whitespace when saving if the cells are unchanged? That would preserve whitespace as much as possible for those still editing in TML.

SH


That would be very complex to do. I would rather just disable cell merging.

CC


I think this is resolved by %SPAN% support in WysiwygPlugin. See the plugin topic for more info.

CC

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Summary Tables: deleting space in table cell collapses cell
ReportedBy MartinCleaver
Codebase

SVN Range 7662
AppliesTo Extension
Component WysiwygPlugin
Priority Normal
CurrentState Closed
WaitingFor

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Topic revision: r7 - 2006-01-16 - CrawfordCurrie
 
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