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A lightweight tool for simple, self-contained wikis · By Alamantus GameDev

Thank you!

A topic by itchyitch created Mar 08, 2023 Views: 171 Replies: 5
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I see that this amazing program got far less attention than it deserves sadly. It has easily become one of my favorites because; it is incredibly simple & easy to use and has all the most essential features. Creating wikis, diaries, fictional worlds, just anything in this program will be in perfect order thanks to the nesting and tagging system. It only takes 55kb of space and I haven't encountered any performance issues. In summary, this program is much much better, simpler, cleaner than the other programs I've tried.

I'm writing here just to say thank you for making and updating this awesome tool.

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Hey there, thanks so much for your kind words! I'm so glad to hear you like it and it works well for you :)

Updates are somewhat slow, but please let me know if you ever run into any issues with the app or if you have any features you'd like to see added or created as extensions!

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Oh, I wasn't expecting such a nice reply this fast :)

Hmm, let me think about it. Actually, there are few things in my mind if added I would very appreciate. Text alignment and insert table buttons in the toolbar. I couldn't see these mentioned on wiki and I am guessing you can do these things easily in html & css. But you know, these two "buttons" are very common and useful like here even this Itch.io text editor has it. If you don't want to, I would gladly understand though. It is still the best wiki app for me. And I don't mind the update frequency, this is a completely free project you are working on anyway :)

Ah almost forgot, ability to embed videos and link gifs would be awesome too. Thanks again! Have a nice day.

Developer(+1)

Text alignment looks like it should be easy enough to add without adding too much to the base size! I've created a request ticket on the project so I can keep it in mind when I'm working on the next update!

As for GIFs, that should already be doable in exactly the same way as adding a regular image! Just get the image URL where the .gif file lives and add it as an external image. Unfortunately adding the ability to have an internal GIF image would be a bit too much for Feather Wiki to handle since they tend to be so huge. What you can do, however, is put the .gif file in the same folder as your wiki's HTML file and reference "./mygif.gif" as an external image (where "./" refers to "the same folder as this HTML file").

And video embeds are all so wildly different that it'd frankly be impossible to handle them all—those you'll unfortunately need to just add using HTML by yourself... Sorry about that!

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Text alignment looks like it should be easy enough to add without adding too much to the base size! I've created a request ticket on the project so I can keep it in mind when I'm working on the next update!

I'm so glad to hear that!

And video embeds are all so wildly different that it'd frankly be impossible to handle them all—those you'll unfortunately need to just add using HTML by yourself... Sorry about that!

Ohh I see, I didn't know about this. Well, there are many tutorials on the internet explaining how to do it. I will check those if I ever need to embed something. Thank you for taking your time to explain it.

Developer

Hello again! I just wanted to let you know that the newest version 1.6.1 has updated the buttons on the visual editor to include paragraph alignment buttons! Check out this post for other minor changes in the new version: https://alamantus.itch.io/feather-wiki/devlog/547439/feather-wiki-version-161