On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 5:26 PM, Guillaume Delhumeau <
> Currently a user have 2 ways to attach a file to a wiki page:
> - in the attachment tab in VIEW mode only ;
> - if it's an image, using a WYSIWYG editor.
It doesn't have to be an image. You *can* attach any type of file. You can
drag & drop only images, but that's different (we have CKEDITOR-30 for
> However, if it's not an image, you cannot add it while you're writing the
> content. It's a bit as if you were not able to attach a file while you were
> writing an email... not user friendly!
> So we have this issue: http://jira.xwiki.org/browse/XWIKI-5400
> To fix it, I see 2 options:
> - add the handling of attachments in edit mode.
> - add *all* docextra tabs like we have in view mode (it's not because you
> are editing a page that you don't need to see the history of the page, nor
> the comments).
> But this might be not relevant for the class and the object editor.
> My proposal:
> * Display docextra tabs by default.
> * In class and object editors, set $docExtras = .
> * Set $docExtras =  in all sheets where we consider it's not relevant to
> have the tabs.
> Guillaume Delhumeau (guillaume.delhum...@xwiki.com)
> Research & Development Engineer at XWiki SAS
> Committer on the XWiki.org project
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