On Thursday, February 22, 2018 at 11:18:39 AM UTC+1, BurningTreeC wrote:
> It is still the original implementation, I'm just looking for ideas, if 
> something very useful comes up
> Don't understand why now it should be a plugin, just because I'm asking 
> for ideas?

IMO your initial PR is generic enough for the core. And there are some 
combinations left for future development. ... 

But if the core contains hard-coded functions for too many possible 
combination with Shift, Ctrl and Alt, it may be against users preferred 
But if we implement something, we have to be sure, to keep it. ... 

You know, Jeremy is very restrictive about backwards compatibility. So if 
something is core, we have to live with it for a really long time!

These things will only have effect while dragging - how can one set this 
> from the keyboard shortcuts panel?

I don't know. I did just point to an option, that I personally would prefer 
configuration over hard-coded functionality. 

And if a new config UI will bloat the core even more, I'll always vote for 
a plugin as an alternative. 

> If it's possible then the feature is very well under-documented


> I think transclusion is such a central topic in tw that the ctrl+drag = 
> transclusion is very justified to be in the core.
> The prefix and suffix, too, because that's a central way how the whole 
> html and wikitext syntax work

Right, that's why I would support it for the core. 

> For anything else I'm just looking for Ideas

OK ... as plugins or configurable. 

have fun!

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