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> Le 4 août 2017 à 00:21, Danny Horn <> a écrit :
> Hi everyone,
> WMF's Community Tech team team is happy to announce that Wikitext Editor
> Syntax Highlighting has been released as a beta feature today on all LTR
> Wikimedia projects!
> Syntax Highlighting was the #6 request in this year's Community Wishlist
> Survey [1]  -- a way to help editors parse the wikitext in the edit window
> by using color, bolding, italics and size to make it easier to see which
> parts are article text, and which are links, templates, tags and headings.
> It's easy to separate the link target from the actual link text, section
> headings are bigger, and adding bold and italics actually changes the way
> it looks in the edit window. Plus -- thanks to the amazing performance
> optimization done by volunteer developer Pastakhov -- it loads a lot faster
> than previous versions of syntax highlighting.
> Unfortunately, the feature isn't available in RTL languages yet; we're
> working on some bugs, and we'll release it as soon as we can. We're also
> hoping to improve the Syntax Highlighting performance for people who also
> use the "New wikitext mode" Beta feature.
> You can find Syntax Highlighting under the Beta features tab in
> Preferences. I hope you all love it and find it useful! If you've got
> feedback, you can click on the Discussion link in Beta features, or leave
> comments and questions on the Community Tech project talk page. [2] Thanks!
> Danny Horn
> Senior Product Manager
> WMF Community Tech
> [1] Community Wishlist Survey:
> [2] Project talk page:
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