I was going to try out your plugin as well, but it does not work if you
copy/paste from the wiki page due to wrong indentation as you stated.
I must admit that I’m too lazy to correct each line. Or do you have a quick
procedure on how to correct wrong indentation?
May be you can provide the plugin in the manner I provided my plugins? See this
as an example:
· First create a Feature request as a bug
· then attach the working py file to the bug
· Link to the file in the wiki page
I was wondering if your plugin could be used to display the relation of pages
to each other (not that I have a concrete use case out of it, just
out of curiosity how that picture could look like).
Behalf Of NorfCran
Sent: Montag, 29. Juni 2015 00:46
To: Alessandro La Fauci
Subject: Re: [Zim-wiki] Custom plugins installation
it is great to have a feedback from somebody, who intends to use the plugin. I
personally used mainly the custom tool and made a conversion of the custom tool
to the native plugin. I have identified and fixed the issue, tested the plugin
and it should work correctly now. Please be sure that you paste the code from
and there is a right indentation (Python is sensitive to mixed tabs and
spaces). I use very up to date version of ZIM-Wiki 0.63 from PPA. Please let me
know, if there is still an issue and I will try to solve it for you.
All the best,
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