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Word wrapping on TOC might not be all that great. I was looking at TOC template stuff on mediawiki a couple days ago and you'd basically have to build a custom TOC to get the effect you want. It's better not to change all TOC's site wide for a couple peoples' requests.

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Hiding text is not ideal either. If a TOC is too wide, then it's not a good candidate as a floating TOC. Let's not go altering things in the Wiki that is not consistent. This is one example of why I don't like the CSS extension.

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Since, everybody is talking about TOC... is there a super easy way to make the TOC ignore this for example.

<span style="background-color: green;">     </span>

I have a big space in the TOC in front of all the mods. Same with the numbering. Its rather annoying.

 

Edit: Well, I guess someone answered it fast than I post. I was distracted...

Edited by hishutup

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Updated the Pack template with a few changes:

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Fixed Pack/PostConfig template so that it wouldn't in some cases show the wiki code

== Post Installation Configuration ==

at the bottom.

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Nice stuff. I'd just keep everything horizontal though imho. I tend to skip over or not notice vertical text. Might just be me :)

Edited by Nearox

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Nice stuff. I'd just keep everything horizontal though imho. I tend to skip over or not notice vertical text. Might just be me :)

How about slanted?

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Just had a look at it... Nah. There is plenty of space (on my 1080p screen) for it to be horizontal. Also I would have it read Forum Thread or Support Thread just so that it sticks out a bit more.

By the way can you use spoiler tages or something else so that the user has to click on it and then it opens a box with text? It doesn't seem to work for me at the wiki. 

 

Much like you can on forums:

 

 

example

 

 

For instance, instead of the seperate REGS - SRLE compatibility section, I want to include these instructions at the REGS page but only if they are initially hidden and can be viewed by users when they click a box or something like a spoiler tag. If spoiler tage is the way to go, is it possible to change the titel from 'spoiler' to 'instructions for SRLE users'. 

Edited by Nearox

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Oh yeah also, is it possible for the ToC to include numbers in both the ToC and in the headings that are on the page? I think back when we made REGS we weren't able to do it, and only have numbers in the ToC. 

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