Ya thought of that as well
I don't want to display the description on the page, only link to the page, those
creating the page know what it means, those reading the page may not.
I like the list because you can scan through the list rather than type ahead with the
tokens, leaves room for similar entries that mean the same.
If the list had a token like entry point that would be cool and we could create red links
to create the pages.
Currently I added a link to the form and a note to save before adding a new one.
I guess that leads to another question.
Can a page be saved without leaving the edit page?
From: MediaWiki-l <mediawiki-l-bounces(a)lists.wikimedia.org> on behalf of Yaron Koren
Sent: Wednesday, March 29, 2017 4:54 PM
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Subject: Re: [MediaWiki-l] Page Forms input type list
What you want, then, may be a multiple-instance template - where the
template holds two fields, one for the name and one for the description:
Extension:Page Forms/Defining forms -
The timeout value is in seconds; it can take any number. Multiple values for the same
field . Page Forms supports having multiple values within a given field, and ...
On Wed, Mar 29, 2017 at 2:47 PM, Phil Legault <plegault(a)live.com> wrote:
That does sound like an option,
I was looking for something a little different as I wanted to create the
selection as a page that uses a form were I can provide a
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