On 8/20/07, Simetrical <Simetrical+wikilist(a)gmail.com> wrote:
As does Firefox, using (needless to say) an extension:
Resizeable Form Fields.
This is only semi-useful though; if you resize to use up the majority
of the screen, the click-ons disappear and have to be scrolled too.
Additionally, scrolling behavior, especially the scroll wheel, is
"weird". But that's just a minor issue in the overall problem.
I'd really like a word-processor-like enviornment. Text in one window,
optionally WYSIWYG, tools in palettes. A spell checker that remembers
new works on a per-document basis would be great (ie, "zPhone" is
spelled correctly in articles on the zPhone, it's likely spelled wrong
in other ones). A grammar checker (yes, there really are some good
ones) would be great. A notepad that lets you collect pages and text
you find in other sources and keeps them handy would be amazing. A
tool that converts this into CITEs would be great. Something that
re-arranges your named REFs so they don't break would be EXTREMELY
useful. A tool that looks up "broken" wikilinks in Google to try to
find possible hits would make that whole part of my job so much