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Does anyone know a decent WYSIWYG/WYSIWYM MediaWiki editor?

I hope its okay to updtae the thread as things have, moved on a bit in xml, take a look at Liquid XML Editor which is a fairly new entrant but very well built, just look at its fancy graphical interface.
-marcopolo2 (November 25, 2011, 02:57 AM)
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I have noticed that out of 5 posts you did on DC, 4 of them are about the same software. Also, your post is very out of the scope of this thread.
So, as per the rules of the forum, if you are affiliated with the software, please clearly say so.

Edi - Text Editor (PC) on Bits du Jour, Friday 25 January 2013 at $15 instead of $30

Edi stores Documents in its own format (*.edi) and in the following document formats:
    Microsoft Word 2007 Document (*.docx)
    Microsoft Word 97-2003 Document (*.doc)
    OpenOffice OpenDocument (*.odt)
    Electronic Publication (*.epub)
    Web Archive (*.mht)
    Rich Text Format (*.rtf)
    HTML Format (*.htm; *.html)
Additionally Edi can save document content to PDF file and even send it per email using an external email program.

All stored documents are maintained in the document history. The search engine finds document by its name, description or storage location.

Current version: 1.2.2 from November 1st, 2012
There is only one Hybrid-Installer for Windows 32/64 bit and English/German user interface.
Edi needs .NET Framework 4 Client Profile and MS SQL Server CE 4 to work


Interesting -- reminds me a bit of mouser's The Form Letter Machine.

Edi - Text Editor (PC) on Bits du Jour, Friday 25 January 2013 at $15 instead of $30
-Curt (January 24, 2013, 02:56 AM)
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From the page, that's for lifetime updates also.


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