Application screenupdating true

Useful for creating bots, or for interactive repair of interwiki links.

Dot Net Wiki Bot has an option to review and change each edit in Microsoft Word before saving it to live wiki. NET, intended for building bots for Media Wiki sites. It reports the count of how many times each link occurs, and the total number of outgoing links.

wik Ed is a full-featured, in-browser text editor that adds enhanced text processing functions to Wikipedia and other Media Wiki edit pages (currently Mozilla, Firefox, Sea Monkey, Safari, and Chrome only). It uses the mediawiki API to suggest and insert an internal link.

CSVLoader is an Auto Wiki Browser plug-in that allows creating and updating articles using CSV data files.

With this Firefox-add-on it is possible to make little edits to wiki-articles without having to leave or reload the page, so the flow in reading an article is barely disturbed. Wiki Up is a small utility for adding images and files to your Media Wiki wiki site. With Wiki Up you simply paste the image from the clipboard, click upload and then paste the Wiki-tag directly into the page you're editing. Available at Auto Wiki Browser – (Windows platform) Makes repetitive, tedious edits such as spell checkings or category moves faster and easier.

You can drag and drop files and images to upload instantly. is a Perl script which takes a Wikified text file or input and submits it to a target Media Wiki page.

Py Auto Wiki Browser (Py AWB) is an editing assist tool for Mediawiki similar to AWB, but since it is written in Python, it is intended to be cross-platform.

Currently it is under development, but it is available for testing as a command line tool. While in beta please restrict editing to your own userspace, or preferably, sign up at test wikipedia and use that. Enter the project test (not Wikipedia) and language test when running to set up the software. Wikipedia: Tools/Navigation popups gives a popup box containing the first paragraph of an article when hovering over a link; it also allows quick access to common editing operations. If the wiki provides the Nav Pop gadget, it can be enabled in user preferences under the gadgets tab. Screen Updating = True End Sub Private Sub Convert H1() Dim normal Style As Style Set normal Style = new Doc. Otherwise, installed by editing the user's User: Name/monobook.js file.