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Multi boilerplate

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Guest Charles-François Dallaire

Hi,

I installed Multi Boilerplate, I got it working on new pages but not on editing pages.

Does anybody know how to get it working on all pages ?

Also, I want it to not delete the content that is already written on the page but add the content of the template where the cursor is. Can this be done ?

Thanks !

 

Charles

 

MediaWiki 1.29.1 from Microsoft Web Installer Platform on Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard.

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You can set the following in your LocalSettings.php in order to make it appear on existing pages as well:

$wgMultiBoilerplateOverwrite = true;

It is not possible to merge it in instead of overwriting all existing content as of this time. You can create a feature request to alert the authors this is something you'd like to see (type/select MediaWiki-extensions-MultiBoilerplate into the "Tags" field. Leave "Assigned to" and "Subscribers" blank).

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Guest Charles-François Dallaire

Thank you very much !

 

Charles

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