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Description: This recipe allows for the substitution of all CamelCase words to link directly to their counterpart in Wikipedia. This recipe could be used for any Wiki substitution.

Pattern: \b(([A-Z][a-z]+){2,})\b Link: <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/$1">$1</a> Global: <any> Case Sensitive: yes Regular Expression: yes

Description: Yet another Wiki format rule... as some links in Wikis do not consist of multiple words, rendering CamelCase useless. Most Wikis have developed a "work-around." In other words, what do you do if you want "Byrne" to be a Wiki link? Answer: encapsulate it in side of square brackets, like so: '[Byrne]' - then "Byrne" is automatically made into a Wiki link! Alright, so how do you do this using QuickLink? Try the following:

Pattern: [([^]+)] Link: <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/$1">$1</a> Global: <any> Case Sensitive: <any> Regular Expression: yes

Description: Censor out bad words from your website. It is not quite a link, but it is a useful tool!

Pattern: \bfrikkin\b Link: fr**in Global: yes Case Sensitive: no Regular Expression: yes

The second recipe does not work for me. It's simply ignored.

Descripton: Quick conversion of strings to smilies. Where all smiley images are stored in the same directory, and named such as 'smile.gif', 'wink.gif'. In entry type :smile or :wink and so on to have the string converted to the relevant image tag.

Pattern: :([a-z]+\b) Link: Global: Yes Case sensitve: Any Regex: Yes

(Please note this is my first foray into regex, and I've no doubt there is a better pattern out there for doing this!)

Description: For some reason, the bracket explanation regex did not work for me, so I decided to forge further, and this is what I found that finally worked.

Pattern: [(.+)] Link: $1 Global: Case Sensitive: Regular Expression: yes

Never mind. I didn't rename the folder without the version. Renaming fixed the problem.

By the way, my user/login works at Typekey, but doesn't authenticate with you. You might want to look into that.

regards,

Todd



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  • Never mind. I didn't rename the folder without the version. Renaming fixed the problem. By the way, my user/login works at Typekey, but doesn't authenticate with you. You might want to look into that. regards, Todd...

  • Description: For some reason, the bracket explanation regex did not work for me, so I decided to forge further, and this is what I found that finally worked. Pattern: [(.+)] Link: $1 Global: Case Sensitive: Regular Ex...

  • Descripton: Quick conversion of strings to smilies. Where all smiley images are stored in the same directory, and named such as 'smile.gif', 'wink.gif'. In entry type :smile or :wink and so on to have the string converte...

  • The second recipe does not work for me. It's simply ignored. ...

  • Description: Censor out bad words from your website. It is not quite a link, but it is a useful tool! Pattern: \bfrikkin\b Link: fr**in Global: yes Case Sensitive: no Regular Expression: yes ...

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