Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 977590
RFE: Very basic XML filled into new topics
Last modified: 2013-07-16 20:41:52 EDT
It seems silly to add XML that we need for every topics by hand each time. Can we have something like the following filled in when a topic is created but commented out so that the "no content" message still shows up when rendered:
IMO, it would be faster and easier to uncomment this and start actually adding topic content than adding these global tags by hand.
This would currently not work with the csprocessor, as the topic is not empty.
You can also do this using the "section-basic" template, which can be accessed by using the CTRL+ALT+E pop-up menu.
Fair. I'm not privy to the reasoning behind the removal of the original concept, task and reference templates from new topics, but just in case this is possible, I've added an RFE for evaluation.
IMO, if two tags are *always* going to be used, there should be a way to have it included in the new topics by default. At any rate, thanks for having a look at the RFEs and doing such a great job with the CCMS!
FWIW, those templates weren't removed but just how they are inserted is done differently, they are now accessed in the same way as above (via the CTRL+ALT+E menu)
Fixed in 201307011459.
I've updated the UI to default to a basic template when a new topic is created. We can probably expand on this when the metadata is cleaned up.
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Verified: New topic appears with section, title and para tags as a starter template.