Fixed the Pioneer X page for you. http://www.sakwiki.com/tiki-index.php?page=Pioneer+XYou made it a bit too complicated with the code. No need for most of the extras. Text and a img code now and then to make it look better. .......Top right corner of the Edit page, there is a Pencil icon, and when you hover above it, it says Switch Editor (wiki or WYSIWYG) ..... .......Hope this helps.
Wow that's a lot of work. Thanks for letting us know about these updates
You know, we need editors for the Multitool Encyclopedia too
Quote from: sLaughterMed on August 23, 2016, 04:51:15 PMYou know, we need editors for the Multitool Encyclopedia too This is very true and would love if we could get the MT Wiki updated as good as the SAKwiki as I have used it several times as well but no to the extent the SAKwiki is used because the SAKwiki is more complete
Don't know if this is the right thread to share pics, but just in case.The horn scaled 84mm is my friend's knife I was talking about earlier. It has the same tool configuration as the 91mm Grand Prix.Would love to know more about this if anyone has info. Thanks.
Quote from: jaya_man on August 23, 2016, 06:29:56 PMDon't know if this is the right thread to share pics, but just in case.The horn scaled 84mm is my friend's knife I was talking about earlier. It has the same tool configuration as the 91mm Grand Prix.Would love to know more about this if anyone has info. Thanks.Maybe better for a separate thread, but jazzbass calls the regular cellidor scaled one 135kmaU or the Small Grand Prix, pics are broken though. http://forum.multitool.org/index.php?topic=21659.0
Hi allOne of the reasons I signed up to MTO was to offer to do a bit of tidying on SAK Wiki, which I've found to be a fascinating read while thinking about what I want in my next SAK. As a part of that research I pulled down all of the Victorinox 84mm and 91mm knife pages, and found a few things that complicated my efforts to clearly understand which knifes had which tools that offered which functions. For example, the can opener tool seems to be described in all these ways:.......... long inconsistent list !! ........ What I thought might be nice is to tidy up all of the entries so that they and more consistent, and also use that new streamlined list to refresh SAK Selector with equivalent information. Using the knife-to-tool data that has been gather in the reverse direction could also build a tool-to-knife section on each tool page. Finally, the tables of which knife has which features on the Layer N pages could possibly be updated to show all tool combinations, or similar.Thoughts and guidance welcome. I haven't register yet .
Red arrow marks the spotWIKI editor:.......WYSIWYG editor:.........
Hey Little Tinker (nice name BTW!!),Welcome to the forum and thanks for the offer of help
That can opener list is amazing - And funny - I guess the result of multiple authors over a long time, and a tool with several functions - As you may know - for these items there is a hyperlink underneath and some display text which the author can editFor those in the know, I guess it is pretty obvious what the tool is - But for someone unfamiliar - these sorts of inconsistencies are confusing - It sounds like a lot of work to clean up - Is there a clever automated way to do that? or is it just grunt.The tool to knife and knife to tool links would be great too.Detron on this forum created a spreadsheet like that and as you say there is the Selector..I am just a novice editor (as you can tell) - But maybe enki or one of the other Wiki-meisters will be along soon!!
(BTW you sound even more OCD than me!!)
I registered on SAKWiki, so just need editing rights set up to start trialling some of the above.
My current ideas are:- Tool page (eg Phillips Screwdriver Back Tool: Provide link to knives that have the tool, with indication of how many layers that knife has to give you a sense of whether it's likely to be what you're after.- Size / layer pages (eg Victorinox 91mm 3 layer): Expand table to have a column for each differentiating layer / back tool (probably not scale tools - too much noise)