These define various default site preferences, including access keys and component sizes.

# Access keys - hold Alt (Windows) or Control (Mac) and # tap the indicated key on your keyboard to trigger the # corresponding action. 'ak_edit' => 'e', # edit page 'ak_history' => 'h', # page history 'ak_recentchanges' => 'c', # Recent Changes 'ak_save' => 's', # save page 'ak_saveedit' => 'u', # save and keep editing 'ak_preview' => 'p', # preview page 'ak_em' => 'i', # emphasized text (italic) 'ak_strong' => 'b', # strong text (bold) # Editing components 'e_rows' => '20', # rows in edit textarea 'e_cols' => '70', # columns in edit textarea 'Site.EditForm' => 'Site.EditForm' # location of EditForm

If you’d like to customize these preferences, to create personal user (browser) preferences, make a copy of this page somewhere, preferably as Profiles.insert_your_name_here-Preferences, edit that page with your new preferred settings, and then select Set Preferences of this Page on the page containing your newly created settings. This sets a cookie on your browser which tells PmWiki where to find your personal preference settings.

To unset this cookie and revert to PmWiki’s default preferences, select Revert to PmWiki Default Preferences.

See also Cookbook:UserConfigurations about how to customise the edit form for personal use.

What’s New

Aug 12, 2009

The convention is over; thank you for joining us!

Thank you for joining us! Please post links to your convention reports or photos to the Anticipation Livejournal, or let us know on Twitter. And we hope to see a lot of you at Aussiecon 4.


Aug 9, 2009

Hugo Winners Announced

The 2009 Hugo winners have been announced.


Aug 7, 2009

Heard about World Science Fiction Conventions (Worldcons) and think they sound cool but not sure they’re worth the money? Then Taster memberships are for you.