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!!! Metadata Editor

[Brushed Template] has been extended with an form based editor for Page Permissions and Page Variables.
Instead of typing special markup, such as {{[[{SET...}} and {{[[{ALLOW...}}, 
you can now build your metadata through a web-form. 
Use [DefaultMetadata] to define your most commonly used pagevariables. 

--[DF|DirkFrederickx], Jun-Aug 06

The metadata editor has been build into the JSPWiki Edit page (plain.jsp) as an extension of the 
[BrushedTemplateEditSection], which allows to zoom in into particular parts of a page
while editing.\\
A new ''(metadata editor)'' section was added to the selection dropdown, 
allowing to switch back and forth to the ''Metadata Editor''.
Look at the screenshot to get an idea how it works.


!! Screenshots

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[BrushedTemplateMetadataEditor/select.jpg]
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[BrushedTemplateMetadataEditor/metadata-editor.jpg]
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%%tab-EditMetadata
Some default metadata is available from the [Default Metadata] page.
You can define the type of the variable: normal text input or a predefined set of values.


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[BrushedTemplateMetadataEditor/metadata-editor2.jpg]
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%%tab-GoBackToEdit
Back in normal edit, you'll see the added metadata at the top of your page.
You can still change them, if needed.


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[BrushedTemplateMetadataEditor/result.jpg]
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