From: Kai Jaeger <kaithomasmax@go...> - 2006-12-22 19:46:56
I am using MoinMoin as a knowledge database for a really exotic
programming language which is using symbols instead of keywords. For
the symbols, a Unicode font has to be used. With UTF8, the pages are
However, when it comes to editing, not the particular Unicode font I
have specified is used. Although the characters are displayed anyway
because the font used in the edit window is a Unicode font, too, it
I tried to find out how MoinMoin is told which font to use in the Edit
window - no success.
Help greatly appriciated.
Just encountered another problem: When I click on the "HelpPages" link
while editing a page, I get a 404. The problem is obviously related
with a rename operation: After having created the Wiki's shared
directory, I have renamed it. Everything worked fine in the Wiki
itself, but the link to the help pages is still using the old name. I
tried to find the string representing the old name in the MoinMoin
directory as well as in the Wiki directory and also in IIS (yes, I'm
using, hrrmmmmm, Windows 2003 Server, sorry :) but not hit.
Thanks in advance,
> I tried to find out how MoinMoin is told which font to use in the Edit
> window - no success.
Look in you theme, in css/screen.css for this:
Add, before "monospace" your desired font, separated with a comma. If
your font name has spaces, enclose it between ' (same char for italic
and bold in Moin).
Buenos Aires - Argentina.