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Comment:Wiki markup fixes in the recent edits to the www/forum.wiki doc
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User & Date: wyoung 2018-09-17 09:47:37
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2018-09-18
15:50
Add the "fossil branch current" command. Also rearrange the code and the help text for the "fossil branch" command so that the various subcommands are in alphabetical order. check-in: 3b0a1f4e user: drh tags: trunk
2018-09-17
09:47
Wiki markup fixes in the recent edits to the www/forum.wiki doc check-in: 07943152 user: wyoung tags: trunk
09:40
Removed a paragraph stranded by the email docs reorg several checkins ago. check-in: ba35b5ff user: wyoung tags: trunk
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  <li>
    <p>If you're using the default Fossil skin as shipped with Fossil
    2.7 or one updated to include the changes since 2.6 or prior, there
    is a Forum button in the navbar which appears for users with any of
    the forum-related user capabilities: 2 through 6 inclusive for those
    with repository logins, or caps 2 and 3 for users without a user
    account but who have solved the Anonymous user CAPTCHA.</p>

    <p>This button will not appear in the default skin for such users if
    their browser window is not greater than 1200 pixels wide.  The
    Fossil admin can adjust this limit in the skin's CSS section, down
    near the bottom in the definition of the `wideonly` style.</p>
  </li>

  <li>The other stock skins have this button in them as of 2.7 as well,
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  <li>Users who set up their Fossil repository under prior versions and
  who now have local skin changes they don't want to overwrite by
  reverting to the stock 2.7 version of the skin they chose to start
  with can easily [#skin | edit their skin] to include these links.</li>

  <li>A "Forum" link appears in the drop-down panel when you click the
  default skin's hamburger menu (&#9776;) for any user with one or more
  of the capabilities listed above.</li>

  <li>That same link also appears on the repository's `/sitemap` page,
  since it provides the content for the hamburger menu's panel.</li>

</ul>


<h2 id="moderation">How Moderation Works</h2>

In this section, we're going to call all of the following a "forum
update:"







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  <li>
    <p>If you're using the default Fossil skin as shipped with Fossil
    2.7 or one updated to include the changes since 2.6 or prior, there
    is a Forum button in the navbar which appears for users with any of
    the forum-related user capabilities: 2 through 6 inclusive for those
    with repository logins, or caps 2 and 3 for users without a user
    account but who have solved the Anonymous user CAPTCHA.</p>

    <p>This button will not appear in the default skin for such users if
    their browser window is not greater than 1200 pixels wide.  The
    Fossil admin can adjust this limit in the skin's CSS section, down
    near the bottom in the definition of the `wideonly` style.</p>
  </li>

  <li>The other stock skins have this button in them as of 2.7 as well,
................................................................................

  <li>Users who set up their Fossil repository under prior versions and
  who now have local skin changes they don't want to overwrite by
  reverting to the stock 2.7 version of the skin they chose to start
  with can easily [#skin | edit their skin] to include these links.</li>

  <li>A "Forum" link appears in the drop-down panel when you click the
  default skin's hamburger menu (&#9776;) while logged in as any user
  with one or more of the [#caps | user capabilities listed above].</li>

  <li>That same link also appears on the repository's <tt>/sitemap</tt>
  page, since it provides the content for the hamburger menu's
  panel.</li>
</ul>


<h2 id="moderation">How Moderation Works</h2>

In this section, we're going to call all of the following a "forum
update:"