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In addition, there is the [[Instant-Cquotes]] script (written in JavaScript) which started out as a userscript (via GreaseMonkey), which got meanwhile ported to the Web extension framework. dot_sent mentioned plans to also use JavaScript for his tool.
 
In addition, there is the [[Instant-Cquotes]] script (written in JavaScript) which started out as a userscript (via GreaseMonkey), which got meanwhile ported to the Web extension framework. dot_sent mentioned plans to also use JavaScript for his tool.
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Originally, [[Instant-Cquotes]] started out as  JavaScript-based tool to edit the FlightGear wiki which was created over the years to aggregate community discussions, i.e. to help bootstrap new wiki articles and help maintain those articles that are no longer actively maintained.
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It's a rather simple piece of code actually that grew over time - originally it was just a UserScript using Greasemonkey - more recently, it's been ported to the Web Extension framework.<ref>{{cite web
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  |url    =  https://forum.flightgear.org/viewtopic.php?p=327262&sid=4386fdefe5b4aa93279a605b5125c9d0#p327262
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  |title  =  <nowiki> Re: My personal solution to Wiki bugs </nowiki>
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  |author =  <nowiki> Hooray </nowiki>
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  |date  =  Feb 2nd, 2018
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  |added  =  Feb 2nd, 2018
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  |script_version = 0.36
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  }}</ref>
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We're  now exploring if it makes sense to integrate both "scripts" to grow a library of useful tools and APIs.
    
== Requirements ==
 
== Requirements ==

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