As of Tiki19, ViewerJS, which includes WebODF, will no longer be supported because no significant work has been done since 2015
For PDF viewing, we will start using code directly from Mozilla's PDF.js, and installable via Packages.
Tiki8 as a new feature, called Tiki Docs
Tiki Docs was first tested on Sept 1st, 2011 by Marc Laporte, Robert Plummer, and Jos van dev Oever (of WebODF).
Tiki Docs, similar to what we already have for Tiki Draw. Thus, ODF files in the File Gallery will either be editable via WebDAV or WebODF (in addition to downloading the file, editing offline, and re-uploading later). Like Tiki Draw, the WebODF integration will by default save a new revision at each save. Thus, if something goes wrong, the previous file version is available.
There is no immediate plan to convert from wiki to ODF or vice-versa. But this could be looked into in future versions. This is related to the Tiki Suite.
On a related notes, you may be also be interested in Spreadsheet and Slideshow, but these are not stored in the file gallery, and instead use their native data format.
Draw, visit the File Gallery and view/edit the ODF file from there.
- Activate webODF at tiki-admin.php (activate experimental preferences and search for WebODF and activate)
- Visit tiki-list_file_gallery.php and upload a .odt file
- Click on the wrench icon next to the file and you'll see an option for "View" and "Edit"
adding a clause which permits integration with LGPL (which Tiki needs to be able to bundle WebODF).
Recording of the January 2012 webinar (Go to 1h22m minutes)
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