Causes parsed text areas based on wiki syntax when not in WYSIWYG mode to keep using Tiki syntax, instead of HTML as the WYSIWYG editor uses by default. Sometimes referred to as a "visual wiki".
Existing wiki pages remain in HTML, unless they are converted to non-WYSIWYG and back to WYSIWYG (one by one). CKeditor offers possibilities which may not be expressible in Tiki syntax. See issue #6518 for example
Using wiki syntax in WYSIWYG mode will limit toolbar to wiki tools
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