WWIV Includes a built-in line oriented message editor as well as an internal full-screen editor for creating emails and subboard messages.
The internal editor supports many commands, all are accessed by typing the command by itself on a blank line.
|/?||Display WWIV Editor help|
|/Q||Quote text from original message.|
|/ESY||Save Message Anonymously|
|/ESN||Save Message NOT Anonymously|
|/ABT||Abort Entire Message (Quit)|
|/CLR||Clear Message and Start Over|
|/RL||Replace Last Line|
|/TI||Edit Message Title|
|/LI||List Message So Far|
|/C:||Center Text After "/C:"|
|/SU/Old/New*||Replace Old Text with New|
The internal full-screen editor supports many commands, all are accessed by pressing the escape key, and using the menu choices displayed at the bottom of the screen. (?) will provide help text listing all of the editors commands.
With modern terminal windows or dialers like SyncTerm, NetRunner, mTelnet or even legacy DOS based terminals like ProComm Plus, Telix or Terminate arrow keys should work for navigation within the editor.
In addition to arrow keys, there's a few default keybindings for editing:
|CONTROL-A||Move to beginning of the line|
|CONTROL-D||Delete current line|
|CONTROL-E||Move to the end of the line|
|CONTROL-K||Delete text from cursor to end of line|
|CONTROL-W||Delete word to left of cursor|
|CONTROL-X||Delete from cursor to beginning of line|
|HOME||Move to the first line of text.|
|END||Move to the last line of text|
|PAGE-UP||Move to the previous page of text.|
|PAGE-DOWN||Move to the next page of text|
In both the line and full-screen editors, the current text color can be
changed within the editor by pressing
CONTROL-P + a character 0-9.
The list of colors available and their values are defined in the
(D)efaults menu for the user.