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Old 3rd February 2007, 02:17 AM
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Anyone using MoinMoin?

Wondering if there's any MoinMoin experts here. I just started playing around with, was building a wiki and at some point the GUI editor stopped working, but it works in text mode. Shame of it is that if I log in from a WinXP box everything works as it should. The Moin web site bug pages point to several problems with GUI in different areas on MoinMoin but no fixes.
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