Please consult the User's Guide for information on using the wiki software.
For information on using the wiki software, consult the User's Guide.
This is a Quickstart guide to the formatting that this Wiki uses. If you need more help, see the Editor's Guide for more information.
''italic'', '''bold''', or '''''bold italics'''''
italic, bold, or bold italics
# Do this. # Then, do this.
- Do this
- Then, do this.
* This * That
Linking to a webpage
[//www.cycling74com Cycling '74 website]
Linking to a Max external
Add a link for opening a Max object's refpage:
Uploading a File
To upload files (png, gif, jpg, jpeg, pdf, docx, pptx, zip or maxpat) to the Wiki:
- Click Upload file in the Sidebar
- Select the file you want to upload (e.g. myfile.png)
- The Destination name for the file defaults to the name of the file you select, and will capitalize the filename. You can change the name by typing in the Destination name box. Remember the name of your file!
- Click on the Upload button
Displaying an Uploaded Image
You can add links to your file that to display it
will display the image
Adding a Link to a File for Downloading
If you've uploaded a .zip or .maxpat file, you can add a link for downloading
Click here to download: [[Mypatch.maxpat]]
will create a download link.
Click here to download: Mypatch.maxpat
Linking to a YouTube Video
You can't upload videos to the wiki, but you can add a link to a video on YouTube using the video's unique identifier. For the YouTube video with the URL
You would use the wRCCYjBMTFA portion of the URL as follows:
The ability to display the video at fullscreen is automatically added to the displayed video window
Linking to a Vimeo Video
As with YouTube, you can add a link to a video on Vimeo using the video's unique identifier. For the Vimeo video with the URL
You would use the 11765426 portion of the URL as follows: