When using strictly Folder based navigation. Being on a page within a directory you can see the path on top. When you click on some Sub Directory you land on an empty page. If you start creating those pages so the users don't run to a dead end, the structure then gets weird. Clicking on such a Subdirectory then leads you to the page but the navigation bar on the left breaks. You see to be in the root, instead of in the path you just clicked. On top of that if you enter the path not by clicking on the top link but via the more common navigation item on the left, the structure below that subdirectory is messed up.
Better formatting / look & feel for tables
current table designs is not appealing, would be col if table structure is similar to that of confluence wiki
i have a problem, when set up the permissions-pagerules, the users that belong that group can edit or acces a assest file ( file, image, ectc), ir create a new file it doesnt apper.
Ability to paste images into MD editor
Images should be pasteable via clipboard ctrl+V as a shortcut, similar to how Github's MD editor works. This would be a gigantic time saver.
Better markdown tables formatting
Writing tables in markdown is very difficult and annoying. It would be nice if you could add this ( https://github.com/susisu/mte-kernel ) or similar package to handle them. This looks easy to implement, and could improve markdown a lot. A little effort will bring many benefits.
Notifications for page updates
A user can opt in to be notified when the contents of a page are updated.
Table Of Contents: Show third level
Add an option to show the third (###) level in Table Of Contents
What links here
As in MediaWiki, it displays pages that linked to currently viewed page (means here).
Double Square Brackets for Links
Im proposing a change to Double Square Brackets for links. This is particularly important for wikis that quote individuals or abridged texts, where standard English formatting requires single square brackets for _modified_ text. Via Wikipedia: _The Plaintiff asserted his cause is just, stating,_ > [m]y causes is [sic] just.