Shalom Rav LeOhave Toratecha

A double question:

  1. Mostly I write answers step by step, for many reasons, new ideas, correction after comments that show me errors... But the main reason is that I can not write without interruptions. The problem is that for saving the answer, the only way I know is to publish. Publishing when you know that it is not finished is not a good think. Is there an alternative solution? (except for the first draft that is automatically saved)
  2. In the right bottom of the frame we see a little square entitled community Wiki what is it?
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  • Google docs. Saves all your papers – Dr. Shmuel Mar 28 '19 at 0:34
  1. One option might be to publish, then delete your post. When you are ready to proceed, undelete it, edit and republish. Would be good to hear confirmation from a moderator before you try it with a lot of content though :-> (users with more than 10k reputation will be able to see your post but not to vote on it - so maybe good to put a quick note at the beginning e.g., "post being edited - will be undeleted when ready")

  2. Community wikis are described here on Meta Stack Exchange (a good resource for any general question on Stack Exchange)

Community wiki posts work by partly transferring ownership of the post from the original author to the community. They make the post easier to edit and maintain by a wider group of users, but they do not contribute to any user's reputation.

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Instead of posting and then deleting, you can save your answer in a file on your computer, and continue editing it there. Then, when you're ready, paste it here and post.

Here is a markdown editor app for Google Chrome that will save your document in the browser.

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  • It is not easy because the format of posts here are not as office or libre office or google docs. – kouty May 18 '16 at 7:33
  • I seek an intra-stack exchange solution as the draft automatically saved. – kouty May 18 '16 at 7:38
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    You can still paste in the markdown code. Or use a plaintext editor such as Notepad. – Scimonster May 18 '16 at 7:45
  • Good point. Or use a Markdown editor. I use iAWriter on Mac and iOS for instance – mbloch May 18 '16 at 9:15
  • @mbloch know you markdown editor online free for non mac?? – kouty May 18 '16 at 20:46
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    @kouty If you use Chrome, there is one in the Chrome Web Store. – Scimonster May 18 '16 at 20:47
  • Niflo! you can complete perhaps the answer and it will be a quasi perfect answer. – kouty May 18 '16 at 20:49
  • @kouty Added it in. – Scimonster May 18 '16 at 21:00

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