I don't want to use Wiki syntax at all (I've restricted editing to the WYSIWYG editor). There are a lot of pages I am dealing with which display screen output (text) which has strings such as rows of only minus or equals characters. I know you can use the ~np~ wiki syntax to prevent something on the page from being parsed as wiki syntax, but it seems somewhat of a pain to require all our users to have to know this - a big reason for going with the WYSIWYG editor was to lower the bar of entry for people to edit content!
I have found an option which disables unintentional wiki syntax from causing formatting issues
(disabling "Content is parsed like wiki page") but with this option disabled, it also breaks *all* plug-ins!
How can I use plug-ins when content is not parsed like a wiki page?