I recently migrated some pages from another Wiki to TikiWiki. As part of the migration, every page was wrapped with the "no processing" syntax, e.g.
This was required because a lot of documents used ASCII box character, e.g. something like this:
| Some text | +
Ok, the above isn't rendering correctly here, there should be line breaks. Not sure how to futz with the editor here to get it to work, so please imagine that there are actually three lines forming a visual representation of a rectangle with a divider in the middle.
Unfortunately, now that we are starting to edit these pages, we have discovered that the "no processing tags" which were used to prevent this text from being processed have been stripped, making it impossible to actually edit these documents - any attempt to do so apparently runs the page through a preprocessor which then proceeds to totally FUBAR the document by (for example) turning all these dashes into alternating strikethroughs of the remaining once. Even switching from WYSIWYG mode to SOURCE mode results from this transform being applied AGAIN so the contents of the page is being changed repeatedly during editing just due to changing the edit mode!
How can I prevent this from happening? I can't disable wiki-text completely, because then plug-ins won't render.