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A feature found in several other WIKI implementations (though not in WardCunningham's original):

Go to your Friki data directory (the one you entered when you first started Friki, where your pages are stored) Edit the file wiki.transform (WikiDotTransform). Add a line

immediately before the existing wiki.LocalWikiLink line. Reload your Friki configurations by using

Now you can have WikiWords like [[hello, world]].

The only problems is they are only formatted as a hyperlink when they are surrounded by the double square bracket (or whatever symbol(s) you chose). When you seach for [[hello, world]] it is in a list but not as a hyperlink!

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