Note: This article uses Windows key combinations.
See also: The github.dev web-based editor - GitHub Docs
github.dev is a publicly available, GitHub-tailored web version of Visual Studio Code. Compared to GitHub's own web editor, it offers a lot more flexibility and control over the repository's contents. github.dev is a recommended way of contributing to the osu! wiki, especially while working on several articles at once.
Note: To work with the osu! wiki, fork the
To open osu! wiki in the editor, replace
github.com in the URL of your fork repository with
github.dev. Alternatively, open your fork on GitHub and press
Example use of the command palette
While all menus are accessible from the editor's interface, the intended way of navigation is using the command palette:
F1and enter the name of a setting to open, or action to perform. If nothing shows up, explore the hamburger menu (
≡) in the top left corner of the screen.
Pand enter its name.
After you have read Best practices § Making changes, create a new branch to store your changes in.
Create new branch..., enter the name of the branch, and press
Pand enter the name of a file you want to open, then press
Enter. Loose matching is supported: for example, typing
nominators veto enwill bring up
Articles are stored within folders with the original text (
en.md) and its translations, which use different language-based file names.
.mdfile using one of the supported file names.
en.mdfile with the article's text to the new folder.
Ctrlto select multiple objects.
Commit and push changes to save them permanently
+button on files you want to save in a single batch.
Enteror click the
✓button to commit and push your changes.