- Firefox 39 (Ubuntu 14.04).
- JSPWiki v2.10.2-svn-25 running in GlassFish v4
- Container managed authentication is enabled using a file-based realm
- HTTPS is enabled
- JSPWiki policy is locked down such that only authenticated users have access (both read and write)
As mentioned on the mailing lists, any advantage gained by screen space freed up from removing the expected basic formatting icons is disproportionately offset by how counter-intuitive the new layout is. New starters wouldn't have a clue how to format their content at first or second glance.
PlainVanilla had a pretty good selection of basic formatting icons –
maybe adopt these or a subset (appreciating of course that you don't
want to simply recreate PlainVanilla). The editor icons in Confluence
and WordPress.com could also be good points of reference.