The Editing tab (Figure 20-9) lets you select from among 11 options that let you tweak how edit mode looks and feels. In general, you’ll rack up several dozen hours of editing before you feel the need to play with these settings.
This tab also lets you resize the edit box. Resizing the edit box makes sense if you have an extra-wide or extra-deep screen. On the other hand, if you’re constantly having to tab down to enter an edit summary and click “Show preview” and “Save page”, you might be willing to live with fewer rows visible and a bit more scrolling to get to the text you want.
Figure 20-9. These three editing options start out turned on, and most editors leave them that way. For example, it’s very handy to be able to click a link to edit an individual article section (Editing Article Sections). So are the editing toolbar, and the preview feature.
The eight other options start out turned off. Whether you want to use them is up to you: