Issue #53 resolved
Some of my templates on Commons generate Quickstatement text snippets which can be used to move different info to Wikidata. Presently I copy the snippets into a file than replace space or $ separators with TABs and than cut and paste to Quickstatement.
I would like to be able to do the same but without the step of adding TABs in a text editor, so allowing some other type of separator (which can be generated by a template) would be great. I would propose "$" character.
I would also like a possibility of refilling a single or couple statements in URL. That way in order to add a new statement to wikidata user from commons would only need to click on a link which would show a statement code in Quickstatement window.
@jarekt Better create a separate issue for your last paragraph. It makes it easier to track and process them separately.
The second thing is already possible
Edgars Košovojs, Thank you for the hint that is a great news.
Thanks to Edgars Košovojs's comment I learned how to create URLs with prefilled statements. That actually solves both of my issues, so I would propose to close this item as "resolved". An improved documentation about URL would be very useful.
According to the documentation of version 2 you can add "|" now instead of TAB and "||" instead of end of line. I think this issue is resolved.