Re: [tw5] Re: Visual Design Thoughts, #14 revision T7

2019-05-19 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Mario > As far as I can see, tachions grid is based on float: left. ... Which is imo > out of date if you want to start a new UI system. It depends on well defined > clear-fixes , which make it hard > for most users to do things right. Yuck. One

Re: [tw5] Re: Visual Design Thoughts, #14 revision T7

2019-05-19 Thread Jeremy Ruston
I’m keen to introduce a new default theme as part of a future v5.2.x version of TW5. I’d definitely be wanting to use an off-the-shelf framework, and tend to favour the simpler ones that focus on typography, such as Tachyons (https://tachyons.io/ ). As others have

Re: [tw5] javascript in text/html tiddlers?

2019-05-19 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Gloom I’ll explain what’s going on with regard to iframe, but I don’t think it’s a viable route to solving your issue. Text/html tiddlers are not subject to any sanitisation, but the iframe that is used to display them is given the “sandbox” attribute (see the description here:

Re: [tw5] TiddlyWiki 5.1.19 plugin library and IP6 doesn't work

2019-05-11 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi ToraxMalu I think that the problem here is that GitHub Pages (where we host tiddlywiki.com) doesn’t support IPv6 (I tested it at https://ipv6-test.com/validate.php ). So, you’d need to host the plugin library somewhere else that does work via IPv6, and

Re: [tw5] Dear Tiddlywiki Group admin: please enable tags feature

2019-05-11 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Thanks Josiah, I’ve added a “tiddlydesktop” tag, Best wishes Jeremy > On 6 May 2019, at 11:08, @TiddlyTweeter wrote: > > Ciao Jeremy > > Request: A "TiddlyDesktop" tag would be useful! > > Best wishes > Josiah > > -- > You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google

Re: [tw5] Why do Startup Actions not work?

2019-05-11 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Tony > Thanks for that overview. If would be helpful if we had a list of what is > valid in the existing start action tags. Currently, startup actions are run early in the startup process, before any of TiddlyWiki’s subsystems are initialised apart from the $:/info mechanism. The idea is

Re: [tw5] Re: IDEA Multi-line Fields ... Possible implementation

2019-05-11 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Mario If I understand the proposal correctly, the idea is that one could type multiline fields into the main textarea of a tiddler with the following syntax: \field my-field Paragraph 1 Paragraph 2 \end Then, when the user saves the tiddler, the content of the textarea is parsed, the

Re: [tw5] Re: Does TW use rel="noopener noreferrer" on wikified external links?

2019-05-11 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi A, Tony, Just to confirm that TW5 does indeed add rel="noopener noreferrer” to links created with [ext[url]] and by typing an URL directly. TW’s docs point to this blog post which explains why omitting this attribute can cause private information to be leaked:

Re: [tw5] Re: [OT] Fox Apocalypse Deux

2019-05-04 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Just to be clear, everything I'm reading suggests that this is a temporary glitch that Mozilla are working to fix. Hopefully it's only a fauxpocalypse... Best wishes Jeremy. -- Jeremy Ruston jer...@jermolene.com https://jermolene.com > On 4 May 2019, at 08:32, @TiddlyTweeter wrote: >

Re: [tw5] Re: RFC TiddlyWiki Bookcase - A new server/saver/manager for TiddlyWikis

2019-05-03 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Devin Great stuff, thanks for sharing. Just a reminder that if you send a PR with a docs update targeting the branch “tiddlywiki-com” then it can be merged and published very quickly. In this case, it might be worth listing Bookcase under Community/Resources first, and getting a bit more

Re: [tw5] Re: Save directly Tiddlywiki 5 file to GitHub

2019-05-03 Thread Jeremy Ruston
way. I'm willing to provide more debugging information, but I am a > bit of a novice so I don't know where to start. > > > > > > On Thursday, May 2, 2019 at 4:10:30 PM UTC-4, Jeremy Ruston wrote: > Hi Cameron > > Firstly, are you using Firefox? I think it doesn’t sup

Re: [tw5] Re: Why do Startup Actions not work?

2019-05-03 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Tony, Mark, The reason that startup actions can’t trigger a modal is because the actions are run before the modal mechanism is initialised. We run the actions early so that they can be used to set parameters that are used further down the initialisation process (for example, the startup

Re: [tw5] Re: Save directly Tiddlywiki 5 file to GitHub

2019-05-02 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Cameron Firstly, are you using Firefox? I think it doesn’t support XMLHttpRequests from files loaded from a file:// URI. I used Chrome in most of my testing. The intended workflow is to load the wiki via the https://username.github.io/index.html URI,

Re: [tw5] Save directly Tiddlywiki 5 file to GitHub

2019-04-26 Thread Jeremy Ruston
molene/TiddlyWiki5/pull/3931 > <https://github.com/Jermolene/TiddlyWiki5/pull/3931> > > I would like to ask the others to try out the GitHub/GitLab saver to find out > the possible problems as soon as possible. > > 2019. április 15., hétfő 22:32:13 UTC+2 időpontban Jerem

Re: [tw5] Rendering hard line breaks from any field

2019-04-26 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Reece > I'm working on a macro currently that displays the contents of a field as > markdown text that "Picks up" hard line breaks. > > From the documentation on hard line breaks, the site shows that you can > enclose text with triple quotes for it to capture: > > """ > Some > short lines

Re: [tw5] Modifying Static HTML export to direct users back to interactive wiki

2019-04-24 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Tony The link widget offers several options for generating the href of links — see “HREF Generation”: https://tiddlywiki.com/#LinkWidget In particular, see the docs for the variable tv-wikilink-template:

Re: [tw5] Is it possible to make $reveal on scroll to the end?

2019-04-23 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Siniy-Kit > On 23 Apr 2019, at 14:01, Siniy-Kit wrote: > > Hi! I have a very long list of items (4000-1), and I want first to load > first 100 items (limit[100]), next 100 items to load when I scroll my 100 > items list to it's end and so on. How to make onscroll in Tiddlywiki? The

Re: [tw5] WebServer API: Put Tiddler: 403 Error

2019-04-19 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi vpl There’s a very simple cross site scripting forgery prevention measure in TW5, which is that by default all HTTP requests that modify data must include a header "x-requested-with” that contains the string “TiddlyWiki”. There’s some background on the measure here:

Re: [tw5] Save directly Tiddlywiki 5 file to GitHub

2019-04-16 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Olegh > > After the wiki is saved at GitHub it stores PAT in itself. So anyone can > download the whole wiki and similarly take control of the published content. No, the PAT is stored in browser local storage, not in the wiki itself. Best wishes Jeremy. > In opposite if PAT is deleted

Re: [tw5] Save directly Tiddlywiki 5 file to GitHub

2019-04-15 Thread Jeremy Ruston
> On 10 Apr 2019, at 08:31, Jeremy Ruston wrote: > > It looks like the API for GitLab is almost identical to that of GitHub. I'll > expose the API endpoint as a configuration parameter and then you can > experiment with it more easily. I’ve made an update so that the API URL

Re: [tw5] Save directly Tiddlywiki 5 file to GitHub

2019-04-15 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Olegh, Mohammad, I think that 404 error might be because the target directory doesn’t exist. I’ve just pushed an update to fix it: https://github.com/Jermolene/TiddlyWiki5/commit/b32a5aa9afcdd6059fe57226385bde0c7655e000 In a few moments the new build will be available at:

Re: [tw5] Re: Widgets that store a string into a variable

2019-04-15 Thread Jeremy Ruston
I think you’re fully qualified to reveal the answer :) Best wishes Jeremy. > On 15 Apr 2019, at 11:34, S. S. wrote: > > Sorry! No giving up! > > On Monday, April 15, 2019 at 8:20:01 AM UTC+7, TonyM wrote: > We Give Up! > > -- > You received this message because you are subscribed to the

Re: [tw5] Re: [tw] [TW5] Federatial.com's new TiddlyWiki-generated website

2019-04-13 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Mohammad Thanks! > On 13 Apr 2019, at 16:27, Mohammad wrote: > > When I change the palette, in production I get some circles in background for > produced webpage?! How can I remove them Those background circles are in a tiddler $:/_PageHeading that you’ll want to remove or modify. Best

Re: [tw5] Re: [tw] [TW5] Federatial.com's new TiddlyWiki-generated website

2019-04-13 Thread Jeremy Ruston
> Am 12.04.2019 um 21:42 schrieb Jeremy Ruston: >> Hi Jan >> >> Many thanks! The source wiki is now at: >> >> https://xememex.com/federatial/ <https://xememex.com/federatial/> >> >> I really should pull out the templates to make them easier to re

Re: [tw5] Re: [tw] [TW5] Federatial.com's new TiddlyWiki-generated website

2019-04-12 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Jan Many thanks! The source wiki is now at: https://xememex.com/federatial/ I really should pull out the templates to make them easier to reuse... Best wishes Jeremy -- Jeremy Ruston jer...@jermolene.com https://jermolene.com > On 12 Apr 2019, at 20:36, Jan wrote: > > Hi Je

Re: [tw5] Excel cell content VBA search on Tiddywiki

2019-04-12 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Rodolfo You can invoke a search in TiddlyWiki by using a URL like: https://tiddlywiki.com/#:[search[jeremy]] Best wishes Jeremy -- Jeremy Ruston jer...@jermolene.com https://jermolene.com > On 11 Apr 2019, at 16:15, rodolfo gorveña wrote: > > Hi: > > Trying to make a

Re: [tw5] Lately, the $set widget has been intruding on my peace

2019-04-12 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi SS > Recently there was a long and interesting discussion on the $set widget which > led to me making the funky (at least I think it's funky!) : Set Widget Tester > for attribute precedence > > That tiddler allows you to

Re: [tw5] Re: Save directly Tiddlywiki 5 file to GitHub

2019-04-10 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Bimlas > Thank you very much for this! I can't express how important this opportunity > is, this is a huge milestone in the development of TiddlyWiki! With this > saver you don't have to bother with Dropbox and Google Drive. Thank you! Really it's thanks to @38911BytesFree and to Mohammad

Re: [tw5] Save directly Tiddlywiki 5 file to GitHub

2019-04-10 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Mohammad Glad you got it working. Was the only problem fixing the access rights for the personal access token? Can you confirm that you were able to save to a new location as well as saving over an existing file? Many thanks, Jeremy -- Jeremy Ruston jer...@jermolene.com https

Re: [tw5] Save directly Tiddlywiki 5 file to GitHub

2019-04-09 Thread Jeremy Ruston
58dbc2b93476c2e09c9207439d8 > > <https://www.google.com/url?q=https%3A%2F%2Fgithub.com%2FJermolene%2FTiddlyWiki5%2Fcommit%2Faa5eaa98fcb8658dbc2b93476c2e09c9207439d8=D=1=AFQjCNGC24_zncHX0h7Qp7TYuJgXRvlxuA> > renamed it to index.html and uploaded to a public repository > > --Mohammad &

Re: [tw5] Re: When syncing TW, modified date of duplicate tiddlers is updated

2019-04-09 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Jed I don’t think it’s worth making tiddler file saving be conditional on the fields having changed unless we were also adding Bob’s ability to detect tiddler store updates made directly to the filing system. For the moment, I’m just happy that Bob makes it possible for people to experiment

Re: [tw5] Save directly Tiddlywiki 5 file to GitHub

2019-04-09 Thread Jeremy Ruston
okes the GitHub saver, then one would temporarily set the $:/GitHub/Username tiddler within the button action string. Best wishes Jeremy > > Cheers, > -- Xavier Cazin > > > On Mon, Apr 8, 2019 at 11:00 PM Jeremy Ruston <mailto:jeremy.rus...@gmail.com>> wrote: >

Re: [tw5] Save directly Tiddlywiki 5 file to GitHub

2019-04-08 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Mohammad wrote: > > Many Thanks Jeremy! > TW deserves to have that capability > > Best > Mohammad > > On Monday, April 8, 2019 at 3:14:18 PM UTC+4:30, Jeremy Ruston wrote: > Hi Mohammad > >> Referring to: https://github.com/Jermolene/TiddlyWiki5/issues/3890

Re: [tw5] Save directly Tiddlywiki 5 file to GitHub

2019-04-08 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Mohammad > Referring to: https://github.com/Jermolene/TiddlyWiki5/issues/3890 > > And the nice https://github.com/38911BytesFree/TiddlyWiki That is very interesting, I'm sorry I missed it when it was first released. More to the point, I missed the existence of the GitHub APIs that it uses

Re: [tw5] When syncing TW, modified date of duplicate tiddlers is updated

2019-04-07 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Talha > The tiddlers that are already present and have not changed, their modified > date is updated. > That's right: at the moment, when using the filesystemadaptor under Node.js, modified tiddlers are re-written to disc regardless of whether their fields have actually changed. It could

Re: [tw5] Re: [Off Topic] Laser cut Motovun Jack

2019-04-06 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Jed Marvellous, thank you. It'll be a fitting way to mark all your work helping the TiddlyWiki community. Best wishes Jeremy -- Jeremy Ruston jer...@jermolene.com https://jermolene.com > On 5 Apr 2019, at 23:43, Jed Carty wrote: > > Jeremy, > > After getting the focu

Re: [tw5] Global Macro or Local

2019-04-06 Thread Jeremy Ruston
parsed and rendered. Best wishes Jeremy. > > --Mohammad > >> On Saturday, April 6, 2019 at 12:31:16 PM UTC+4:30, Jeremy Ruston wrote: >> Hi Tony >> >> > Not avoiding duplicate names is the problem from which importvariables is >> > a work around. >&

Re: [tw5] Global Macro or Local

2019-04-06 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Tony > Not avoiding duplicate names is the problem from which importvariables is a > work around. The purpose of importvariables is to allow macros to be local to a particular tiddler, giving much more flexibility in their reuse. Variables in TW are much like variables in an ordinary

Re: [tw5] [Off Topic] Laser cut Motovun Jack

2019-04-05 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Jed This is terrific. If you're interested, I'd be delighted to have an image of wooden Jack for tiddlywiki.com to go along with the other versions we've got. We'd just need a clean photo on a white background. Best wishes Jeremy. -- Jeremy Ruston jer...@jermolene.com https

Re: [tw5] [TW5] Getting plugins directly from GitHub, Bob, and some questions

2019-04-03 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Jed I’ve been meaning to experiment along similar lines. I had my eye on unpkg.com, an independent project that provides a gateway to files stored in npm. It’s intended so that scripts can reference things like: https://unpkg.com/tiddlywiki@5.1.19/boot/boot.js

Re: [tw5] How to use the $set widget properly with a "not missing" and "empty" filter?

2019-04-01 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi SS That’s great, thank you. > Testting shows: If there is a value attribute & no emptyValue attribute, the > value is returned irrespective of the filter's result. I can confirm that behaviour, and I think it’s a bug. But… I’m not 100% sure that we should fix it; it might be better just

Re: [tw5] How to use the $set widget properly with a "not missing" and "empty" filter?

2019-03-31 Thread Jeremy Ruston
; or "filter" attributes are provided, return the value of the "value" attribute, or the value of the "emptyValue" attribute if the "value" attribute is blank or missing Perhaps it would be clearer expressed as a series of examples... Best wishes Jeremy -- J

Re: [tw5] Re: Fraalancer Needed to Customize TiddlyWiki to a Project Scheduler

2019-03-31 Thread Jeremy Ruston
functional 90MB self-contained HTML file. Best wishes Jeremy -- Jeremy Ruston jer...@jermolene.com https://jermolene.com > On 31 Mar 2019, at 00:08, TonyM wrote: > > Ams, > > I am working on methods that will allow this kind of solution to work on top > of single file wikis in the

Re: [tw5] Non-resizeable <$edit-text/> textarea widgets

2019-03-28 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Hubert There’s a CSS property that lets you control resizability of text areas. This will disable resizing on all textareas: textarea { resize: none; } Best wishes Jeremy > On 28 Mar 2019, at 17:45, Hubert wrote: > > Hello, > > When an <$edit-text/> widget is tagged 'textarea' we get a

Re: [tw5] External HEIC/HEIF images

2019-03-26 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi SRF88 > I am pretty new to TiddlyWiki and wondered it I could get some help creating > tiddlers with HEIC/HEIF external images. > > I am using Tiddly Desktop and am comfortable manually creating external > images as described here: https://tiddlywiki.com/static/ExternalImages.html >

Re: [tw5] Re: Unable to import metadata (fields) from file along with tiddler content

2019-03-26 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi David > Turns out, to my *great* surprise, that the suggestion by Mark S. is right. I > installed firefox and it imported my test tid file correctly! Given chrome > has over 60% of browser share, I tend to assume that if a mechanism does not > work in chrome, as was the case with TW5 import

Re: [tw5] Re: add stuff (e.g. buttons) to draggable list?

2019-03-25 Thread Jeremy Ruston
es Jeremy -- Jeremy Ruston jer...@jermolene.com https://jermolene.com > On 25 Mar 2019, at 16:24, Dave wrote: > > I suspect its not possible because its a <>, not a <$widget>. > > You can custom build to your hearts content with widgets, but the macro has

Re: [tw5] Re: Unable to import metadata (fields) from file along with tiddler content

2019-03-25 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi David Can you show the “import” command string you’re using? From Node.js for loading .tid files it’s usually easier to use the “load” command when you’re working with files that TW understands the extension. Best wishes Jeremy > On 25 Mar 2019, at 13:56, David Nebauer wrote: > > What

Re: [tw5] Re: [Bug] Misplaced closing p tags.

2019-03-25 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Mario I’ve just been checking this out too. It seems that the problem is this construction: In other words, a paragraph containing an empty div. If I paste that fragment into the text input node of https://validator.w3.org/nu/#textarea in place

Re: [tw5] Shadow tiddler is missing

2019-03-23 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Mohammad > Why shadow toddlers are missing tiddlers? Because shadow tiddlers aren’t stored as “real” tiddlers. They are intentionally excluded from most operations by default so that they don’t clutter filters made by users unless explicitly required. > By accident I realised a filter

Re: [tw5] Re: Can a global macro reference a field in the tiddler the macro is defined in?

2019-03-22 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Mark > On 22 Mar 2019, at 15:54, 'Mark S.' via TiddlyWiki > wrote: > > How does the performance of the "contains" operator compare? The “contains” operator is a good deal faster than “search” because the semantics are much simpler: the former is just a basic string search, while the

Re: [tw5] Re: Can a global macro reference a field in the tiddler the macro is defined in?

2019-03-22 Thread Jeremy Ruston
>> On Friday, March 22, 2019 at 7:18:14 AM UTC-7, S. S. wrote: >> Within a tiddler that contains a global macro, I want to be able to >> reference a field within the tiddler where the macro is defined. >> If I share the tiddler with the macro and that person renames the tiddler, >> the reference

Re: [tw5] TiddlyWiki .md Files

2019-03-20 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Talha131 > Jeremy does this mean if I have > > "plugins": [ > "tiddlywiki/markdown" > ] > In my tiddlywiki.info file then I don’t need to drag and drop markdown plugin > from here https://tiddlywiki.com/plugins/tiddlywiki/highlight/ >

Re: [tw5] How to escape backtick in tiddly wiki markup?

2019-03-20 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Talha131 > How do I escape backtick ` in tiddly wiki markup? > In most situations you can use the equivalent HTML entity: Best wishes Jeremy. > I have tried ` but it didn’t work. > > In Markdown double backticks do the trick > , like > >

Re: [tw5] Re: Issues with the Difference Engine

2019-03-19 Thread Jeremy Ruston
est wishes Jeremy -- Jeremy Ruston jer...@jermolene.com https://jermolene.com > On 19 Mar 2019, at 20:36, @TiddlyTweeter wrote: > > Jeremy > > I definitely think access to change parameters could be helpful. > > In the case of SNR one needs a logical consistent repre

Re: [tw5] Re: Issues with the Difference Engine

2019-03-19 Thread Jeremy Ruston
-- Jeremy Ruston jer...@jermolene.com https://jermolene.com > On 19 Mar 2019, at 15:13, Mohammad wrote: > > What Josiah said can be tested on SNR at > > https://kookma.github.io/TW-Commander/ > > It seems the Tiddlywiki diff-text works fine for simple cases like > alphanumer

Re: [tw5] TiddlyWiki .md Files

2019-03-17 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Adam > I like using TiddlyWiki on NodeJs but my only problem is that it doesn't use > markdown by default and I prefer to have all my notes in .md files. > > Is there any way for TiddlyWiki to store files in .md and not .tid format? If you install the markdown plugin in your tiddlywiki.info

Re: [tw5] Dear Tiddlywiki Group admin: please enable tags feature

2019-03-16 Thread Jeremy Ruston
; > On Monday, February 25, 2019 at 4:32:01 PM UTC+3:30, Jeremy Ruston wrote: > I don’t think the tags we use here need be influenced by those used on > tiddlywiki.com <http://tiddlywiki.com/>. I was thinking of types of post: > > #question > #newbie > #announcement

Re: [tw5] Run and Time: Performance of Tiddlywiki Scrript

2019-03-16 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Mohammad > Is there any code, macro, widget to calculate the elapsed time for any action > in Tiddlywiki? > > Is there a simple timer macro to see the elapsed time when another macro > performs a task? The core has built-in instrumentation for the refresh cycle. Find “Performance

Re: [tw5] Tiddler Commander: Release Candidate

2019-03-15 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Mohammad > On 14 Mar 2019, at 15:55, Mohammad wrote: > > I would ask Jeremy to see the possibility to distribute it as an OFFICIAL > PLUGIN! The official plugin library offers the plugins that live in the TiddlyWiki 5 GitHub repository. They are organised by publisher, with “tiddlywiki”

Re: [tw5] Re: Paragraph tags in layout

2019-03-12 Thread Jeremy Ruston
TiddlyWiki Classic didn’t generate proper paragraph tags; it just rendered a tag wherever there was a line break. In response to criticisms about that, from the beginning I tried to make TW5 generate paragraph tags in the same way that Markdown does. (Hence the requirement for double line

Re: [tw5] Re: Plugin tiddlers non-functional until opened and saved

2019-03-12 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Mohammad That sounds like the same issue: you’ve got tiddlers in the plugin that are not showing up in some filter somewhere due to the filter being coded to exclude shadow tiddlers. Best wishes Jeremy > On 12 Mar 2019, at 04:05, Mohammad wrote: > > Hi admls, > I have encountered the

Re: [tw5] Where can I see demo of mobile drag and drop?

2019-03-12 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Archizona > I have install this plugin. But the is no examples in it. I want to drag and > drop something in TW5 on my phone. May be somebody have examples? Drag and drop functionality is included in the TW core. All that the shim plugin does is add support for older browsers that don’t

Re: [tw5] Plugin tiddlers non-functional until opened and saved

2019-03-12 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi admls > My plugins have some tiddlers of type text/vnd.tiddlywiki and some of type > application/javascript. I don't really understand what rawmarkup is. Could > you explain a bit more? The rawmarkup mechanism is a means for plugins to insert snippets of code in the main TW HTML file. It

Re: [tw5] Plugin tiddlers non-functional until opened and saved

2019-03-12 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi admls Plugins that include rawmarkup tiddlers do indeed require saving and reloading twice before they work properly. The first save/reload loads the plugin, and the second gives the plugin a chance to write the necessary rawmarkup tiddlers. Best wishes Jeremy. -- Jeremy Ruston jer

Re: [tw5] Where can I see demo of mobile drag and drop?

2019-03-12 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Archizona > Here https://tiddlywiki.com/#Mobile%20Drag%20And%20Drop%20Shim%20Plugin is > link to documentation. I don't understand how to load demo from github. Help > me please :) That tiddler describes a plugin called "Mobile Drag and Drop Shim Plugin" to be found in the official plugin

Re: [tw5] Inserting graphic-rendering widgets in tables?

2019-03-09 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Stefano The wikitext table syntax doesn’t allow the inclusion of newlines, so you’ll have to use the underlying HTML elements: Column A Column B 23 32 Best wishes Jeremy > On 6 Mar 2019, at 19:12, stefano franchi wrote: > > Problem: Building a table with images by

Re: [tw5] Using the store.php password for other actions.

2019-03-09 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Jan > I am creating some php files (like uploading images to folders) that shall be > reserved to the owner and I would like to use the store-php password for this. > How do I get the stored password into another php-form to work together with > other php-files? You can get the current

Re: [tw5] How to add tag to imported image while drag and drop to special zone?

2019-03-09 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Siniy-Kit > Hi! If we open this example > https://tiddlywiki.com/#list-tagged-draggable%20Macro%20(Examples) > we can see > draggable list of tiddlers. > I want to take jpg file from my desktop and put to this list. And I

Re: [tw5] Accessing result of html embed in TiddlyWiki

2019-03-09 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Tony > Thanks for the links I will read and research. The first thing that comes to > mind is I am only interested in files at the same url and/or subfolder, I > would have thought these have the same origin and thus considered safe. If the files are in the same origin then you can simply

Re: [tw5] Dear Tiddlywiki Group admin: please enable tags feature

2019-03-08 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Mohammad I see it at the bottom of the "New post" screen; it doesn't seem to appear for existing posts. Best wishes Jeremy. -- Jeremy Ruston jer...@jermolene.com https://jermolene.com > On 8 Mar 2019, at 18:14, Mohammad wrote: > > Jeremy > I cannot see the tag b

Re: [tw5] Dear Tiddlywiki Group admin: please enable tags feature

2019-03-08 Thread Jeremy Ruston
or >- macro >- template >- plugin >- theme >- saving >- node.js >- single-file > > > I think you can set 10 - 15 tags, and people can select among them, so no > need to memorize, BUT have to choose one tag! > I just send my suggestion, hope othe

Re: [tw5] Accessing result of html embed in TiddlyWiki

2019-03-08 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Tony Sadly browser security restrictions mess everything up. Pages hosting an iframe, img, object or embed that references a remote resource cannot access the resource itself in any way, they can only manipulate the container that is used to display them. The exception that we take

Re: [tw5] Possibilities of using Google Apps Scripts?

2019-03-08 Thread Jeremy Ruston
r and be used to edit (add) tiddlers. >> Multiple users can work on the Google spreadsheet. Their Google logins will >> be collected and used as tiddler authors. >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >>

Re: [tw5] Re: StartupActions: maximise browser window based on screen width?

2019-03-07 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Jeremy. -- Jeremy Ruston jer...@jermolene.com https://jermolene.com > On 7 Mar 2019, at 09:05, 'Andreas Hahn' via TiddlyWiki > wrote: > > Hi Adam, > > unfortunately, the simple answer to this is: `tm-full-screen` will never work > as a startup action, as the

Re: [tw5] Re: SNR: Search and Replace in Tiddler Fields

2019-03-06 Thread Jeremy Ruston
racter in the % notation used by URIs, and then use the decodeuricomponent filter operator to convert it into the corresponding character. In this case, $0a corresponds to the newline character (ascii code 10). Best wishes Jeremy. -- Jeremy Ruston jer...@jermolene.com https://jermolene.com >

Re: [tw5] JavaScript Macro Does Not Process Escape Characters Correctly

2019-03-05 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Mohammad I think that the problem here is likely to be the way that HTML processes whitespace: by default, all the different types of whitespace are merged together as spaces (even newlines!). If you want to see the full string, try either putting it in a pre tag or a textarea. For

Re: [tw5] <$select> and Web accessibility

2019-03-04 Thread Jeremy Ruston
gt; > Best wishes > > Jeremy > > -- > Jeremy Ruston > jer...@jermolene.com <mailto:jer...@jermolene.com> > https://jermolene.com <https://jermolene.com/> > > On 3 Mar 2019, at 23:23, st...@sunypoly.edu <mailto:st...@sunypoly.edu> wrote: > >>

Re: [tw5] Re: <$select> and Web accessibility

2019-03-04 Thread Jeremy Ruston
I think we really need to add a tooltip attribute to the <$select> widget. I'll look at it as soon as I can (unless any other developers want to have a go at a PR?), Best wishes Jeremy -- Jeremy Ruston jer...@jermolene.com https://jermolene.com > On 3 Mar 2019, at 23:23, st...@sun

Re: [tw5] Variable not recognised in filter with enlist operator

2019-03-03 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi David I've added a clarifying note to the docs: https://github.com/Jermolene/TiddlyWiki5/commit/148c1a03553a04ebb89d84bcbab09a4ff50616ea It'll take a few minutes for it to appear on tiddlywiki.com Best wishes Jeremy -- Jeremy Ruston jer...@jermolene.com https://jermolene.com > On 3

Re: [tw5] Test for existence of macro

2019-03-03 Thread Jeremy Ruston
is overwritten... Harder to extend that to non-JS tiddlers since quite a few of them are designed to be overwritten if required). Best wishes Jeremy. -- Jeremy Ruston jer...@jermolene.com https://jermolene.com > On 3 Mar 2019, at 00:59, David Nebauer wrote: > > What you say i

Re: [tw5] Variable not recognised in filter with enlist operator

2019-03-03 Thread Jeremy Ruston
/#Filter%20Expression:%5B%5BFilter%20Syntax%5D%5D%20%5B%5BFilter%20Expression%5D%5D%20%5B%5BFilter%20Run%5D%5D%20%5B%5BFilter%20Step%5D%5D%20%5B%5BFilter%20Parameter%5D%5D%20%5B%5BFilter%20Whitespace%5D%5D Best wishes Jeremy -- Jeremy Ruston jer...@jermolene.com https://jermolene.com > On 3

Re: [tw5] Re: The Trash bin idea

2019-03-03 Thread Jeremy Ruston
as the obvious usage for plugins themselves. The plugin format doesn't permit multiple tiddlers with the same title, so I think you'd have to develop a custom format if you wanted to go that way. Best wishes Jeremy -- Jeremy Ruston jer...@jermolene.com https://jermolene.com > On 3 Mar 2019, at 14

Re: [tw5] Why an Attribute's value set by <> & {{!!transclusion}} doesn't wikify

2019-03-03 Thread Jeremy Ruston
l fail with inadvertent wikification. Best wishes Jeremy -- Jeremy Ruston jer...@jermolene.com https://jermolene.com > On 3 Mar 2019, at 13:26, TonyM wrote: > > Jeremy, > > I am interested in your view. > > I find catering for Wiki Text in titles a dangerous approach. After all i

Re: [tw5] Why an Attribute's value set by <> & {{!!transclusion}} doesn't wikify

2019-03-03 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi SS Your title is correct: transcluded attributes are not wikified, they use the raw text of the variable or field. That’s done because wikification is slow. Meanwhile, we *do* wikify when making a freestanding transclusion. It’s a major source of irritation to me that we have such a

Re: [tw5] Get Raw text output from Javascript macro

2019-03-03 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Mohammad > On 2 Mar 2019, at 20:23, Jeremy Ruston wrote: > > I’m afraid that goes back to something we’ve discussed before: there isn’t a > way to get the results of a macrocall widget into a variable without > wikification: Of course, I gave up too early. Here’s a me

Re: [tw5] Variable not recognised in filter with enlist operator

2019-03-03 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi David In filters you can’t combine the effect of the [, { and < brackets. Instead you’d have to extract the field value as a separate operation. Try this (I’ve changed the tiddler and field names so that it works on tiddlywiki.com ): <$set name="datasource"

Re: [tw5] Get Raw text output from Javascript macro

2019-03-02 Thread Jeremy Ruston
without wikification: https://groups.google.com/d/msg/tiddlywiki/r79pRRrfIb8/H13C-UlKBQAJ <https://groups.google.com/d/msg/tiddlywiki/r79pRRrfIb8/H13C-UlKBQAJ> Best wishes Jeremy. > > --Mohammad > > > > > On Saturday, March 2, 2019 at 8:50:45 PM UTC+3:3

Re: [tw5] Get Raw text output from Javascript macro

2019-03-02 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Mohammad > On 2 Mar 2019, at 16:39, Mohammad wrote: > > > Just one further question, if I have to call my macro using $macrocall > widget, how can I do this? > Example when I have to pass other variables as input parameter to my macro! Try something like this: <$wikify name="output"

Re: [tw5] Get Raw text output from Javascript macro

2019-03-02 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Mohammad > On 1 Mar 2019, at 10:05, Mohammad wrote: > > In TW macro the below pragma > > \rules only > > > prevents the macro output from wikification! Is there such a practice for > Tiddlywiki JavaScript macro? > > I mean how prevent TW from wikification of a JS macro output or how

Re: [tw5] Test for existence of macro

2019-03-02 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi David I think the problem you’re describing is the possibility that ones delicate arrangements of customisations might break, perhaps through an upgrade or human error. That’s certainly something I can relate to, and I’m interested in how we can address the brittleness of complex wikis.

Re: [tw5] Re: Section Names using ID for internal Links

2019-03-02 Thread Jeremy Ruston
By the way, I made a GitHub issue to discuss handling the underlying bug: https://github.com/Jermolene/TiddlyWiki5/issues/3811 Best wishes Jeremy > On 2 Mar 2019, at 09:20, S. S. wrote: > > > BTC, this might be a little trivial, but

Re: [tw5] Section Names using ID for internal Links

2019-03-01 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi SS Well done, this is pretty interesting. As a sidebar, I’ve thought about enabling anchors before, thinking that we’d need a new mechanism to enable us to suppress the usual navigation behaviour when the location hash changes (the bit after the # of the URL). You’ve actually found a bug

Re: [tw5] Good to know: $:/Build shows the build status

2019-02-26 Thread Jeremy Ruston
The $:/Build tiddler is created by the build process that puts together tiddlywiki.com from the GitHub repo. It lets you track back from tiddlywiki.com to the commit from which it was built. Best wishes Jeremy -- Jeremy Ruston jer...@jermolene.com https://jermolene.com > On 26 Feb 2

Re: [tw5] Re: Announcing the new "Browser-Storage" plugin

2019-02-26 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Tony > On 26 Feb 2019, at 05:01, TonyM wrote: > > Further feedback > > Perhaps a setting in the local storage plugin, or a seperate session storage > plugin to use session only storage > > Session storage is per-origin-per-window-or-tab and is limited to the > lifetime of the window.

Re: [tw5] Test for existence of macro

2019-02-26 Thread Jeremy Ruston
d <> <> But in fact, the “__param__” variable is defined whether or not a parameter value is provided. It may be possible to tweak things so that this trick works, I’ll give it some more thought. Best wishes Jeremy > > --Mohammad > > On Tuesday, February 26, 2019 at 1

Re: [tw5] Test for existence of macro

2019-02-26 Thread Jeremy Ruston
tle, I expect to have macro or > variable as below > > > <$list filter="[] +[is[variable]addsuffix[ is a variable]] > ~[[Undefined variable or macro 'VAR_NAME']]"> > <> > > > I mean, using angle bracket. > > --Mohammad > > On Tuesday, Februar

Re: [tw5] Test for existence of macro

2019-02-25 Thread Jeremy Ruston
at > subfilter could be used to test for the existence of a particular variable or > macro, say 'VAR_NAME', and display the text "Undefined variable or macro > 'VAR_NAME'" if it is not found. > > -David > > On Monday, 25 February 2019 22:39:23 UTC+9:30, Jeremy Rust

Re: [tw5] Dear Tiddlywiki Group admin: please enable tags feature

2019-02-25 Thread Jeremy Ruston
-- Jeremy Ruston jer...@jermolene.com https://jermolene.com On 25 Feb 2019, at 14:09, @TiddlyTweeter wrote: >>> Josiah: Practically it would be useful to know, I think, what proportion of >>> users are only on email? > >> Jeremy: ... I don’t think the precise numbers m

Re: [tw5] Dear Tiddlywiki Group admin: please enable tags feature

2019-02-25 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Josiah > Right. > > Practically it would be useful to know, I think, what proportion of users are > only on email? > > Do you know? The member management screen shows whether individual users are subscribed via email, but I don’t see a way to get overall stats. But I don’t think the

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