[tw] Re: Blog capabilities of TiddlyWiki

2017-08-13 Thread TonyM
Sounds Like a Good Strategy Richard. Do share if you can. Tony On Saturday, August 12, 2017 at 9:13:57 PM UTC+10, RichardWilliamSmith wrote: > > Hi Tony, > > I built an interface that lets you externalise content. The use case > primarily imagined is of accruing content over time (mostly

Re: [tw] Re: Blog capabilities of TiddlyWiki

2017-08-13 Thread TonyM
Eric, Yes Understood. Nicely put. But I sill see the following workflow possible, - Create Images folder below Tiddly wiki - Drag and Drop images to tiddly wiki - Check Import as external files/Or Reference - Enter the relative or absolute path (do the Job the browser will not) -

Re: [tw] Re: Blog capabilities of TiddlyWiki

2017-08-13 Thread 'Mark S.' via TiddlyWiki
But ... as I asked earlier. Is this true if dragging and dropping from an external web site? I suspect not, since knowing the url to a web site is what browsers do all the time. So, it should be possible to drag and drop and then construct a tiddler based on the file type and file name. AND, if

Re: [tw] Re: Blog capabilities of TiddlyWiki

2017-08-13 Thread Eric Shulman
On Sunday, August 13, 2017 at 6:31:13 PM UTC-7, TonyM wrote: > > Another thought is the import feature, permitting import of external links > to selected files, and allow a multi-select, I would have thought the > browser has to know the full path to do this import?, but I expect I may be >

Re: [tw] Re: Blog capabilities of TiddlyWiki

2017-08-13 Thread TonyM
Jeremy That explains the mysterious omission of such a feature. A key use case for me is when I have a folder of images and PDF's I want to display in a tiddlywiki yet I want to avoid loading the tiddly wiki up and making it too big. If I could choose a specific library ..\images Place my

[tw] Re: Comments on an online service

2017-08-13 Thread 'Sergey Shishkin' via TiddlyWiki
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[tw] Re: How to retain slashes in tiddler titles when parsed in select?

2017-08-13 Thread Steven Schneider
Thanks, Eric & Mark. Got it to work as you suggested it would.. Much appreciated. //steve. On Sunday, August 13, 2017 at 1:25:03 AM UTC-4, Eric Shulman wrote: > > On Saturday, August 12, 2017 at 3:34:24 PM UTC-7, Steven Schneider wrote: >> >> I get how the <$text text={{tiddlerToShow}}/> works

[tw] Re: requesting help with Template tiddlers

2017-08-13 Thread PMario
Hi, I didn't like my last proposal. So here is a new one, that you can drag and drop import to your TW. The main code looks like this: \define val(tid x) <$transclude tiddler=$tid$ index=$x$ >$x$ . \end \define registers(A:"." X:"." Y:"." N:"." V:"." Z:"." C:".") Registers affected | <> | <>

[tw] Re: requesting help with Template tiddlers

2017-08-13 Thread PMario
Hi Charlie, I personally would go with something like the following code. It will give you a bit more visibility and more control over styling. \define registers(A:"A ." X:"X ." Y:"Y ." N:"N ." V:"V ." Z:"Z ." C:"C .") Registers affected | $N$ | $V$ | $Z$ | $C$ | | $A$ | $X$ | $Y$ || \end <>

[tw] Re: requesting help with Template tiddlers

2017-08-13 Thread Charlie Hitselberger
hmm... probably with something like this: :) \define registers(A:"." X:"." Y:"." N:"." V:"." Z:"." C:".") Registers affected |N ''$N$''|V ''$V$''|Z ''$Z$''|C ''$C$''| |A ''$A$''|X ''$X$''|Y ''$Y$''|| \end <> <> <> <> On Saturday, August 12, 2017 at 9:51:42 PM UTC-4, Charlie Hitselberger