[tw5] Re: New search behaviour demo

2019-03-06 Thread Yaisog Bonegnasher
Could one of the authors update this for the new sidebar structure that was introduced around v5.1.18 or so? Simple copy/paste or drag-and-drop does not work anymore, but the plugin itself does. I got it to work with some minor tweaks and splits, but one of the original authors should post the

[tw5] Re: Porting some nice palettes to tiddlywiki

2019-03-06 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi BTC and Josiah, Thanks for the initiative, very much appreciated. I would happily donate a pallette or two, but hesitated as I do not use code mirror and highlighter. I am very busy this week, but might take a second look over the weekend. Cheers, Thomas -- You received this message

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

2019-03-06 Thread Mohammad
Hello Diegi! I think the SNR does the job correctly! May be Josiah can explain this in detail, but replace keep the parts in replaceValue and only add those characters word is not available in the search value! Here it actually change This ---> This not This > This not }> This

[tw5] Re: A TiddlyWiki for Dummies series ...

2019-03-06 Thread S. S.
Thanks for this perspective Birthe! On Wednesday, March 6, 2019 at 8:01:08 PM UTC+7, Birthe C wrote: > > I do not understand why you find "Beginners" off putting. No matter who > you are and what you know, if you haven't used Tiddlywiki before, you are > new to Tiddlywiki = beginner. > > I know

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

2019-03-06 Thread Diego Mesa
Hey Mohammad, I have the following strange behavior: https://media.giphy.com/media/dgarQbGE4SycN4wGJF/giphy.gif On Wednesday, March 6, 2019 at 3:49:32 PM UTC-6, Mohammad wrote: > > *Update: Mar 7th, 2019* > > Changes: > >- new interface >- regexp flags can be selected among *i, g,m* but

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

2019-03-06 Thread admls
Hi Hubert, Just wanted to see if you ever got this to work. I'm running into a similar problem at the moment with StartupActions. I could use a bit of insight into its workings. Best wishes, Adam On Wednesday, June 27, 2018 at 11:27:07 AM UTC+1, Hubert wrote: > > Hi, > > I'm trying to make

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

2019-03-06 Thread Mohammad
*Update: Mar 7th, 2019* Changes: - new interface - regexp flags can be selected among *i, g,m* but not *g and m* at the same time. - minor issues fixed Demo: http://kookma.tiddlyspot.com/(temporarily site ) Mohammad -- You received this message because you are subscribed to

[tw5] Re: The Trash bin idea

2019-03-06 Thread TonyM
Handling duplicates ie when the same tiddler is backed up multiple times should be as simple as applying a Generation suffix to each tiddler title Tiddlername gen(n) Tiddlername gen(0) Tiddlername gen(1) Regards Tony On Wednesday, March 6, 2019 at 11:39:02 PM UTC+11, Mohammad wrote: > > Great

[tw5] Re: TiddlyWiki and Education

2019-03-06 Thread Stephen Keen
Thanks so much for the example - just the sort of inspiration I can learn from! I have a physics research and teaching background and I was just daydreaming about trying to create a TiddlyWiki Physics site to support high school physics students in New Zealand. Thanks for the inspiration -

[tw5] Re: TiddlyWiki and Education

2019-03-06 Thread Stephen Keen
Hi Tony, Your idea sounds promising. I would be happy to give feedback on the curriculum design side of things. As a TW newbie I recognise I may not be able to help in any other way (apart from being a guniea pig)... Regards, Stephen On Thursday, November 15, 2018 at 2:51:13 PM UTC+13,

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

2019-03-06 Thread Ton Gerner
Hi Stefano, You can try HTML tables. Cheers, Ton -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to tiddlywiki+unsubscr...@googlegroups.com. To post to this

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

2019-03-06 Thread stefano franchi
On Wed, Mar 6, 2019 at 1:35 PM BurningTreeC wrote: > Hi, try this on tiddlywiki.com: > > |<$image source="Motovun Jack.jpg"/> |<$image source="Motovun Jack.jpg"/> > |<$image source="Motovun Jack.jpg"/> | > > three widgets showing an image and the table seems to be built > Thanks for the tip.

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

2019-03-06 Thread BurningTreeC
Hi, try this on tiddlywiki.com: |<$image source="Motovun Jack.jpg"/> |<$image source="Motovun Jack.jpg"/> |<$image source="Motovun Jack.jpg"/> | three widgets showing an image and the table seems to be built -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups

[tw5] Re: A TiddlyWiki for Dummies series ...

2019-03-06 Thread @TiddlyTweeter
"Beginner" looks fine to me. Birthe, I agree with everything you wrote about this. Josiah On Wednesday, 6 March 2019 14:01:08 UTC+1, Birthe C wrote: > > I do not understand why you find "Beginners" off putting. No matter who > you are and what you know, if you haven't used Tiddlywiki before,

[tw5] Inserting graphic-rendering widgets in tables?

2019-03-06 Thread stefano franchi
Problem: Building a table with images by inserting some image-rendering widgets in table cells does not work directly, only by transclusion. That is, if <$myWidget myField=" ..." /> is a widget that outputs an (SVG) image and whose myField field contains newlines, the following does not work: |

[tw5] Re: Unilink and my possibly unrealistic wants...

2019-03-06 Thread Ste Wilson
Think most of them link to somewhere or are part of a tag structure. tiddlyspot.stephenteacher.com -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to

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

2019-03-06 Thread Mohammad
Okay, Josiah! I correct it! --Mohammad On Wednesday, March 6, 2019 at 7:59:11 PM UTC+3:30, @TiddlyTweeter wrote: > > Mohammad, > > Excellent! > > An issue. You should not have Multi-line AND Global BOTH enabled! > > They are mutually exclusive. > > > [image:

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

2019-03-06 Thread Mohammad
Many thanks Jeremy! It seems I should read and process the replaceValue first and then pass it to SNR macro! By the way, I think this way I can handle control characters. Best wishes Mohammad On Wednesday, March 6, 2019 at 8:26:31 PM UTC+3:30, Jeremy Ruston wrote: > > Hi Mohammad > > Sorry I

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

2019-03-06 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Mohammad Sorry I missed your question in the thread. If you're trying to get a control character into a string for use in a regexp, you can use a construction like this: <$codeblock code={{{ [[%0a]decodeuricomponent[]addprefix[a]addsuffix[b]] }}}/> The idea is to express the character in

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

2019-03-06 Thread @TiddlyTweeter
Mohammad asked: > ... please let me know, if snr has any conflict with regexp or pass TW ... > There are NO unique problems in SNR. Relax :-). TW issues we know already are not SNR issues per se. They are broader ... 1 -- Tiddlers containing strings * """ * can't be safely matched, 2 --

[tw5] Re: Quinoid 0.0.7alpha - Sharing. Auto-loading.

2019-03-06 Thread 'Mark S.' via TiddlyWiki
Thanks for the feedback Tony. It's possible that Android didn't have the "ask for permissions" in place yet at A7. Or the technique I'm using is broken for 7 but works for others. The problem is that Guugle keeps changing things up. I spend about 90% of my time just studying approaches to

[tw5] Re: Unilink and my possibly unrealistic wants...

2019-03-06 Thread 'Mark S.' via TiddlyWiki
On Wednesday, March 6, 2019 at 4:49:30 AM UTC-8, PMario wrote: > > > I think turning all titles to aliases is *not* the way to go. > > > How about all titles that are currently back-linked (linked to) somewhere? Unless of course, all 700 are linked somewhere, in which case ... never mind. --

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

2019-03-06 Thread @TiddlyTweeter
Mohammad, Excellent! An issue. You should not have Multi-line AND Global BOTH enabled! They are mutually exclusive. [image: {B8C55E38-08DD-4CC0-8A36-68B8ADA7732A}.png.jpg] Best wishes Josiah -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group.

[tw5] Re: Porting some nice palettes to tiddlywiki

2019-03-06 Thread BurningTreeC
> Ciao BTC, couple of comments ... > > 1 - I'd ask Thomas Elmiger directly. > > Thomas' Colour Action plugin is very thorough in understanding colour > for the net. > > Its a major reason his sites look good. > > > 2 - I think it would be good if, eventually, there were add-on

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

2019-03-06 Thread Mohammad
*Announcement: SNR2* *Update: Mar 6th, 2019* Changes: - regexp flags added (g, m, i) - whole words search added - minor issues fixed This tool has amazing feature: You can search no only the text filed but also tags, caption, creator, ... and any other fields You can even search and

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

2019-03-06 Thread Mohammad
Okay! I am achanging the interface and will upload a new update within an hour. --Mohammad On Wednesday, March 6, 2019 at 5:29:59 PM UTC+3:30, @TiddlyTweeter wrote: > > M, > > In particular, *multi-line mode* is excellent! Great news! > > It allows step by step changes. > > J. > > On Wednesday,

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

2019-03-06 Thread @TiddlyTweeter
M, In particular, *multi-line mode* is excellent! Great news! It allows step by step changes. J. On Wednesday, 6 March 2019 14:52:51 UTC+1, Mohammad wrote: > > Many Thanks Josiah! > > I would appreciate your time teaching us how to use regexp in Tiddlywiki > and specially here with SNR2. >

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

2019-03-06 Thread Mohammad
One more comment: I am not good at regexp, but I think snr should follow what is reule/standard in Tiddlywiki, so I think we need to change the code to act as the current regexp operator (https://tiddlywiki.com/#regexp%20Operator) So, please let me know, if snr has any conflict with regexp or

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

2019-03-06 Thread Mohammad
Josiah! I appreciate if you put these comments in few tiddlers to added as help to SNR2. --Mohammad On Wednesday, March 6, 2019 at 5:10:19 PM UTC+3:30, @TiddlyTweeter wrote: > > Mohammad & all interested > > I have done a lot of testing of "s-n-r2". It is very good! > > > *DIFFERENCES FROM

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

2019-03-06 Thread Mohammad
Many Thanks Josiah! I would appreciate your time teaching us how to use regexp in Tiddlywiki and specially here with SNR2. For the issue you mentioned, I could not find any solution and Jeremy comments did not help me to understand what I should do! By the way, I thought it is better to choose

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

2019-03-06 Thread @TiddlyTweeter
Mohammad & all interested I have done a lot of testing of "s-n-r2". It is very good! *DIFFERENCES FROM NORMAL REGEX* It differs from normal regular expressions in that TiddlyWiki needs to guard itself from eating itself. *It does this by needing the regex to be wrapped in Quote Marks*.

[tw5] Re: A TiddlyWiki for Dummies series ...

2019-03-06 Thread Birthe C
I do not understand why you find "Beginners" off putting. No matter who you are and what you know, if you haven't used Tiddlywiki before, you are new to Tiddlywiki = beginner. I know absolutely nothing about programming. I have used Tiddlywiki for many years now mostly because I had a very

[tw5] Re: Unilink and my possibly unrealistic wants...

2019-03-06 Thread PMario
On Wednesday, March 6, 2019 at 1:35:12 PM UTC+1, Ste Wilson wrote: > > For me the title as alias would be perfect. I think, that's the way to go. > I have a small number where I can add other aliases individually. I > guess the actual problem then is the next bit of Diego's widget/ filter

[tw5] Re: The Trash bin idea

2019-03-06 Thread Mohammad
Great idea Joshua, I would appreciate if you give a try on this new Trash bin idea! and let us know the result! --Mohammad On Tuesday, March 5, 2019 at 1:56:05 AM UTC+3:30, Joshua Fontany wrote: > > This is an interesting idea, and one that users expect from their OS > interactions. > > The

[tw5] Re: Unilink and my possibly unrealistic wants...

2019-03-06 Thread Ste Wilson
For me the title as alias would be perfect. I have a small number where I can add other aliases individually. I guess the actual problem then is the next bit of Diego's widget/ filter thingy to create that field AND put [[]] around everything. Then I can [[not do this|Not do This]] going

[tw5] Re: Porting some nice palettes to tiddlywiki

2019-03-06 Thread @TiddlyTweeter
Ciao BTC, couple of comments ... 1 - I'd ask Thomas Elmiger directly. Thomas' Colour Action plugin is very thorough in understanding colour for the net. Its a major reason his sites look good. 2 - I think it would be good if, eventually, there were add-on palettes for

[tw5] Re: Unilink and my possibly unrealistic wants...

2019-03-06 Thread TonyM
Mario, Yes Mario I agree aliases may be the best solution here. Unilink as well. The persistent nature with title changes is also fantastic for most use cases. However there are other edge cases for unique ids. What is the best way do you think to satisfy the original thread. Search and

[tw5] Re: Unilink and my possibly unrealistic wants...

2019-03-06 Thread swilsontmc2018
Cheers for the start! On Wednesday, 6 March 2019 00:40:59 UTC, Diego Mesa wrote: > > Hey Ste, > > A *broken* answer that hopefully someone else can fix would be: > > <$button> > <$list filter="[tag[HelloThere]]"> > <$action-setfield $field="aliases" $value=<> /> > > Add

[tw5] Re: Unilink and my possibly unrealistic wants...

2019-03-06 Thread PMario
Hi, On Wednesday, March 6, 2019 at 1:38:07 AM UTC+1, TonyM wrote: ... > Why are you [[doing this|Doing This]] . Is it just that you feel titles > look better in Caps and not in line in the text. > ... Uni-link was developed aminly because of this statement: Alberto Molina wrote at TW group

[tw5] Re: Unilink and my possibly unrealistic wants...

2019-03-06 Thread swilsontmc2018
It was one of those decisionsyou know...you strat off...that links in the middle of a sentence, it shouldn't have capsok [[take off the caps|Take Off the Caps]] and here I am 700 later On Wednesday, 6 March 2019 00:38:07 UTC, TonyM wrote: > > Ste, > > Why are you [[doing

[tw5] Re: TiddlyWiki and Education

2019-03-06 Thread swilsontmc2018
bit.ly/Steacher is the tiddlywiki I use with my students for Engineering. On Wednesday, 6 March 2019 06:47:30 UTC, Stephen Keen wrote: > > Hi all, I have been using TW for a week and I'm excited by the potential > use in education. I work as an educational developer, supporting curriculum >