[tw5] Re: [TW5-Bob] Failure to save tiddlers to disk

2019-03-07 Thread Jed Carty
I am not sure why that would cause the problem, but it does seem like the sort of thing that could do it. Another possibility is that there is something wrong with the z-sorting and the server error isn't showing up where it should. If this happens again check to see if a tiddler called

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

2019-03-07 Thread CHUN LI
Hi Tony, I am looking for the same thing! See someone did it this way. https://itnext.io/vuidget-how-to-create-an-embeddable-vue-js-widget-with-vue-custom-element-674bdcb96b97 Sorry if I misunderstood what you want as I didn’t read the details in all your posts. But let me know if this works or

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

2019-03-07 Thread TonyM
Also I note that the HTML Object tag also displays external content Definition and Usage The tag defines an embedded object within an HTML document. Use this element to embed multimedia (like audio, video, Java applets, ActiveX, PDF, and Flash) in your web pages. You can also use the

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

2019-03-07 Thread S. S.
Tony, this is a really great solution you have reached. Wonderful insight and connecting the dots to use a <> macro! I tested it with this, and transcluded it multiple times. As you said, it works! Navigates to the correct link of the correct tiddler. > > <> > > <> > >Link to My Heading h1 >

[tw5] Re: Tiddler Commander: A Tiddler Toolkit

2019-03-07 Thread Mohammad
Hi Tony! Many thanks for your comments. I am preparing a help and add some question marks each will show a help tiddler related to that specific subject! I will use your quick start! Thank you Regarding to macros! I am preparing a developer version of Tiddler Commander! I will use your

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

2019-03-07 Thread TonyM
S S , I had a hunch that paid off. If we want the ID to be unique to tiddler use qualify and it seems to work. *This should solve many of the aforementioned problems.* Eg in TOC > >Link to My Heading In Text > > My Heading Also the following works to help users nest headings > >Link to My

[tw5] Re: Tiddler Commander: A Tiddler Toolkit

2019-03-07 Thread TonyM
Mohammad,I found some time to review the latest release of commander. Here is an alternate way to arrange the front page [image: 2019-03-08_13-13-05.jpg] And the Text of Quick Start if you want to use it *Use ''search via Filter Expression'' to list possible tiddlers *Use ''Select Tiddlers''

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

2019-03-07 Thread TonyM
Post Script This should be possible even if with a plugin since file save and backup tools can save backup files, and presumably check for the existence of existing backups. I am not sure people have recognised how powerful it would be to allow serial edit via a checking process for single

[tw5] Accessing result of html embed in TiddlyWiki

2019-03-07 Thread TonyM
Folks, *Accessing result of html embed in TiddlyWiki* - With the advent of HTML5 there is the embed tag https://www.w3schools.com/tags/tag_embed.asp - I can use this and reference a file in the local directory to my single File Tiddlywiki. CSS Text and JSON can be included and can

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

2019-03-07 Thread Anthony Muscio
Mario, Is there a way to make a caching operation available to super users of TiddlyWiki? I have generated a tool to this thousands of post Codes against a businesses service areas, currently they are dumped into a large data tiddler. I do not mind that it needs a manual refresh but wondering if

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

2019-03-07 Thread Ste Wilson
I knew there was something wrong with the address as I typed it... :D... -- 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.

[tw5] Re: Bob on Linux trouble getting started

2019-03-07 Thread Dave
I think I just did what Jed had suggested and now I just have a shortcut that does this if Bob seems to have crashed: pkill node ;cd /home/david/SyncthingFolders/Bob/TiddlyWiki5;node ./ tiddlywiki.js Wikis/BobWiki --wsserver;http://127.0.0.1:8080/#Agenda And after waiting 10 seconds or so I

[tw5] Re: Bob on Linux trouble getting started

2019-03-07 Thread Matthew Lauber
Not to resurrect an old thread, but Dave, do you by chance use a alpha or beta version of chrome? I recently ran into this issue, and the only thing I can recall changing is I manually updated chrome due to the latest 0-day that came out. Hoping I can track this down. Thanks, Matt Lauber

[tw5] Re: Tiddler Commander

2019-03-07 Thread Mohammad
> > *New update of Tiddler Commander!* > Demo: *https://kookma.github.io/TW-Commander/ * *Major update: 8th March 2019* - New search-n-replace (SNR) added to Commander - SNR can search and replace not only in a single tiddler but also in

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

2019-03-07 Thread S. S.
I guess this might be ready for submitting to tiddywiki.com now. -- 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

Re: [tw5] SNR Plugin

2019-03-07 Thread Mohammad
Yes, Check the latest Tiddler Commander! It will be uploaded within next 15 minutes --Mohammad On Friday, March 8, 2019 at 1:02:51 AM UTC+3:30, Jan wrote: > > Hi Mohammpad > very useful work. Chapeau! > Would it be possible to create a version which allows to set a filter > instead of

Re: [tw5] SNR Plugin

2019-03-07 Thread Jan
Hi Mohammpad very useful work. Chapeau! Would it be possible to create a version which allows to set a filter instead of applying it to one tiddler? Yours Jan Am 07.03.2019 um 15:48 schrieb Mohammad: *Announcement: SNR Plugin* *Date: March 7th, 2019* *What is SNR?* This is a simple

[tw5] Re: SNR Plugin

2019-03-07 Thread @TiddlyTweeter
Mohammad Here is an example. The Group Capture works fine. But stopping it doesn't work. Hopefully the images make it clearer? Right ... [image: {451C469E-E8FC-400F-A11F-BA1D4C400B5D}.png.jpg] Wrong ... [image: {945574FE-7B98-4385-9143-D7BBE7D39B6E}.png.jpg] Best wishes Josiah On

[tw5] Re: SNR Plugin

2019-03-07 Thread @TiddlyTweeter
I will. Over weekend. J Mohammad wrote: > > I appreciate if you send them to my email. It would be great if we can add > some examples as tutorial.I will > -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop

[tw5] Re: SNR Plugin

2019-03-07 Thread Mohammad
That's great. I appreciate if you send them to my email. It would be great if we can add some examples as tutorial. --Mohammad On Thursday, March 7, 2019 at 11:17:03 PM UTC+3:30, @TiddlyTweeter wrote: > > Ciao Mohammad > > I have developed a few regular expressions that illustrate both

[tw5] Re: SNR Plugin

2019-03-07 Thread Mohammad
Josiah, Could you give an example of this issue! In my test, it seems it works! Check the flags! --Mohammad On Thursday, March 7, 2019 at 11:06:59 PM UTC+3:30, @TiddlyTweeter wrote: > > Ciao Mohammad > > Excellent! The new version handles everything, even *"""*. Its a full > regular expression

[tw5] Re: SNR Plugin

2019-03-07 Thread @TiddlyTweeter
Ciao Mohammad I have developed a few regular expressions that illustrate both beginner and more advanced use in TW. My problem is how to get them to you! :-) What I mean is they really need some kind of data structure for the different settings or it will get too complicated to be useful.

[tw5] Re: SNR Plugin

2019-03-07 Thread Mohammad
Thanks Josiah for the feedback! I will record these issues to see if I can find a solution! Jeremy hint on adding and inserting newline is great, but it needs alot of programming as I have to scan the replaceWith text box and find all \n and then convert then to a newline using Jeremy hint! By

[tw5] Re: SNR Plugin

2019-03-07 Thread @TiddlyTweeter
Ciao Mohammad Excellent! The new version handles everything, even *"""*. Its a full regular expression engine! Brilliant! It is problematic we are currently unable to insert *\n* or *\t *because in TW we often need to insert blank lines. Hopefully someone will have a solution? It is also a

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

2019-03-07 Thread Diego Mesa
Hey Josiah It was the last point you made that really clarified it for me - the difference engine visualization confused m. Thanks! Diego On Thursday, March 7, 2019 at 11:59:36 AM UTC-6, @TiddlyTweeter wrote: > > Diego, > > You are right. It does look odd. But it IS working fine. The reason

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

2019-03-07 Thread @TiddlyTweeter
Diego, You are right. It does look odd. But it IS working fine. The reason why it appears odd is ... -- you run in "multi-line" mode and that means the match string always matches to first point that matches in the field. In this case the last two letters of This". -- because your match

[tw5] Re: SNR Plugin

2019-03-07 Thread Mohammad
SNR is part of Tiddler Commander. In new update of Commander the SNR can be found under SNR operation tab. --Mohammad -- 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

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

2019-03-07 Thread Mohammad
SNR is released as a plugin. This thread is closed here and a new thread is started to discuss the SNR plugin. To follow the discussion from new thread have a look at https://groups.google.com/d/msg/tiddlywiki/mkx1hZVH-I4/IeyC_GccBAAJ I appreciate your feedback --Mohammad -- You received

[tw5] SNR Plugin

2019-03-07 Thread Mohammad
*Announcement: SNR Plugin* *Date: March 7th, 2019* *What is SNR?* This is a simple script, search-n-replace (*SNR*) to search in tiddler contents (including all fields) for a search-Value and replace them with replace-Value. It even can make search-n-replace in tiddler titles. Demo:

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

2019-03-07 Thread Jan
Hello Community. 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? Ahoi Jan -- You

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

2019-03-07 Thread PMario
@Ste ... That's a great source! http://stephenteacher.tiddlyspot.com/ -m -- 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.

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

2019-03-07 Thread Jeremy Ruston
I believe that the problem here is browser security: they think nobody would want a website that fullscreens itself without permission when it opens, and so they implement a restriction whereby fullscreen can only be entered within a user-triggered event handler (e.g. a button). Best wishes

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

2019-03-07 Thread 'Andreas Hahn' via TiddlyWiki
Hi Adam, unfortunately, the simple answer to this is: `tm-full-screen` will never work as a startup action, as these actions run before the rootwidget is initialized to listen for and handle these messages. It could work if you figure out a way to delay the action, but I'm not sure how one

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

2019-03-07 Thread Hubert
Hi Adam, I've been successfully using startup actions to manipulate variables, set fields, create tiddlers etc. but the one thing I still could not get it to action are widget messages, like tm-full-screen. I'm not quite sure why. For the record, the above code could be simplified to this. It

[tw5] Re: Porting some nice palettes to tiddlywiki

2019-03-07 Thread BurningTreeC
> 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. > Hi Thomas, no codemirror or highlighter palette required or asked for, absolutely not I've added the "Nord"