[tw5] Re: No editor toolbar displaying when editing a tiddler?

2019-03-10 Thread Mohammad
Clear it. Use the default one. Just clear, it will choose the right one for tw5 -- 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: No editor toolbar displaying when editing a tiddler?

2019-03-10 Thread Suzanne McHale
It's just got the default application/x-tiddler (I don't usually alter it for standard tiddlers). On Monday, March 11, 2019 at 3:57:11 PM UTC+11, TonyM wrote: > > Check if your tiddler had the type field set, at the bottom in edit mode. > Clear to get the editor toolbar buttone. > > Lets us

[tw5] No editor toolbar displaying when editing a tiddler?

2019-03-10 Thread TonyM
Check if your tiddler had the type field set, at the bottom in edit mode. Clear to get the editor toolbar buttone. Lets us know if that was not it. Tony -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop

[tw5] Re: TW Components

2019-03-10 Thread Mohammad
Documentation will be completed soon! --Mohammad On Monday, March 11, 2019 at 8:07:30 AM UTC+3:30, Mohammad wrote: > > *Announcement*: TW Components > > *Date: Mar 11th, 2019* > > *Demo: https://tw-scripts.github.io/TW-Components/ > * > *Code:

[tw5] TW Components

2019-03-10 Thread Mohammad
*Announcement*: TW Components *Date: Mar 11th, 2019* *Demo: https://tw-scripts.github.io/TW-Components/* *Code: https://github.com/tw-scripts/TW-Components* Ref: https://groups.google.com/d/msg/tiddlywiki/kwCNXHPATlg/QFtEoGViCAAJ Concept The current status of Tiddlywiki allows creating

[tw5] Strange JavaScript red window error

2019-03-10 Thread Mohammad
Consider this small macro using stateTitle and stateIndex for reveal widget! \define toggle-button(stateTiddler:"$:/state/toggle", stateIndex:"status", class:"") <$reveal type="nomatch" stateTitle=<<__stateTiddler__>> stateIndex=<<__stateIndex__>> text="open"> <$button

[tw5] Re: The brilliance of Bob

2019-03-10 Thread Donald Coates
Absolute and unequivocal agreement from over here. My daily driver for personal use. Thank you for the chance to share in the kudos. -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails

[tw5] No editor toolbar displaying when editing a tiddler?

2019-03-10 Thread Suzanne McHale
The editor toolbar displays normally when creating a new tiddler, but it does not display when editing one (this is in the latest version of Firefox 65) - there is just a dropdown arrow and a blank space. Is this intentional? [image: tw-no-editor-toolbar-when-editing.jpg] -- You received this

[tw5] Re: [ToDoNow] A bug on the drop-down list of tags

2019-03-10 Thread Wei-Ting Lin
Hi Thomas, It works! Thank for such a quick response. This plugin is very nice. It help me for unifying the todo list and my notes. On Sunday, March 10, 2019 at 6:12:07 PM UTC-5, Thomas Elmiger wrote: > > The newest versions of ToDoNow and Listreveal should fix this. > > Please make a backup

[tw5] Re: TiddlyWiki Use case: Presenting collection of publication records by topics

2019-03-10 Thread TonyM
Adrian, Thanks for sharing, it's content is interesting one its own. What you have done is I imaging repeatable for may subjects and research. If you could generalise it wit would be great, then publish as an edition. The first release could simply be your existing one less the content,

[tw5] Re: Suggestions for stand-alone, mobile TW files?

2019-03-10 Thread 'Mark S.' via TiddlyWiki
Yes! I thought that there was another version. Perhaps this link should be use in tiddlymap? That looks good. My main concern was that the TW file be application-focused, allowing a user to immediately get started without having to bat away additional projects (even if those projects might be

[tw5] Re: Suggestions for stand-alone, mobile TW files?

2019-03-10 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi Mark, You are probably looking for this version of ToDoNow: https://tid.li/tw5/tdn.html – I will have to update it soon, so you can tell me beforehand if this suits your wishes concerning size/number of plugins. Cheers, Thomas Am Sonntag, 10. März 2019 19:01:40 UTC+1 schrieb Mark S.: > >

[tw5] Re: [ToDoNow] A bug on the drop-down list of tags

2019-03-10 Thread Thomas Elmiger
The newest versions of ToDoNow and Listreveal should fix this. Please make a backup and try - ToDoNow in version 1.2.15 - Listreveal in version 0.3.30 from https://tid.li/tw5/plugins.html All the best, Thomas -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups

[tw5] Re: TiddlyWiki Use case: Presenting collection of publication records by topics

2019-03-10 Thread Watt
Thanks for posting this Adrian. On the TW side I agree with S.S. - breaking everything down into smaller units might be another possible refinement. For example a straight bibliographic list, in one place, of all the sources that you have finally used and classified would be interesting. It

[tw5] Re: Suggestions for stand-alone, mobile TW files?

2019-03-10 Thread TonyM
Mark, I do not think it unreasonable to compile an "edition" consisting of others tools and solutions especially if you are targeting a use case such as mobile or delivering it to a platform such as quinoid. Such developments in effect promote the solutions you package. Many authors may want

[tw5] Re: [ToDoNow] A bug on the drop-down list of tags

2019-03-10 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi, As I use ToDoNow only in single page wikis until now, I have never experienced this ... but I can reproduce the bug now and will try to fix it next week. Thanks for reporting it. Thomas Am Sonntag, 10. März 2019 21:25:49 UTC+1 schrieb Wei-Ting Lin: > > On my machine, every time when I

[tw5] [ToDoNow] A bug on the drop-down list of tags

2019-03-10 Thread Wei-Ting Lin
On my machine, every time when I reopen or refresh the wiki, the ToDoNow has blank drop-down lists, as shown below. I can select "All projects" from the drop-down lists and the todo item I created will be shown. This is not a big deal but a little bothering. Does anyone have the same issue or

Re: [tw5] Re: An old found - but could be very useful - TW + R

2019-03-10 Thread CHUN LI
Thanks Joshua. The visualisation in VisNetwork is also a little bit different from TiddlyMap. See you a node is highlighted when click on it? Cheers Chun On Mon, 11 Mar 2019 at 7:31 AM, Joshua Fontany wrote: > I just found the R implementation myself. I used R briefly while working > with

[tw5] Re: The brilliance of Bob

2019-03-10 Thread Joshua Fontany
I agree Josiah. I use the node.nj version of Bob, and it is now an essential part of my workflow. I reserve my BobWiki for only managing other wikis - no other content or plugins. Then I have a DevWiki with a task list and a kanban board. Then the wikis I'm currently working with. Best,

[tw5] Re: Suggestions for stand-alone, mobile TW files?

2019-03-10 Thread @TiddlyTweeter
Mark S. Good you ask. Thank you! One thing. I would ask Thomas to do a reduced "ToDoNow Essentials", mobile friendly, suited to what you are thinking. TDN, works well on my phone BTW. Best wishes Josiah On Sunday, 10 March 2019 19:01:40 UTC+1, Mark S. wrote: > > I'm looking for suggestions

[tw5] Re: An old found - but could be very useful - TW + R

2019-03-10 Thread Joshua Fontany
I just found the R implementation myself. I used R briefly while working with Microsoft, but didn't get a chance to really dive into it. Thanks for the links. Best, Joshua F On Sunday, March 10, 2019 at 3:17:20 AM UTC-7, CHUN LI wrote: > > I just want to share another great work I found,

[tw5] Suggestions for stand-alone, mobile TW files?

2019-03-10 Thread 'Mark S.' via TiddlyWiki
I'm looking for suggestions for complete, stand-alone mobile apps to put in the configurable (if you like JSON) download section of a mobile app. The "stand-alone" bit is important. There's a lot of good projects out there, but some of them have been compiled with unrelated projects, which

[tw5] Re: Porting some nice palettes to tiddlywiki

2019-03-10 Thread JD
Hi BTC, I just saw this and oh my.. I am inlove with this palette. This is "the one" for me. Thank you for sharing!!! Also, I am very very late, but I also just saw your very helpful step-by-step on how to contribute a palette to the repository! Will now try that. Thanks again you awesome

[tw5] Re: TiddlyWiki Use case: Presenting collection of publication records by topics

2019-03-10 Thread Adrian Kee
Dear S. S. Thanks for all the tips. The bit on tagging AUTHORS is especially insightful. thanks. adrian On Sunday, March 10, 2019 at 1:12:15 PM UTC+8, S. S. wrote: > > Adrian, > > There is a lot of information in that collection! > > A small input I can give is in these two tiddlers: 4. FAQ

[tw5] Re: Porting some nice palettes to tiddlywiki

2019-03-10 Thread @TiddlyTweeter
We need many things from the *Twilight Zone*. This is one. J. Thomas Elmiger wrote: > > I attach my *Twilight* palette and hereby grant you and others all > necessary rights ... > -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe

Re: [tw5] Re: Porting some nice palettes to tiddlywiki

2019-03-10 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi BTC, Thank you, that would be very kind of you. Obviously a detail I missed. Cheers, Thomas sent from my mobile BurningTreeC schrieb am So., 10. März 2019, 14:11: > Hi BTC >> >> I attach my *Twilight* palette and hereby grant you and others all >> necessary rights to use it for whatever

[tw5] Re: The brilliance of Bob

2019-03-10 Thread @TiddlyTweeter
repeat for email ... On Sunday, 10 March 2019 14:29:23 UTC+1, @TiddlyTweeter wrote: > > I have not said much about Bob (EXE version) recently. > > This is because its proved stable, flexible and, basically, brilliant. > > I use Bob now for all active work > > It is a serious achievement by Jed

[tw5] Re: TiddlyWiki Use case: Presenting collection of publication records by topics

2019-03-10 Thread Adrian Kee
Thanks for your comments, Mohammad. yes... there was a fair bit of copying and pasting... i. I did not use the BibTeX plugin for this, but I will keep that in mind for the future. ii. The suggestion is a very sound one, which will . But I was also considering how others may want to copy and

[tw5] Re: Porting some nice palettes to tiddlywiki

2019-03-10 Thread BurningTreeC
> > Hi BTC > > I attach my *Twilight* palette and hereby grant you and others all > necessary rights to use it for whatever you like, including using it or > parts of it or a new, improved version of it for a pull request towards > tiddlywiki.com :) > > So feel free to add codemirror or

[tw5] Re: Porting some nice palettes to tiddlywiki

2019-03-10 Thread BurningTreeC
> > Hi BTC > > I attach my *Twilight* palette and hereby grant you and others all > necessary rights to use it for whatever you like, including using it or > parts of it or a new, improved version of it for a pull request towards > tiddlywiki.com :) > > So feel free to add codemirror or

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

2019-03-10 Thread Mohammad
Added to TW-Scripts On Friday, March 8, 2019 at 3:13:56 PM UTC+3:30, Siniy-Kit wrote: > > Here is my google table +gs script in it > https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1LJKSexFKRh6EpWeDTvgbYNBZhhf-TmV3E7c0PvVdS-s/copy > > this table generates this shop >

[tw5] Re: Porting some nice palettes to tiddlywiki

2019-03-10 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi BTC I attach my *Twilight* palette and hereby grant you and others all necessary rights to use it for whatever you like, including using it or parts of it or a new, improved version of it for a pull request towards tiddlywiki.com :) So feel free to add codemirror or highlighter styles if

[tw5] An old found - but could be very useful - TW + R

2019-03-10 Thread CHUN LI
I just want to share another great work I found, TiddlyWIkiR https://github.com/dmontaner/TiddlyWikiR I am trying to see the potentials of using R, VisNetwork, TiddlyMap, Google sheets, and of course TW5. https://datastorm-open.github.io/visNetwork/ Cheers, Chun -- You received this

[tw5] Re: File cabinet ToC- taking ToC perhaps too far

2019-03-10 Thread Mohammad
Wonderful barro! Yes, please share the code with community! --Mohammad On Sunday, March 10, 2019 at 10:10:51 AM UTC+3:30, barro...@gmail.com wrote: > > Created for a kids interactive (novel) adventure story so bear with the > silliness :) > > A tiddler for a "graphical" ToC, tagged to display

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

2019-03-10 Thread CHUN LI
Hi Siniy-Kit, May I suggest you to announce this great work as a plugin? I think it is a really creative way to use TW5 and Google API. Jeremy, do you think this will be appropriate and beneficial? Kind regards, Chun On Saturday, March 9, 2019 at 4:00:33 PM UTC+13, CHUN LI wrote: > > Hi

[tw5] Re: Tidgraph: Backlinks

2019-03-10 Thread Mohammad
Hi Leopold! Offtopic (not an answer to your question) This is great viewtemplate! Great to know relation of other tiddlers to current one! --Mohammad Added to TW-Scripts On Sunday, March 10, 2019 at 11:00:38 AM UTC+3:30, Leopold Bloom wrote: > > Tidgraph Question. > > I currently have set

[tw5] Re: Saving TW classic in modern browsers

2019-03-10 Thread PMario
Hi, Have a look at: https://pmario.github.io/file-backups/ have fun! mario -- 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

Re: [tw5] Tidgraph: Backlinks

2019-03-10 Thread CHUN LI
It’s good to have tidgraphbbeing asked! It’s an amazing tool. I spent some time last year on using it but found the filter works differently as I expected. It’s a old plugin and I was looking forward to see the new version from the creator. On Sun, 10 Mar 2019 at 8:30 PM, Leopold Bloom wrote: >