[tw5] Re: TW5: Indirect referencing for external files

2019-03-20 Thread TonyM
A server app to run node on android is turmux and at least one other. Bob can be installed on that. Tony -- 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: My DATE is misbehavin'

2019-03-20 Thread TonyM
Mark, What do you mean "buffered" dates"? Here is my further research notes, illistrated with below code Review notes - Modified and Created are saved as UTC time, but the field transcluded adjusts it for local time, and shows the offset - If we use the Get filter operator to

Re: [tw5] Re: Some help with Tekan Kanban

2019-03-20 Thread Joshua Fontany
Bump. Tekan/Tekkan is awesome. Definitely interested in seeing this get developed more once I wrap up my JSON Tiddlywiki projects. Best, Joshua F -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving

[tw5] Re: TW5: Indirect referencing for external files

2019-03-20 Thread Donald Coates
I'd love to see that Mark. I use the node version because I find it so much better to be able to look at and manipulate individual files. I upload/import the files the normal way into the tiddler directory then I have a script for when the server is restarted that moves files to their

[tw5] Re: My DATE is misbehavin'

2019-03-20 Thread 'Mark S.' via TiddlyWiki
I was surprised. All the buffered dates show up correctly. I guess the "[UTC]" designation in the format fixes the offset internally. -- Mark On Wednesday, March 20, 2019 at 4:02:01 PM UTC-7, TonyM wrote: > > Mark, > > The important bit is to set the *title* to the variable. >> > > Yes, as I

[tw5] Re: My DATE is misbehavin'

2019-03-20 Thread TonyM
The generalised macro. Observe my outstanding issue, - passing variables in the source parameter, *and how good is the mixed version?* Regards Tony \define new-date(format:"[UTC]0MM0DD0",source: "<><><>000") <$wikify name="date" text="$source$" > <$view tiddler=<>

[tw5] Re: My DATE is misbehavin'

2019-03-20 Thread TonyM
Mark, The important bit is to set the *title* to the variable. > Yes, as I said this opens many possibilities. As part of my comprehensive review of dates, I used this hack to produce examples of building a date from fields/variables and state tiddlers. This should satisfy the Original post,

[tw5] Re: My DATE is misbehavin'

2019-03-20 Thread 'Mark S.' via TiddlyWiki
The important bit is to set the *title* to the variable. On Wednesday, March 20, 2019 at 3:15:41 PM UTC-7, TonyM wrote: > > Mark and ss > > Good find. So we can say to feed a value into the view template for > formatting you set the tiddler to that value? > > this may be a way to feed other

[tw5] Re: My DATE is misbehavin'

2019-03-20 Thread TonyM
Mark and ss Good find. So we can say to feed a value into the view template for formatting you set the tiddler to that value? this may be a way to feed other variables into other widgets that do not accept variables. Good hack tip. Regards Tony -- You received this message because you are

Re: [tw5] TiddlyWiki .md Files

2019-03-20 Thread stefano franchi
You may want to consider that transclusion and double bracket linking do not work in MD (AFAIK). The former was a killer for me and I switched back to TW text. Cheers, S. On Wed, Mar 20, 2019 at 5:06 AM talha131 wrote: > Thank you. > > -- > You received this message because you are

Re: [tw5] Re: Refnotes plugin

2019-03-20 Thread Olegh Bondarenko
Thanks, Mohammad, I'll definitely give my feedback shortly. Olegh Bondarenko http://bit.ly/OleghBond ср, 20 бер. 2019 о 21:29 Mohammad пише: > Dear all, > I am pleased to announce a new release of Refnotes. This release is > published in collaboration with Mark S. > > The new release

[tw5] Re: Refnotes plugin

2019-03-20 Thread Mohammad
Dear all, I am pleased to announce a new release of Refnotes. This release is published in collaboration with Mark S. The new release includes - A new macro to create table of references - An extensive documentation - Demos and helps - Improved find macro I appreciate your

[tw5] Changing Tab behaviour

2019-03-20 Thread eijnuhs
Hello, I am wondering if its possible to change the behaviour of the "Tab" button? Currently, it just moves between fields but I would prefer it to insert a tab space. After digging around, only found an older post

[tw5] Re: My DATE is misbehavin'

2019-03-20 Thread S. S.
Mark, that's AMAZING! <$set name="date" value="20190317000"> <$view tiddler=<> field="title" format="date" template="[UTC] DDD DDth MMM "/> <$set> Result: *Sunday 17th March 2019* And it matters not if there is a tiddler titled: 20190317000 Thank you so much. Cheers. On

Re: [tw5] Re: Announcing 4 New Plugins (sort of)

2019-03-20 Thread Mohammad
Hi admls, Sure I will comment on GitHub! On Wednesday, March 20, 2019 at 6:18:11 PM UTC+3:30, admls wrote: > > Hi @Mohammad, > > Many thanks on this admls. Please do not forget to have a look at > w3.org (https://www.w3.org/TR/css-scroll-snap-1/) > > > Are you referencing this in

[tw5] Re: A question of rendering

2019-03-20 Thread Mohammad
Mario, Many thanks for clarifications! Best Mohammad On Wednesday, March 20, 2019 at 6:31:59 PM UTC+3:30, PMario wrote: > > On Wednesday, March 20, 2019 at 1:16:36 PM UTC+1, Mohammad wrote: >> >> Hello Mario, >> Thank you! when you say the hidden part is removed from DOM, does it >> mean the

[tw5] Re: A question of rendering

2019-03-20 Thread PMario
On Wednesday, March 20, 2019 at 1:16:36 PM UTC+1, Mohammad wrote: > > Hello Mario, > Thank you! when you say the hidden part is removed from DOM, does it mean > the script inside the ELSE-part will not be run? In other words, if retain > is set to no (default) and content is hidden, does still

[tw5] Re: My DATE is misbehavin'

2019-03-20 Thread 'Mark S.' via TiddlyWiki
Just looking at the view widget code. There's a loophole that will allow you to display a utc date: <$list filter="201901010" > <$view field="title" format="date"/> This works as long as there is no actual tiddler "201901010" . Actually, maybe it works even if there is, but I

Re: [tw5] Re: Announcing 4 New Plugins (sort of)

2019-03-20 Thread admls
Hi Everybody, Here's the repo where you can raise these issues/bugs/feature requests on github: https://github.com/admls/Mentat Sorry I neglected to post that earlier. It would really help me if you could raise issues over there. This thread is getting bloated and it is sort of difficult to

Re: [tw5] Re: Announcing 4 New Plugins (sort of)

2019-03-20 Thread admls
Hi @Mohammad, Many thanks on this admls. Please do not forget to have a look at w3.org (https://www.w3.org/TR/css-scroll-snap-1/) Are you referencing this in connection to getting the volant tiddlers to snap to the side/top/bottom or is this a different feature you're looking for? I'm

[tw5] Re: My DATE is misbehavin'

2019-03-20 Thread TonyM
S S, Given this reoccurring issue I am taking a deep dive into dates and UTC as I did previously with the days operator. I have gained a much deeper understanding and will share the results shortly (80% completed) The aforementioned inability to convert a variable to a date is clearly a

Re: [tw5] Re: Announcing 4 New Plugins (sort of)

2019-03-20 Thread TonyM
Admls, all for maximise, if you have a restore or intermediate window size so on multi screen as maximise would consume both screens. Great work Tony -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop

[tw5] Re: My DATE is misbehavin'

2019-03-20 Thread S. S.
Mark, Don't we already have all the javascript code we need in: $:/core/modules/utils/utils.js exports.formatDateString = function(date,template) { etc. I wish the *<$text>* widget could be extended for date formats, or

[tw5] Re: A question of rendering

2019-03-20 Thread Mohammad
Hello Mario, Thank you! when you say the hidden part is removed from DOM, does it mean the script inside the ELSE-part will not be run? In other words, if retain is set to no (default) and content is hidden, does still TW processes that script? I think in TW, most of the case rendering

[tw5] Re: A question of rendering

2019-03-20 Thread PMario
Hi Mohammad, Have a look here: https://tiddlywiki.com/#RevealWidget Especially the retain parameter. TW has to calculate the condition for both widgets, _but_ the hidden elements are removed from the DOM, by default. So if the content is hidden, It won't cause any performance impact, since

[tw5] A question of rendering

2019-03-20 Thread Mohammad
I use frequently the $reveal widget to do conditional operations within s macros. For example in the below macro I have two parts, one part with match criteria (say IF-part) and one part with nomatch criteria (say ELSE-part) \define myMac(a:"Empty") <$reveal type="nomatch" text="Empty"

Re: [tw5] TiddlyWiki .md Files

2019-03-20 Thread talha131
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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] TiddlyWiki .md Files

2019-03-20 Thread 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/ If so then is there a list of plugins and themes that can be added in

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

2019-03-20 Thread talha131
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[tw5] Re: How to escape backtick in tiddly wiki markup?

2019-03-20 Thread Ton Gerner
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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 > >

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

2019-03-20 Thread talha131
How do I escape backtick ` in tiddly wiki markup? I have tried ` but it didn’t work. In Markdown double backticks do the trick , like ``foo` `` produces foo` What’s the equivalent for tiddly wiki? ​ -- You received this message because you

Re: [tw5] Re: Announcing 4 New Plugins (sort of)

2019-03-20 Thread Mohammad
> > > Hi @Mohammad, > > I was just planning on adding some hooks to the main plugins and then > hooking in with addons. The mechanism you linked to is really fascinating. > I'll have to give it a more thorough look. > > I think the snap idea is great. It shouldn't be hard to add the minimal >

Re: [tw5] Re: Announcing 4 New Plugins (sort of)

2019-03-20 Thread admls
Hi @TiddlyTweeter, I originally came to TW as a solution for writing as well. In a lot of ways, that has driven the development of Mentat. Like you say, it still has a ways to go. But It would be great to get your feedback throughout the process. Hi @Mohammad, I was just planning on adding

[tw5] Re: TonyM - Sharing current thoughts and activities in TiddlyWiki

2019-03-20 Thread TonyM
hp03, Thanks for your response, I will work through all your ideas in time.. Without going in too far I would first point out, I use Bob especially bobWin.exe and it is fantastic. You are correct it sits on top of node, it's only single file handling is that you can save a wiki out as a