[tw5] Re: Cardo beta release

2019-04-08 Thread James A Bernard
Hi David, Thanks for the info. I'll give it a go. Will this work on Android too? With the Nextcloud app? or would I have to use a separate sync app? My server uses lightspeed (rather than NGINX or Apache) and I can install nodejs on the server too, would that help? Cheers James On Tuesday, 9

[tw5] Re: Cardo beta release

2019-04-08 Thread David Szego
Hi James, glad you like it. I do the same - use Cardo through my NextCloud. There's a couple of steps. First, you have to get an instance of TW / Cardo running on a server somewhere, which you can use like any other instance of TW. i.e. you run it under Node.js and it saves properly etc.

[tw5] Re: Query -- Changing creation date in a human actionable way? -- #creationDate

2019-04-08 Thread TonyM
Josiah, I concur with mario. Both created and modified can be used to drive a number of processes and systems and should not be played with as it compromises the wiki. Using a date picker or allowing time stamping a value into another date field can make this so easy. You can even add the

[tw5] Re: A quiet Date

2019-04-08 Thread S. S.
I'm glad Josiah made a post yesterday: Query -- Changing creation date in a human actionable way? -- #creationDate I thought, of course this <> macro can do it! But it couldn't!! Reason: The date result was being output

[tw5] Re: Cardo beta release

2019-04-08 Thread James A Bernard
Greetings, Thank you for putting this together and sharing it. I have been trying get Cardo to work in the cloud, namely Nextcloud on my server. I've asked Nextcloud for their help too. I store the file on my server. I open on android firefox and input some info and save. I then sync with

[tw5] Re: Query -- Changing creation date in a human actionable way? -- #creationDate

2019-04-08 Thread PMario
On Monday, April 8, 2019 at 9:58:27 AM UTC+2, @TiddlyTweeter wrote: > > I want to manipulate creation times so that filters will work to produce a > correct date ordering for a CV via filters in the simplest fashion. > hmmm, IMO a very bad idea. ... You should never touch the tiddler "created"

[tw5] Re: this publication and the visualisation is great - Niklas Luhmann Archiv

2019-04-08 Thread PMario
Hi, A very interesting approach. Thx for sharing! -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. To post to this

Re: [tw5] Save directly Tiddlywiki 5 file to GitHub

2019-04-08 Thread Jeremy Ruston
I’ve made a first cut at a saver to save directly to GitHub: https://github.com/Jermolene/TiddlyWiki5/commit/aa5eaa98fcb8658dbc2b93476c2e09c9207439d8 It works similarly to the upload saver that is used

[tw5] Re: A good news for Tiddlywiki User on Windows

2019-04-08 Thread Mohammad
Tiddlywiki looks great in EdgeChromium! On Tuesday, April 9, 2019 at 1:04:54 AM UTC+4:30, Mohammad wrote: > > *GoodBye EdgeHTML, Hello EdgeChromium* > > When Microsoft announced it would stop work on EdgeHTML and switch the > Edge browser over to Chromium, we had many questions. Some, like if

[tw5] A good news for Tiddlywiki User on Windows

2019-04-08 Thread Mohammad
*GoodBye EdgeHTML, Hello EdgeChromium* When Microsoft announced it would stop work on EdgeHTML and switch the Edge browser over to Chromium, we had many questions. Some, like if the switch meant gaining Chrome Extensions support, were answered pretty quickly. But the big question has been,

Re: [tw5] Release of Navigator Theme (beta) & a predecessor as a bonus

2019-04-08 Thread Watt
Very nice on mobile, thanks a lot Thomas! It's sparking joy. -- 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

Re: [tw5] Release of Navigator Theme (beta) & a predecessor as a bonus

2019-04-08 Thread Jan
Hello Thomas, great look, lots of great Elements ... chapeau. Keep on tinkering and tiddlin' ! Jan Am 08.04.2019 um 18:58 schrieb Thomas Elmiger: Hello community, https://tid.li/tw5/themes.html is live and updated and much more is not likely to happen during the next days and weeks. So this

[tw5] Release of Navigator Theme (beta) & a predecessor as a bonus

2019-04-08 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hello community, https://tid.li/tw5/themes.html is live and updated and much more is not likely to happen during the next days and weeks. So this is as good as it gets at the moment, feedback is welcome but will take some time to digest on my side. There are two themes available: mainly ...

Re: [tw5] Save directly Tiddlywiki 5 file to GitHub

2019-04-08 Thread Mohammad
Many Thanks Jeremy! TW deserves to have that capability Best Mohammad On Monday, April 8, 2019 at 3:14:18 PM UTC+4:30, Jeremy Ruston wrote: > > Hi Mohammad > > Referring to: https://github.com/Jermolene/TiddlyWiki5/issues/3890 > > And the nice https://github.com/38911BytesFree/TiddlyWiki > > >

[tw5] Re: The best of JavaScript, HTML and CSS

2019-04-08 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Categories/tags suggestion: Blog, Static site generator 50 characters description: Framework for HTML apps: on-/offline and Node.js *A longer text seems not necessary if you look at the examples here: https://github.com/michaelrambeau/bestofjs/issues* Cheers, Thomas -- You received this

[tw5] Re: "tags" comments and questions

2019-04-08 Thread TonyM
folks First can I say I support the idea of tags and other curation however Can I remind everyone of a long standing practice in this forum that if you cant find an existing answer feel free to ask the question. Sometimes question need to be asked agin because new answers are available.

[tw5] this puplication and the visualisation is great - Niklas Luhmann Archiv

2019-04-08 Thread Cyrill
Hey, found this in the news. This show sometthing of the Plugin KIN-Filter and great visualisation of icons of non-hierarchical information to step through the connected information. https://niklas-luhmann-archiv.de/bestand/zettelkasten/zettel/ZK_1_NB_6-3-2_V I think that this attempt and

[tw5] Widgets that store a string into a variable

2019-04-08 Thread TonyM
ha ha I wont answer because you asked and at the moment I cant remember. I am not sure if I should mention macro definitions as they are not widgets. Tony -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop

Re: [tw5] When syncing TW, modified date of duplicate tiddlers is updated

2019-04-08 Thread talha131
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Re: [tw5] Save directly Tiddlywiki 5 file to GitHub

2019-04-08 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Mohammad > Referring to: https://github.com/Jermolene/TiddlyWiki5/issues/3890 > > And the nice https://github.com/38911BytesFree/TiddlyWiki That is very interesting, I'm sorry I missed it when it was first released. More to the point, I missed the existence of the GitHub APIs that it uses

[tw5] Re: "tags" comments and questions

2019-04-08 Thread @TiddlyTweeter
S.S., many good points! S. S. wrote: > > > Knowing which are the right tags to choose - that lead to finding topics > that address the issue you are interested in - is not easy. > >- *question* : I guess 90% of topics are questions - still this is >useful if it's solved and later

[tw5] Re: Google "tags" comments and questions

2019-04-08 Thread @TiddlyTweeter
Ciao Birthe, No. I doubt it. I think for that you need someway to orientate what you are doing. I may be wrong. But I can't see how its yet that helpful--other than a tag can reduce the number of posts you see. But many relevant posts you should see *won't be visible*. So it can look

[tw5] Re: "tags" comments and questions

2019-04-08 Thread @TiddlyTweeter
Ciao Mark S. & S.S. & all, Mark S. wrote: > > That would be an excellent tag. I feel the tags we're given are too vague. > Right. If a tag is too broad you just revert back to the problem of overwhelm. The google search page doesn't give you any help by telling you what tags > to use. >

[tw5] Re: Query -- Order fields in editor? #editorFields

2019-04-08 Thread @TiddlyTweeter
Repeat for email ... On Monday, 8 April 2019 10:31:56 UTC+2, @TiddlyTweeter wrote: > > This is quite an issue for some applications for me. > > I really needs fields presented in a specific order in the editor, not > alphabetic, sometimes. This becomes more important the more fields you have. >

[tw5] Re: Query -- Changing creation date in a human readable way?

2019-04-08 Thread @TiddlyTweeter
Repeat for email. On Monday, 8 April 2019 09:58:27 UTC+2, @TiddlyTweeter wrote: > > I want to manipulate creation times so that filters will work to produce a > correct date ordering for a CV via filters in the simplest fashion. > > This means editing the creation field so the date matches the

Re: [tw5] Searching In Tiddler Fields

2019-04-08 Thread PMario
Hi, Have a look at my field-search plugin . There is an intro video, if you follow the link. -m -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe from this