[tw] Re: Automagically keeping track of related tiddlers

2017-10-19 Thread PMario
Hi, 
There is no simple solution for this. 

IMO using tags is the closest way here, for topics that belong together. 

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[tw] Re: [TW5] Help please - simple Question?

2017-10-19 Thread PMario

<$list filter="[tagsort[title]]" variable="type">
<$checkbox tag=<> > Set <>


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[tw] Re: New (Limited) Saver for chrome, ff

2017-10-19 Thread PMario
On Thursday, October 19, 2017 at 1:48:27 AM UTC+2, Mark S. wrote:

> It seems to be working, though I don't know how often it makes a backup.
>

According to the code, it seems to create 1 backup per day. ... But you are 
not allowed to mess with the filesystem, since the plugin can't recognize 
any changes, since there is no file API ... 

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[tw] Re: Reveal widget with nonempty field

2017-10-19 Thread PMario
On Wednesday, October 18, 2017 at 10:54:35 PM UTC+2, Diego Mesa wrote:
>
> Thanks Mario! You're the best! 
>

:)

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[tw] Re: Reveal widget with nonempty field

2017-10-18 Thread PMario
Hi Diego, 

See attachment and only import: aka-macros

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aka-macros-v2.json
Description: application/json


[tw] Re: New (Limited) Saver for chrome, ff

2017-10-18 Thread PMario
On Wednesday, October 18, 2017 at 9:55:12 PM UTC+2, Mark S. wrote:

> Is this supposed to work *with* the existing firefox extension? Or should 
> that be removed and/or disabled?
>

IMO it will be a replacement, once FF57 is out. I'm pretty sure it causes 
problems, if you use TiddlyFox and this one together. 
 

> In your instructions, for the FF people you should state that you need to 
> load the manifest file.
>

IMO this is only important for devs and alpha testers atm, since the plugin 
is gone when the browser is closed. 

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[tw] Re: Reveal widget with nonempty field

2017-10-18 Thread PMario
On Wednesday, October 18, 2017 at 7:51:16 PM UTC+2, Diego Mesa wrote:
>
> Thanks Mario - I just wasn't sure if once bundled it would be more of a 
> package which is easier to install and uninstall.  
>

At the moment it's easier to tweak, since all the files are visible. ... 
and you can easily delete the test-tiddlers. 

You just need to keep: 

aka-footer ... footer template, that contains a refined version of Jed's 
footer code
aka-macros ... 3 macros ... refined, but based on Mark's code
alias-list ... tiddler linked list + all aliases 



Once it is a plugin, all the files will be shadow tiddlers, that are "kind 
of" hidden. And getting the docs and edition right will be more work then 
the functionality itself.  
That's why there is no timeline. 

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[tw] Re: TiddlyWiki and Git

2017-10-18 Thread PMario
On Wednesday, October 18, 2017 at 7:23:33 PM UTC+2, Derek Mahar wrote:
>
> How difficult is it typically to resolve merge conflicts between two 
> TiddlyWiki HTML files?  I'm considering using TiddlyWiki, Nginx, Git, and 
> SSH to share and synchronise my TiddlyWiki notes.
>

As Rob wrote, that's probably not the best way to go. 

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[tw] Re: New (Limited) Saver for chrome, ff

2017-10-18 Thread PMario
On Wednesday, October 18, 2017 at 8:15:23 PM UTC+2, coda coder wrote:
>
> If user were to use firefox profiles - one profile per TW - then the 
> saving location can be set on a per TW basis, anywhere you want.  Right?
>

No only directories relative to the "default download directory" are 
possible. see: 
https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/Add-ons/WebExtensions/API/downloads/download

When I get it working, I'll test, if it follows sym-links in windows. 

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[tw] Re: New (Limited) Saver for chrome, ff

2017-10-18 Thread PMario
On Wednesday, October 18, 2017 at 8:27:44 PM UTC+2, Mark S. wrote:
>
> What exactly are we supposed to download? There's no release copy that I 
> can see, and the extensions directory has multiple js files.
>

You need to download everything. 

In FF you need to import the manifest.json file. ... BUT ... It doesn't 
work on windows systems atm, because the path.separators are wrong there. 

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[tw] Re: New (Limited) Saver for chrome, ff

2017-10-18 Thread PMario
Hi BJ, 

Does it work with FF57? Did you test, if it's possible to symlink the 
backup directory out of the "downloads folder"?

-m

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[tw] Re: Reveal widget with nonempty field

2017-10-18 Thread PMario
On Wednesday, October 18, 2017 at 4:59:41 PM UTC+2, Diego Mesa wrote:
>
> Thank you mario and everyone else who has helped in this thread! I look 
> forward to downloading the "official" macros plugin from you site. 
>

Just to be sure. Have you seen the downloadable attachment from my prior 
post?
IMO there is no need to wait for the final plugin. 

-m

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Re: [tw] Re: [TW5] WebDav Saver Observations.

2017-10-18 Thread PMario
On Wednesday, October 18, 2017 at 3:12:00 PM UTC+2, Lost Admin wrote:
>
> Could someone help me a bit with something? My coding skills are not up to 
> even this simple task sadly.
>
> The WebDAV saver for TiddlyWiki saves using the HTTP PUT method. 
> Unfortunately the Apache and IIS implementations of WebDAV do not respond 
> with the updated ETag header. However, according to the documentation, 
>

Hi, Can you add some links to your docs? Especially the ETag handling 
stuff, that you refer to?
 
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[tw] Re: Reveal widget with nonempty field

2017-10-18 Thread PMario
On Wednesday, October 18, 2017 at 4:00:06 PM UTC+2, Mark S. wrote:
>
> What does the syntax "|?]]" do?
>
> Is there any hope that any of this could end up in the core?
>

IMO |?] is much more visible but as I wrote it is already a valid 
pretty-link for existing TWs. Whereas the |] will be ignored. 
Just compare [[test|?]] with [[test|]]

The standard way to get stuff like this ready for the core is plugins. ... 
If they are a success, we can discuss implementing them into the core. 
Especially in cases like this one, where no consensus is reached yet. 

-m

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[tw] Re: privacy concerns for self-hosted wiki

2017-10-13 Thread PMario
On Friday, October 13, 2017 at 11:29:18 PM UTC+2, Rob Locher wrote:
>
> I have some privacy concerns.  Currently the wiki's only protection is its 
> "secret" URL; anyone who has the URL can edit the wiki.  
>

You should use https://... https://letsencrypt.org/ is the way to go 
here. Your hosting provider may have additional info!
 

> The username and password are pre-populated in the control panel.
>

IMO this in only there because your browser does it. ... So check your 
browser settings and have a look at your saved passwords. ... *Make sure 
you know them*, remove them and have a look at the panel again. 

have fun!
mario

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[tw] Re: Suggestions Box ...

2017-10-12 Thread PMario
On Thursday, October 12, 2017 at 10:41:37 AM UTC+2, Riz wrote:
>
> IMO this can already be done with macors, without any new invention. 
>> -m
>>
> Can you provide an example? So far I failed to replicate the intended 
> results. When I write <$button <>> Hello  it returns an 
> error.
>

 The call I had in mind looks like this: 

<>

A heavily simplified macro implementatoin would be similar to - eg:

title: myButtonMacro
tag: $:/tags/Macro

\define myButton(params label:"click me")
<$button to={{$params$##to}} 
class={{$params$##class}}>"""$label$"""
\end


title: params
type: application/json

{
"class": "myclass",
"to": "params"
 }


call: <>

have fun!
mario
 

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[tw] Re: link in a documentation macro doesn't show up as a reference

2017-10-11 Thread PMario
On Wednesday, October 11, 2017 at 9:45:52 AM UTC+2, AlexHough wrote:
>
> When you create a link in a documentation macro, that link doesn't show up 
> as a reference.
>

That's right. The reference mechanism parses the tiddler source (one level 
deep) and looks for a "type: link" combination in the AST 
, produced by 
[[link-syntax]]

Since a macro call isn't a link, it isn't seen. .. That's "kind of" desired 
behaviour, since link-references should show up in tiddlers that define the 
link and not where they are eg: transcluded. ... 

But IMO they main reason is performance. ... If you would search deeper it 
would be incredibly slow and recursion problems will come up immediately. 
 

> I've started to adapt the documentation macros for my own use, it would be 
> handy if they created a reference in the linked-to tiddler
>

What do you try to achieve? 

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[tw] Re: How to disable automatic renaming file

2017-10-09 Thread PMario
On Monday, October 9, 2017 at 2:29:53 PM UTC+2, TonyM wrote:
>
> I would to love to register some additional extensions or export import 
> additional extensions as text tiddlers.


I first thought, we could add mime-type parameters, __but__ according to 
the spec. They are not dynamic. .. So you need to register them prior to 
using them.

So we would need an additional tiddler field, that would specify and 
overwrite the default ".txt" configuration for text/plain. Since the 
"text/plain" check is hardcoded several times in the TW source, we would 
need to be careful! ... 
 

> so if you know a plugin please pass it on.


There is no plugin atm. 

-mario

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[tw] Re: How to disable automatic renaming file

2017-10-06 Thread PMario
On Friday, October 6, 2017 at 4:09:00 PM UTC+2, Jed Carty wrote:
>
> I am confused about what is going on now. 
>

node.js version has changed behaviour for "writing new files" quite a bit. 
see: http://tiddlywiki.com/#Release%205.1.14 ... Node.js Improvements
especially: Fixed 

 
multiple issues the creation of new tiddler files by the filesystem adaptor 
.. 
in detail: 
https://github.com/Jermolene/TiddlyWiki5/commit/3708f6c8e4f4bf2ea1cb10b0fa685888485f788a
  
... Major refactoring of filesystemadaptor 
 

> Are you exporting a tiddler as a text file (using the export function in 
> tiddlywiki) and giving it a name that ends it .dot?
>

If you crate a new tiddler __and__ immmediately change the type to eg: 
"text/plain" it will be saved as xx.txt and xx.txt.meta
Same for .md and .md.meta  or .css and .css.meta and some others. 

Important: New tiddlers only!

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[tw] Re: [TW5] is ther a way to restrict where a macro is called from?

2017-10-04 Thread PMario
On Tuesday, October 3, 2017 at 11:51:25 PM UTC+2, myst...@gmail.com wrote:
>
> Thanks for the responses. I decided to go with the currentTiddler method, 
> and since this macro is in javascript, 
> some poking around in the tiddlywiki source shows that i can reference 
> this.getvariable("currentTiddler") from inside the macro.
>

TLDR;

IMO you should describe the functionality, that you want to have a bit 
closer. ... I think you want to use an approach that begs for trouble. 

- Reasoning -

Your described approach is very error prone and even you or your users (for 
sure) will break it by accident.

lets say:

tiddlerOK ... is a tiddler where the macro is ok
tiddlerNok ... macro should not run

Now consider this:

tiddlerNok  contains your macro for testing and you call it like this:

tiddlerOK  contains the following code:

{{tiddlerNok}}<-- your macro may work

and

{{||tiddlerNok}}  <-- macro fails since currentTiddler is still set to 
tiddlerOK


The same may happen if you use the <$list> widget with the variable 
parameter set to eg: variable="listItem". ... Inside the widget scope 
currentTiddler isn't set. ... if the variable assignment is missing 
currentTiddler will be set. 

Constructions described above are all over the places. .. So I think it 
will cause you quite some headache. .. If not immediately it may cause very 
hard to find problems in the future. 

just some thoughts!
mario

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[tw] Re: How 'distribute' filter operator on list?

2017-10-02 Thread PMario
On Monday, October 2, 2017 at 2:00:22 PM UTC+2, Mat wrote:
>
> I have thos ToC, i.e using the root tag "menu" and below it an arbitrary 
> number of children and grandchildren (i.e two levels below root, but not 
> more)
>
> menu
>  - house 
>   ---House of Lannister
>   ---House of Stark
> - place
>   ---Winterfell
>   ---Kings Landing
> - ...
>
>
> I want to complete this with a listing (i.e not part of the ToC) for all 
> things that are NOT tagged "house", "place", "...". 
>

Hi Mat, 

Have a look here: 
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!searchin/tiddlywiki/toc$20merge|sort:relevance/tiddlywiki/55zEWhzGF3c/KJsQUnFgCgAJ

I did an experimental bundle. Download it from the link. 

Since it "hardcore" overwrites the core TOC macros and not everything 
works, as I'd like it, I didn't create a plugin. 

Feedback would be very welcome. .. 

Is it worth to create a tocM plugin, out of this experiement?

have fun!
mario  

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[tw] Re: Just Dreaming - click to edit at Cursor

2017-09-29 Thread PMario
On Friday, September 29, 2017 at 3:24:09 PM UTC+2, Danielo Rodríguez wrote:
>
> I was thinking in a solution similar to what Mario has described just some 
> days ago. It should be easy to implement and should provide (at least) an 
> experience close to paragraph editing,


Same as my idea. 
 

> where each paragraph it's a separate tiddler created automatically,


right
 

> and once you leave the paragraph it is set to preview mode.
>

I would like to have a manual "per paragraph" switch and a "toggle all" 
button.
 

> If I have time, I'll try to create a small proof of concept, 


good.
 

> but if Mario has something already I would like to see it too


I did develop the idea, while writing the post. So no code available. ...

-

There is a proof of concept somewhere, with "inline" tiddler editing. ... 
But is has way more UI, that I want to have. I can't find the link atm.

have fun!
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[tw] Re: Just Dreaming - click to edit at Cursor

2017-09-28 Thread PMario
On Thursday, September 28, 2017 at 6:14:42 AM UTC+2, TonyM wrote:
>
> There was a click to edit feature in TWC where clicking in the content 
> would allow you to edit the content,
>

This behaviour was removed by design. For "casual" visitors of your page it 
created a very unexpected behaviour. eg: They wanted to "double-click mark 
content" to copy paste it. When the editor opened, they thought, they broke 
the internet / web page ;)
 

> but It would be really good if once you clicked at a point on the the 
> tiddler it would open for edit with the cursor placed in the text where you 
> clicked (or Double Clicked, Ctrl-Clicked).
>

The rendered HTML text has no knowledge where it came from eg: 

Some text

{{myText}}

may be rendered as 

Some text

Some more text

So what should clicking Some more text, do now? ... 

Either open the tiddler named: myText or edit the tiddler which is actually 
open? ... Whatever we implement will be wrong. ... 

So it'll need to be adjustable or ctrl-Dbl-Click vs Alt-Dbl-Click  or 
what ever. 

... BUT ... 

The bigger problem is. Some more text  doesn't know, that it belongs to myText 
tiddler. 
The possibility of transclusions, lists and so on, makes it *really hard* 
to calculate the position in the source  text, based on the rendered cursor 
position.

"really hard" as in: 


   - We need to extend the functionality of the "wikitext parser", that it 
   stores source positions of every element in TWs internal structure: the 
   "parse-tree". 
   - The parse-tree is converted into the widget-tree, which also needs to 
   deal with this new info now. ... 
   - The renderer, which uses the widget-tree needs to write this info into 
   the html-output.
   - The navigator-widget finally has to deal with the new "double clicks" 
   to open the corresponding tiddler + selecting the right position in the 
   source code. 

Which basically means "rewriting" most of the parsing -> rendering 
pipeline. .. 

IMO it still is an interesting idea, since we could make some other 
improvements along the way. Eg store the tiddler content in a different 
format and *partially *convert TW syntax -> markdown -> TW syntax.   

I have recently created a Tag that once added to a code tiddler Displays 
> text un-wikified in view template at bottom of tiddlers tagged ShowCode. 
> The same would be good for developing if we could click into that to edit 
> and move the cursor. Alternatively we could have a view tiddler toolbar 
> item (to show text/code) un processed we could click into.
>
> I imagine what I dream of is difficult or impossible but I think it would 
> make a big difference to tiddlywiki usability.
>
>
>- What do you think?
>
> It's doable and has some advantages ... It just isn't easy ;)


>- Any ideas how?
>
> See above.
 
have fun!
mario

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[tw] Re: Importing json tiddlers

2017-09-25 Thread PMario
On Monday, September 25, 2017 at 9:10:14 AM UTC+2, Jim wrote:
>
>
> Just to make sure - from my experiments importing a json tiddler that has 
> the same title as an existing tiddler over-writes the existing tiddler?  I 
> don't need to delete the original before importing or anything right? 
>

right.
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[tw] Re: [off topic] We need guides on how to make tutorials etc

2017-09-22 Thread PMario
On Friday, September 22, 2017 at 2:31:31 PM UTC+2, RichardWilliamSmith 
wrote:
>
> Hi Mat - this is a good idea. I should make a tutorial about how to make 
> tutorials. Then I could make a tutorial about how to make tutorials about 
> making tutorials. Than I could
>

:)
 

> Vimeo is good for video hosting. I potter about with it - I have to 
> overcome my hatred of my own voice.
>

I did try Vimeo some time ago. They didn't let my upload 1080p content with 
the free tier and the UX was terrible. So I went back to youtube. 
 
-m

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[tw] Re: External Images from local hard disk

2017-09-21 Thread PMario
On Thursday, September 21, 2017 at 10:04:53 PM UTC+2, PMario wrote:
>
> ./images/inori.jpg... is called a *relative *link. So the TW now 
> expects the imgage directory relative to the tiddlywiki.html file. ... If 
> you copy the file you'll need to copy the image directory too. ... 
>

Be aware, that these links only works for file://   tiddlywikis. .. It 
won't work out of the box, if you host your TW on the web. If you want it 
to work on the web, you'll need a real web server that can serve static 
files as a backend. 

This is not a TW specific issue. That's a rule of the web!!
 
-mario

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[tw] Re: Is there a permanent TiddlyFox solution?

2017-09-20 Thread PMario
On Wednesday, September 20, 2017 at 3:37:20 PM UTC+2, Jim W wrote:
>
> I converted over to Node.js but I guess now I've lost the ability to 
> encrypt all my tiddlers 
> ? There's a plugin 
>  to manually 
> encrypt tiddlers but it looks abandoned without the important feature of 
> confirming 
> the password  
> (I want 
> to avoid ruining a tiddler with one typo). 
>

If you are able to use the node version, you should be also able to set up 
your OS to encrypt every file in your data directory on the system level. 
... So there should be no need to encrypt the stuff 2 times. 

Most people I know, don't consider this option, because it's conpletely 
transparent. So you basically don't see, that the files are encrypted. They 
just look like normal files. ... And if you can't see it, ... it's not 
there ... right?

just my 2 cents
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[tw] Re: ThirdFlow throwing dozens of errors

2017-09-19 Thread PMario
On Monday, September 18, 2017 at 11:45:13 PM UTC+2, kodomohimari wrote:
>
> Ah, I actually saw that one earlier but I haven't been able to find a way 
> to apply it retroactively... 
>

Not really. The settings work for new tiddlers only.  but 
 

> Is there any way for this method to dynamically re-check every tiddler in 
> the TW instance and rename whatever deserves renaming?
>

 - You can create an empty TW 
 - Change the settings in a way that work for your
 - Drag and drop import an existing TW. 
 - Importing should treat every tiddler as a new one, ... 

That's the only way I can think of. ... but I didn't test it. 

-m

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[tw] Re: ThirdFlow throwing dozens of errors

2017-09-18 Thread PMario
Hi,
ThirdFlow is quite old already and it changes a lot of system related 
tiddlers. 

So imo it would be easier to go with: 
http://tiddlywiki.com/#Customising%20Tiddler%20File%20Naming ... which is 
part of the core now and does a similar thing. 

have fun!
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[tw] Re: AutoWeavePlugin

2017-09-18 Thread PMario
On Monday, September 18, 2017 at 10:58:26 AM UTC+2, PMario wrote:
>
> Weave was a service / experiment from google, which was deactivated a long 
> time ago. So imo it makes no sense to explore TWc to use a non existent 
> service. 
>

uups, ... I should have read the old posts ... I was trickted by the name 
of the plugin :) 
just ignore my last comment.

-m

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[tw] Re: AutoWeavePlugin

2017-09-18 Thread PMario
Hi, 

Weave was a service / experiment from google, which was deactivated a long 
time ago. So imo it makes no sense to explore TWc to use a non existent 
service. 

-m

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[tw] Re: Help with modal editing of a tiddler fields

2017-09-15 Thread PMario
Hi, 
Only had a look at your description. ... IMO there's a conceptual problem. 
... at least for me. 
But the concept is interesting. I'll probably think about it a little bit 
more. 
-m

On Friday, September 15, 2017 at 11:11:56 AM UTC+2, peuhpeuh singe wrote:
>
> I use tiddly wiki to deal with a set of scripts that allow me to reproduce 
> some results I need to be able to reproduce (go go science !).
> Each of these scripts is contained in a tiddler that is tagged with the 
> name of the article it is related. 
>

OK
 

> Each of these scripts has three main fields: 
>
 

> *summary, that is a description of what it is computed, 
>

OK
 

> *todo, you know what it is,
>

Is there only one ToDo? ... Fiels are not good at storing several things. 
 

> *results, which is a list of path to files than are the e.g. files, tables 
> ... generated by the script.
>

Same as todo. IMO both should be lists themselfs. 
 

> Then, these three fields are used to present a complete summary of 
> code/result and current issues of a given article.
>

OK. .. So the "article" should present a dynamic summary. 

I'll play a bit with that idea. 

have fun!
mario
 

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Re: [tw] Tree Widget with currentTiddler?

2017-09-15 Thread PMario
On Friday, September 15, 2017 at 9:36:07 AM UTC+2, Jeremy Ruston wrote:
>
> However, there is now another way that can be convenient:
>
> <$set name="wikifyTest" value={{{ [addsuffix[/data]] }}}>
>

IMO the performance of this filter depends on the number of tiddlers. ... 

While parsing the following code has a constant performance.

\define xx(suffix)
$(currentTiddler)$$suffix$
\end

<$set name="wikifyTest" value=<> >
<>



 just some thoughts. 

-mario

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[tw] Re: How to change text editor settings?

2017-09-08 Thread PMario
On Friday, September 8, 2017 at 11:16:34 AM UTC+2, kelsang sherab wrote:
>
> 2. I'd lke to have a 'Zen' feel to the editing/writing environment by 
> being able to make evrything that is not just the text i write to disappear 
>

There's no Zen-mode at the moment. 

For those who don't know zen-mode. It's a kind of "distraction free 
editing" ... see: https://github.com/blog/1379-zen-writing-mode as an 
example.

-m

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Re: [tw] Re: [TW5] New Plugin - Json Mangler!

2017-09-07 Thread PMario
On Thursday, September 7, 2017 at 5:50:02 PM UTC+2, Joshua Fontany wrote:
>
> Oh, did you mean examples of how I send the messages? Right now they are 
> setup to be used in an EditTemplate (as mentioned).
>

... OK
 

> That can be found in the Plugin's shadow tiddler:
>
> $:/plugins/telarus/jsonmangler/editTemplate/Json
>
> Here is an example of some of the buttons from there (cut out a few 
> buttons for the sake of the example). 
> The <> macro is just an easy way of transcluding FontAwesome 
> icons (code also included with the plugin).
>

IMO you shoulkd try to remove this dependency. ... It's only 5 new icons 
needed. 

For me the first 3 make sense ... 

For the next 2 I'd use other icons. 

 - key  push / pull   ... ... may be fa-arrows ... don't have a link.
 - bullet list / share ... archive  fa-archive 


The archive button imo is redundant. ... It stores the "opposit" strcture 
in a tiddler prefixed: $:/archive/json/
So may be the flatten / unflatten button can do this in a consistent way. 
So the users actually know what to expect in the prefixed tiddler. 

... just some thoughts. 

-m 

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[tw] Re: [TW5] New Plugin - Json Mangler!

2017-09-07 Thread PMario
On Thursday, September 7, 2017 at 5:34:19 PM UTC+2, Joshua Fontany wrote:
>
> Hi, thanks for the tip on "Issues", I've activated that for my repo.
>
> The widget is fully implemented in the Edit template of any tiddler with 
> "type" = "application/json" once the plugin is installed.
>

Ah. OK. ... I should have opened one :)

-m

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[tw] Re: [TW5] Change tag "bubble" apperance

2017-09-07 Thread PMario
On Thursday, September 7, 2017 at 4:00:06 AM UTC+2, TonyM wrote:
>
> But my hack was as follows;
>

> Add to the Tiddler *MyStyles* tagged *$:/tags/Stylesheet*
>

This is *best practice* and not a hack
 

>
> The Whole clause above with your modification, this will override that in 
> the theme.
>
> People with more CSS scill can override just the boarder-radius.
>
 
-m

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[tw] Re: [TW5] New Plugin - Json Mangler!

2017-09-07 Thread PMario
Hi Joshua,

Very interesting. Thanks for sharing. ... but  :)

- There is no exaple tiddler, where you can play with the new commands. IMO 
it would be easier to use them, if we just need to copy paste :)

- please enable the "issues tab" at your github repo. So we can open 
issues. (github disables it, if you fork a repo)

thx
mario

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[tw] Re: Home Sweet Home ... are TiddlyWikiDev & TiddlyWikiDocs worth keeping?

2017-09-06 Thread PMario
On Wednesday, September 6, 2017 at 4:05:26 PM UTC+2, TonyM wrote:
>
> I would add to the idea of formed applications, another layer of self 
> contained modules, as is often the outcome of a specific plugin rather than 
> an whole edition. 
>

For me edtions and apps are the same thing.  but you are right lego 
blocks are better, but increase the complexity.
 

> I plan to build something I call object tiddlers, and hope to create lego 
> blocks rather than provide a lego kit for the "millennium falcon", I want 
> to provide engines, landing gear and "nuclear power piles". So you build 
> your spaceship, not simply ask questions or follow instructions.
>

Did you have a look at my bundler plugin 
. IMO it could provide "lego 
blocks", if you make the content "small enough". The main problem is, to 
manage the versioning problems, that will come up. 

have fun!
mario

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Re: [tw] Re: [TW5] WebDav Saver Observations.

2017-09-06 Thread PMario
On Tuesday, September 5, 2017 at 7:21:04 PM UTC+2, Lost Admin wrote:
>
> Minimal, and reliable test case:
>
> 1) Set-up a WebDAV server on Apache (follow the Apache instructions, 
> nothing special).
>

:) .. I was thinking about a IIS testcase. .. Will run some tests 

-m

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[tw] Re: Can we have some threads in GERMAN?

2017-09-05 Thread PMario
On Tuesday, September 5, 2017 at 8:09:57 PM UTC+2, @TiddlyTweeter wrote:
>
> Can we have some threads in GERMAN?
>

IMO ... If we do so, it should be a new group. ... We already mixed TWc and 
TW5 here. .. We shouldn't mix languages too. 

just my 2 cents
mario

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Re: [tw] Re: [TW5] WebDav Saver Observations.

2017-09-05 Thread PMario
On Tuesday, September 5, 2017 at 3:46:50 PM UTC+2, Lost Admin wrote:
>
> I was coming to the same conclusion, except it appears that IIS has the 
> same problem (judging by what was going on in the IIS WebDAV setup video 
> thread).
>

Is there a minimal test-case? So I can reproduce the issue?
 

> It looks like the HEAD call does include an Etag, so conceivably issuing a 
> HEAD after confirming the PUT succeeded would get the new Etag. 
>
Unfortunately, that would introduce a race condition if there are multiple 
> people editing the file.
>

WebDAV supports a locking mechanism. ... It could be used to prevent 2 
users editing a TW at the same time. 
 
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[tw] Re: [video] HowTo Save TiddlyWiki wihh every browser using IIS and WebDAV

2017-09-02 Thread PMario
Hi Tony,

Thanks for testing. ... error 412 ... 
https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTTP/Status/412

So did you save from an other browser or tab, and then save witch chrome, 
without reloading first?

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[tw] Re: working with "original" shadow tiddler

2017-09-01 Thread PMario
On Saturday, September 2, 2017 at 1:09:48 AM UTC+2, Rustem wrote:
>
> When I have a tiddler overriding a shadow, how can I display the original 
> shadow tiddler as defined in a plugin, including all it's fields?
>

Just rename the "new" tiddler and the shadow will come back.  back and 
forth. 

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[tw] Re: Tiddly wiki web developer

2017-09-01 Thread PMario
Hi Pedro,
This is a private mail. 

On Friday, September 1, 2017 at 2:37:48 PM UTC+2, Pedro Vaz Santos wrote:
>
> I'm searching for a web developer in tiddly wiki to create customized 
> template for a project. Anyone know where I should look for?
> Regards.
>

I would be interested!
Can you specify the project a little bit closer?

kind regards
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Re: [tw] Query: Markup Parsers

2017-09-01 Thread PMario
On Friday, September 1, 2017 at 2:12:55 PM UTC+2, Jeremy Ruston wrote:
>
> Instead, I’ve wondered whether we might be able to make (some of) the 
> existing parser rules much more configurable. For example, right now there 
> are 6 separate parser modules for each of bold, italic, strikethrough, 
> subscript, superscript and underscore:
>
>
> https://github.com/Jermolene/TiddlyWiki5/tree/master/core/modules/parsers/wikiparser/rules/emphasis
>
> But, if you look at the individual JavaScript files, you’ll see that they 
> only vary through a few parameters: the name of the rule, the regular 
> expression to match at the start, and the regular expression to match at 
> the end, and the tag of the HTML element to create.
>

There was a reason, why we splitted the emphasis rule: 
https://github.com/Jermolene/TiddlyWiki5/issues/701 

So, one could imagine refactoring things so that there was a single JS 
> parse rule, and that it was instantiated multiple times with different 
> parameters.
>

That's right, but we can't sacrifice the existing flexibility.  

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[tw] Re: [video] HowTo Save TiddlyWiki wihh every browser using IIS and WebDAV

2017-09-01 Thread PMario
On Friday, September 1, 2017 at 5:34:25 PM UTC+2, codacoder...@outlook.com 
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>
> Very comprehensive.  Thanks Mario.
>
> I'll be doing this on Win7 shortly and will post back the results.
>

I'm looking forward to your info. 
-m


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[tw] Re: Extended TOC functionality

2017-09-01 Thread PMario
Hi Niels,

I did create Parent Based Toc macros - tocP - see: 
https://wikilabs.github.io/editions/tocP/ ... which should be ready to use, 
but doesn't exactly do what you describe. 

-

The following stuff is EXPERIMENTAL but imo fits to your description! see 
attachment!
so
BACKUP! BACKUP! before you test it. ... It overwrites the core toc macros. 
So don't use in production atm. 

important tiddlers: 

 - aa and bb ... contain the "merge" field parameter
 - test-toc ... shows the full toc tree
 - test-toc-selective-expandable ... same as test-doc but expandable
 - text- ... just have a look ;)

Field description:

merge .. tiddler to be transcluded (have a look at aa and bb tiddlers, to 
see how to use it)
merge-mode ... block / inline (default)

Please test BUT DON'T US IN PRODUCTION TWs yet!
With the new merge-field you can create really crazy TOC combinations. 

More info can be found in an other thread: 
https://groups.google.com/d/msg/tiddlywiki/eX3SYFlp_70/kpBEdAR1CQAJ

I haven't been happy with the outcome, that's why I didn't create a plugin 
from the experiment. ... But this may change. 

Let me know, what you think? ... I may make a second plugin "tocM". 

have fun!
mario

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[tw] Re: [TW5] WebDav Saver Observations.

2017-08-31 Thread PMario
On Wednesday, August 30, 2017 at 8:52:07 PM UTC+2, Mark S. wrote:
>
> What would the performance and safety concerns be for running IIS/WebDav 
> on a semi-permanent basis? If you forward the ports (and know your IP) can 
> you access your files outside of the home?
>

As Lost Admin points out. If you want to open up the internet, it gets a 
bit more tricky. The complexity raises quite a bit :)

There's a reason, why I wrote: 

I'm basically interested in a replacement for TiddlyFox and not in a 
> "internet facing" setup. ...
>

I knew, that those questions are coming. I want to show what's possible 
"out of the box", with built in windows components, that should be 
available for many users.

FF57 produces some headaches. ... The setting I'm imagine should work with 
every browser, without any addOns. ... 

In my first post I also did point out, that M$ limits the possibilities 
quite a bit. see: 2.b-(iii) in win10 user terms 
.
 
So for me it was clear, to use the stuff in a small intranet setting only. 
For real projects I'd go with an open source setting as introduced by Lost 
Admin. ... 

... I didn't have a look, what IIS licenses would cost for real world 
projects. ... Probably no problem for companies, but way to heavy for 
personal use. 

have fun!
mario
PS: Since I have an english Win10 VM now, I can start to record the stuff. 
... to be continued ...
 

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[tw] Re: [TW5] WebDav Saver Observations.

2017-08-31 Thread PMario
On Thursday, August 31, 2017 at 3:12:10 PM UTC+2, Lost Admin wrote:
>
> Safety/security concerns with WebDav:
>

Well written!
 

> WebDav is conceptually a share network folder (so much so you can mount 
> them with a drive letter on Windows) that is provided over HTTP. This means 
> anyone who can access the webdav url can read, write, and delete to all the 
> files available there. This includes making new directories. 
>

Somewhere I read, that starting with IIS-7 write commands have to use 
basic-auth as minimal requirement. 
 

> To protect it, one typically uses HTTP Basic (or Digest) Authentication 
> (part of the web server set-up). With basic authentication that means the 
> password (and user name) are going across the network (including Internet 
> when doing so remotely) in clear text and anyone who sees the traffic can 
> read the login credentials. Using digest authentication reduces this risk 
> as the password is no longer sent across the network. Usually it is 
> recommended that you use HTTPS for webdav and not allow HTTP (unencrypted) 
> connections. However, SSL/TLS has a lot of insecure configurations, so you 
> need to know what you are doing (and what encryption protocols to allow).
>

Therefore IMO you have to use HTTPS as a minimal requrement if you face the 
internet. 

... snip ... 
 

> If you are extremely paranoid, you can set-up SSL/TLS client 
> authentication which would require the browser to have a specific 
> certificate (similar to the way the server needs one for HTTPS).
>

IMO no need to be extreamly paranoid. .. It's just a very convenient and 
secure workflow, once you could manage the certificate deployment. 

You could set-up your own carddav (address book) or caldav (calendar) 
> server.
>

That's a nice plus

have fun!
mario

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[tw] Re: Query: Markup Parsers

2017-08-31 Thread PMario
On Thursday, August 31, 2017 at 3:17:48 PM UTC+2, @TiddlyTweeter wrote:
>
> Looking at Fountain <https://fountain.io/syntax>, that thread deals with 
> its markup system for screenplays--I think it could be simplified for TW a 
> lot.
>

Not really. TW-markup is different to fountain markup. Mixing things, IMO 
would be confusing. ... A new parser would probably be easier in the long 
run. 
 

> The UNDERLYING ISSUE is whether a "deep level" Javascript parser *(and 
> likely a new "content type")*
>

As above. imo easier to deal with in the long run. 

PMario opined it wasn't possible without JavaScript coding.
>

I didn't say it's not possible. ... But I don't see it. ... For me a new 
parser would be much simpler to understand and implement. ... There are js 
libraries already: https://github.com/mattdaly/Fountain.js  It should be 
simple to implement it, similar to the markdown stuff. ... BUT that's not 
the whole truth. 

The magic, that's really needed, is a "sketchbook", where you write down 
your ideas about scenes, characters,  and then combine the stuff to a 
story. ... The text parsers are just a means to an end. 

have fun!
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[tw] Re: Query: Markup Parsers

2017-08-31 Thread PMario
On Thursday, August 31, 2017 at 2:57:20 PM UTC+2, TonyM wrote:
>
> Just a question. Why build a parser when there are ways to parse the 
> content in a tiddlywiki already.


If you are used to a different markup, it's hard to learn tw syntax . 
and the other way around. 

And if you have existing tools, that need the "other markup", because they 
don't know TW markup. 

-m
 

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[tw] Re: Query: Markup Parsers

2017-08-31 Thread PMario
On Thursday, August 31, 2017 at 2:09:54 PM UTC+2, @TiddlyTweeter wrote:
>
> Would I have to study the JavaScript code to understand what those parsers 
> do?
>

yes. 
and you can have a look at different hangouts, where Jeremy discusses 
parsers. .. So you may get some hints too. Open this link 

 
and search for "parser"

 

> I'm very hazy about what the final HTML is.
>

The final html is just HTML So eg: ! heading  ... is translated to ... 
heading
 

> SECOND QUESTION: *Are parsers bound (tied) to content types? Meaning, if 
> we created a new parser would it need a new "content type"?*
>

Yes. ... If there is no "type" field, TiddlyWiki assumes 
"text/vnd.tiddlywiki" as the default type. Other types use other parser. 
eg: "text/x-markdown", which is used by the markdown plugin.

have fun!
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[tw] Re: [TW5] WebDav Saver Observations.

2017-08-30 Thread PMario
Hi foks,

I just did a proof of concept using IIS with WebDAV on windows 10 pro. .. 
It seems to work out of the box, with IE-11, Edge, FF55 and FF57-nightly. 

I will record a short video, so everyone interested, should be able to get 
it going. ... There is a little issue, with the TW default saver, but it 
should be streight forward to  fix it. 

have fun!
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[tw] Re: [TW5] WebDav Saver Observations.

2017-08-28 Thread PMario
Hi LostAdmin,

That's a perfect reminder, to have a closer look at MS built-in stuff. 
WebDav is part of* Internet Information Services (IIS)*, which seems to be 
available for up to 20 users for Windows Vista, 7, 8.x and 10. ... 

I'm basically interested in a replacement for TiddlyFox and not in a 
"internet facing" setup. ...

from win10 user terms 
.
 


*2.  Installation and Use Rights.*
> **
>
> *d.  Multi use scenarios.*
>
> 
>
> (iii)*Device connections*. You may allow up to 20 other devices to 
> access the software installed on the licensed device for the purpose of 
> using the following software features: file services, print services, 
> Internet 
> information services, and Internet connection sharing and telephony 
> services on the licensed device. You may allow any number of devices to 
> access the software on the licensed device to synchronize data between 
> devices. This section does not mean, however, that you have the right to 
> install the software, or use the primary function of the software (other 
> than the features listed in this section), on any of these other devices.
>
So with the right settings, it *may be* possible to activate it for most 
windows machines. ... The important phrase is "may be", since nobody really 
knows, how  crippeld "Home xxx" and OEM Licenses really are. 

For those who are courious, *IIS *is the equivalent of the Apache and 
Lighttdp servers, that Lost Admin mentioned. ... So it should be possible 
to use the stuff for local installations. 

... I'm not at home at the moment. So I can't run tests with my machine. 
But anyone who is interested, should expolore the docs 
,
 
run some tests and report back here. 

Especially interesting: OS version used! So we can see, if it works with 
"Home " licenses. I do have a Win10 Pro, wich I can test on :)

have fun!
mario

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[tw] Re: tiddlyfox

2017-08-28 Thread PMario
On Thursday, August 24, 2017 at 3:23:12 PM UTC+2, Sergio Rolim wrote:
>
> Some tiddlyfox update for Firefox Nightly 57 
>

It will need a completely new version, which is not available at the 
moment. 

-m

   

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[tw] Re: Query: Are Regular Expressions Regular in TW?

2017-08-23 Thread PMario
On Wednesday, August 23, 2017 at 11:18:23 PM UTC+2, Mark S. wrote:
>
> After install, your hashtag2tag filter could look like 
>
> [list[!!text]regexps[#\w+\b]tolower[]]
>

IMO you should create a PR at github. 

-m

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[tw] Re: can we still create a couchdb instance on cloudant

2017-08-19 Thread PMario
HI,

https://console.bluemix.net/catalog/services/cloudant-nosql-db

-m

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[tw] Re: Tobias' Delete All Tiddlers By Filter

2017-08-16 Thread PMario
On Wednesday, August 16, 2017 at 12:02:32 PM UTC+2, @TiddlyTweeter wrote:
>
> Mario, I like your https://wikilabs.github.io/editions/remove-states/ 
> (example approach) over the Advanced Search delete button because its 
> offers both BULK & individual item control whilst deleting. Perhaps 
> something like that could be scaled of the Bundler approach?
>

I think, I can add a DESTROYER function, and reuse the core "Are you sure" 
dialog. ..

I also consider to implement a possibility to "comment" in bunder config 
tiddlers. .. TW can handle the .multids tiddler format 
"application/x-tiddlers", which already knows, how to deal with comments. 
... BUT I'm not sure atm, how I want to implement it. .. I'd like to 
improve the "enlist" operator 
, so the bundler 
plugin can stay simple. We'll have to see, what Jeremy says. 

In the mean time I could implement a temporary operator for testing. 

-mario

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[tw] Re: [INTRO] Tiddler Bundle Plugin

2017-08-16 Thread PMario
On Wednesday, August 16, 2017 at 3:07:29 AM UTC+2, TonyM wrote:
>
> I think my question may have led you down a more complex path than I 
> intended.
>

If my idea works, the solution should be straight forward. ... We'll see.

-m

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[tw] Re: [INTRO] Tiddler Bundle Plugin

2017-08-15 Thread PMario
On Tuesday, August 15, 2017 at 9:12:04 PM UTC+2, Mat wrote:
>
> 1) I miss a brief introductory paragraph about what it achieves. (I 
> personally think I know... kind of but not sure... but many others don't at 
> all, of course.)
>

You are right. There's plenty of room to improve the docs. 
 

> 1b) ...or maybe I'm missing something: GettingStarted 
>  says 
> "Documentation 
> and more can be found at: https://wikilabs.github.io/#bundler; - but I 
> don't find documentation there.
>

bug. wrong link
 

> 2) I vaguely recall discussion about whether bundling could also serve as 
> "handles" for drag'n drop between TWs, rather than export to local. 
>

Not really. The drag mechanism doesn't know anything about bundles. So 
if you drag a bundle tiddler link, it would just use it as a standard 
single tiddler.
 

> How does Bundler behave in this regard? 
>

It doesn't change the core d mechanism. 
 

> 3) Is there a particular reason why the bundles list is in static format, 
> rather than with tiddler links?
>

readability. If you remove the tiddler type-field you'll see what happens. 

There are 2 possibilities. 

 - a list of tiddlers ... space separated or new-line separated. 
   I used new-line, because it improves readability with type: text/plain

 - Advanced search - filter format. 
   I did implement it that way, to be compatible with the core. 
   see: existing tiddlers tagged: $:/tags/Filter at tiddlywiki.com
 

> Thank you for your wonderful contributions, Mario!
>
 
you are welcome!

have fun!
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[tw] Re: [INTRO] Tiddler Bundle Plugin

2017-08-15 Thread PMario
On Tuesday, August 15, 2017 at 3:15:17 AM UTC+2, TonyM wrote:

> I have some rudimentary tagging and fields to indicate which tiddlywiki 
> owns which tiddler and which tiddlywikis include the tiddlers owned my 
> another wiki?
>

That's the tricky part. 
It makes it a many-to-many relationship in "database speak", which isn't 
easy to resolve, without at least one more "lookup table"
 

> My Question to you Mario with a deeper knowledge of your bundling plugin 
> how would you flag and manage within a bundle the concept of a source or 
> owner tiddlywiki for a bundle, its tiddlers and the widdlywiki's that use 
> the shared tiddlers from various bundles?
>

IMO a bundle config tiddler is similar to a recipe, how to build the 
bundle.json file. ... 
So what we probably need here is a recipe of recipes for exporting from 
NAS-master.html to several NASTiddlers-for-targetX.json

>From within the browser, this won't be possible without new javscript. But 
this would move the plugin away from it's generic nature. So I'm reluctant 
with this approach. ... similar to the commenting prefix that Josiah 
requested. 

 ... But may be it can be accomplished from the TW command line build 
system. ... BUT I'm not really sure here. ... more testing would be needed. 
 

> Thanks in advance Mario
> And thanks for all you contributions which are valued
>

You are welcome. 

have fun!
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[tw] Re: Tobias' Delete All Tiddlers By Filter

2017-08-14 Thread PMario
On Monday, August 14, 2017 at 1:52:55 PM UTC+2, PMario wrote:
>
> At the moment we don't have a "tm-ask-and-delete-message" needed for your 
> "(2) Are you REALLY sure you want to do this?" ... At least I think there 
> isn't. ... 
>

I was wrong: 
http://tiddlywiki.com/prerelease/#%24%3A%2Fcore%2Fui%2FAdvancedSearch%2FFilter%2FFilterButtons%2Fdelete
...
*So just open the control panel: select filter:   and hit the delete 
button*. 

Just checked my plugin, and saw, that I deprecated it already. ... That's 
probably the reason. 

-m
 

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[tw] Re: Tobias' Delete All Tiddlers By Filter

2017-08-14 Thread PMario
On Monday, August 14, 2017 at 1:17:25 PM UTC+2, @TiddlyTweeter wrote:
>
> IMO if you don't constantly backup your TW you are asking for 
> trouble--sooner or later.
>

That's right. ... 3 weeks ago my win HD died. Luckily I did back up the 
data partition some days earlier. Now I have a physical system and 2 
mirrored data drives. plus the existing backup solution :)
 

> I have experienced a couple of macros that ATE MY WIKI. 
>

Then you know what I mean :)
 

> I'm not sure that the line of defence is to NOT give us The Powerful 
> Wizard Of Utility. But, rather, perhaps, to deliver the Wizard with levels 
> of warnings ... (1) Do NOT do this unless you have a backup. So don't blame 
> me if it eats your Wiki. (2) Are you REALLY sure you want to do this?
>

That's exactly the point. 

As a developer I don't want to do harm. So if I would release a plugin that 
can have destructive side effects, I need / want to take care, that the 
user knows, what is going on. So it needs to be configurable: Similar to 
the "bundler plugin 
".
 
Bundler even doesn't delete stuff, but imports can overwrite existing 
tiddlers ... 

 

> There needs to be room for brave people too.
>

Sure. ... If there wouldn't be murphy's law: "Anything that can go wrong 
will go wrong!"

At the moment we don't have a "tm-ask-and-delete-message" needed for your 
"(2) Are you REALLY sure you want to do this?" ... At least I think there 
isn't. ... So may be we need one. ... But for my personal usage the 
security questions would need to be switched off. ... because I hate popups 
;)

have fun!
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[tw] Re: Query: Is a "$:/state/..." Tiddler simply a temporary tiddler?

2017-08-14 Thread PMario
On Monday, August 14, 2017 at 12:59:41 PM UTC+2, @TiddlyTweeter wrote:

> Right. BUT ALSO they seem used a LOT not JUST to register configuration 
> states but also in macros to hold data temporarily. For instance, you are 
> making a Tiddler tweetable the content is passed to a "state" Tiddler to 
> enable handling for later steps.
>

I'm 100% sure that I don't create content that can be tweeted. 140 chars 
are not enough for me ;) ... just joking.
 

> IF that data THEN persists AFTER you have finished it seems odd to me.
>
> Is "state" being used where "temp" would be more appropriate?  
>

Hmmm, .. It depends ... on the plugin authors intentions. It may be an 
oversight or a bug.

-m

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[tw] Re: Tobias' Delete All Tiddlers By Filter

2017-08-14 Thread PMario
On Monday, August 14, 2017 at 11:49:00 AM UTC+2, @TiddlyTweeter wrote:
>
> Could yours (its just a single macro, right, not a plugin with 
> dependencies?) be re-factored to accept ANY filter through an input field?
>

Sure, ...
_but_ it would be very destructive and error prone. 

eg: If there is a typo. 

 - Let's imagine a filter like: [prefix[$:/temp]] 
 - it will also delete $:/temptation 
 - which may not be intended. 

 ... Do you see the the missing char in the filter variable? .. and this 
example contains an obvious problem. Filters can have side-effects, that 
are much harder to spot. 

I know, that's a user problem, if s/he creates a filter that dosn't do what 
is intended, or if a filter has unintended side-effects ...  I think the 
plugin contains enough info, that users can create their own variations of 
the macro, that work for their specific usecase. 

I personally don't want to be responsible, if *my plugin* deletes stuff 
that the user wanted to keep. 

So everyone, which wants to be responsible can jump in here. 

have fun!
mario

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[tw] Re: Query: Is a "$:/state/..." Tiddler simply a temporary tiddler?

2017-08-14 Thread PMario
On Monday, August 14, 2017 at 12:18:53 PM UTC+2, @TiddlyTweeter wrote:
>
> Are Tiddlers named "$:/state/..." simply the TW equivalent of "Temp" files 
> that can be safely deleted?
>

partially right: ... state tiddlers are seved but $:/temp/... tiddlers are 
__not saved__ 

As the name says, "$:/state/..." tiddlers contain the TW state. eg: "which 
tab is selected" by the <> macro, and so on. 
If you want to reset your TW to the initial state of eg: empty.html you can 
safely delete them. 

I even did create a plugin, to get rid of them 
. ... I need this 
plugin while developing stuff, to reset to a "well-defined" state ... 
 

>
> That's the easy part.
>
>- I assume you could, in theory, call anything a "$:/state/anything" 
>even if it were not be used for temporary data holding?
>
> right. ... you can name your tiddlers as you like. .. _but_ it may confuse 
you and your users in the future and will cost you a lot of time and money 
supporting your "mis-named" tiddlers. ... Nothing more to say ;)


>- And you COULD, in theory, call a state tiddler 
>"$:/not-a-state/confusion"?
>
> yea. ... see above

Naming tiddlers right is hard, if you don't want to create conflicting 
names. ... That's why there are some "best practices" in place. 

eg: naming conventions for plugin authors: 
$:/plugins/// see my plugin above. 

or a list of names used by the core: 
http://tiddlywiki.com/#Naming%20of%20System%20Tiddlers

have fun!
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[tw] Re: requesting help with Template tiddlers

2017-08-13 Thread PMario
Hi,

I didn't like my last proposal. So here is a new one, that you can drag and 
drop import to your TW.

The main code looks like this:

\define val(tid x)
<$transclude tiddler=$tid$ index=$x$ >$x$ .
\end
\define registers(A:"." X:"." Y:"." N:"." V:"." Z:"." C:".")
Registers affected

| <> | <> | <> | <>|
| <> | <> | <> | |

\end

<>

There are 2 loopup tiddlers in the json file. 

* ... useful formats
- ... altered formats

The "." is default fallback in the val transclude macro. 

If you have questions ... just ask

have fun!
mario




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register-info-table.json
Description: application/json


[tw] Re: requesting help with Template tiddlers

2017-08-13 Thread PMario
Hi Charlie,

I personally would go with something like the following code. It will give 
you a bit more visibility and more control over styling. 

\define registers(A:"A ." X:"X ." Y:"Y ." N:"N ." V:"V ." Z:"Z ." C:"C .")
Registers affected

| $N$ | $V$ | $Z$ | $C$ |
| $A$ | $X$ | $Y$ ||
\end
<>
<>
<>
<>


have fun!
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[tw] Re: Tobias' Delete All Tiddlers By Filter

2017-08-10 Thread PMario
Hi,
Try this one: https://wikilabs.github.io/editions/remove-states/ ... it 
shouldn't be that destructive, because you can see, what you delete. 
-m

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[tw] Re: How to set value within in the excise dropdown?

2017-08-10 Thread PMario
Hi Jan,
You are posting a link that looks like linking to a TW core tiddler, but it 
wants to download a .html file?!
Call me paranoid, but I personally don't download stuff that is presented 
in that way. 
-m

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[tw] Re: Set of radioWidgets: How to set a default value

2017-08-08 Thread PMario

On Tuesday, August 8, 2017 at 9:46:32 AM UTC+2, vpl wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> I'm looking for a way to display different radioWidget and set one of them 
> as the default choice.
>
> Something like
>
> <$tiddler tiddler="$:/plugins/vpl/myplugin/shortTableData">
>

create this tiddler and set the "type-table" to your default value. 

-m

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[tw] Re: Issue: Data Dictionary Record not showing in "input" box

2017-08-06 Thread PMario
Hi,

Did you set the type field of the tiddler: 
application/x-tiddler-dictionary   or   application/json?

-m

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[tw] Re: Question: using the browse widget to fill the _canonical_uri field and do other things

2017-08-02 Thread PMario
Hi Pit,

This thread and linked example TWs may be interesting for you. 
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/tiddlywiki/TL8N40F0DVQ

-m

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[tw] Re: the infinite lightness of non-co-ordination on MONEY

2017-07-29 Thread PMario
On Saturday, July 29, 2017 at 3:53:06 PM UTC+2, @TiddlyTweeter wrote:
>
> Ciao PMario
>
> Right.
>
> Ich habe solche Komplikationen gesehen. Sie sind verwirrend :-).
>

There are several libraries, that can work with money. ... 

eg:

 - http://mathjs.org/ .. full featured .. relatively big
 - https://www.npmjs.com/package/money-math  ... basic and small

-m

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[tw] Re: the infinite lightness of non-co-ordination on MONEY

2017-07-28 Thread PMario
Working with money is a bit problematic, if you use a language, that 
supports floats defined by double-precision 64-bit binary format IEEE 754 
which 
is used in javascript 
.
 
The build in js math library has a function: Number.isSafeInteger() 

 
to check if a number can be safely stored.  

The following example is a systemic problem, and can't be blamed on the 
mathcell project. 
   
 - open http://mathcell.tiddlyspot.com/#Excel%20Like%20Table
 - enter: 0.1   into B1
 - enter: 0.2   into B2
 - C1 should show: 0.02   ... but it shows 0.020004
 - B3 should show 0.3 (B1 + B2) ... but it doesn't 

That's not really, what you expect. right? 

So, to deal with currencies, we'd need to use libraries, that are able to 
deal with rules, that we use for currencies. ... 

eg: In Austria we use 0,1 instead of 0.1 ... and so on ... 

have fun!
mario

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[tw] Re: Investigation: Can you turn OFF hashtag in WikiText?

2017-07-27 Thread PMario
Hi, 

 - Create a space in front of it. 
 - ControlPanel: Info: Advanced: Parsing .. turn off "list" ... BUT it will 
disable # and *

-m

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[tw] Re: Investigation: SVG in TW

2017-07-27 Thread PMario
Hi Josiah,


  



Working with a viewBox like this will cause trouble in the future. ... 
you'll need to start at 0 0  so eg: 0 0 100 48   otherwise your content 
will need to be transformed already, to match the viewbox. ... This creates 
unnecessary svg elements and it makes batch optimizing the icons a 
nightmare. 

Depending on your content, you may want to use a symmetrical viewBox, which 
makes manipulation with javascript math much easier.

Just some thoughts. 

have fun!
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[tw] Re: Investigation: SVG in TW

2017-07-27 Thread PMario
On Thursday, July 27, 2017 at 11:26:28 AM UTC+2, @TiddlyTweeter wrote:
>
> *I've partly answered my own question.* It will work using ID's in TW but 
> only so long as the Tiddler containing the source SVG is also open. Once 
> its closed the href's from any other Tiddler to it expire. I don't have the 
> skill to figure out how to programmatically deal with this or even if you 
> can.
>

Yea ... I did play with this setting on TiddlySpace some years ago. So I 
wasn't sure, if this still happens. ..
 

> BUT I'm wondering if there is a way to transclude a multiple "symbol" SVG 
> into a tiddler so its hidden but still fully "alive". That might work for 
> the use case since the "symbol set" in only for use in one Tiddler a time 
> anyway. Just not sure what would happen if you had two Tiddlers open both 
> of which had the same "symbol set" SVG ... In effect having the same ID in 
> two places at once (albeit with identical content). 
>

You can add those tiddlers at the end of the story and hide them. ... BUT 
... You'll probably experience a lot of browser quirks. ... Some browsers 
also add the "hidden" attribute to the referenced content. ... So you won't 
see it. .. .Some browsers don't. It may also create unwanted white space on 
some browsers.


Causing too much problems, I did abandon this approach. ... For me it 
wasn't worth the trouble and it doesn't save space anyway. 


have fun!
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[tw] Re: Investigation: SVG in TW

2017-07-26 Thread PMario
On Tuesday, July 25, 2017 at 1:20:58 PM UTC+2, @TiddlyTweeter wrote:
>
> TW works well with SVG. Its well understood & integrated into it.
>

That was one of biggest changes between TWclassic and TW5. 
SVG was specified and implemented into browsers, for a very long time 
already, before developers started using them. So the technology can be 
expected to be stable. ... and SVG has some advantages over font-based icon 
sets. ...

 

> Two things I don't understand ...
>
>- WHY is the normative icon set at 22pt (points) rather than 22px 
>(pixels)?
>
> I wouldn't interpret too much into those settings. ... 

 - 1 pt is 1/72 inch mainly used for printing
 - 1 px basically is 1/96 of an inch, if you have a 96dpi display. .. Which 
was true for a long time. .. but now we have hiDPI screens, which only 
means, that 96px is aproximately 1 inch 

see. 
https://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/Web/CSS/length#Absolute_length_units
especially: 

Some specific examples:
>
>- 1in is always 96px.
>- 3pt is always 4px.
>- 25.4mm is always 96px.
>
>
 

>
>- Am I right in thinking that the viewBox setting of "0 0 128 128" 
>makes an ultimate SVG viewport 28% bigger than the content overall, with 
>the svg content auto-centred?
>
> SVG internally defines it's coordinate system based on the viewBox params 
and the units used in width and height. Most SVG drawing programs are 
mainly used for printing, so I think, it's just the default value, that 
Jeremy's program used, when exporting svg files.

I'm not 100% percent sure, why it is 128 units, but I guess it comes from 
bitmap-icon settings in most OSes. They start with 16x16 px for favicons 
and go up to imo 512x512 of even higher. So you see its a multiple of 16. 

So it makes sense to produce vector graphics based on multiples of 16 too, 
since there will be less scaling issues, introduced by math, if you export 
bitmap-images ... just some guesses here. 

 

> In beginning to make images for TW I'd like to better understand  the 
> default approach for what become interface icons.
>

If you use the TW default settings, you'll get relatively good results, 
since they are battle-tested and the base themes work well with them. ...

have fun!
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Re: [tw] Re: Saving in Safari

2017-07-24 Thread PMario
On Monday, July 24, 2017 at 11:22:25 AM UTC+2, Jeremy Ruston wrote:
>
> In addition you should note that ALL standard browsers will cease simple 
> overwrite saving by early 2018.
>
>
> It’s not quite that bad: TiddlyFox will stop working in the latest 
> versions of Firefox, but those download overwriting plugins will still work.
>


Do you have links for those plugins?, that are tested with latest FF or 
nightly FF?

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[tw] Re: TW5 can't pass a tiddler w/ spaces as a macro param

2017-07-22 Thread PMario
Hi, 

Try this: 

<$set name="tit" value="""$title$""">

see: http://tiddlywiki.com/#Macro%20Calls%20in%20WikiText

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Re: [tw] Help! I killed my Node TW

2017-07-21 Thread PMario
On Friday, July 21, 2017 at 3:52:18 PM UTC+2, K500 L501 wrote:
>
> When this happens to me, I go to the tiddlers directory and remove all 
> those .tid files which I suspect to be the cause of the crash.
> Its probably one of the last edited before the crash.
>

IMO You should make a backup first, before you delete stuff. 
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Re: [tw] Re: Kann man Tiddlywiki als Adressdatenbank benutzen ?

2017-07-21 Thread PMario
Hi Marko,

Wenn die Info bis jetzt nicht ausreicht, dann lass es uns einfach wissen. 
Wir werden das schon hinbekommen. :)

Die Frage ist nur, wie viele Datensätze du speichern möchtest?

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[tw] Re: Can I set button popup param to a field instead of a tiddler?

2017-07-19 Thread PMario
Hi, 

That's exactly, what the qualify macro was made for. 
http://tiddlywiki.com/#qualify%20Macro%20(Examples):%5B%5Bqualify%20Macro%20(Examples)%5D%5D%20%5B%5Bqualify%20Macro%5D%5D

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[tw] Re: LOADING

2017-07-18 Thread PMario
On Tuesday, July 18, 2017 at 6:41:45 PM UTC+2, @TiddlyTweeter wrote:

> I'd rather not have to spend 3-6 seconds waiting for it to load every time 
> I navigate back to it since I am constantly going in and out of it.
>
 
hmmm, If loading of a tab takes 3-6 seconds, that's bad ... There's 
probably something wrong. 

How many tiddlers do you show in the tab??
How many content tiddlers (not shadow) does the TW have. 
Anything big in it? eg images, jpgs > 500k in size and many of them?

How old is the PC?

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[tw] Re: LOADING

2017-07-18 Thread PMario
Ahh, 
OK .. That's the "*retain*" setting from the reveal widget: 
http://tiddlywiki.com/#RevealWidget

If you set retain to yes, it will keep the stuff in the browser DOM. .. 
It's faster to display, ... BUT ... it also takes part in the TW refresh 
cycle. 

So, even if the content is hidden, it's updated in the background, if 
something changes. .. So having 6 hidden tabs with 100 tiddler links each, 
TW has to touch them, for no good reason, just wasting time. 

If loading your tab content is slow, imo there is a different problem. ... 
We also have to define, what slow is, for you?

have fun!
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[tw] Re: LOADING

2017-07-17 Thread PMario
Hi, 

Depends on your browser setting. Not TW specific.

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[tw] Re: My Transclusion headache

2017-07-17 Thread PMario
Tobi Beer has some nice examples: 
http://tobibeer.github.io/tb5/#Templates:Templates%20%5B%5BConditional%20ViewTemplate%20Section%5D%5D
 
about templates. 

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[tw] Re: My Transclusion headache

2017-07-17 Thread PMario
Hi Tony, 

It's all relatively straight forward. .. I think I know, what causes your 
headaches. 

The fact, that you can't do  $(var)${{!!field}} .. It needs to be 
$(var)$$(secondVar)$ ... to work

The fact, that the list-widget modifies the currentTiddler by default. ... 
BUT there is a "variable" parameter, which is very handy, but definitely 
"underused" by new users. 

I did add an attachment, that you can analyze. 

 - It contains a stylesheet tiddler, to customize the buttons. and 
 - a new-set-template template, that is automatically activated, when a 
tiddler has a "tab-list" field. 
 - The buttons are hidden, if the tab-tiddler contains some text! .. So if 
the tiddler exists, but is empty, the button will be visible. 

have fun!
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new-set-template-example.json
Description: application/json


[tw] Re: Command line from TiddlyWiki

2017-07-17 Thread PMario
On Tuesday, June 20, 2017 at 3:44:40 PM UTC+2, Jed Carty wrote:
>
> I would really like to be able to run a bash script from a tiddlywiki, but 
> I haven't figured out how yet.
>

I'm pretty sure, that you don't want to run arbitrary scripts form 
untrusted sources on your computer, if the browser visits any page. 

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[tw] Re: My Transclusion headache

2017-07-16 Thread PMario
On Monday, July 17, 2017 at 3:46:07 AM UTC+2, TonyM wrote:
>
> Where I start to have difficulties is when I try to use values in widgets, 
> macros etc...
>

I see.
 

> My particular application uses a field in outer with multiple named 
> tiddlers (Like a tags field)
> eg tiddlerlist: "Overview examples [[How to]]"
> We could call this a list of suffixes
>

ok
 

> I want to create a new tiddler button (when viewing outer) for tiddlers 
> prefixed by outers (title), suffixed by each value
> eg
> outer - Overview
> outer - examples
> outer - How To
>

:) Yea ... this is a macro uses variables problem. ... can't be solved with 
transclusions, ...
 

> The new tiddlers must also be tagged with "outer" their sufix eg Overview 
> and have their field caption set to their suffix value
>

that should be straight forward.
 

> Idealy you will not see the new tiddler button if the tiddler already 
> exists  
>

should be possible. 
 

> I am sure what you have told me will get me there eventualy.
>

yes. ... but still some work needed. 

I should have some more pointers ... soon. 

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[tw] Re: My Transclusion headache

2017-07-16 Thread PMario
 

> including macros etc... I want to pass a value to subsequent lists etc... 
> that is not reevaluated in every other tiddler/macro/filter etc...
>

Once upon a time, there where no global macros. 
Macros could only live within the tiddler where they have been defined.
Users felt great pain. They endlessly complained about of their misery. 
So a brave hero had to be sent out to defend the dragon ... 
uups ... ok ok ... 

Since beta 5.0.13 

 
we have the import-variables widget. 

*outer: *

\define my-macro() Praise the hero!

<$set name="var-test" value="asdf">
  <$transclude tiddler="inner" mode=block/>



*inner: *

<$importvariables filter="outer">

<>



{{!!primary-field}}

<>

hope that helps :)  ... use with care!
and

have fun!
mario

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[tw] Re: My Transclusion headache

2017-07-16 Thread PMario
 
>
> how can I construct a variable, that once set in the primary tiddler will 
> retain its value in all subsequently transcluded tiddlers,
>

In TW variables have a scope. ... That means they are only valid inside 
there scope. 

Simple test: If you copy paste the following snippet into an empty tiddler 

<>
<$set name="var-test" value="asdf">
  <>

<>

Transclusions, that want to work with variables set in a tiddler, have to 
be called inside the "scope" of the corresponding widget. See the 
"set-widget" example form above. 

outer: 

<$set name="var-test" value="asdf">
  <$transclude tiddler="inner"/>


inner: 

<>


The same mechanisms are used by the core templates. ... They are just a bit 
more "advanced" ;)


part 2 ... one more to follow

have fun!
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[tw] Re: My Transclusion headache

2017-07-16 Thread PMario
Hi Tony,

I think, you are mixing up fundamentally different things (fields, 
variables and macros), and that gives you a headache. I'll try to point you 
into the right directions.

On Sunday, July 16, 2017 at 4:18:03 AM UTC+2, TonyM wrote:

> Using field values in my primary tiddler,
>

Fields are an integral part of the tiddler. So whenever you access eg: 
HelloThere all the fields that are defined with it, are also there. Fields 
always live in the context of the current tiddler. 

eg:
HelloThere has a "list-field" ... You can access this field from everywhere 
with {{HelloThere!!list}}

If you want to transclude the "text-field" you can use {{HelloThere!!text}}

Because we are lazy folks, we don't want to type too much there is a 
convenient function built in to TiddlyWiki: "whenever a transclusion is 
specified, the text field is used as the default field value 
." So we can write: {{HelloThere}} 
if we want the content. 

Sometimes we don't want to specify the tiddler title, because it should be 
dynamic. So we want to use: {{!!list}}. TW has a problem now. The tiddler 
title is not defined anymore. ... That's why a sensible default is used: 
The  <> variable. This currentTiddler variable is set by 
the ViewTemplate 
,
 
with the tiddler widget 
.
 


The transclude-widget uses the currentTiddler variable, but doesn't set it! 
That's important

Let's create 2 test tiddlers: *outer* and *inner*. Where outer is the 
primary tiddler, that transcludes the inner tiddler. The inner tiddler 
want's to access the primary-field ... That's what you want. right?

*outer*   defines a field eg: primary-field: PRIMARY
outer:text

outer: {{!!primary-field}}

inner: {{inner}}


-
*inner *

{{!!primary-field}}



This doesn't work, because {{inner}} sets the currenTiddler variable to 
"inner". So we need to change outer to:

*outer:* 

inner: {{||inner}}
or
inner: <$transclude tiddler=inner/>

So the currentTiddler variable isn't changed and the inner tiddler sees the 
primary-field. We call this mechanism "Transcludion with Templates 
"
 
 inner is a template now. 

... part 1  more to follow

hope that helps a bit
have fun!
mario

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[tw] Re: A TiddlyWikified Lens on Spreadsheets

2017-07-15 Thread PMario
Hi Steve,

Interesting. ... You could create a "backdrop" tiddler like this: 

title:  $:/config/EmptyStoryMessage

{{HelloThere||$:/core/ui/ViewTemplate}}


With this configuration, the "HelloThere" tiddler will be allways on, if 
the story is empty. 

have fun!
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[tw] Re: Investigation: Random -- But Within A Range

2017-07-14 Thread PMario
imo better: 

\define number()$(n1)$$(n2)$$(n3)$$(n4)$
<$list filter="0 1 2 3 4 +[random[1]]" variable="n1" >
<$list filter="1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 +[random[1]]" variable="n2" >
<$list filter="1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 +[random[1]]" variable="n3" >
<$list filter="1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 +[random[1]]" variable="n4" >
<>





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[tw] Re: Investigation: Lightboxes in TW?

2017-07-14 Thread PMario
Hi TT,

Should it be a lightbox only, or should there be the standard "writer" 
interface too. ... I personally don't like popups and modals. IMO they 
waste screen real estate. Images, videos, .. should be full-screen with 
minimal UI, even in a TW. 

I'm thinking about stuff like these: 

 - https://tympanus.net/Tutorials/CSSMaskTransition/  ... latest browsers 
only ... I love demo2 and 3
 - https://tympanus.net/Tutorials/TiltedContentSlideshow/
 - https://tympanus.net/Development/ScatteredPolaroidsGallery/

The problem with those examples is. You still need perfect images, to make 
the effects shine ;) and for TW we'd need to make everything dynamic. So 
basically implement it from scratch. ... But I like the animations for 
about 20 minutes ;)

So if you want to work with it, I'd use much less bells and whistles. 

have fun!
mario

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[tw] Re: Adding sources to tiddlers

2017-07-13 Thread PMario
On Tuesday, July 11, 2017 at 6:22:35 PM UTC+2, Matt wrote:
>
> I have a number of tiddlers that I need to reference the source of the 
> information that they contain. Currently I have simply added the source to 
> the bottom of the text.
>
> This is OK but I have found in instances where I wish to transclude a 
> tiddler I usually don't want the source to appear alongside it.
>

IMO there is a problem, if you skip the source reference with the 
transclusion. 

Let's say tiddlerA and tiddlerB have a source. Now you transclude tiddlerB 
into tiddlerA

If you skip one of the sources, both texts have the same source from A now. 
... Which imo is completely wrong. 

just some thoughts. 
mario

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[tw] Re: Displaying field entries

2017-07-12 Thread PMario
Hi Matt,

This doesn't make sense. Your list doesn't create a list.  

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It's the same as if you write

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... If you describe, what you want to achieve imo would be more efficient, 
than let us guess, what you want.

-mario

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