[tw5] Re: checklist in sidebar

2019-07-15 Thread Adam S.
Thank you very much Tony! It works flawlessly. I appreciate the explanation too! On Monday, July 15, 2019 at 1:05:43 PM UTC+2, TonyM wrote: > > Adam, > > First your problem. > > If you go to https://grosinger.net/tw5-checklist/#ChecklistExample and > tag that tiddler

[tw5] Re: checklist in sidebar

2019-07-15 Thread Adam S.
e your list not appear to be in a table? On Monday, July 15, 2019 at 5:11:35 AM UTC+2, Mohammad wrote: > > Hi Adam, > Wait few hours and I will update the tiny todo list plugin today with > what you like to have > [] done/undone all items > [] archive completed

[tw5] Re: checklist in sidebar

2019-07-15 Thread Adam S.
recreated (I'm doing exactly this) by simply adding the $:/tags/SideBar tag to the ChecklistExample tiddler in this tiddlywiki <https://grosinger.net/tw5-checklist/> and then interacting with the ChecklistExample in the sidebar. On Monday, July 15, 2019 at 4:39:05 AM UTC+2, TonyM wrote: >

[tw5] checklist in sidebar

2019-07-14 Thread Adam S.
Hi all! When I try to use this plugin in the SideBar, it gives me a javascript error. I'm no good with javascript, so can anyone tell me what causes this and if it is fixable? (and perhaps how to fix it) TypeError: $tw.wiki.getTiddler(...) is undefined

[tw5] Re: Click to expand all button?

2019-07-11 Thread Adam S.
I would like to have the opposite of this. I often have multiple things expanded and would like to close them all up with one click. In some programs I can use alt+click to close up all groups for example, that would be a great functionality if it is possible. On Sunday, July 7, 2019 at

[tw5] Re: Is it possible to change the default wiki in tiddlydesktop?

2019-07-02 Thread Adam S.
Thank you Tony! I will keep an eye on this thread! On Tuesday, July 2, 2019 at 1:04:23 AM UTC+2, TonyM wrote: > > Adam, > > I am not aware of this and have being looking for a while. I hoped at > least I could launch a wiki from a command line or batch file. > > I will le

[tw5] Is it possible to change the default wiki in tiddlydesktop?

2019-07-01 Thread Adam S.
Hello everyone! I would like tiddlydesktop to open a selected wiki instead of the default with the wiki list. Is this possible? -- 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,

[tw5] TiddlyWiki .md Files

2019-03-16 Thread Adam
Greetings to all, I like using TiddlyWiki on NodeJs but my only problem is that it doesn't use markdown by default and I prefer to have all my notes in .md files. Is there any way for TiddlyWiki to store files in .md and not .tid format? Cheers, Adam -- You received this message because you

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

2019-03-15 Thread Adam Sherwood
Hi Birthe, Strange. Maybe it's some kind of problem caused by compiling the plugin. I'll check it out and get back to you. Thanks for pointing this out! Best wishes, Admls On Fri, Mar 15, 2019 at 4:46 AM Birthe C wrote: > Admis, > > In tiddler AltNavigation, Try clicking on these links while

Re: [tw5] Re: Plugin tiddlers non-functional until opened and saved

2019-03-12 Thread Adam Sherwood
Hi Mohammad, That's really interesting. The place I noticed the phenomenon was in a tiddler being used as a template as well. I'm going to check out the filter issue that Jeremy suggested when I get the chance later. But I suspect that's probably it in my case. It would make sense that the filter

[tw5] codemirror and comptext plugins

2019-02-10 Thread Adam Shepherd
Hello everyone! Is it possible to make the Codemirror plugin *and* the Edit-CompText plugin work at the *same time*? (By "default" it is one or the other.) -- You received this

[tw5] Re: Missing close button in pop-ups

2019-02-02 Thread Adam Shepherd
n able to pin down when it happens or why. > > Josiah > > On Saturday, 2 February 2019 11:44:13 UTC+1, Adam Shepherd wrote: >> >> Thank you Rony. Since then, I figured out what causes the problem in >> broad terms. I don't know what's going on exactly though. >>

[tw5] Re: Missing close button in pop-ups

2019-02-02 Thread Adam Shepherd
Thank you Rony, After painstakingly deleting all tiddlers (I was using the advanced search / filter tab but it left a lot of manual work) to provide you with an example where it doesn't show up, I went back to double-check that I tried the wiki with all plugins turned off. It turns out I

[tw5] Re: Listing tiddlers by length of text field

2019-02-02 Thread Adam Shepherd
to dropbox, would you be willing to open >> the file to see if it works? >> >> On Friday, February 1, 2019 at 3:06:59 PM UTC-6, Adam Shepherd wrote: >>> >>> It does work for me. >>> Did you drag the necessary macro and filter to your wiki? >>&g

[tw5] Missing close button in pop-ups

2019-02-01 Thread Adam Shepherd
For some reason the close button doesn't show up for me anymore on "pop-up" alerts and menus and I couldn't find any other way to close them. I've attached an example of where it is missing (and the same menu in an empty TW). Can someone help me find where I can reverse what I did (I've made so

[tw5] Re: Listing tiddlers by length of text field

2019-02-01 Thread Adam Shepherd
It does work for me. Did you drag the necessary macro and filter to your wiki? I followed the instructions here , saved and refreshed my wiki and it worked wonderfully. On Friday, February 1, 2019 at 7:16:38 PM UTC+1, Joe

[tw5] Re: need help

2019-01-30 Thread Adam Shepherd
I am unsure what the current solution for firefox is, my advice for you is to use tiddlydesktop. https://tiddlywiki.com/#TiddlyDesktop When I use firefox, the saving function (without any firefox plugin) works by saving a new html file every time. On Wednesday, January 30, 2019 at 2:40:40 PM

[tw5] Re: How does cardo override theme settings?

2019-01-27 Thread Adam Shepherd
rdios CSS > You can move the order of stylesheets using the $:/tags/Stylesheet > <https://cardo.wiki/#%24%3A%2Ftags%2FStylesheet> tagpill (drag and Drop) > > To find the correct CCS name you can use the browsers developer tool > > inspect to find them. > > Regards > Ton

[tw5] How does cardo override theme settings?

2019-01-26 Thread Adam Shepherd
Hello Everyone! I'm experimenting with cardo (https://cardo.wiki/) and it somehow overrides how the tiddler edit buttons and related buttons look. ( tiddler-controls-foreground, sidebar-controls-foreground) No matter what color I set in the theme, it turns them black, or to the general primary

[tw5] How does cardo overrides the theme settings?

2019-01-26 Thread Adam Shepherd
Hello Everyone! I'm experimenting with cardo (https://cardo.wiki/) and it somehow overrides how the tiddler edit buttons and related buttons look. ( tiddler-controls-foreground, sidebar-controls-foreground) No matter what color I set in the theme, it turns them black, or to the general primary

[tw5] Bug with Black Bar at the Right Side of Tiddlers When Editing on Firefox

2018-12-18 Thread Adam
Greetings, when editing tiddlers on Firefox then as you can see in the gif I have created a black bar is appearing and disappearing as I enter new lines. What is that bug? Is it a known one? Gif here: https://giphy.com/gifs/2zcpFtOksptmqjQcZB Cheers, Adam -- You received this message

[tw5] Re: Table of Contents' Tree Always Expanded

2018-12-17 Thread Adam
Exactly what I wanted! Thank you! On Monday, December 17, 2018 at 9:45:34 PM UTC+2, Jed Carty wrote: > > The easiest way is to use the simple table of contents that doesn't have > the collapsing part. > > https://tiddlywiki.com/#Example%20Table%20of%20Contents%3A%20Simple > -- You received

[tw5] Table of Contents' Tree Always Expanded

2018-12-17 Thread Adam
Greetings, How can I have the table of contents' tree be always expanded so I can see all the nested tiddlers? Cheers, Adam -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails fro

[tw5] Re: Where is the KeeBoord plugin?

2018-12-13 Thread Adam Shepherd
this. On Thursday, December 13, 2018 at 4:57:28 PM UTC+1, Diego Mesa wrote: > > Adam, > > I also want to make JD's popup search box a core part of TW. I've used > spotlight for mac (also previously quicksilver and now alfred) and many > other application/file launchers for windows

[tw5] Re: Where is the KeeBoord plugin?

2018-12-13 Thread Adam Shepherd
> at the tiddlywiki github repo we're discussing about making some of these > features core-ready, so I'm looking forward to bringing as many useful > things to tiddlywiki > I'm happy to read this. Thank you for answering. What I find extremely useful is reducing older wikies into new

[tw5] Re: Where is the KeeBoord plugin?

2018-12-13 Thread Adam Shepherd
I always make backups, that is rule #1. It is at this point an automatic habit. But thank you for reminding me. I can't believe I haven't seen that, I can't read today. I apologize for that. This is perfect. I did see the inpututils plugin though and installed it and its ability to select

[tw5] Re: Where is the KeeBoord plugin?

2018-12-13 Thread Adam Shepherd
, December 13, 2018 at 12:09:18 PM UTC+1, BurningTreeC wrote: > > Hi Adam, > > I've put KeeBoord offline temporarily because the new TiddlyWiki version > 5.1.18 now includes some features of it and KeeBoord has to be changed > > You can see the current state at > https://bu

[tw5] Where is the KeeBoord plugin?

2018-12-13 Thread Adam Shepherd
Hello everyone! I can't seem to locate BTC's amazing keeboord plugin anywhere. Muuritouch is gone too. (But that is a smaller issue for me.) What happened? Where is it? Keyboard navigation is what makes tiddlywiki (and most software for that matter) a real tool. Without full control with a

[tw5] Re: [Outreach] Communicating to writers the benefits of TW -- #21 FUTURE TIDDLERS

2018-11-01 Thread Adam Sherwood
could look, or how I could help in making something like this are most welcome! Best regards, Adam On Saturday, September 29, 2018 at 3:28:56 PM UTC+1, @TiddlyTweeter wrote: > > Ciao Mark S. > > I am still playing around with this and thinking about it. I think its > *really* good. &

[tw5] Re: Word Count

2018-10-31 Thread Adam Sherwood
Thanks Thomas! That's really helpful. On Wednesday, October 31, 2018 at 4:33:41 PM UTC, Thomas Elmiger wrote: > > Hi and welcome Adam, > > If you want to count while editing have a look at my plugin Editor Counter: > https://tid.li/tw5/plugins.html > > It is based on Jed'

[tw5] Re: Word Count

2018-10-31 Thread Adam Sherwood
That's fantastic! Thanks! On Wednesday, October 31, 2018 at 1:31:09 PM UTC, Mohammad wrote: > > Take a look at https://ooktech.com/TiddlyWiki/WordCount/ > by Jed Carty! It works great! > > Mohammad > -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki"

[tw5] Word Count

2018-10-31 Thread Adam Sherwood
that count in an info field. Is that possible? And how might I go about it. And like, I said, absolute tiddlywiki novice here. So expalin to me like I'm 10 years old. You folks have built an amazing tool in tiddlywiki by the way. It's absolutely amazing. Best regards, Adam -- You received

Re: [tw5] Re: Twitter News -- Short Discussion of Logo

2018-08-21 Thread Adam Shepherd
On Tuesday, August 21, 2018 at 11:04:28 PM UTC+2, Enneco Gotzon wrote: > > Hi Adam. > > I also believe that as TW logo your proposal is much more suitable than > the current cat; thank you. > > I think you have designed a good logo, but with all humility and due > r

[tw5] Re: Twitter News -- Short Discussion of Logo

2018-08-21 Thread Adam Shepherd
Hello! New forum member here. I discovered TW about a year ago and I'm completely in love with it since. I never understood the cat. I'm a designer and it took me precisely 7 minutes to cook up a square-ish (in its aspect-ratio, but the actual fish is intended to be friendly hence the curved

[tw5] Re: TiddlyWiki Saving Button on Windows

2018-07-30 Thread Adam
I know that I need to reproduce the error and I will try. I have obviously changed the paths and it works, it saves the tiddlers, but the behaviour is as I described. -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe from this

[tw5] TiddlyWiki Saving Button on Windows

2018-07-30 Thread Adam
I use my TiddlyWiki with TiddlyServer on Linux and everything works fine. The other day I used it on Windows, with TiddlyServer, and I had to press two times the save button in order to say "Saved wiki" and sometimes it also produced an XML related error (if I remember correctly). I can't

[tw5] Re: Non Scrollable Headers

2018-07-15 Thread Adam
Hahaha! You make it sound like I use Netscape or something, Firefox is not an obscure browser! Nevertheless I laughed way more than I should have with that one, Good job :P -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe from

[tw5] Re: Non Scrollable Headers

2018-07-15 Thread Adam
That is exactly what I wanted, thanks JD. I didn't think it would be so easy... -- 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] Non Scrollable Headers

2018-07-15 Thread Adam
Greetings everyone, how can I prevent the headers of the tiddlers from moving away when I scroll? What I want is for them to always be visible at the top of the page when I scroll down. This is especially useful when I work with long tiddlers. Cheers, Adam -- You received this message

[tw5] Twitchy Two Column Layout

2018-07-10 Thread Adam
I use the following code .tc-story-river { display: flex; flex-wrap: wrap; } .tc-tiddler-frame { max-width: 49%; margin-right: 1%; height: 50em; overflow: auto; } that I found in the following topic:

[tw5] Re: Change the Position of the Save Message

2018-07-08 Thread Adam
other kind of positioning > <https://www.w3schools.com/Css/css_positioning.asp> > > Hope this helps :) > > -JD > > > > On Sunday, July 8, 2018 at 1:38:44 PM UTC+9, Adam wrote: >> >> I would like to change the position of the save message that is displayed

[tw5] Change the Position of the Save Message

2018-07-07 Thread Adam
I would like to change the position of the save message that is displayed in the upper right corner, how can I do it? -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email

[tw5] Re: Link an object inside the same tiddler

2018-07-05 Thread Adam
maybe beg for features and hope that there is not malware inside in the form of ads or data collecting tools or who knows what else... -Adam On Friday, July 6, 2018 at 7:07:34 AM UTC+3, TonyM wrote: > > Yes, > > Another advantage of open source, especially tiddlywiki, because of t

[tw5] Re: Link an object inside the same tiddler

2018-07-05 Thread Adam
Yes exactly! The first reason I check when I try to find a new piece of software to use is whether it is open source. Being open source mainly has to do with the community, so the better the community the more comfortable I am when using the software. - Adam On Friday, July 6, 2018 at 6:39

[tw5] Re: Link an object inside the same tiddler

2018-07-05 Thread Adam
Thanks Tony! Your response is a very optimistic way of seeing this. Cheers, Adam -- 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 tiddlywik

[tw5] Re: How to create Table of Contents inside a tiddler?

2018-07-05 Thread Adam
replies dozens of questions arose in my mind, that's all! I always thought that anything that exists in any webpage could be implemented in the TiddlyWiki given that it is a HTML file which can also be coded in Javascript. Thank you, Adam -- You received this message because you are subscribed

[tw5] Re: Link an object inside the same tiddler

2018-07-05 Thread Adam
Mark, I just found out about it and I am currently writing a reply there. This is a tremendous coincidence that two posts of the same contents were created so recently together. Thank you very much for pointing it out though. Cheers, Adam -- You received this message because you

[tw5] Link an object inside the same tiddler

2018-07-05 Thread Adam
, this question can be stated as "how can I create a global placeholder so a link can transfer me to that position". Thanks, Adam -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving

[tw5] Re: Material Theme for TW5 (still sort-of )

2018-07-02 Thread Adam
as no one is going to judge you! The good thing is that you have created something great (your theme) and get to learn Git by trying to improve it. Adam -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop

[tw5] Re: Material Theme for TW5 (still sort-of )

2018-07-02 Thread Adam
JD, Amazing! You don't need to thank me, I use your theme as my main theme all day! Cheers, Adam -- 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: Material Theme for TW5 (still sort-of )

2018-06-30 Thread Adam
we don't really know when to update the theme we have installed. I have been using your theme for many days now and it is magnificent. Keep up the good work and thank you for it! Kind regards, Adam -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "Tiddl

[tw5] Re: Material Theme for TW5 (still sort-of )

2018-06-26 Thread Adam
If you press the search button and for instance search for Sidebar in the shadow tiddlers then there is a bug because the available tiddlers are more than the space of the list. -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe

[tw5] Re: Material Theme for TW5 (still sort-of )

2018-06-23 Thread Adam Antios
I found your theme yesterday and I a amazed at hot gorgeous it is. I haven't searched the whole conversation but create a GitHub/GitLab page for your theme. That way you will have more control about feature requests and bugs. Also that amazing theme will have a home and gain more traction.

[tw] Re: Usable (pre-beta) version of Cardo - a new TW5 for Getting Things Done

2017-01-31 Thread Adam Houston
I concur, ticklers in dGSD were very useful. Especially as they were implemented with the +d +w +y buttons next to them to easily reschedule them into the future after you took care of one that was recurring. Some food for thought: In http://gsd5.tiddlyspot.com/ ticklers are something you

Re: [tw] Re: Usable (pre-beta) version of Cardo - a new TW5 for Getting Things Done

2017-01-23 Thread Adam Houston
on multiple devices. I am just impressed it runs as well as it does without being aware of throwing it on top of pouch/couchdb. On Mon, Jan 23, 2017 at 11:38 AM, Danielo Rodríguez <rdani...@gmail.com> wrote: > Dear David, > > I'm the couch guy :) > Adam has already tried cardo wi

[tw] Re: NoteSelf mobile app ( well, kind of)

2017-01-23 Thread Adam Houston
see the promise. With TW5 being designed with the concept of tiddlers coming from some data source and the workable pouchdb plugin you have put together I can see a number of very useful and powerful solutions be assembled in a more simplified manner. Adam On Friday, January 20, 2017 at 6:37

[tw] Re: Usable (pre-beta) version of Cardo - a new TW5 for Getting Things Done

2017-01-23 Thread Adam Houston
tps://noteself.github.io/online/ and plugged it into a couchdb backend at cloudant.com and actually it runs surprisingly well across multiple devices with no effort. I have always liked how easy it was to plug things together inside of TW :) Thank you for your efforts, Adam On Fri

[tw] Re: NoteSelf mobile app ( well, kind of)

2017-01-18 Thread Adam Houston
Is it possible to load the gsd5 (or your forked copy https://github.com/danielo515/gsd5 ) into the NoteSelf Online edition? I have been interested in a gsd/dgsd/GTD type tiddlywiki that could sync individual tiddlers vs uploading the entire wiki as well as run on a mobile device. On

[tw] Re: why are these tiddlers created? 1-{-1642131862}

2014-06-05 Thread Adam Winn
Ah, thank you. I remember hearing about those. nice to know what they are now. will they affect performance if there are a ton of them? my Wiki gets laggy after using it for a little while. I want to figure out why. I have a google calendar embeded and a calculator widget using iframes. I am

[tw] why are these tiddlers created? 1-{-1642131862}

2014-06-03 Thread Adam Winn
hey everyone, I just upgraded to the newest version, when I imported I noticed a ton of tiddlers in the format above. they all have titles for my tiddlers in them as well. what are these? thanks -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google

[tw] Re: TW5 disable editing/drag and drop

2014-05-07 Thread Adam Winn
Thank you very much Ton. I will take a look at the guide. On Thursday, May 1, 2014 2:47:45 AM UTC-6, Ton Gerner wrote: Hi Adam, If you want to make your TW read-only, have a look at at my read-only guide [1]. Cheers, Ton [1] http://tw5readonly.tiddlyspot.com/ On Wednesday, April 30

Re: [tw] Re: TW5 disable editing/drag and drop

2014-05-07 Thread Adam Winn
daunting though, any suggestions? Any suggestions about how I could possibly help out in general? On Thursday, May 1, 2014 1:49:39 AM UTC-6, Jeremy Ruston wrote: Hi Adam First off I think tiddlywiki5 is the coolest project. Thanks, much appreciated! first off drag and drop is a HUGE pain

[tw] TW5 disable editing/drag and drop

2014-04-30 Thread Adam Winn
Hi everyone! First off I think tiddlywiki5 is the coolest project. I'm an aspiring javascript dev learning node. so When I found TW5 it was awesome because I have been making an internal wiki for the company I work at with it. Looks awesome works great.except for the editing. first off

[tw] Re: TW5 disable editing/drag and drop

2014-04-30 Thread Adam Winn
I guess I should also mention that i am using it locally. everyone is using it from a shared folder on our network. -- 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

[tw] Re: FCKEditor has made me crazy tonight...seems broken ???

2013-03-09 Thread Adam Sneller
Gunnar, This is fantastic! Thank you putting this online! Best, -Adam On Saturday, March 9, 2013 5:58:31 AM UTC-8, Gunnar Mathisen wrote: I've uploaded a copy of my current CKeditor set-up to http://wildweb.no/tiddlywiki if anyone wants to try it out. It's basically the CKeditorPlugin

[tw] Re: FCKEditor has made me crazy tonight...seems broken ???

2013-03-08 Thread Adam Sneller
Hi Gunnar, Would you mind posting more details about how you were able to install CKeditor on TiddlyWiki? I'm sure a lot of folk (including myself) would love to learn how to implement this! Thanks, -Adam On Friday, March 8, 2013 7:49:06 AM UTC-8, Gunnar Mathisen wrote: I'm trying out

[tw] Re: filedropplugin not working, And a question about images in tiddler.

2013-03-08 Thread Adam Sneller
Has anyone been able to get this to work recently? I have the same problem. I installed FileDrop and set signed.applets.codebase_principal_support to *true* but FF still insists on opening images files when I drag them to the window..? On Tuesday, January 22, 2013 11:40:04 AM UTC-8, Richard

[tw] Re: Modify DOM with jQuery and Save work back to TW?

2013-03-07 Thread Adam Sneller
Wow. As always Tobias, you have provided a wealth of information! Your tip on the setTiddlerTag() method solved two of my problems (I was wondering why my tags list wouldn't update!) Thanks! On Wednesday, March 6, 2013 12:52:29 AM UTC-8, Tobias Beer wrote: Hi Adam, Allow me to be picky

[tw] Re: Piping MatchTags to jQueryUI/sortable

2013-03-07 Thread Adam Sneller
? By-the-way, I got your note about sending developer-related content to the other group. I'll be sure to do this for future threads (I'm not sure what to do about threads that I've already started here though..) Best, -Adam On Tuesday, March 5, 2013 7:13:46 AM UTC-8, Tobias Beer wrote: Hi again, Adam

[tw] Re: Modify DOM with jQuery and Save work back to TW?

2013-03-06 Thread Adam Sneller
wrote: Hi Adam, If you find the time, please share (a quick summary of) the details of how you solved your problem; others (including myself) may be looking for just the same [1]. ;-) By the way, TiddlyKanban [2] has also implemented a method for refreshing contents, see

[tw] Re: Linking to a tiddler inside an html space.

2013-03-05 Thread Adam Sneller
('#myList').append('li' + *wikify(tiddlers[j].title,)*+ '/li'); } } }); What would you use for the *place* parameter in wikify()? Thanks, Adam On Thursday, January 31, 2013 12:18:39 AM UTC-8, Tobias Beer wrote: Have you tried using the wikify function in said plugin? wikify(what,where

Re: [tw] possible solution for tiddlywiki local saving problem in modern browsers

2013-03-05 Thread Adam Sneller
of TiddlyFox for Safari, Chrome, etc. But it sounds like you are already been down this path... Anyway, I love using this wiki, and I hope that I can contribute some plugins soon :) Best, -Adam -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups TiddlyWiki group

[tw] Re: Linking to a tiddler inside an html space.

2013-03-05 Thread Adam Sneller
Hi Tobias, Thank you so much for putting this together! This is really helpful!! Best, -Adam On Tuesday, March 5, 2013 6:41:42 AM UTC-8, Tobias Beer wrote: Hi Adam, No idea how this happened, but my last post got deleted. So here it goes again... You have it a bit backwards ;-) Let

[tw] Re: Modify DOM with jQuery and Save work back to TW?

2013-03-05 Thread Adam Sneller
Yeah, absolutely—happy to share. I might have spoke a little soon though (I'm still figuring this one out). By the way, your documentation on http://tiddlywikidev.tiddlyspace.com/ is awesome! On Tuesday, March 5, 2013 3:07:53 AM UTC-8, Tobias Beer wrote: Hi Adam, If you find the time

[tw] Passing a Div through a macro to plugin?

2013-03-04 Thread Adam Sneller
Can anyone tell me how to pass a div from a tiddler, through a macro to a plugin? Basically, I have a tiddler that looks like this: *HTML UL id=#myList LI/LI ... LI/LI /UL /HTML* and I want to pass *#myList* through a macro... something like this?? *sortList,

Re: [tw] possible solution for tiddlywiki local saving problem in modern browsers

2013-03-04 Thread Adam Sneller
of others: http://java-source.net/open-source/web-servers Best, -Adam On Friday, March 1, 2013 7:10:17 AM UTC-8, Jeremy Ruston wrote: True, the download option is much more inconvenient than the old file save behaviour. However it is the only option that still works out of the box! Why

[tw] Re: Passing a Div through a macro to plugin?

2013-03-04 Thread Adam Sneller
., 10:04, Adam Sneller adam%earth2adam@gtempaccount.com wrote: Can anyone tell me how to pass a div from a tiddler, through a macro to a plugin? Basically, I have a tiddler that looks like this: *HTML UL id=#myList LI/LI ... LI/LI /UL /HTML

[tw] Re: Piping MatchTags to jQueryUI/sortable

2013-03-03 Thread Adam Sneller
https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-VRzHCDkGS9g/UTMosZhg06I/AAM/PJSoddsiLKQ/s1600/screenshot.tif A couple more things: Here is the version that I adapted it for TW. For this test, I actually used jQuery.sortable() instead of the DragSort library, but it works fine. The only problem is

[tw] Re: Download TiddlyWiki.org theme?

2013-03-03 Thread Adam Sneller
Thanks Julio—this looks great! On Sunday, March 3, 2013 1:04:47 PM UTC-8, Julio wrote: Hello Tobias and Adam, I was actually playing around with this myself and came up with this: http://tsmock.tiddlyspot.com/ There is some tweaking around and some omissions to be done (like Tobias

[tw] Re: Piping MatchTags to jQueryUI/sortable

2013-03-03 Thread Adam Sneller
Mario Thanks! I haven't been able to find much documentation on the TiddlyWiki API. This code is a big help! Best, -Adam On Sunday, March 3, 2013 3:33:59 AM UTC-8, PMario wrote: Hi Adam, Following this topic, the following video may be of interest. 3:17 min https://www.youtube.com

[tw] Modify DOM with jQuery and Save work back to TW?

2013-03-03 Thread Adam Sneller
?? Thanks! -Adam -- 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 group, send email to tiddlywiki

[tw] Re: Modify DOM with jQuery and Save work back to TW?

2013-03-03 Thread Adam Sneller
Nevermind. 2 days of searching and I find my answer immediately after writing this post! I just stumbled onto: http://tiddlywikidev.tiddlyspace.com/ On Sunday, March 3, 2013 11:01:09 PM UTC-8, Adam Sneller wrote: I am working on a plugin that lets the user manipulate the DOM for a tiddler

[tw] Piping MatchTags to jQueryUI/sortable

2013-03-02 Thread Adam Sneller
I am trying to generate an unordered list (HTML) using Eric Shulman's TodoList template. I then want to make this sortable with the jQueryUI, so that I can manually reorder items via drag and drop. I'm having trouble creating the html from MatchTags... and of course jQuery doesn't want to fire

[tw] Re: New Plugin: Kanban Productivity Tool

2013-03-02 Thread Adam Sneller
). I was able to fix this by adding a line of CSS to the stylesheet: .tiddler { overflow:auto; } 2. I guess the plugin doesn't save the sort order of the kanban cards... Has anyone figured out how to make these stick? Best, -Adam On Sunday, November 20, 2011 2:15:25 PM UTC-8, Tim Barnes

[tw] Re: Piping MatchTags to jQueryUI/sortable

2013-03-02 Thread Adam Sneller
Thank you both for your comments. I will try and get something posted online so you can see what I'm after. Basically, I'm looking to create a todo list, where each item maps to a tiddler (similar to Eric Shulman's TodoList example). But I want the ability to manually reorder todo items by

Re: [tw] Will or will we not have WYSIWYG in Tiddly v5

2013-03-01 Thread Adam Sneller
HI Jeremy, I'd like to 2nd this. Like Yakov, I am also interested in using TiddlyWiki for scientific notetaking. I think this make a terrific Log Book and Journal. In the past, I have really enjoyed using LyX for writing LaTeX. Instead of taking a straight WYSIWYG approach, LyX takes a

[tw] Re: Download TiddlyWiki.org theme?

2013-03-01 Thread Adam Sneller
Hi Tobias, Thanks for your reply! I'll check this out. On Friday, March 1, 2013 7:16:36 AM UTC-8, Tobias Beer wrote: Well, and of course the way I defined the ColorPalette reusing the same colors also plays some role in the looks ;-) Cheers, Tobias. -- You received this message because

[tw] Re: Will or will we not have WYSIWYG in Tiddly v5

2013-03-01 Thread Adam Sneller
Thanks Mario—these look promising! On Friday, March 1, 2013 3:24:51 PM UTC-8, PMario wrote: On 1 Mrz., 23:16, Adam Sneller adam%earth2adam@gtempaccount.com wrote: In the past, I have really enjoyed using LyX for writing LaTeX. Instead of taking a straight WYSIWYG approach, LyX

[tw] Re: jQuery UI?

2013-02-28 Thread Adam Sneller
I have the same problem. I've tried putting this in the MarkupPreHead, MarkupPostHead. I even tried pasting it into the tiddler where it was being called. Nothing seems to work. Can anyone shed some light on this?? On Wednesday, January 30, 2013 1:55:48 AM UTC-8, Arc Acorn wrote: Is it

[tw] Download TiddlyWiki.org theme?

2013-02-27 Thread Adam Sneller
I really like the theme TiddlyWiki.org uses. Does anyone know if this can be download installed on our own local TiddlyWiki? Thanks! -Adam -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups TiddlyWiki group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails

Re: dGSD - Project Roles (RACI charts) and minor fixes

2013-01-24 Thread Adam Houston
One small addition to your notes for making an upgrade work correctly. I had to disable the encryptedvaultplugin in order to actually get it save save the tiddlers I was trying to update. Worth a try if anyone else runs into difficulty. On Thursday, January 24, 2013 11:41:08 AM UTC-8, David

Re: dGSD - (Was mGSDEnhancements) : Project progress bars, and a new name!

2013-01-09 Thread Adam Houston
I solved this issue by loading the TW in safe start and the disabling/deleting the tiddler mGSDTabletThemePlugin but leaving the dGSDTabletThemePlugin tiddler alone (the current dGSD file online has only the latter so this shouldn't be an issue except for older versions that were downloaded).

Re: dGSD - (Was mGSDEnhancements) : Project progress bars, and a new name!

2013-01-07 Thread Adam Houston
Small update: I applied the formtiddler workaround listed here: http://osdir.com/ml/tiddlywiki/2011-09/msg00200.html and it resolved formtiddler issue I mentioned. On Monday, January 7, 2013 9:53:00 AM UTC-8, Adam Houston wrote: David, I love the enhancements you've made to mGSD! I like

Re: dGSD - (Was mGSDEnhancements) : Project progress bars, and a new name!

2013-01-07 Thread Adam Houston
and then enabling them one by one (or in batches) be the easiest way to track down what is issue is? Or is there a better way? Thanks Adam On Monday, January 7, 2013 12:30:35 PM UTC-8, David Szego wrote: You're awesome! I hadn't seen that. The same fix can apply to a bunch of other (non

Re: dGSD - (Was mGSDEnhancements) : Project progress bars, and a new name!

2013-01-07 Thread Adam Houston
formTiddler Tiddler expected. Got David_Szego It does not appear to save any data entered into the contact fields. I'm not a TiddlyWiki expert but I'm trying to learn more. So happy to help track this down if I can be of any assistance. Adam On Tuesday, December 4, 2012 12:43:36 PM UTC-8

Re: New mGSD Feature: Meetings!

2012-06-08 Thread Adam Landry
Hey Dave, I just read through this chain and I wasn't able to find a link to an empty file with your mods. I have yet to start with this and would love to hit the road with your fork. On Thursday, March 1, 2012 12:19:09 PM UTC-5, David Szego wrote: All good recommendations, and all fixed!

Re: Changing Realm Default

2009-01-06 Thread Adam York
Interesting. Ok, I'm using 3.0 alpha r103230 with Firefox 3.0.5 Realm does not stick however. I don't think I'm using any settings or extensions that would prevent this. Adam On Jan 5, 12:01 pm, Scott Kingery techlifeblog...@gmail.com wrote: Adam, Are you using version 3? For me, Realm

Re: Changing Realm Default

2009-01-05 Thread Adam York
I know that I put up this post around Christmas so perhaps not many people saw it, but does anyone know how to do this? Finding out how to change Realm to a different default would be very helpful to me. Thanks, Adam York On Dec 24 2008, 5:12 pm, Adam York aay...@gmail.com wrote: I'm a bit