[tw5] Re: Conditional fonts based on Operating System

2019-03-16 Thread Mark Krieg
Oh my goodness! So easy! THANK YOU!! Mark On Saturday, March 16, 2019 at 6:15:41 PM UTC-4, Thomas Elmiger wrote: > > Hi Mark, > > CSS applies the first available font from a list, so if you put the MacOS > (only) font first and the iOS font second, it should work the way you

[tw5] Conditional fonts based on Operating System

2019-03-16 Thread Mark Krieg
Is it possible to have a stylesheet that would check for the current operating system and change the font accordingly, or possibly just have TiddlyWiki choose a different stylesheet based on the operating system? If so, how would I go about that? The reason I'm asking is because I'm have

[tw5] Re: [tw] Can someone please give an example of external image linking

2019-02-01 Thread Mark Krieg
This reply was very helpful to me! I was able to get the _canonical_uri image tiddler working in TiddlyDesktop, but under Node.js, I don't know where I store the images folder. I'm using the server edition on Node.js. Under TiddlyDesktop I use: TiddlyWikiMedia/IMG_0459.jpg where the folder

[tw5] Re: Scrivener and Tiddlywiki

2019-01-01 Thread Mark Krieg
I'll throw in my 2 cents... I've never encountered a typing speed issue. I'm a fast typist and I primarily use a MacBookPro with Chrome browser. My primary TiddlyWiki is 88.7 megs. I use TW5 with node.js, however if I save it to a single .html file, although the launch is slow, I notice no lag

[tw5] Re: Advanced Search Question

2018-12-31 Thread Mark Krieg
xpressions. >> You could try searching for 2018\. , and see if that returns 2018 items >> with a literal period after them. >> >> Some other >> -- Mark >> >> On Monday, December 31, 2018 at 7:09:31 PM UTC-8, Mark Krieg wrote: >>> >>> I

[tw5] Re: Advanced Search Question

2018-12-31 Thread Mark Krieg
using might be using regular expressions. > You could try searching for 2018\. , and see if that returns 2018 items > with a literal period after them. > > Some other > -- Mark > > On Monday, December 31, 2018 at 7:09:31 PM UTC-8, Mark Krieg wrote: >> >> I have a ques

[tw5] Advanced Search Question

2018-12-31 Thread Mark Krieg
I have a question regarding the Advanced Search feature. I have a number of entries titled with various date formats: 2018.12.31 (period separators) 2018-12-31 (dash separator) ...and when performing an *Advanced Search* using the *In Fields* tab and searching the *title* field, if I search

[tw] Re: TiddlyWiki5 introductory screencast

2013-03-23 Thread Mark Krieg
I think that you've done an outstanding job on this video! You systematically step the user through the features and functions of TW5. Highlighting the save function in different browsers was brilliant! -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups TiddlyWiki