[tw5] Re: Interesting TiddlyWiki ...

2019-06-24 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Very nice! (And I am pleased to see my menu icons there.) Cheers, Thomas Am Montag, 24. Juni 2019 16:10:56 UTC+2 schrieb @TiddlyTweeter: > > #1 -- https://www.flygohr.com/#Flygohr > > Showing graphic artist *Gabriele Pezzin, (Flygohr)*. > -- You received this message because you are

[tw5] Re: How does one use Bricks?

2019-06-04 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hello again, passingby, Sorry for my late reply, but I am drowning in work and need some time for family and friends too ... so I will keep it short this time: https://tid.li/tw5/test/bricks.html was left in a messy state some time ago. Sorry again. Now I brought the most important

[tw5] How does one use Bricks?

2019-05-29 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi passingby, I am afraid, the only person knowing how to use bricks could be me ;–) I will see if I can find time to make a screencast or something during the days to come. Or what kind of documentation would be helpful for you? Please bear with me if it takes more time than expected and

Re: [tw5] Re: Visual Design Thoughts, #14 revision T7

2019-05-22 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Tony, I assume you are right, the built-in colours of TW seem to stem from this standard. They can be found in $:/core/modules/utils/dom/csscolorparser.js BUT: tachyons.io uses other definitions for a colour palette conaining identical names ... see http://tachyons.io/#style and scroll down.

Re: [tw5] Re: Visual Design Thoughts, #14 revision T7

2019-05-21 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi folks, This is going in a direction I like! I should go to bed, so I'll try to keep my input short for this time. And I am writing this from my memory, there might be errors. What I borrowed from *tachyons.io* for https://tid.li/tw5/test/bricks.html (warning: not cleaned up) is mainly its

[tw5] Re: Creating customized tag-pill

2019-05-21 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi Juuso, Maybe my (still somewhat experimental) plugin could do what you want: https://tid.li/tw5/plugins.html#%24%3A%2Fplugins%2Ftelmiger%2Fx-tag Make a backup and check it out! All the best, Thomas Am Montag, 13. Mai 2019 21:35:49 UTC+2 schrieb Juuso Tuunanen: > > Hi. > > I have been

[tw5] Re: Sticky editortoolbar?

2019-05-21 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi all, Poking a bit in the group search here ... and I found a solution by Jan where I contributed a hack or so: https://groups.google.com/d/msg/tiddlywiki/QcKMCNWeRpY/po-kuet1BAAJ Incredible, what memory some people like Josiah have! Cheers, Thomas Am Freitag, 17. Mai 2019 21:57:46 UTC+2

[tw5] Re: [TW5] Number Formatting

2019-05-04 Thread thomas . elmiger
Hi Chris Handling of numbers will be much improved in the next version of TW, see https://tiddlywiki.com/prerelease/ – but at the moment number formatting seems not to be covered. So I can point you to my simple math plugin here:

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

2019-04-14 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi Jan, Thank you for the link to your interesting solution! In fact, I tried to avoid additional complexity via JavaScript and focused on CSS only solutions. On (really) small screens the top bar is hidden by scrolling it away when you scroll down. To make it visible again users will have

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

2019-04-14 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi Gracius, Thank you for the hint. As I am not aware of an easy way to provoque such errors I don’t think I can fix this soon ... sorry. Cheers, Thomas Am Mittwoch, 10. April 2019 14:09:05 UTC+2 schrieb Gracius: > > Hi Thomas, thanks for providing this. I'm always excited to try mobile >

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

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

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

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

[tw5] Conditional fonts based on Operating System

2019-03-16 Thread Thomas Elmiger
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 want. Good luck! Thomas -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe

Re: [tw5] Re: A TiddlyWiki for Dummies series ...

2019-03-13 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Glad to hear that! Some concepts of TW are hard to grasp, especially for people with some programming experience — so I share the belief, that everyone starting with TiddlyWiki is a beginner. Cheers, Thomas So I have gone back to the basic reason I started writing this series, and > will name

[tw5] Re: Suggestions for stand-alone, mobile TW files?

2019-03-12 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi Mark, Hereʼs a link to a test version of ToDoNow mobile using my latest plugins and theme: https://tid.li/tw5/tdn2019.html In my opinion a bit of fine tuning for mobile is needed before we could call it a mobile app. Suggestions welcome, implementation will take a while. Cheers, Thomas

[tw5] Re: Suggestions for stand-alone, mobile TW files?

2019-03-10 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi Mark, You are probably looking for this version of ToDoNow: https://tid.li/tw5/tdn.html – I will have to update it soon, so you can tell me beforehand if this suits your wishes concerning size/number of plugins. Cheers, Thomas Am Sonntag, 10. März 2019 19:01:40 UTC+1 schrieb Mark S.: > >

[tw5] Re: [ToDoNow] A bug on the drop-down list of tags

2019-03-10 Thread Thomas Elmiger
The newest versions of ToDoNow and Listreveal should fix this. Please make a backup and try - ToDoNow in version 1.2.15 - Listreveal in version 0.3.30 from https://tid.li/tw5/plugins.html All the best, Thomas -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups

[tw5] Re: [ToDoNow] A bug on the drop-down list of tags

2019-03-10 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi, As I use ToDoNow only in single page wikis until now, I have never experienced this ... but I can reproduce the bug now and will try to fix it next week. Thanks for reporting it. Thomas Am Sonntag, 10. März 2019 21:25:49 UTC+1 schrieb Wei-Ting Lin: > > On my machine, every time when I

Re: [tw5] Re: Porting some nice palettes to tiddlywiki

2019-03-10 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi BTC, Thank you, that would be very kind of you. Obviously a detail I missed. Cheers, Thomas sent from my mobile BurningTreeC schrieb am So., 10. März 2019, 14:11: > Hi BTC >> >> I attach my *Twilight* palette and hereby grant you and others all >> necessary rights to use it for whatever

[tw5] Re: Porting some nice palettes to tiddlywiki

2019-03-10 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi BTC I attach my *Twilight* palette and hereby grant you and others all necessary rights to use it for whatever you like, including using it or parts of it or a new, improved version of it for a pull request towards tiddlywiki.com :) So feel free to add codemirror or highlighter styles if

[tw5] Re: Porting some nice palettes to tiddlywiki

2019-03-06 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi BTC and Josiah, Thanks for the initiative, very much appreciated. I would happily donate a pallette or two, but hesitated as I do not use code mirror and highlighter. I am very busy this week, but might take a second look over the weekend. Cheers, Thomas -- You received this message

[tw5] A TiddlyWiki for Dummies series ...

2019-03-05 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi Interesting and important questions. Some thoughts. === Beginnerʼs Guide: Saving Beginner: That's what I am Guide: That's what I need === How big could this get? - tiddlers on tiddlywiki.com - Beginnerʼs Guide Edition - Video series - ... === Learning curve 1. Beginner =>

[tw5] Re: The Trash bin idea

2019-03-04 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi Mohammad Would renaming tags be an option? $:/tags/Stylesheet => $:/trash/$:/tags/Stylesheet Just a thought Thomas -- 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

Re: [tw5] Re: Section Names using ID for internal Links

2019-03-04 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi, is this tested on Android? On my phone, navigating to https://00ss.github.io/documentation/tiddlywiki.html#Internal%20Links%20using%20HTML and clicking the ID links does rarely lead to the right position in the document. (It did once, I think, but not reproduceable.) Android 9,

[tw5] Re: <$select> and Web accessibility

2019-03-04 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi all, My proposal would be to wrap the select in a *visible *label-tag: This select widget displays a list of the tags in this wiki <$select tiddler=<> default='HelloThere'> <$list filter='[all[shadows+tiddlers]tags[]sort[title]]'> >><$view field='title'/> Accessibility concerns: -

[tw5] Re: Briefly highlighting the tiddler I just clicked in the sidebar when it doesn't otherwise move

2019-02-28 Thread Thomas Elmiger
https://tid.li/tw5/plugins.html#%24%3A%2Fplugins%2Ftelmiger%2FMyStory Guess a link might be helpful. -- 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: Space slimming via the HTML tag :-)

2019-02-28 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi Josiah, This works because a inserts a (line) break, while a tag with a fantasy name and/or a comment break the blockquote in two quotes as well, but insert double nothing. These work too: > ''My Later Headline'' > <> --- > ''My Even Later Headline'' > <> Cheers, Thomas aka Mr.

[tw5] Re: SNR: Search and Replace in Tiddler Fields

2019-02-28 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi Mohammad, thank you, that looks very useful! Regarding carriage (really?) returns, Josiah and BTC, I would prefer a textarea that looks like an input field – but with the option to expand when needed. Like so: <$edit-text tiddler="test" field="demo" tag="textarea" rows="1" autoHeight="yes"

[tw5] Re: Briefly highlighting the tiddler I just clicked in the sidebar when it doesn't otherwise move

2019-02-28 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi Jack, What I can offer, works the other way round: When your mouse hovers over a tiddler, a «Bookmark» button appears. When you cklick it, a mark also appears in the MyStory tab in the sidebar, so you know where you are: [image: MyStory-Bookmarks.png] (You would have to cklick once

[tw5] Good to know: $:/Build shows the build status

2019-02-26 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Is this a node.js feature only? -- 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

[tw5] Re: So I want to make ...

2019-02-23 Thread Thomas Elmiger
This gets more interesting than I thought ;–) The comic only talks about you, a single user. It doesn't take into account that others might save time too. (That's my personal justification to spend unreasonable amounts of time with TW solutions. They are easy to share and many others might use

[tw5] Re: Tip: Create Tiddler with unique title and sequence number

2019-02-22 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi Mohammad I see a risk here in the count part: Say you have made tid-1, tid-2 and tid-3. Then you delete tid-2. The next generated number will be 3 and collide with existing tid-3. Just a thought. Cheers, Thomas -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google

[tw5] Re: Cloning a Tiddler

2019-02-19 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Mohammad, here’s a version that works. Note: There seems to be a bug in the documentation of https://tiddlywiki.com/#WidgetMessage%3A%20tm-close-tiddler where *param* is a parameter instead of *$param* (?) <$button> Do it <$list filter="[range[1,3]]" variable="item"> <$action-sendmessage

[tw5] Cloning a Tiddler

2019-02-19 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi Mohammad, You could try to use your first option (tm-new-tiddler) followed by a tm-close-tiddler action. Did you already try that? Good luck, Thomas -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop

Re: [tw5] Re: open all tiddlers with tag X in story view and sort by date

2019-02-07 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi Talha Thank you for the feedback and the suggestions. I will consider no. 1. No. 2 sounds like a lot of work if you are talking about "the* Manager here: https://tiddlywiki.com/#%24%3A%2FManager (?) Cheers, Thomas Am Do., 7. Feb. 2019 um 22:08 Uhr schrieb talha131 : > Hi Thomas. I really

[tw5] Re: A man went into the Foo Bar ... (humour)

2019-02-07 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Guess he ordered a foo beers. (Is that funny?) Am Donnerstag, 7. Februar 2019 15:21:33 UTC+1 schrieb @TiddlyTweeter: > > A man went into the Foo Bar ... > > What happened next? > -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe

[tw5] Re: [plugin] My simple tiddler version control

2019-02-04 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi Mal, Regarding save without closing: I have a plugin here that works around this via save and reopen: https://tid.li/tw5/plugins.html#%24%3A%2Fplugins%2Ftelmiger%2FEditButtons Feel free to copy from it! Good luck! Thomas -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the

Re: [tw5] Re: open all tiddlers with tag X in story view and sort by date

2019-01-31 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi Willy, Here's a new version of Mohammad's first suggestion: Just * copy this in a new tiddler and * fill in your own Tag in the first line where I put $:/tags/Sidebar <$vars myTag="$:/tags/SideBar"> <$navigator story="$:/StoryList" history="$:/HistoryList"> <$button

[tw5] open all tiddlers with tag X in story view and sort by date

2019-01-31 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi Willy, My x-tag plugin offers an Open All link on the tag pill that could be a starting point for you. https://tid.li/tw5/plugins.html#%24%3A%2Fplugins%2Ftelmiger%2Fx-tag:%24%3A%2Fplugins%2Ftelmiger%2Fx-tag%20%24%3A%2Fplugins%2Ftelmiger%2Fx-tag%2Fui%2FTagTemplate In the tag template you

[tw5] [plugin] My simple tiddler version control

2019-01-30 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hey Mal, Sounds cool, Your process is similar to mine, so I will have to try this. Cheers, Thomas -- 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: List unknown number of items in a Table - Known number of columns - Unknown number of rows

2019-01-29 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Just for those who like alternatives: Here's what I use to list all my icons (copy to clipboard is missing here). I usually click an image to open it and copy the title from there. Put this in a tiddler: System images (ie, tiddlers tagged [[$:/tags/Image]]): .my-gallery svg { width: 1.5em;

Re: [tw5] Re: [New Plugin] Plugin Size: Compare the Weight of Plugins

2019-01-28 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Tony, The info including plugin sizes from my tiddler $:/core/ui/InfoPanel/Plugins does not show up in the tiddler info – but you are right: The title is misleading and I should find another namespace and probably call

Re: [tw5] How to list the last 10 modifications

2019-01-27 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi Mohammad, I usually don’t need state tiddlers and temporary info (often set by the system, not by the user), so I have these two installed as additional filters in my Advanced search filter collection: [!prefix[$:/state]!prefix[$:/temp]![$:/StoryList]![$:/HistoryList]haschanged

[tw5] [New Plugin] Plugin Size: Compare the Weight of Plugins

2019-01-27 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hello plugin users, My new plugin *Plugin Sizes* calculates the size (characters) of all installed plugins, including themes and languages. Categories (character count, illustrated using Harvey Balls) - more than 500 k - up to 500 k - up to 100 k - up to 50 k - up to 25 k

[tw5] Re: [TW5] Global Keyboard Shortcut for Plugin Simple Search: Shift + Space

2019-01-27 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hello searchers, The bug Diego found is smashed and other small improvements follow along: * $:/temp/search is no logner emptied when switching to Advanced search ** nice, if you e.g. enter a filter expression in Simple Search, test and modify it in Advanced search and want to return to the

Re: [tw5] Searching In Tiddler Fields

2019-01-26 Thread Thomas Elmiger
s are *Caption/Title* and *Other*.) Am Samstag, 26. Januar 2019 19:44:28 UTC+1 schrieb Thomas Elmiger: > > * Making the existing “All matches” search work across all fields >> >> I’d support this. > > Thanks! > Thomas > -- You received this message because you are s

Re: [tw5] Searching In Tiddler Fields

2019-01-26 Thread Thomas Elmiger
> > * Making the existing “All matches” search work across all fields > > I’d support this. Thanks! Thomas -- 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

Re: [tw5] [TW5] Global Keyboard Shortcut for Plugin Simple Search: Shift + Space

2019-01-24 Thread Thomas Elmiger
> > Hej ch, mange tak! Better late than never, I will happily consider your feedback as soon as I have a running laptop again. I did notice, that the space bar should scroll down, but I wasn't aware of the reverse option. Hilsner, Thomas > > sorry being late to this discussion... > > about

Re: [tw5] Re: Searching In Tiddler Fields

2019-01-24 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi ch, Plugins consist of shadow tiddlers, standard search does not cover them. You will have to use the shadows tab of advanced search. Does that work? Cheers, Thomas -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe from

Re: [tw5] Re: [TW5] Global Keyboard Shortcut for Plugin Simple Search: Shift + Space

2019-01-24 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hey Diego, You are right. But I am afraid my computer needs to be fixed or replaced, so this might take some time. All the best, Thomas -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails

[tw5] new tiddler with actionwidget

2019-01-23 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi Gerald, There is a clone button in the Tiddler menu (down arrow above each Tiddler). It is not clear to me how your functionality would differ from that. You could also make this button better accessible via the same menu > Info > Tools tab Check the box for the clone button to make it

[tw5] Re: feature request: arrow down search results, open with Enter

2019-01-22 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Diego, Of course you may share what you have. I just would like to point to the fact that Simple Search alone offers full keyboard navigation. Not as streamlined and consistent in different browsers maybe, but working perfectly for my personal use in Firefox Developer Edition. This is also

Re: [tw5] Re: Highlight in bold the dates in the Recent tab

2019-01-22 Thread Thomas Elmiger
> > Hi Xabriña Your explanation was fine, but I did not (want to) understand. Usually underlined text is a link, that's like a law for me. So if you absolutely want to do it the other way around, then you can remove the style from the link again like this: .tc-sidebar-lists .tc-timeline

[tw5] Re: Need your help / comment: Batch operation

2019-01-22 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Please make sure to integrate a hint on the built-in Advanced search options (delete, export). Maybe including the possibility to add your own solutions to the filter menu via https://tiddlywiki.com/#SystemTag%3A%20%24%3A%2Ftags%2FAdvancedSearch%2FFilterButton (Or would this be a separate

Re: [tw5] Re: Highlight in bold the dates in the Recent tab

2019-01-22 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Tony and Xabriña, My Workflow is this: 1. Use Firefox dev tools to inspect the HTML and CSS (via right click > Inspect element). On the *Rules *panel on the right you can see existing CSS definitions that influence the style of an element. If there are any specific for the element, we will have

Re: [tw5] <$wikify> needs <$text> to honour tilde-based wikilink suppression

2019-01-21 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi David My wiki was not able to recognise a $setvars widget from your code two post above ... But I also have good news for you. I cannot guarantee that this covers any case you throw at it, but it does cover wikilinks, the part of your first example that is sensitive for double

[tw5] Re: Highlight in bold the dates in the Recent tab

2019-01-21 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Do you have spaces in the tag name? That would not work. You can copy from my post above and should see the text without spaces in the tag pill when you are done. The tiddler type is optional, I usually leave it blank. -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google

[tw5] Re: Highlight in bold the dates in the Recent tab

2019-01-20 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi Xabriña, Nice idea! I put this in a tiddler tagged $:/tags/Stylesheet /* Recent tab */ .tc-sidebar-lists .tc-timeline { font-weight: bold; } Happy styling! Thomas -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe from

[tw5] Re: A TW Resource Announced: Scripts in TW

2019-01-20 Thread Thomas Elmiger
You would write a tiddler like e.g. this https://tiddlywiki.com/#%22TiddlyWiki%20Toolmap%22%20by%20David%20Gifford – see more examples via the next link – and submit it either as a pull request on github or as an attachment to a post here in the group (in hope for help from e Github pro).

[tw5] Re: A TW Resource Announced: Scripts in TW

2019-01-20 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Thank you, Mohammad, great job! Did you already submit your site to include in resources on tiddlywiki.com? Kind regards, Thomas -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from

Re: [tw5] Re: [Demo] TW5 for Readers and Writers

2019-01-20 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Thank you very much for this elaborate comment, Watt, aka Marie Kondo :–D Did you really write all this on a phone? I am impressed! I will not answer everything nor will I be able to invent the ultimate TW reader application you are dreaming of – sorry. So just some short statements from Mr.

[tw5] Re: Railroad Diagram plugin

2019-01-19 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi Damon, If I remember correct – I searched for it myself some time ago –, this is not possible and not the idea of railroad diagrams. The reason seems to be someting like: The diagram shows the way from (railway) station A to station B. And you can’t start at C if you are at A ... All the

[tw5] Re: General Form for a Macro Repeating Macro?

2019-01-19 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi, My favorite repeater is the list widget: \define buttonmacro(countUp, caption) <$button style="background-color:White; width:100%; height:100%" > """ Button $caption$ $countUp$ """ \end <$list filter="[enlist[1 2 3]]" variable="nr"> <$macrocall $name="buttonmacro" countUp=<> caption="c"

Re: [tw5] Re: [Demo] TW5 for Readers and Writers

2019-01-17 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi Mark, Thank you for asking! Please ask more if you would like to know more. I think I'm going to need more information. I made a tiddler and almost > immediately lost it. Then I had to dig for the recent tab to recover it. > This TW is conficured with authoring in mind. It inserts tiddlers at

[tw5] Re: [Demo] TW5 for Readers and Writers

2019-01-16 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Dear TW-friends, Thank you for the feedback! An updated demo on https://tid.li/tw5/test/concept.html comes with bookmarking and drag and drop. Bookmarking marks elements in the MyStory tab, so you know where you are, Damon :) Drag and drop adds more value than I expected as you can drag

[tw5] Re: [Demo] TW5 for Readers and Writers

2019-01-14 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi Mark, All your designs are so beautiful! > Thank you! This one is not so far from a standard TW :) The main problem I see is that there doesn't seem to be a way to change the > order of tiddlers without manually entering new index numbers. Is that > right? Or am I missing something? > In

Re: [tw5] Re: [Demo] TW5 for Readers and Writers

2019-01-14 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hihi, thanks for all the feedback! First hints for reverse engineers: [image: grafik.png] The button on the right of the save button changes the design. Check settings of all plugins – or check https://tid.li/tw5/test/concept.html#About before you do. (More explanation maybe in a few hours.)

[tw5] Re: TW for writers: How to concatenate the contents of different tiddlers in one tiddler?

2019-01-13 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Inspired by many discussions like this one, I built my own vision of a reader–writer solution. A demo is live now on my tid.li server: https://tid.li/tw5/test/concept.html This project is not finished in any way, but some features/plugins are working and it contains a real book, divided in

[tw5] [Demo] TW5 for Readers and Writers

2019-01-13 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Inspired by many discussions [1] here about TW as a writing environment, I built my own vision of a reader–writer solution. A demo is live now on my tid.li server: https://tid.li/tw5/test/concept.html This project is not finished in any way, but some features/plugins are working and it

[tw5] Re: TW for writers: How to concatenate the contents of different tiddlers in one tiddler?

2019-01-10 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi Stefan I might have the perfect tool for you. But still in the making. Not documented well, features might be missing. And it works the other way round. The general idea is: you collect all your tiddlers in the story river (like when you were writing I suppose). Then we remove all unwanted

[tw5] Re: Difference between has:field[xxx] and has[xxx]

2019-01-10 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Mohammad, watch out for typos: filed and field are not the same. has:field[fieldname] and has:filed[] do different things. The second checks the existence of a field named filed. https://tiddlywiki.com/#has%20Operator All the best, Thomas -- You received this message because you are

[tw5] Re: Add/Remove Tags from Tiddler

2019-01-10 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Thank you, Mohammad! I corrected the typo also in my previous post, just in case anyone stops reading there. Cheers, Thomas -- 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

[tw5] Re: Query -- Is TiddlyWiki a personal notebook?

2019-01-09 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Ciao Josiah, You are welcome. I know you work in marketing. > That makes me not any wiser than other people here (–: What interests me is how to present TW in a way to increase uptake. > It might not be words. See other threads around here. Want another list? * design, especially mobile

[tw5] Re: Main problem of TiddlyWiki site - is bad Google indexation.

2019-01-09 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Archizona, let’s see what Google does in my test. Personally I don’t think this should make a difference, both types of parmeters can change what a user sees – and this is what matters for Google too. Am Mittwoch, 9. Januar 2019 19:45:44 UTC+1 schrieb Archizona V: > > Thomas, can we change

[tw5] Re: Main problem of TiddlyWiki site - is bad Google indexation.

2019-01-09 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Google (better than other search engines) is very well able to index JS generated content. [1] It would be interesting to test different settings for TW URL generation and browser history manipulation. My guess is, that appending #tiddlernames to internal links and actually use/insert them in

[tw5] Query -- Is TiddlyWiki a personal notebook?

2019-01-09 Thread Thomas Elmiger
My TWs are, in no particular order, * (personal) business notebook * (personal) online notebook * offline content management system * web publishing system * web app development environment * web design development environment * presentation software * documentation software * illustration

[tw5] Re: [TW5] Tags with Superpowers: x-tag

2019-01-07 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi again, Issue with empty field is fixed, that led to an improvement: there is a fallback to *title *now. The new ~else does the trick. Version 0.1.1 comes also with a ViewTemplate, so we can replace standard tags

[tw5] Re: [New Plugin] MyStory Sidebar Tab – a replacement for Open

2019-01-07 Thread Thomas Elmiger
; > Hi Thomas > > > I added this to the TiddlyWiki toolmap ( > https://dynalist.io/d/zUP-nIWu2FFoXH-oM7L7d9DM), in two locations: > Navigation miscellaneous, and Layout/UI Sidebar and control panel > modifications > > Blessings > > Dave > > On Sunday, Janua

[tw5] Re: [TW5] Tags with Superpowers: x-tag

2019-01-07 Thread Thomas Elmiger
> – but of course users would expect to *find *their tags the same way ... > still more work to do :–/ > Should be fixed in version 0.0.6 now: https://tid.li/tw5/plugins.html#%24%3A%2Fplugins%2Ftelmiger%2Fx-tag === @Mohammad, thanks for your feedback too ... as there is no filter involved

[tw5] Re: [TW5] Tags with Superpowers: x-tag

2019-01-07 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hey Diego, Thanks for testing my stuff, this exactly the kind of feedback I am looking for! In my personal experience it was enough to *show* the tags also in edit mode as the <> macro would (so you would still have to search for the title) – but of course users would expect to *find *their

[tw5] Re: [New Plugin] MyStory Sidebar Tab – a replacement for Open

2019-01-06 Thread Thomas Elmiger
*Edit: Links were added to the OP *:–D https://tid.li/tw5/plugins.html#%24%3A%2Fplugins%2Ftelmiger%2FMyStory https://tid.li/tw5/plugins.html -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails

[tw5] [New Plugin] MyStory Sidebar Tab – a replacement for Open

2019-01-06 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hello again, I have been somewhat productive during the last days, so I will have to confront you with another newly developed plugin. MyStory is a tab for the sidebar, meant as a replacement for *Open.* Again its target audience is people who use fields a lot and would like to see their

[tw5] Re: folding editor

2019-01-05 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi Joe, A while ago – must be a few years now – I went down the same road with the same tasks: learning while building my own todo system. It will be interesting to see where you end and if/when you will start to integrate solutions from others. For myself there were two parts I left out:

[tw5] [TW5] Tags with Superpowers: x-tag

2019-01-05 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hello Tiddly-hackers, Would you help me to test a new plugin? *x-tag* labels your tags with the content of any field you like – and what you like most can be configured as default label. Usage Default label: <> Different label: <> x-tag comes with an optional styling of its own, so you

[tw5] Re: Is this a bug: Using conditional view widget to show caption or title

2019-01-05 Thread Thomas Elmiger
quot;title"/> > > The problem with the next one below is that it does not apply wikitext > formatting - for example if the caption is: πr^^2^^ > > <$view field="caption" format="plainwikified"><$view field="title" > format="t

[tw5] Re: Is this a bug: Using conditional view widget to show caption or title

2019-01-04 Thread Thomas Elmiger
And one more, this one omits automatic linking to CamelCase captions: <$view field="caption" format="plainwikified"><$view field="title" format="text" /> Have fun, -t Am Freitag, 4. Januar 2019 23:49:29 UTC+1 schrieb Thomas Elmiger: &g

[tw5] Re: Is this a bug: Using conditional view widget to show caption or title

2019-01-04 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi folks, ... the *caption* field is generally wikified (and so can include >> formatting etc.) while the *title* is rendered as plain text. > > An even shorter solution for this: <$transclude field="caption"><$view field="title"/> Thanks for the hints! Thomas <$list

[tw5] Re: Autonumbering

2019-01-03 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Dear Olegh, happy 2019 to you too! Just some loose thoughts as I have been working on a related concept lately ... *1. TOC/Story lists* - I am working on a solution to save and load storylists related to the TOC. Basically you can choose a "chapter" from the first TOC level and save

[tw5] Re: How to use wikitext inside of list widget template?

2019-01-03 Thread Thomas Elmiger
You are absolutely right, Mark, this must be a bug. I tested several variants, the result is always the same as <$list filter="[tag[About]]"> {{||MyTemplate}} ... where a blank line is missing after the first >. -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups

[tw5] Re: How to use wikitext inside of list widget template?

2019-01-03 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi Mark, Do you have newlines around your content everywhere? Good luck, Thomas -- 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: [TW5] Global Keyboard Shortcut for Plugin Simple Search: Shift + Space

2019-01-01 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi Riz, Thanks for your suggestions, I am sure these are valid proposals for advanced users. I will consider the template tiddler, but this might take some time as my regular job restarts tomorrow. Turning it into advanced search or adding more advanced functionality would also lead to a

[tw5] Re: [TW5] Global Keyboard Shortcut for Plugin Simple Search: Shift + Space

2019-01-01 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi Diego, Thank you for the reminder – you brought this up before, no? It is a great idea to create missing tiddlers, I integrated it immediately :) Get version 1.0.16 from https://tid.li/tw5/plugins.html You will have to use Tab for now to reach the + button ... and Shift + Space to close

[tw5] Re: [TW5] Global Keyboard Shortcut for Plugin Simple Search: Shift + Space

2018-12-30 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi Diego, Yes, it is a browser thing. It is just an HTML structure, a list of links, marked as accessible for keyboard navigation with an attribute called tabindex. Browsers can do with it what they usually do. No scripting involved. Cheers, Thomas -- You received this message because

[tw5] Re: [TW5] Global Keyboard Shortcut for Plugin Simple Search: Shift + Space

2018-12-30 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Dear TW search fans, Motivated by the feedback here I have made further optimisations in functionality and finish of details. I proudly present the probably last version of *Simple Search* for 2018: version 1.0.14 .

[tw5] Re: [TW5] Global Keyboard Shortcut for Plugin Simple Search: Shift + Space

2018-12-28 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi Diego, I owe you an explanation as you ... > thought it strange it came default with a non-recommended setting (400 > instead of the recommended less than 150). > As the animation duration is a standard TW setting I not invented myself, accessible via the control panel, a user might have

Re: [tw5] Re: [TW5] Global Keyboard Shortcut for Plugin Simple Search: Shift + Space

2018-12-28 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hi S.S., Thanks for your comments! Nice to read your thoughts :) Am Freitag, 28. Dezember 2018 13:26:31 UTC+1 schrieb S. S.: > > Same issue as Diego & Mal - Firefox 63.03 on Windows 10 - can't use the > up/down arrow keys - have to use Tab - which moves down the results but > without

Re: [tw5] Re: [TW5] Global Keyboard Shortcut for Plugin Simple Search: Shift + Space

2018-12-27 Thread Thomas Elmiger
s than > 150). Also, on my 5.1.19 pressing tab gets me to the search results but the > arrows dont navigate it. I have to keep pressing tab to go down the search > results list. > > On Thursday, December 27, 2018 at 9:52:36 AM UTC-6, Thomas Elmiger wrote: >> >> Thank yo

[tw5] Re: [TW5] Global Keyboard Shortcut for Plugin Simple Search: Shift + Space

2018-12-27 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Thank you all very much for the feedback, Odder, Diego and BTC! The new version 1.0.10 of Simple Search comes with several improvements: - First of all, keyboard accessibility: Press *Shift + Space* to

[tw5] Re: <$list links not working

2018-12-26 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Hej Magnus, It seems to me, that this is a CSS problem. In your test case the *Lista över arter* is in the HTML before the rest of the content, so it is covered by the padding of the tiddler body: .tc-tiddler-body { padding-right: 17em; } You can put it *after* the tiddler body or elevate

[tw5] Xmas Topic ... the Size of Socks

2018-12-24 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Good day, a) Not one that I would know of. b) There is a size chart on https://www.blacksocks.com/ Have a nice Socksmas! Thomas -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from

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