[tw5] Re: Tiny Todolist Plugin: Create one line todo item with different categories

2019-07-14 Thread passingby
Another great option to have. I like it. On Sunday, July 14, 2019 at 12:09:46 AM UTC-7, Mohammad wrote: > > *Announcement: Todolist Plugin* > > *Date: July 14, 2019* > *Release: 0.5 beta* > > This is a small todolist plugin! This is developed in pure TW and very > simple mechanism! > It depicts

[tw5] Re: Presenting: LinkStyle - give your links styyyyyle!

2019-07-14 Thread passingby
implemented alright. But I ll look more into it later. BUT, its a great job. Thanks Mat! On Sunday, July 14, 2019 at 2:11:01 AM UTC-7, Mat wrote: > > passingby wrote: > >> The color is over ridden in the sidebar, can that be fixed too? >> > > > Update <http://linkstyle.ti

[tw5] Re: Presenting: LinkStyle - give your links styyyyyle!

2019-07-13 Thread passingby
On Saturday, July 13, 2019 at 6:03:32 AM UTC-7, Mat wrote: > > Updated > > I just converted it into a Stylesheet > > <:-) > Great! The color is over ridden in the sidebar, can that be fixed too? -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the

[tw5] Re: Presenting: LinkStyle - give your links styyyyyle!

2019-07-13 Thread passingby
Looks good. When I try to display a link to [[About]] in a separate tiddler, it display it as colored *only* when [[About]] tiddler is open in story river. On closing it the link to it goes back to normal. -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups

[tw5] Colored titles based on a tag?

2019-07-11 Thread passingby
Is it possible to make a title (in a TOC list or perhaps everywhere) appear red (or any color) based on a tag? For example if a tiddler is tagged 'incomplete', its title appears as red in a list? -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group.

[tw5] Re: Click to expand all button?

2019-07-09 Thread passingby
On Monday, July 8, 2019 at 7:57:58 PM UTC-7, Mohammad wrote: > > Hello Passingby, > > Have a look at TW-Scripts > > https://kookma.github.io/TW-Scripts/#Open%20All%20Tiddlers%20Meet%20Some%20Criteria > > You find small code to open all tiddlers meed some criteria

[tw5] Click to expand all button?

2019-07-07 Thread passingby
Can we have a 'click to expand all' button? Specifically in toc-tabbed-internal-nav ? Additionally: can this behavior of expanding and contracting be implemented with mouse hover on the links? Right now we have to click the arrow on left, and it stays open till it is clicked again. -- You

[tw5] Re: Font Awesome 5 Free SVG collection

2019-07-06 Thread passingby
xample below: > > CSS: > .mc-svg-red svg { > fill: red; > } > > Code: > > {{$:/_moro/imagini/svg/fa5/brands/500px}} > > > P.S. If you don't know how to use CSS with TiddlyWiki see official docs: > https://tiddlywiki.com/#Using%20Stylesheets > > > On

[tw5] Re: Font Awesome 5 Free SVG collection

2019-07-06 Thread passingby
Hey, thanks! can we change the color? On Saturday, July 6, 2019 at 3:19:32 AM UTC-7, morosanuae morosanuae wrote: > > Hello TiddlyWiki lovers! > > I want to invite you all to my online Font Awesome 5 Free SVG collection, > published on TiddlySpot: http://fa5-free-svg.tiddlyspot.com > Just

[tw5] Re: Creating and Selling Software Tools based on Tiddlywiki

2019-07-06 Thread passingby
Out of the many plus points of tiddlywiki, I want to point out these: 1. Subscription based software: Everything today has become greedier than before. Every software out there is subscription based now. If I have to use MS Office I pay around a CAD 100 and this when I am not even using it for

[tw5] Re: Creating and Selling Software Tools based on Tiddlywiki

2019-07-05 Thread passingby
Something like data entry for small business, which can be export data to quickbooks might be an option. This might prove attractive to the small business owner/operator by saving monthly costs for bookkeeping. They can periodically export for emailing the file to their accountant. -- You

[tw5] Re: Creating and Selling Software Tools based on Tiddlywiki

2019-07-04 Thread passingby
Hello Mohammed, Disclaimer: I am not a programmer, and have no experience from real world pov. Maybe we need some advanced tools like: 1. An advanced plugin which will turn TW into a RAD environment for CRUD applications. Easily customization of forms for entering, editing data. Displaying

Re: [tw5] Some more information on running Node.js server

2019-07-03 Thread passingby
On Wednesday, July 3, 2019 at 9:37:29 PM UTC-7, Scott Kingery wrote: > > I have a few notes here: > https://techlifeweb.com/tw5tribalknowledge.html#node.js > >> >> Thank you. I ll read up. -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To

[tw5] Some more information on running Node.js server

2019-07-03 Thread passingby
I installed node.js server following the information on https://tiddlywiki.com/#GettingStarted I tried using a wiki and it works. Now I want to learn a bit more. Where can I read more on node.js server commands and functions? -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the

[tw5] Re: Best way to manage wiki across platforms

2019-07-02 Thread passingby
On Tuesday, July 2, 2019 at 10:29:20 AM UTC-7, Mat wrote: > > > About that app... It is not an app made in TW, so how does one know it can > be trusted? So my data doesn't e.g get copied by someone or passwords > stored... > > <:-) > Mat, your point got me thinking, and I gave a cursory look

[tw5] Re: Best way to manage wiki across platforms

2019-07-02 Thread passingby
On Tuesday, July 2, 2019 at 10:29:20 AM UTC-7, Mat wrote: > > > About that app... It is not an app made in TW, so how does one know it can > be trusted? So my data doesn't e.g get copied by someone or passwords > stored... > > <:-) > No, it can't be trusted. As for me personally, I have far

[tw5] Re: Best way to manage wiki across platforms

2019-07-02 Thread passingby
tiddlydrive as the opening app. Once set it open straight away on double click. On android I have to go to context menu and choose 'open with' and then 'tiddlydrive'. Hope this helps. -passingby On Friday, June 28, 2019 at 3:42:18 PM UTC-7, Ovy Ortega wrote: > > I just found tiddlywiki lat

[tw5] Re: create a button that mimics the behaviour of "Create a new tiddler tagged with this one"

2019-07-01 Thread passingby
TonyM, I just copied that code line from OP's question and added the call to getTag macro.. On Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 4:16:58 PM UTC-7, TonyM wrote: > > Passing by > > I am curious if you have a particular reason to use > > text='<$transclude tiddler="$:/category">' > > Rather than > >

[tw5] Re: Tiddlyshow v3.0 beta 2: Major improvement

2019-06-30 Thread passingby
Wow! Impressive indeed. Congratulations Mohammad! Really this actually seems like a potent alternative to power point. If ever I need a slideshow, I am going to use this. Thank you! On Saturday, June 29, 2019 at 7:22:35 PM UTC-7, Mohammad wrote: > > Hi Tony! > I have prepared a roadmap for

[tw5] Re: create a button that mimics the behaviour of "Create a new tiddler tagged with this one"

2019-06-30 Thread passingby
I ran into this problem a while ago and someone from here in the group suggested this: \define getTag() [[$(currentTiddler)$]] \end and now call this macro in the button: <$action-sendmessage $message="tm-new-tiddler" text='<$transclude tiddler="$:/category">' tags=<> /> On Thursday, June

[tw5] Re: Plausible deniability

2019-06-14 Thread passingby
a casual onlooker, family member or a friend, who happens to be nearby when I have my file open. And this suits it well. Thank you. -Passingby On Thursday, June 13, 2019 at 9:43:44 PM UTC-7, TonyM wrote: > > Passingby, > > I have build a quick solution to this in the attached json file

[tw5] Re: Plausible deniability

2019-06-13 Thread passingby
this tiddler? its empty.' or 'Oh yes, I haven't added anything to this one yet.' What would be a good way to achieve this? On Thursday, June 13, 2019 at 5:50:18 AM UTC-7, passingby wrote: > > Is there a way (probably using the reveal widget?) to replace the contents > of a tiddler with some

[tw5] Plausible deniability

2019-06-13 Thread passingby
Is there a way (probably using the reveal widget?) to replace the contents of a tiddler with some standard text based upon a state tiddler? Perhaps something like this: https://groups.google.com/d/msg/tiddlywiki/07WVZmjsopE/zWa7_aKZBAAJ ? What I was is to hide the actual content of a tiddler

[tw5] Saving in chrome

2019-06-12 Thread passingby
I am using Tiddlydrive with google drive. Love 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 to tiddlywiki+unsubscr...@googlegroups.com. To post to this group,

[tw5] Re: How does one use Bricks?

2019-06-05 Thread passingby
the bricks method so that I can learn better. I shall ask further wherever I get stuck. Thank you. passingby On Tuesday, June 4, 2019 at 2:08:36 PM UTC-7, Thomas Elmiger wrote: > > Hello again, passingby, > > Sorry for my late reply, but I am drowning in work and need some time f

[tw5] Re: TiddlyDrive Rebooted!

2019-06-01 Thread passingby
He Joshua, Thank you for the app! On Friday, May 31, 2019 at 8:10:01 AM UTC-7, Joshua Stubbs wrote: > > TiddlyDrive is back up and running. If there's a certificate failure this > time, then the problem is with GitHub. > > The new domain is https://tiddlydrive.github.io > > Please see my

[tw5] When do we get the new release?

2019-06-01 Thread passingby
When is the next release coming? Just curious. I have already started trying out the pre-release, loving the math abilities it has. -- 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] Re: A new release of Tiddlyshow App

2019-05-31 Thread passingby
On Friday, May 31, 2019 at 6:56:43 AM UTC-7, Mohammad wrote: > > > The NOT GOOD SIDE of Tiddlywiki forum is that, while there is a lot of > really kind and helpful people in the community, there is NO real and > long-term collaboration between them so most of us work alone on our codes! > If

[tw5] Re: How does one use Bricks?

2019-05-29 Thread passingby
in my TW. I am also thinking of incorporating things from Shiraz plugin (by Mohammed). So if you could help me on this, that ll be great! On Wednesday, May 29, 2019 at 11:08:18 AM UTC-7, Thomas Elmiger wrote: > > Hi passingby, > > I am afraid, the only person knowing how to use

[tw5] How does one use Bricks?

2019-05-28 Thread passingby
Can someone give a simple walk-through for using Bricks for creating different themes? https://tid.li/tw5/test/bricks.html -- 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

[tw5] A dynamic dropdown select list for a tiddler field

2019-05-19 Thread passingby
Is there a way to have a dropdown as a value chooser for a field in edit mode ? I need a dynamic list generated containing tiddler names, using <$select> widget. -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe from this group

[tw5] Re: Adding tags containing spaces when creating a child tiddler

2019-05-18 Thread passingby
ssage $message="tm-new-tiddler" tags=<> /> > > > > On Saturday, May 18, 2019 at 4:59:49 PM UTC-7, passingby wrote: >> >> I am trying to create a child tiddler of a journal by attaching the name >> of the journal tiddler as a tag along with other ta

[tw5] Adding tags containing spaces when creating a child tiddler

2019-05-18 Thread passingby
I am trying to create a child tiddler of a journal by attaching the name of the journal tiddler as a tag along with other tags. But it does not seem to work out. I have tried this: <$button> Add child tiddler <$action-sendmessage $message="tm-new-tiddler" tags=<> /> But this add three

[tw5] Re: Open a tiddler or create if it does not exist

2019-05-18 Thread passingby
As an update I have decided to not to use modals, and use the natural tiddlywiki flow by using the zoomin story view instead. I want to make something that works in all the ways not just depend on modals. On Saturday, May 18, 2019 at 9:03:36 AM UTC-7, passingby wrote: > > > > On S

[tw5] Re: Open a tiddler or create if it does not exist

2019-05-18 Thread passingby
On Saturday, May 18, 2019 at 5:09:58 AM UTC-7, TonyM wrote: > > Passingby > > The following may be obvious but worth remembering. > > If you have no need to use a template or apply tags to create a new > tidder, a simple link even [[new tiddler]] is enough. The new here b

[tw5] Re: Open a tiddler or create if it does not exist

2019-05-17 Thread passingby
tton using a macro to create it!" > It exists. Show a button to open the tiddler. On Friday, May 17, 2019 at 12:07:40 PM UTC-7, passingby wrote: > > I am thinking along these line. > > <$list filter="[tag[sometag]is[missing]]"> > It is missing . Show a button t

[tw5] Re: Open a tiddler or create if it does not exist

2019-05-17 Thread passingby
e does not because the list does not 'run' when the check fails. On Friday, May 17, 2019 at 11:41:20 AM UTC-7, passingby wrote: > > I am trying to create child tiddlers of Journal tiddler. Every journal > would have a few button which would either create a child tiddler or open

[tw5] Open a tiddler or create if it does not exist

2019-05-17 Thread passingby
I am trying to create child tiddlers of Journal tiddler. Every journal would have a few button which would either create a child tiddler or open if one already exists. Is there a way to accomplish this? -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki"

[tw5] Re: a list of all the in-built css classes?

2019-05-17 Thread passingby
gexp:text[\.tc-]]"> > <$list filter="[all[current]enlist{!!text}regexp[^\.tc-]sort[title]]" > variable="theclass"> > <> > > > \end > > <$wikify text=<> name="sortus"> > <$list filter="[subfiltersort[]]"

[tw5] a list of all the in-built css classes?

2019-05-16 Thread passingby
Where can one look for a list of all the in-built css classes? Like for example tc-btn-big-green or others like this? -- 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: Whats happening here?

2019-05-15 Thread passingby
On Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at 9:23:52 AM UTC-7, Mat wrote: > > > Maybe your question is on a deeper level than I understand it but if not > then; > > A list of titles or strings work as constructors > when in a > filter so

[tw5] Re: Whats happening here?

2019-05-14 Thread passingby
On Monday, May 13, 2019 at 9:22:54 PM UTC-7, Mark S. wrote: > > Although the attribute is called "filter", some filter operators can > generate entries (titles). The titles will be generated even if there is no > existing tiddler with that name. This turns out to be very useful in many >

[tw5] Whats happening here?

2019-05-13 Thread passingby
<$list filter="ABC DEF GHI JKL"> <> This produces the result as this: ABC DEF GHI JKL Why is this so? AFAIK filter contains names of potential tiddlers and the variable currentTiddler would take up a value when there is a match. When there are no tiddlers to match, why should

[tw5] Re: A list which displays tiddler link alongside a 'done' or 'started' tag if present

2019-05-12 Thread passingby
I knew I was missing something obvious.Thank you Eric! On Sunday, May 12, 2019 at 1:31:23 PM UTC-7, Eric Shulman wrote: > > On Sunday, May 12, 2019 at 11:31:13 AM UTC-7, passingby wrote: >> >> This is my current working solution. I have used Condition.json from &g

[tw5] Re: A list which displays tiddler link alongside a 'done' or 'started' tag if present

2019-05-12 Thread passingby
tive way or a native way without the use of the plugin I used? Thanks On Sunday, May 12, 2019 at 6:59:41 AM UTC-7, passingby wrote: > > I wish to display a list of tiddlers with their names (links) followed > with either 'started' or 'done' tag if one of these is present. Would this >

[tw5] A list which displays tiddler link alongside a 'done' or 'started' tag if present

2019-05-12 Thread passingby
I wish to display a list of tiddlers with their names (links) followed with either 'started' or 'done' tag if one of these is present. Would this be done using a reveal widget? -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe from

[tw5] Re: Re-installing TiddlyWiki

2019-04-13 Thread passingby
I loved timmimi but it stopped supporting chrome, which I use, so now I use tiddlydrive. You have to add the tiddlydrive app to your google drive and then open a tiddlywiki stored in your google drive with tiddlydrive. This all has to be done in a browser and the file would open in a new tab,

[tw5] Is there a plugin for building questionnaires?

2019-04-13 Thread passingby
Is there something available to do something like a questionnaire to capture information in short/long answer, multiple choice, linear scale, checkbox list format? Similar to google forms? Alternatively, any ideas in this direction? -- You received this message because you are subscribed to

[tw5] Re: Button to edit current tiddler

2019-04-03 Thread passingby
I had to find an online text compare tool, to see what is being pointed. But I caught it now. For future reference the difference is: tm-edit-tiddler instead of tw-edit-tiddler. On Wednesday, April 3, 2019 at 2:36:08 AM UTC-7, Birthe C wrote: > > Hi Bruno, > > <$button> > <$action-sendmessage

[tw5] Re: TiddlyWiki Use case: Presenting collection of publication records by topics

2019-03-28 Thread passingby
On Thursday, March 28, 2019 at 1:40:09 AM UTC-7, Adrian Kee wrote: > > Current theme: Snow White > > • *Snow White* Emphasises individual tiddlers > > > > Ah, I see now its

[tw5] Re: TiddlyWiki Use case: Presenting collection of publication records by topics

2019-03-28 Thread passingby
Hello Adrian, What theme have you used on your TW? -passingby On Saturday, March 9, 2019 at 3:49:35 PM UTC-8, Adrian Kee wrote: > > Dear TiddlyWiki folks, > > In one of my recent scientific paper, I used TiddlyWiki to present a > collection of publication records in terms

[tw5] Re: Specifying the Type attribute for a list

2019-03-16 Thread passingby
Its quite handy and short. I definitely use it. Thank you! On Saturday, March 16, 2019 at 4:17:32 AM UTC-7, S. S. wrote: > > passingby, > > A little convoluted, but this works: > > > .u { list-style-type:upper-alpha; } > .l { list-style-type:lower-alpha; } > .r {

[tw5] Re: Specifying the Type attribute for a list

2019-03-15 Thread passingby
tle}}><$view field="title"/> > > > <$transclude tiddler={{!!title}} mode="block" /> > > <$list filter="[tag{!!title}!has[stop]]"> > <$link to={{!!title}}><$view field="title"/> > > > <$transclude

[tw5] Re: Specifying the Type attribute for a list

2019-03-14 Thread passingby
On Wednesday, March 13, 2019 at 9:10:06 PM UTC-7, S. S. wrote: > > Search this google group for: > Change bullet list css lower-alpha > > Regards > Thank you S. S. -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe from this group

[tw5] Re: Specifying the Type attribute for a list

2019-03-14 Thread passingby
but I wanted to know if there was a shorthand which will reduce the typing. On Wednesday, March 13, 2019 at 4:56:12 PM UTC-7, PMario wrote: > > On Wednesday, March 13, 2019 at 10:32:48 PM UTC+1, passingby wrote: >> >> Is the a wiki text way to specify the list item type l

[tw5] Specifying the Type attribute for a list

2019-03-13 Thread passingby
Is the a wiki text way to specify the list item type like '1' 'A' 'a' 'I' 'i' and their start attribute ? or do we have to define and use custom css classes? -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe from this group and

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

2019-03-12 Thread passingby
Great work! I can imagine using this on a large desktop screen. Often to make notes I have a pdf open on the side. Now I can copy text onto a tiddler and keep it open on the side while I work on making notes in my main tiddler. This will be so much efficient. On Monday, March 11, 2019 at

[tw5] Re: Lost data for the first time in maybe a decade

2019-03-12 Thread passingby
o your lost data. > > -jd > > > On Tuesday, March 12, 2019 at 12:24:37 PM UTC+9, passingby wrote: >> >> Thank you for your input. >> The TW was a fresh one which I downloaded today in the morning. The >> clocks were already 'spring ahead' on my laptop on sunda

[tw5] Re: Lost data for the first time in maybe a decade

2019-03-12 Thread passingby
, TonyM wrote: > > Passingby > > >- I assume it was a single file wiki? >- I would not be surprised if the same wiki was in two tabs/windows, >you worked on the second, but saved the first last. This overwrite step >would look identical to your regular save. >

[tw5] Re: Lost data for the first time in maybe a decade

2019-03-12 Thread passingby
> > >> Speaking of alternate realities, if you go the google drive web > interface, Google keeps versions of your files for 30 days. Have you > checked those for your lost work? > > Good luck! > > -- Mark > I did. The timestamp found on google drive web interface matched (I checked at that

[tw5] Re: Lost data for the first time in maybe a decade

2019-03-11 Thread passingby
ly it won't happen again for another 10 years. Or at least > until Oct. 26. > > -- Mark > > > On Monday, March 11, 2019 at 7:23:07 PM UTC-7, passingby wrote: >> >> There is a first time for everything. I lost data worth a few hours >> today. Its not the end of the world

[tw5] Lost data for the first time in maybe a decade

2019-03-11 Thread passingby
There is a first time for everything. I lost data worth a few hours today. Its not the end of the world but I am at my wits end as to how it happened. I am sharing this to find out if you have any strange explanations or if it has happened to you like this ever. Here are the facts of the case:

[tw5] Re: How to use TW for college math notes? (beginner)

2019-01-02 Thread passingby
Hey, Have a look at Timimi plugin for saving on laptop. It was just updated and the new update is for firefox but not for chrome. But the older release works fine for me on chrome. You just have to install it as a developer extension for now, which does not bother me much. And for android

[tw5] Re: Some help with Tekan Kanban

2019-01-02 Thread passingby
Good morning Riz, First of all, THANK YOU, for your plugins, both Tekan and Timimi. I have Timimi installed in my chrome browser and it makes the saving process so natural. I personally never could bring myself around installing a server for serving up a saveable TW. The attraction of TW being

[tw5] Some help with Tekan Kanban

2019-01-01 Thread passingby
Happy New Year to all. In the spirit of new year, I am making a board with Tekan, to pin up all my ideas for personal and business realm. I love the interface and the ability to switch over to regular TW mode and back and especially the feature to view different board through a menu. I have a

[tw5] Re: Notifications

2018-11-15 Thread passingby
For one brief and utterly baffling moment I thought Eric Shulman was asking a question. Whaat! :-) On Wednesday, November 14, 2018 at 6:36:49 PM UTC-8, Eric Shuman wrote: > > Notifications are small informational messages that appear at the top >> right of the TiddlyWiki

[tw5] Re: Timimi plugin - released for firefox/chrome/chromium in linux/mac/windows

2018-08-18 Thread passingby
And we are back ! Chilled beer is called for! Thank you Riz! On Saturday, August 18, 2018 at 12:09:22 AM UTC-6, Riz wrote: > > > https://github.com/ibnishak/Timimi > > > For those who are unfamiliar, timimi is a webextension that allows you to > save standalone tiddlywikis the same way tiddlyfox

[tw5] Re: How protect tiddlers?

2018-08-07 Thread passingby
Another idea is to completely forego putting titles in the title field. Put them in caption field or a description field. And use timestamps as titles. So two tiddlers of the same caption could exist side by side no problem. On Monday, August 6, 2018 at 10:35:56 AM UTC-6, Mat wrote: > > How

[tw5] Re: How protect tiddlers?

2018-08-06 Thread passingby
On Monday, August 6, 2018 at 11:33:11 AM UTC-6, Mat wrote: > > Yes, I know, but thanks. That's why I mentioned "generated" tiddlers, > where I will not notice when a tid is overwritten. > > Apologies, my bad, did not read properly. -- You received this message because you are subscribed to

[tw5] Re: How protect tiddlers?

2018-08-06 Thread passingby
if you are creating a tiddler by hand, TW gives you a warning about pre existing tiddler. On Monday, August 6, 2018 at 10:35:56 AM UTC-6, Mat wrote: > > How can I ensure a tiddler is not overwritten? > > I do not mean that someone would click the *edit* button etc but rather > myself

[tw5] Re: Query 101 -- Where is the Crib Sheet for Bracket & Quote marks?

2018-08-06 Thread passingby
On Monday, August 6, 2018 at 8:42:43 AM UTC-6, Mohammad wrote: > > Hi Passingby! > I recommend to edit your post and attach a .tid file! Simply export this > tiddler from your wiki name it like Type_of_brackets.tid and attached it to > your post! > > Best > > Thank

[tw5] Re: Query 101 -- Where is the Crib Sheet for Bracket & Quote marks?

2018-08-06 Thread passingby
On Saturday, August 4, 2018 at 11:06:47 AM UTC-6, @TiddlyTweeter wrote: > > I can't admit I understand the complexity of "Brackets" (<> <<>> [] [[]] > curly variants etc) or "Quotes" ("", '' '', ''' ''' etc). > > Is there a *Crib Sheet* that gives an overview of their variant use? They > seem

[tw5] A theme for journalling

2018-08-03 Thread passingby
Is there a theme or customisation oriented specifically for journalling or diary writing? -- 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: How to create a new tiddler with custom predefined fields?

2018-08-03 Thread passingby
On Monday, July 30, 2018 at 6:22:16 AM UTC-6, Alexei R wrote: > > Please give me some simple example. > > I have this tiddler in my TW which creates a simple contact tiddler. <$button class='tc-btn-invisible' tooltip="Create a new contact"> <$action-createtiddler $basetitle='New Contact'

[tw5] Re: How to extract part of a field and sort extracted stuff

2018-07-15 Thread passingby
On Sunday, July 15, 2018 at 1:43:24 PM UTC-6, Mark S. wrote: > > An awful job? > >> >> I suspect its a typo and was meant to be 'awesome' -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails

[tw5] Re: Query: Is TW Male, Female?

2018-07-07 Thread passingby
Guys this topic is just a fun topic about finding out a gender of a piece of software. If I don't show the 'male' or 'female' qualities described, am I not > 'male'/'female'? > I hope this does not imply that TW is actually one of the genders and that it may not manifest the gender

[tw5] Re: Query: Is TW Male, Female?

2018-07-07 Thread passingby
On Saturday, July 7, 2018 at 12:05:47 PM UTC-6, @TiddlyTweeter wrote: > > Its a wonderful language. ਮੈਨੂੰ ਸੱਚਮੁੱਚ ਇਸ ਨੂੰ ਪਸੰਦ ਹੈ. > Nice! It would be ਮੈਨੂੰ ਸੱਚਮੁੱਚ *ਇਹ* (this) ਪਸੰਦ ਹੈ. Google translator is a bit off the mark there, but even so, its nice :-) -- You received this message

[tw5] Re: Query: Is TW Male, Female?

2018-07-07 Thread passingby
For me it is a female, based upon its name, which according to my mother language(panjabi), should be treated as a female because it ends with an / i / sound. It would have been a male for me if it would have ended with an /a/ sound. This is a general rule with some exceptions. On Monday, July

[tw5] Re: Include JS code

2018-07-05 Thread passingby
On Thursday, July 5, 2018 at 12:09:15 PM UTC-6, Jed Carty wrote: > > There is a huge usability gain, you don't need to know any javascript to > make something new and useful with tiddlywiki. > I was a hobby level programmer in javascript. I remember many years ago in TWC using Eric Schulman's

[tw] Re: Can I write protect a tiddler

2018-03-03 Thread passingby
On Saturday, March 3, 2018 at 9:17:33 PM UTC-7, Mark S. wrote: > > Oops. There's supposed to be class identifier for buttons, but it doesn't > seem to work. > > This seems to work, if you change the CSS selector: > > .tc-tagged-Locked button[title="Edit this tiddler"] {display: none;} > > If

[tw] Re: Can I write protect a tiddler

2018-03-03 Thread passingby
Mark both of your tips are wonderful. How does the second one work? How does the the css class .tc-tagged-Locked work? Second question is, when I tried this, it hid all the buttons, even the close button, On Saturday, March 3, 2018 at 11:40:36 AM UTC-7, Mark S. wrote: > > Here's another quick

[tw] Re: Passing a variable parameter to a custom macro and storing its returned value

2018-03-01 Thread passingby
quot;selectedTopic"> > <$list filter='[tag[Topic]]'> > >><$view field='title'/> > > > > Enter a name for quiz: > <$edit-text tiddler="$:/.user/temp/quiz" field="givenName" > default="QuizName" /> > > <$b

Re: [tw] A slider which closes itself when clicking elsewhere or closing tiddler

2018-02-25 Thread passingby
On Friday, February 23, 2018 at 12:25:55 PM UTC-7, Steven Schneider wrote: > > Another alternative: use the <$appear> > plugin by tobibeer > Thank you for know about tobi's plugin. I tried it out and it seems it will serve the purpose well.

Re: [tw] A slider which closes itself when clicking elsewhere or closing tiddler

2018-02-22 Thread passingby
Friends I am really sorry i got busy and made no progress on the issue. Maybe this weekend. I shall update if i get something done. Thank you for your suggestions/ On Wednesday, February 21, 2018 at 4:03:01 AM UTC-7, ste...@gmail.com wrote: > > Hi Andreas, > > On Wednesday, February 21, 2018

[tw] Re: A button to open a random tiddler

2018-02-20 Thread passingby
Guys! Stephan, Mathew Thank you for your efforts. I am always impressed with all that mathematics! Although I did take up math in my high school, i barely passed in it. I remember sine cos theta angles but nothing more than names. But there is always a lurking desire to spend some time on

[tw] Re: A button to open a random tiddler

2018-02-20 Thread passingby
Matthew I tried the plugin. Its a wonderful code in that it is not a macro but a filter operator, which is very interesting! And it does work as intended. But i am seeing that it repeats one or two tiddler a lot. At first i thought maybe my tiddlers were not enough in numbers but then i have

[tw] Re: A button to open a random tiddler

2018-02-19 Thread passingby
To use it in that way, you'd probably want something along the lines of >>> >>> <$button> >>> <$list filter="[tag[Tag]shuffle[]first[]]"> >>> <$action-navigate $to=<> /> >>> >>> Open >>> >>> >>&

[tw] A button to open a random tiddler

2018-02-19 Thread passingby
Can anybody suggest a way to have a button which opens a random tiddler out of all the tiddlers tagged with a particular tag? -- 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

[tw] A slider which closes itself when clicking elsewhere or closing tiddler

2018-02-19 Thread passingby
I am trying to make a small quiz for myself in which a question is followed by its answer hidden in a slider. I have looked at Stephen Hradek's solution using CSS but I shall be using my TW on a mobile and hence the hovering thing does not work too well. I find myself selecting tiddler text

[tw] Re: Text Beside Table

2018-01-31 Thread passingby
You could try using padding or margin properties in the inline style definition. -- 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: Text Beside Table

2018-01-30 Thread passingby
Html tags work in the tiddler. So just wrap do this: |cell1|cell2| |cell3|cell4| Here follows a paragraph which will flow up along the table on left. On Tuesday, January 30, 2018 at 8:32:38 PM UTC-7, slip532 wrote: > > I just started using tiddlywiki today, so I'm still pretty green.

[tw] Re: Passing macro parameter to a list widget

2018-01-30 Thread passingby
On Tuesday, January 30, 2018 at 8:18:14 AM UTC-7, Mark S. wrote: > > Unfortunately, this syntax won't work anywhere: > > <> > > What you can do instead is call with the macro widget: > > <$macrocall $name="contactevents" name={{!!title}}/> > > The {{!!title}} transclusion syntax only becomes a

[tw] Re: Passing macro parameter to a list widget

2018-01-29 Thread passingby
In any case I got it working like this: \define contactevents(name) <$set name="item" value=$name$> Figured in the field 'people' of: <$list filter="[tag[event]search:people]"> \end -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To

[tw] Re: Passing macro parameter to a list widget

2018-01-29 Thread passingby
On Monday, January 29, 2018 at 12:57:39 PM UTC-7, Mark S. wrote: > > > That worked for me when invoked like: > > <> > > Good luck, > > -- Mark > > hm..true. Its working that way. The thing is I am making the call from inside a template. I am not sure why it works from outside a template , in a

[tw] Passing macro parameter to a list widget

2018-01-29 Thread passingby
How do i pass a parameter value coming in into a macro definition, to a list widget filter. this does not seem to work for me: \define contactevents(name) <$list filter="[tag[event]search:people[$name$]]"> \end I also tried with search:people[] and search:people If I hard code the

[tw] Re: Nested lists using list operator in outer list

2018-01-28 Thread passingby
Wonderful. Thank you Mark! So now this code is working for me: <$list filter="[list[$:/.shavin/lists/EventCircles!!text]]" variable="item"> <$list filter="[tagging[]tag[contact]limit[1]]"> <> <$list filter="[tagging[]tag[contact]]"> This is great trick to learn. -- You

[tw] Re: Nested lists using list operator in outer list

2018-01-28 Thread passingby
Is there a way to suppress (not display) the item in outer list IF it does not have any children? I mean lets say not display 'acquaintance' when there are no contacts tagged with 'acquaintance'? Although as the TW start to fill with data I feel all types on contacts would come in. -- You

[tw] Re: Create a tiddler with pre defined fields

2018-01-28 Thread passingby
> > -- Mark > > On Saturday, January 27, 2018 at 10:21:10 PM UTC-8, passingby wrote: >> >> >> >> 1. It seems that list widget is being used for something other than what >> it is supposed to be used for. It is meant for producing lists, whereas >> here it

[tw] Re: Nested lists using list operator in outer list

2018-01-28 Thread passingby
Thank you Eric! On Sunday, January 28, 2018 at 12:58:24 AM UTC-7, Eric Shulman wrote: > > On Saturday, January 27, 2018 at 10:50:02 PM UTC-8, passingby wrote: >> >> Why does this not work? >> <$list filter="[list[$:/.user/lists/Circles!!text]]" variable=&q

[tw] Nested lists using list operator in outer list

2018-01-27 Thread passingby
Friends, I have a tiddler $:/.user/lists/Circles which contains : personal family friends acquaintances relatives work. These are to be used as tags from a dropdown for contact tiddlers. So a contact could be a personal contact, or someone from family or a friend etc I am trying to produce a

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