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

2017-08-02 Thread @TiddlyTweeter
JavaScript runs well in TW WHEN its matched to it. BUT its necessarily fussy because TW IS JavaScript and you can't just launch any-old-thing on it. You have to follow the rules. So the irony is: TW IS Javascipt+ but engaging with it is much harder than doing any old JavaScript. Grasp this:

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

2017-08-02 Thread Lost Admin
On Wednesday, August 2, 2017 at 12:11:20 PM UTC-4, Mark S. wrote: > > But we're not talking about a web-based javascript (or at least I'm not). > We're talking about a local javascript file. And we're also talking about a > user who has just navigated to a file, voluntarily providing file and

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

2017-08-02 Thread 'Mark S.' via TiddlyWiki
But we're not talking about a web-based javascript (or at least I'm not). We're talking about a local javascript file. And we're also talking about a user who has just navigated to a file, voluntarily providing file and path information. Whether the script is malicious or not, it already has

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

2017-08-02 Thread Lost Admin
On Wednesday, August 2, 2017 at 10:38:18 AM UTC-4, Mark S. wrote: > > I'm guessing that the answer is "no", since we've been told that drag and > drop can't do what you want (what I want too, BTW), because the file folder > structure is hidden from the browser for security reasons. How this

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

2017-08-02 Thread 'Mark S.' via TiddlyWiki
I'm guessing that the answer is "no", since we've been told that drag and drop can't do what you want (what I want too, BTW), because the file folder structure is hidden from the browser for security reasons. How this helps security is pretty unclear. You can use TiddlyClip in conjunction

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

2017-08-02 Thread PMario
Hi Pit, This thread and linked example TWs may be interesting for you. https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/tiddlywiki/TL8N40F0DVQ -m -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails