On Saturday, March 9, 2019 at 12:11:18 PM UTC+1, Mat wrote: > > ...AND it is actually possible to open the hosting TW from within the > iframe (i.e open the TW inside itself) and then make changes in the iframed > "copy" and save (using same file name of course)... and then refresh the >
Actually... ...it IS possible the browser as a file explorer and open local files in a local TW in an iframe: At least in Windows 10, Chrome and FF: Open a local copy of, say, empty.html. Copy-paste the local file path to a directory into the browser url field. At least in Windows 10, Chrome
On Friday, March 8, 2019 at 2:26:06 AM UTC+1, TonyM wrote: > > This should be possible even if with a plugin since file save and backup > tools can save backup files, and presumably check for the existence of > existing backups. > Hi Tony, You can __not__ check the filesystem, if a file exists.
Chun Thanks for the lead bit I cant see the method as its too far off whay I am looking for. But thanks Tony -- 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
Hi Tony, I am looking for the same thing! See someone did it this way. https://itnext.io/vuidget-how-to-create-an-embeddable-vue-js-widget-with-vue-custom-element-674bdcb96b97 Sorry if I misunderstood what you want as I didn’t read the details in all your posts. But let me know if this works or
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Post Script This should be possible even if with a plugin since file save and backup tools can save backup files, and presumably check for the existence of existing backups. I am not sure people have recognised how powerful it would be to allow serial edit via a checking process for single