Re: [tw5] Searching In Tiddler Fields

2019-04-08 Thread PMario
Hi, Have a look at my field-search plugin . There is an intro video, if you follow the link. -m -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe from this

Re: [tw5] Searching In Tiddler Fields

2019-04-07 Thread S. S.
Actually, I forgot another scenario where it might be proper to include a result in the normal *search* in the *sidebar*. How about for *Title matches* only (of course this includes *caption*) : Any tiddler, including shadow and system tiddlers, that are open in the (a?) Story River? On

Re: [tw5] Searching In Tiddler Fields

2019-04-07 Thread S. S.
I think Jeremy's suggestion is worth taking up. This is what I feel: The normal *search* in the *sidebar* should search the fields: - *Title matches:* - title - caption - *Other matches:* - tag - text The *Advanced* search *Standard* tab should search: - All

Re: [tw5] Searching In Tiddler Fields

2019-01-27 Thread S. S.
You may have noticed that - *All matches:* - only lists the first 250. Search for - *tiddler* - on tiddlywiki.com to see this by scrolling down past the - *Title matches:* - listing. I agree there should be a "more results" after that first 250, as I think ALL results must be available.

Re: [tw5] Searching In Tiddler Fields

2019-01-26 Thread Mohammad
@SS It is also better to show few results and have a `more result ...` For wiki with several hundreds tiddlers, the current search shows a very ling list and you have to scroll and it is not hnady. Mohammad -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups

Re: [tw5] Searching In Tiddler Fields

2019-01-26 Thread S. S.
Please do correct me if I am wrong. Presently, normal search has 2 sections: Section 1 : Title field Only Section 2 : Title & Tag & Text fields Only Since there is interest to enhance the normal search - in some way we need either 2 or 3 sections. Here is one suggestion - to keep the thought

Re: [tw5] Searching In Tiddler Fields

2019-01-26 Thread TonyM
Agreed Thomas, I miss the old TWC goto plugin that just listed existing tiddlers by title in the search. In part because my Wikis are well organised with good tiddler names and this is all I need most of the time. I would like an easy way to include system tiddlers when I am in design "mode."

Re: [tw5] Searching In Tiddler Fields

2019-01-26 Thread @TiddlyTweeter
IMO we need comparative cases. The richness of search / filter is now really good. So, lets talk the filters already and enjoy 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,

Re: [tw5] Searching In Tiddler Fields

2019-01-26 Thread Thomas Elmiger
Afterthought: There are two sections at the moment: *Title matches* and *All matches*. My preferred new mechanism would be "Title matches" and "Other matches" where the latter searches in all fields BUT the title field. (Or as in my plugin Simple Search, where the sections are *Caption/Title*

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] Searching In Tiddler Fields

2019-01-26 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Now that the search operator has been extended to properly search across multiple fields I’d be happy to extend the core search UI to expose the new functionality. There are several ways of doing it: * Making the existing “All matches” search work across all fields * Add a new search result

[tw5] Searching In Tiddler Fields

2019-01-12 Thread S. S.
With reference to the issue on Github #3432 Search within the extra fields I would like to propose that the solution by Tobias Beer here: Searching In Tiddler Fields be enhanced and then submitted as a PR for TiddlyWiki's core. This