Re: [tw5] random macro, random filter

2019-09-11 Thread Mohammad
Matt, That is great! and I think it solve most part of the issue related to performance! I hope, Jeremy, Mario, and Mark join this discussion and give their opinion! --Mohammad On Wednesday, September 11, 2019 at 9:22:55 PM UTC+4:30, Matthew Lauber wrote: > > That is deterministic. The

Re: [tw5] random macro, random filter

2019-09-11 Thread Mohammad Rahmani
Matt, Thanks for the PR #3712 for shuffle filter! https://github.com/Jermolene/TiddlyWiki5/pull/3712 Best wishes Mohammad On Wed, Sep 11, 2019 at 9:22 PM Matthew Lauber wrote: > That is deterministic. The parameter to the shuffle operator is treated > as a seed. So the shuffle of the

[tw5] Re: random macro, random filter

2019-09-11 Thread Matthew Lauber
All, I've updated my PR (https://github.com/Jermolene/TiddlyWiki5/pull/3712) to be always deterministic, using first the operand (so you can trigger updates with buttons) next a seed set to the time at startup by startup tiddler, falling back to a static/hardcoded seed. @Jeremy, there's a

Re: [tw5] Re: Announcing TiddlyServer 2.1 Stable

2019-09-11 Thread Arlen Beiler
Actually there is an easier way than replacing the folder. Just set _datafoldertarget property in settings.json to whatever folder you want to use. The plugins are bundled so they load faster. It doesn't matter, TiddlyWiki just loads them either way. On Wed, Sep 11, 2019 at 5:16 AM mauloop

Re: [tw5] TiddlyWiki .md Files

2019-09-11 Thread Andrew Lister
Yup, it works! Now I can edit tiddlers via text editor on ipad by changing the "type" to "text/x-markdown" in the box below the tiddler text, when editing. Fantastic, thanks to everyone who responded. On Wednesday, September 11, 2019 at 7:12:44 AM UTC-4, Andrew Lister wrote: > > Yes, node.js -

Re: [tw5] random macro, random filter

2019-09-11 Thread Mohammad Rahmani
This is deterministic but IS NOT a real number! albeit it works for many purposes like display a random quote at TW startup or display a random content when a tiddler is shown! Best wishes Mohammad On Wed, Sep 11, 2019 at 11:30 PM Mohammad Rahmani < mohammad.rahm...@gmail.com> wrote: > Mat, >

Re: [tw5] Re: Announcing TiddlyServer 2.1 Stable

2019-09-11 Thread mauloop
Just set _datafoldertarget property in settings.json to whatever folder you > want to use. > Just tested. It works. Thanks. Really a great job. )+( -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop

[tw5] Coming in v5.1.22: dynamic loading of plugins

2019-09-11 Thread Jeremy Ruston
I’m pretty excited to announce that if all goes well, one of the new features for v5.1.22 will be the ability to dynamically load/unload plugins without needing to refresh the page. The catch is that this only works for plugins that do not contain any JavaScript modules. For plugins that do

Re: [tw5] random macro, random filter

2019-09-11 Thread Mat
Seems you've solved your needs but I'd think <> should probably be enough in many cases. It's more or less a random number between 0 and 999. If we had a modulo operator I think it should be simple to convert it to a random number in any other range. I tried to extract the last digit but a

Re: [tw5] random macro, random filter

2019-09-11 Thread Mohammad Rahmani
Mat, Do you mean something like this \define pseudo-rand(beta, alpha:1) <$set name=seed value=<> > <$list filter="[<__beta__>subtract<__alpha__>multiplydivide[999]add<__alpha__>round[]]" variable=prand> <> \end <> If we linearly map [0, 999] into [alpha:1, beta:n] where alpha is the first

[tw5] Re: random macro, random filter

2019-09-11 Thread Mohammad
Thanks Matt! On Wednesday, September 11, 2019 at 11:56:31 PM UTC+4:30, Matthew Lauber wrote: > > All, I've updated my PR ( > https://github.com/Jermolene/TiddlyWiki5/pull/3712) to be always > deterministic, using first the operand (so you can trigger updates with > buttons) next a seed set to

[tw5] Re: Tiddlywiki and Sandboxing

2019-09-11 Thread TonyM
Also this will help Coming in v5.1.22: dynamic loading of plugins Regards Tony On Wednesday, September 11, 2019 at 10:35:18 PM UTC+10, Mohammad wrote: > > Tiddlywiki has a brilliant feature when it comes to plugins area! >

[tw5] Re: Dates, moment.js and Gantt charts via vis.js timeline

2019-09-11 Thread TonyM
Ste, On your week 16, I added a caption of "16th Week" which is much nicer than seeing lots of "W" on the time line. Thinking about your initial post, I wonder if the timeline will respond to a computed field eg start: Standard date End: `{{{ [is[current]days:start[+6]] }}}` should return the

[tw5] Re: Coming in v5.1.22: dynamic loading of plugins

2019-09-11 Thread TonyM
Jeremy, You mention *Indicate in the plugin library which plugins will require a reload* Is it not possible to determine which plugins would require this automatically and allow it to be overridden either way with a flag on the plugin? There may be cases where a Plugin need not be reloaded

[tw5] Re: Tiddlywiki and Sandboxing

2019-09-11 Thread Mohammad
Hi A Gloom, Yes, it means you freely operations and then be able to back to initial state! I am thinking the notebook idea from BTC could integrate with dynamic plugin loading mechanism * on create or load a notebook an isolated environment starts * and when delete or close the notebook

Re: [tw5] random macro, random filter

2019-09-11 Thread Mat
Mat wrote: > > <> > > should probably be enough in many cases. It's more or less a random number > between 0 and 999. > Error: should be capital X's: <> <:-) -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe from this group and

[tw5] Re: Tiddlywiki and Sandboxing

2019-09-11 Thread Mohammad
Hi Tony Many thanks for your detailed discussion! Yes, with the advent of dynamic loading of plugins, I think sandboxing will be implemented easier! --Mohammad On Thursday, September 12, 2019 at 6:07:13 AM UTC+4:30, TonyM wrote: > > Also this will help > > Coming in v5.1.22: dynamic loading of

[tw5] Re: True Single Tiddler Mode

2019-09-11 Thread TonyM
Mohammad, Reviewed and commented on. Regards Tony On Thursday, September 12, 2019 at 12:00:03 AM UTC+10, Mohammad wrote: > > If you have problem with zoomin storyview please vote for > > https://github.com/Jermolene/TiddlyWiki5/pull/3412 > > I am eagerly waiting for this! I use zoomin story

[tw5] Re: Tiddlywiki and Sandboxing

2019-09-11 Thread A Gloom
Mohammad! as always, you plant ideas in my head : ) Tiddlywiki has a brilliant feature when it comes to plugins area! > You can simply overwrite any shadow tiddler and on delete it will restore! > TW take care of shadow tiddlers and you have always the original ones in a > safe box!! > could

[tw5] Re: random macro, random filter

2019-09-11 Thread TonyM
Folks, I have come late to this conversation, presumably because I live in a different timezone, so please excuse me if it was addressed in the details. A Couple of points - The use of appropriate seeds is a well known way of making something effectively random. Surely once we have it

[tw5] Re: True Single Tiddler Mode

2019-09-11 Thread Mohammad
Thanks Tony! I hope this cause Jeremy gives higher priority to finalize this feature! --Mohammad On Thursday, September 12, 2019 at 5:26:51 AM UTC+4:30, TonyM wrote: > > Mohammad, > > Reviewed and commented on. > > Regards > Tony > > On Thursday, September 12, 2019 at 12:00:03 AM UTC+10,

[tw5] Re: Coming in v5.1.22: dynamic loading of plugins

2019-09-11 Thread Mohammad
Jeremy This is amazing! One use case as discussed in another thread could be to dynamically create a selection of tiddlers as plugin, work with them (sandbox) and then delete all modified tiddlers (restore original) This will let us implement kind of sandboxing! In this way there is no need to

[tw5] Reversing Safe Mode

2019-09-11 Thread TonyM
Folks, For not clear reason my KEY wiki is throwing an error on load. I am not sure what the last change was but I had to open it in safe mode . Unfortunately in subsequent reloads it remains in safe mode. * All plugins are temporarily disabled. Most

[tw5] Re: Coming in v5.1.22: dynamic loading of plugins

2019-09-11 Thread TonyM
Jeremy, Thanks for looking at this innovation, and I look forward to it. I have quickly looked at the "Browser-based local storage" plugin and see two .js tiddlers are included thus I expect I can assume then this plugin can not be dynamically loaded? The reason I ask this is, as I have

[tw5] Re: Dates, moment.js and Gantt charts via vis.js timeline

2019-09-11 Thread TonyM
Ste, Your use of moment is in java script yes?, You can effectively determine the second date (or provide a relative date) in Wiki text using a filter and the days operator, although it does not spit out the second date you can select tiddlers with the same date as the first + - or equal to

[tw5] Re: Tiddlywiki and Sandboxing

2019-09-11 Thread TonyM
Mohammad, I am doing something like this with a hack I discovered Using plugin type info With a little more work or more hacking this could be very usable. One reason I am keen to establish this process is it supports the

Re: [tw5] Re: Coming in v5.1.22: dynamic loading of plugins

2019-09-11 Thread Arlen Beiler
Unfortunately I don't think it would be possible for a LocalStorage plugin to not use Javascript. However, it could be possible to make a Chrome extension that would load this functionality for all wikis if the user desired to install such an extension. It would also be possible to enable this

Re: [tw5] Announcing the release of TiddlyWiki v5.1.21

2019-09-11 Thread Jon
Thanks Jeremy, and it fixed some odd behaviour which had appeared in my table of contents so was very timely. Regards Jon On Tuesday, 10 September 2019 19:28:31 UTC+1, Mohammad wrote: > > HI Jeremy, > Thanks for all your efforts! I see the filed name issue has been fixed! > > Thank you again!

[tw5] random macro, random filter

2019-09-11 Thread Mohammad Rahmani
As there is no random filter (I expect to have it with math operators) in TW core, is it possible using machine clock and TW 5.1.20+ math ops create a macro to generate random numbers? Best wishes Mohammad -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups

Re: [tw5] ActionSetFieldWidget more capable than ActionDeleteFieldWidget

2019-09-11 Thread PMario
On Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at 9:14:28 PM UTC+2, Stephan Hradek wrote: > > Thanks Mohammad. > > This is one of the many illogical annoyances in TiddlyWiki ;) > That's right. ... Programmers are humans. And from time to time, things are overlooked. Additional widget functionality is mainly

Re: [tw5] Re: plugins folder : TW + Node.JS

2019-09-11 Thread PMario
Using the environment variables is very convenient, since it is a global setting. So every --server command can find your 3rd party stuff. It also allows us to include plugins into tiddlywiki.info using the "defacto standard" for plugins, which is $:/plugins// -m -- You received this

Re: [tw5] Re: plugins folder : TW + Node.JS

2019-09-11 Thread Mohammad Rahmani
That's really great! Thanks Mario! Added to TW-Scripts. Best wishes Mohammad On Wed, Sep 11, 2019 at 12:11 PM PMario wrote: > Hi, > > On Monday, September 9, 2019 at 8:40:45 PM UTC+2, Mohammad wrote: >> >> Hi Jeremy! >> Thanks for clarification! It seems there is an exception! >> If

[tw5] Re: Announcing the release of TiddlyWiki v5.1.21

2019-09-11 Thread bimlas
https://github.com/Jermolene/TiddlyWiki5/pull/4243 should have been merge first! :( -- 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] Sample (random) filter operation

2019-09-11 Thread Mohammad Rahmani
Which of those solution does not use JS? Of course I think in 5.1.20+ it is possible to use math operators plus the now macro to create random number Best wishes Mohammad On Tue, Sep 10, 2019 at 10:24 PM @TiddlyTweeter wrote: > See >

[tw5] Re: Announcing the release of TiddlyWiki v5.1.21

2019-09-11 Thread Hubert
Thank you Jeremy! On Wednesday, 11 September 2019 07:52:52 UTC+1, bimlas wrote: > > https://github.com/Jermolene/TiddlyWiki5/pull/4243 should have been merge > first! :( > -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe from this

[tw5] Re: In the making of a "NoteBooks" plugin ...

2019-09-11 Thread BurningTreeC
> Ciao BTC > > ... and I'm hoping for some ideas > > > One thing that interests me about "Intelligent Notebooks" is not so much > about their creation, but rather "intelligent macros" ... by which I mean > ... say you wanted to make a footnote entry. You create a macro in edit... > > ... But

Re: [tw5] Re: plugins folder : TW + Node.JS

2019-09-11 Thread PMario
Hi, On Monday, September 9, 2019 at 8:40:45 PM UTC+2, Mohammad wrote: > > Hi Jeremy! > Thanks for clarification! It seems there is an exception! > If plugins are installed in Tiddlywiki/plugins (the root for tw under > node.js) we can have > TW has 4 environment variables, that are read at

[tw5] Linking Katex formulae elements to a tiddler

2019-09-11 Thread Christian Macedo
I've managed to install Katex from the link and I'm looking to link any single item in a given formula to a separate tiddler. If we look at the following formula: $$e = mc^{2}$$ I would like to link the 'e' to a tiddler which explains it. I

Re: [tw5] Linking Katex formulae elements to a tiddler

2019-09-11 Thread Christian Macedo
Hi Jeremy, That helped. I can use it as a workaround. Here's e=mc2 <$link to="Fundamental: Energy">$$e=$$<$link to="Fundamental: Mass">$$m$$<$link to="Fundamental: Speed of Light">$$c^{2}$$ Thanks. On Wednesday, 11 September 2019 10:19:21 UTC+1, Jeremy Ruston wrote: > > Hi

Re: [tw5] Find current tiddle title with a javascript macro -or- regex transform {{!!title}}

2019-09-11 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Leon The usual way to address this would be to pass the tiddler title to the macro call by using the macrocall widget: <$macrocall $name="JavaC1" myText={{!!title}}/> That way, the macro can be used with any text, not just the current tiddler title. Best wishes Jeremy. > On 11 Sep 2019,

Re: [tw5] TiddlyWiki .md Files

2019-09-11 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Andrew > I'm not understanding how to get TW to save tiddlers "as a .md file with the > text along with a .md.meta file to contain the metadata." I used the control > panel to install the markdown plugin, and have got that working. But the > tiddlers are still being saved as .tid files. It

Re: [tw5] Linking Katex formulae elements to a tiddler

2019-09-11 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Christian > On 11 Sep 2019, at 09:47, Christian Macedo wrote: > > I've managed to install Katex from the link > Usually it’s easier to install plugins from the official library via the control panel “plugins” tab, did that not work for

[tw5] Re: In the making of a "NoteBooks" plugin ...

2019-09-11 Thread Mat
Further input to what I think would be a really good and basic edition in TW. In its simplicity, this really could be an alternative to many other *conventional* notebook software that have been around for years. - I now further realize why I misunderstood how to get a specific notebook

[tw5] Re: Dates, moment.js and Gantt charts via vis.js timeline

2019-09-11 Thread PMario
Hi Ste, If I click your last link I do get a Phishing warning. ... Are you sure your site isn't compromised? -m -- 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: random macro, random filter

2019-09-11 Thread PMario
Hi, It depends on what you want to do with it. math.random () isn't really random, but it should be good enough to show a random tiddler at startup, or for RPG games. Secure random numbers are

Re: [tw5] TiddlyWiki .md Files

2019-09-11 Thread Andrew Lister
Yes, node.js - so that each tiddler can be a file that I can tag, and so integrate everything into one filing / search system. The addition of a tablet has complicated things, though. Sycom below recommends Markor, but it seems that’s for Android, and I have an iPad. I emailed the makers of

Re: [tw5] Re: Announcing TiddlyServer 2.1 Stable

2019-09-11 Thread mauloop
Hi, Arlen. I would like to upgrade the TW version included in TiddlyServer to 5.1.21, which fixes lot of 5.1.20 bugs. I think I could simply download the new TW5 rel from Github and replace the tidllywiki subfolder in the Tiddlyserver install dir. I noticed that all of the plugins, themes,

Re: [tw5] random macro, random filter

2019-09-11 Thread Jeremy Ruston
Hi Mohammad > On 11 Sep 2019, at 08:47, Mohammad Rahmani wrote: > > As there is no random filter (I expect to have it with math operators) in TW > core, is it possible using machine clock and TW 5.1.20+ math ops create a > macro to generate random numbers? This has come up before, it might

Re: [tw5] TiddlyWiki .md Files

2019-09-11 Thread Andrew Lister
Aha; I didn’t understand what I had to do to the info file. Now I see that I just need to add the line: "plugins": [ "tiddlywiki/markdown" ] Thanks, will try this out when I am back at my computer -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups

Re: [tw5] TiddlyWiki .md Files

2019-09-11 Thread Andrew Lister
I should probably be using Android not an iPad. The file management system is driving me crazy. Or I should say that lack of a file management system. No control over what app a file opens in, files ‘sandboxed’ in apps, which sometimes means you can’t find them at all from the general filing

[tw5] Tiddlywiki and Sandboxing

2019-09-11 Thread Mohammad Rahmani
Tiddlywiki has a brilliant feature when it comes to plugins area! You can simply overwrite any shadow tiddler and on delete it will restore! TW take care of shadow tiddlers and you have always the original ones in a safe box!! I am thinking when ones like to try a new plugin or do some operation

Re: [tw5] TiddlyWiki .md Files

2019-09-11 Thread 'Mark S.' via TiddlyWiki
Android is basically following iOS, sandboxing the apps off from each other. Each app is responsible for its own files and the user has to give explicit permission to talk to another app. At the moment though, you can still attach an external flash drive via a OTG and access that. My

Re: [tw5] random macro, random filter

2019-09-11 Thread PMario
Hi, So what we need for the list-widget is "predictable unpredictability" ... A very nice feature ;) I think first of all we need some parameters similar, but not the same, as for the range operator . Additionally I can think about some named "random

Re: [tw5] random macro, random filter

2019-09-11 Thread PMario
One more addition: $:/state/seed/ will not be saved and _not_ be synced ... $:/core/save/all ... needs to be adjusted $:/temp/seed/ ... will be saved but will _not_ be synced ... $:/config/SyncFilter knows that already $:/xxx/seed/ ... will be saved _and_ will be synced ... TW

Re: [tw5] random macro, random filter

2019-09-11 Thread Mohammad Rahmani
Hi Jeremy! I understood why random filter could affect the performance! Thank you for clarification! Best wishes Mohammad On Wed, Sep 11, 2019 at 2:40 PM Jeremy Ruston wrote: > Hi Mohammad > > On 11 Sep 2019, at 08:47, Mohammad Rahmani > wrote: > > As there is no random filter (I expect

Re: [tw5] Linking Katex formulae elements to a tiddler

2019-09-11 Thread Ste Wilson
Have a look at http://stephenteacherprivate.tiddlyspot.com/ For an equation note book or http://stephenteacher.tiddlyspot.com/ to see how I've set up my equations. -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe from this group

Re: [tw5] Re: random macro, random filter

2019-09-11 Thread Mohammad Rahmani
Mario, Many thanks for your explanation! I do not need an actual random generator! I just need when wiki is opened (startup time) or when a special tiddler is displayed on the screen the content of a random tiddler say tagged with myTag is shown! This is what already has implemented using JS

Re: [tw5] Re: plugins folder : TW + Node.JS

2019-09-11 Thread Mohammad
well noted! Thank you On Wednesday, September 11, 2019 at 12:15:30 PM UTC+4:30, PMario wrote: > > > Using the environment variables is very convenient, since it is a global > setting. So every --server command can find your 3rd party stuff. > > It also allows us to include plugins into

[tw5] In the making of a "NoteBooks" plugin ...

2019-09-11 Thread bimlas
It seems that we are doing similar stuff: limiting the focus to a subset of tiddlers. Maybe you can get some ideas from https://bimlas.gitlab.io/tw5-locator/ like limi the search to the current notebook (context in my case), create notebook (context) from existing tag (or several tags). --

[tw5] Re: Dates, moment.js and Gantt charts via vis.js timeline

2019-09-11 Thread Ste Wilson
Date question... If I have a tiddler with the field start and I put a date in it how in the same tiddler can I pass that value into another field and do a moment in it.. moment({{!!start}}).add(7, days) does not parse in the time line... -- You received this message because you are

[tw5] True Single Tiddler Mode

2019-09-11 Thread Mohammad
If you have problem with zoomin storyview please vote for https://github.com/Jermolene/TiddlyWiki5/pull/3412 I am eagerly waiting for this! I use zoomin story view for Tiddlyshow and some other plugins but it has buggy behavior! Cheers Mohammad -- You received this message because you are

Re: [tw5] Sample (random) filter operation

2019-09-11 Thread Mohammad
Thanks Mark! Yes, in TW actually this is useful when one displays a random tiddler content for example at startup! I have post a question in separate post on this. --Mohammad On Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at 11:01:58 PM UTC+4:30, Mark S. wrote: > > That's all based on Tobias' random filter.

[tw5] Re: Dates, moment.js and Gantt charts via vis.js timeline

2019-09-11 Thread Ste Wilson
If I click through the warnings its just my regular tiddlywiki.. It's being served from my Dropbox which I don't think is hacked.. No clue. -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails

Re: [tw5] random macro, random filter

2019-09-11 Thread Mohammad Rahmani
Matt, Thank you for sharing! It uses JS and non-deterministic! So, it should have the issue Jeremy noted! But based on your previous post, Jeremy and Mario note, also Mark explanation in another post ( https://groups.google.com/d/msg/tiddlywiki/jlBObreG30w/moxP900xBAAJ) Is it possible to make

Re: [tw5] random macro, random filter

2019-09-11 Thread Matthew Lauber
Absolutely. I think we'd just need something that runs once at load, (which I'd need to figure out how to do, then you could do something like [all[tiddlers]shuffle{$:/temp/seed!!startup}] and it'd be deterministic. On Wednesday, September 11, 2019 at 12:35:51 PM UTC-4, Mohammad wrote: > >

Re: [tw5] random macro, random filter

2019-09-11 Thread Mohammad
Yep! That's the point! I would appreciate if you could do this! As noted by others above at the moment there is no good solution to this and yours can solve this issue! By the way I tested some case on your https://mklauber.github.io/tw5-plugins Comparing to other JS solution this is

Re: [tw5] random macro, random filter

2019-09-11 Thread Mohammad
How this work? Seems it is deterministic? <$button> <$action-setfield $tiddler="$:/temp/shuffle/example" $field="state" $value=<>/> Change Order <$list filter="1 2 3 4 5 +[shuffle{$:/temp/shuffle/example!!state}]"> -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google

Re: [tw5] random macro, random filter

2019-09-11 Thread Matthew Lauber
@Mohammad: Mine does not monitor/update due to renders of objects other than it's inputs or body. It's only executed when the list widget itself is rendered. So unless the input to the list changes, or the body of the list itself changes, it won't re render. @Jeremy, where should I put a

Re: [tw5] random macro, random filter

2019-09-11 Thread Matthew Lauber
That is deterministic. The parameter to the shuffle operator is treated as a seed. So the shuffle of the list will generate the same output, as long as the contents of $:/temp/shuffle/example doesn't change. But when it changes, the shuffled order will also change. On Wednesday, September

[tw5] Re: Dates, moment.js and Gantt charts via vis.js timeline

2019-09-11 Thread Ste Wilson
A non toxic version at http://stephenteachertests.tiddlyspot.com/ -- 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 view

[tw5] Re: random macro, random filter

2019-09-11 Thread Matthew Lauber
I have a random[] filter available here: https://mklauber.github.io/tw5-plugins On Wednesday, September 11, 2019 at 3:47:38 AM UTC-4, Mohammad wrote: > > As there is no random filter (I expect to have it with math operators) in > TW core, is it possible using machine clock and TW 5.1.20+ math

Re: [tw5] random macro, random filter

2019-09-11 Thread Matthew Lauber
Indeed, it's here: https://mklauber.github.io/tw5-plugins At the time, I was running into an issue where I couldn't use <> as a param to a filter, so I couldn't make it deterministic and easily based on render time. I'm seeing some interesting ideas here though in Mario's post to create some