[tw] How introduce TW to newbie?

2013-11-26 Thread Mat
A friend expressed interest in TW and I promised to e-mail him some info. I'm always afraid people get overwhelmed when they take look at TW because the whole tiddlyverse has grown so complex. Especially if they're not hackers - which I don't think he is, but then neither am I. He works as a

[tw] Re: How introduce TW to newbie?

2013-11-27 Thread Mat
Thanks for your answers, both very interesting! Funny how such a simple tool can be such a complex tool. :-) On Tuesday, November 26, 2013 10:42:45 PM UTC+1, Mat wrote: A friend expressed interest in TW and I promised to e-mail him some info. I'm always afraid people get overwhelmed when

[tw] [TWC] MTC for slice transclusion - why does this not work?

2013-12-12 Thread Mat
http://mtc-slicetransclusion.tiddlyspace.com/ Trying to transclude slice content, but it only works for slicenames on singleword form, not double words nor [[links]]. The link illustrates the problem. What to do? I tried with WikifyPlugin but this did not solve it. I also tried in TW (ie. non

[tw] [TWC] dead link on tw.com

2013-12-12 Thread Mat
No biggie, but... no elegantie either ;-) http://tiddlywiki.com/#[[Image%20Formatting]] at very bottom there's dead link. -- 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

[tw] Re: [TWC] MTC for slice transclusion - why does this not work?

2013-12-12 Thread Mat
freely, eg: | Item | Quantity | |[[10k ohm ¼ watt resistor]]|2| |[[560 ohm ¼ watt resistor]]|16| Any suggestions what to do, anyone? Thank you! On Thursday, December 12, 2013 10:12:51 PM UTC+1, Mat wrote: http://mtc-slicetransclusion.tiddlyspace.com/ Trying to transclude slice content

[tw] Re: [TWC] MTC for slice transclusion - why does this not work?

2013-12-15 Thread Mat
character, should that not be in TW core then? Again, thank you! :-) On Friday, December 13, 2013 6:55:08 AM UTC+1, Eric Shulman wrote: [editor's note: reply re-posted after editing...] On Thursday, December 12, 2013 5:27:03 PM UTC-8, Mat wrote: I might have found the answer at http

[tw] Re: [TWC] MTC for slice transclusion - why does this not work?

2013-12-15 Thread Mat
[Note: using google groups fancy formatting with { } seems to cause posting problems, at least for this post] Hooray, not only did your help solve the space character problem but your guidance led me to find a solution (albeit not perfect, see below) also for square brackets, thus making my

[tw] Re: CAPS LOCK Links

2013-12-16 Thread Mat
Tobias very interesting Linkify plugin might be what you're asking about: http://tobibeer.tiddlyspace.com/#Linkify It takes a bit of studying to understand it, but it is very cool. IMO it makes even more sense for (personally administered) wikis than the whole CamelCase and bracket idea. If a

Re: [tw] Re: [TW5] How do (should) I start a new line in a Tiddler?

2013-12-17 Thread Mat
Various editors allow you to press Shift+Enter for hard line breaks. I think this would be a nice(-r) solution, if possible. But actually, if I understand it right there is now and for block quotes (btw, I'm always unsure if it's or ) (with resevations for googlegroup messing up this here)

Re: [tw] Re: [TW5] How do (should) I start a new line in a Tiddler?

2013-12-20 Thread Mat
On Wednesday, December 18, 2013 3:28:40 PM UTC+1, PMario wrote: a) There is no difference between the start and the end tag. So what if, you need to nest them You have a point - but is it my lack of imagination or is this relevant to anything else other than block? I'm not sure what nested

[tw] Re: link to external file

2014-01-30 Thread Mat
Of possible use: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/tiddlywiki/Q9Rngedektk/ac8DoqQ0hDgJ http://www.tiddlytools.com/#AttachFilePluginInfo https://addons.mozilla.org/sv-se/firefox/addon/local-filesystem-links/?src=hp-dl-upandcoming :-) On Thursday, January 30, 2014 2:36:02 PM UTC+1, cangaroo

[tw] TWC: Tabs not render until opened?

2014-02-01 Thread Mat
Is it possible to make tabs, such as in the sidebar, not take up loading time until actually opened? I have identified this as one main reason why my cell phone loads so slowly. (Actually for my main TW's I use a MainMenu consisting of a fET rendering a TreeView

[tw] [TWC] Challenge: the ULTIMATE main menu

2014-02-01 Thread Mat
IMO the current menu solutions contain too many compromises and are too static. This is a bit surprising considering how flexible TW is. Yes, Morris Gray did us a favor with the great TreeViewhttp://treeview.tiddlyspot.com/plugin (or the variant http://twt-blackicity.tiddlyspot.com/index.html

[tw] Re: TiddlyWiki Classic Clinic Rebbot and February Pledge Drive - ALL WEEK!

2014-02-19 Thread Mat
I'm probably doing something wrong, but there doesn't seem to be anybody in that group? I do see Erics avatar (or whatever it's called in google chat) but it does not seem active.. :-) On Wednesday, February 19, 2014 9:54:59 PM UTC+1, Eric Shulman wrote: TiddlyWiki Clinic Hangout for

[tw] Erics Classic Clinic!

2014-02-20 Thread Mat
So Erics session yesterday, as part of his incredible Classic Clinic weekhttps://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups#!topic/tiddlywiki/JEVjFzmQhLk, turned out to be with just me and Eric! Incredible - sitting for, was it 2 or 3 hours?, picking the brain of one of the TW giants and just talking

[tw] Re: What happened to TiddlyDocs?

2014-02-26 Thread Mat
TiddlyDocs is in deed a really cool thing. Here http://tiddlyspace.com/bags/osmosoft_public/tiddlers/TiddlyDocs are some clips on TiddlyDocs from the originators, Simon McManus and Michael Mahemoff. The latest related go is VanillaTiddlyDocshttp://vanillatiddlydocs.tiddlyspot.com/, i.e an

[tw] [5] Questins from very first baby steps with Filters.

2014-03-02 Thread Mat
First baby steps with TW5 filtershttp://tiddlywiki.com/static/TiddlerFilters.html. I'd really appreciate if someone can comment on the following: Here's a direct copy-paste of some table in tiddler TiddlerFilsters. To my surprise it kept the two colum structure when pasting in this post. I

[tw] Re: Application that writes a TiddlyWiki

2014-03-03 Thread Mat
As you will see in a second, I am definitely not a programmer so, FWIW: I recall that a fast way to search things is with a hash table. This can be genereated in advance and need only be generated once, into a static list, I think. Then TW instead of documents manages hash values (...not sure

[tw] Re: (TWC) how to get fET-output in cloumns?

2014-03-10 Thread Mat
Maybe this is of value: http://tiddlywiki.abego-software.de/#[[%27Pagewise%27%20list%20all%20Tiddlers%20%2810%20Tiddlers%20per%20page%2C%20with%20page%20up%2Fdown%20buttons%29]] That fET does not have to be in the page turning format, but instead you can have it present the results in a column

Re: [tw] [5] Questins from very first baby steps with Filters.

2014-03-10 Thread Mat
. (NOTE to anyone reading this: THE LINK IS TO JEREMYS GITHUB CODE AND IT IS OBVIOUSLY NOT PUBLISHED/OFFICIAL YET.) Again, thank you Stephan and Jeremy! :-) On Monday, March 10, 2014 7:26:51 PM UTC+1, Jeremy Ruston wrote: Hi Mat Sorry for the late reply. On Sun, Mar 2, 2014 at 10:12 PM

[tw] Re: TiddlyWiki Hangout #40 on Tuesday 25th March at 4pm GMT

2014-03-24 Thread Mat
On Saturday, March 22, 2014 2:14:40 PM UTC+1, Jeremy Ruston wrote: TiddlyWiki Hangout #40 will be on Tuesday 25th March at 4pm GMT: https://plus.google.com/events/ci8johmghraligoo1ohqkh4sj9o If you've any questions or comments you'd like to see addressed in the hangout, please click the QA

[tw] Re: Leaving TiddlyWiki for good, and moving to OneNote

2014-04-01 Thread Mat
HAHA - you b*stard! I read the line thinking oh, sad and then I saw the name next to it and WHAT!? Of all people!!! On Tuesday, April 1, 2014 9:31:36 PM UTC+2, David Gifford wrote: April Fools... -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups TiddlyWiki

[tw] Re: Tiddlywiki Node.js npm installation

2014-04-14 Thread Mat
maybe this guide for complete tw-node.js newbies helps http://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/118970/wiki/tw5tribalknowledge.html :-) On Monday, April 14, 2014 7:22:54 PM UTC+2, deng@gmail.com wrote: Hi Team- I am new to the Tiddlywiki. I installed the Tiddlywiki using npm install and was

[tw] [TW5] Some silly nodejs tw5 startup problem, please help

2014-07-08 Thread Mat
Hm, feeling a bit silly here but I'm doing something wrong trying to start up a fresh tw5 nodejs version. I get it started but I only see what appears to be the right hand menu column, no 'river' column at all. I've tried to attach an image to this post, hope you can see it. What am I doing

[tw] Re: [TW5] Some silly nodejs tw5 startup problem, please help

2014-07-08 Thread Mat
%20Node.js:%5B%5BInstalling%20TiddlyWiki%20on%20Node.js%5D%5D : 1. tiddlywiki mynewwiki --init server to create a folder for a new wiki that includes server-related components On Tuesday, July 8, 2014 2:22:03 PM UTC+2, Mat wrote: Hm, feeling a bit silly here but I'm doing something wrong

[tw] [TW5] Best practice to keep content separated from system?

2014-07-09 Thread Mat
How can I set up a TW5 so that everything but the actual content is public? I believe this could be beneficial for many people, particularly newbies, because it would make it easy to ask technical questions by referring directly to the TW. What happened with my major TWC's is that they

[tw] [TW5] How do I create a theme?

2014-07-09 Thread Mat
Not 100% sure a theme is the correct word, but I want a setup that I can apply to any new TW5 I create. It should include a pagetemplate with that has both the regular right sidebar but also a left side and where the display of both can be controlled individually (ie both shown at same time,

[tw] Re: [TW5] How do I create a theme?

2014-07-09 Thread Mat
Oh, I should add; for the node.js version... if that affects it. Thank you again. :-) On Wednesday, July 9, 2014 6:16:16 PM UTC+2, Mat wrote: Not 100% sure a theme is the correct word, but I want a setup that I can apply to any new TW5 I create. It should include a pagetemplate

[tw] [TW5] Nesting in shadowtids?

2014-07-10 Thread Mat
My overall question is how to be able to manipulate shadow tiddlers and still have them upgrade easily. Both keeping and eating the cake, in deed. Is the following possible: In TWC (and maybe also TW5, I haven't explored yet) you can nest stylesheets. I.e you simply add links to other

[tw] Autoadding images!

2013-02-14 Thread Mat
An concept idea to make adding pictures a lot easier.. if it works. I've described it (and other stuff) on my not-quite-launched TidBits spacehttp://tidbits.tiddlyspace.com/#[[Autoadd%20pictures%20to%20tiddlers]], but here's a copy: Inserting of images in TW is typically a very manual task,

[tw] Re: Autoadding images!

2013-02-14 Thread Mat
Thanks for your reply Eric! It seems to me that, except for your specific, narrowly-defined use case, most people will still use the common/manual method of embedding images. You're right, people will still need the common/manual methods. But I think my quick'n dirtyproposal actually

[tw] Re: Autoadding images!

2013-02-14 Thread Mat
Again, thank you. I think That last row should not be there. I'm grateful, for sure :-) -- 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] Macrofy [img[]] ?

2013-02-15 Thread Mat
In ViewTemplate, I hope to include something along the lines of: div class='viewer'[img[pathtoimage]]/div so to show an image in every tid. The above does not work though, but can I macrofy the [img[..]] command and then do something like div macro=img pathtoimage'' or perhaps div

[tw] Re: gtd-tiddlywiki Google Group gone?

2013-02-15 Thread Mat
Highly disturbing. And particularly annoying that it's not possible to contact google (as far as I know. There should be a google group on google groups.) Just what would happen if *this *group suddenly disappears? (If I only knew how to code, I'd make a group discussion plugin and implement

[tw] Re: Macrofy [img[]] ?

2013-02-15 Thread Mat
Ah, brilliant! Thank you Tobias!!! On Friday, February 15, 2013 6:51:37 PM UTC+1, Tobias Beer wrote: Well, the ViewTemplate is html... so, why not use HTML then? http://www.w3schools.com/tags/tag_img.asp Cheers, Tobias. -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google

[tw] Re: Autoadding images!

2013-02-15 Thread Mat
Thanks for your reply Tobias! Yes, something like blog posts could benefit from this. Often fixed layouts. But are you saying it should be limited to merely *one *iconic image recurring on different tiddlers? I'm thinking more of something to easily include tiddler specific images. From my

[tw] Re: Help me make separate tiddlers with page break in pip-ii theme

2013-02-15 Thread Mat
Try putting one of these at a time into StyleSheet #tiddler { margin-bottom: 3em;} #tiddler { padding-bottom: 3em;} (I get those mixed up so just try one at a time) :-) On Saturday, February 9, 2013 3:13:09 AM UTC+1, Arc Acorn wrote: Going the super simple route, If you toss something like

[tw] Not TW but really cool layout

2013-02-26 Thread Mat
Not TW, but some food for thought (food for theme?). I thought this design was really cool and intuitive and imagine it would work in TW (particularly after seeing Mr.Rustons (his?) layout features for TW5). http://daniel-libeskind.com/ A filter in the top field/menu and, below it, a

[tw] Re: @Osmosoft ethical brigades

2013-03-10 Thread Mat
Hi Tobias. Thanks for your always valuable points. I've adjusted a few things according now but I'm not confident with all of them so I've added you as a member to improve as you see fit. From my perspective, all that a *plugin space* should hold is a brief *SiteInfo *that explains what the

[tw] Re: UPDATE: LinkifyPlugin v.1.0.4

2013-03-11 Thread Mat
A personal THANK YOU to Tobias for this intriguing plugin, and a public recommendation to try this out. It is likely not suitable for any application of a TW but I find it particularly suitable for one of my main TW's ie my major notebook. As I've noted before, IMO this is really what

[tw] TiddlySaver - one for all?

2013-03-11 Thread Mat
tiddlysaver.jar file; If I keep multiple TW's in one folder it seems to be enough with one tiddlysaver file, correct? Or is it TW-file specific and reusing it for many messes anything up? When updating TW version, is is necessary to also update tiddlysaver? Thank you :-) -- You received

[tw] TW5 for exploration... @Jeremy

2013-03-11 Thread Mat
In another post Jeremy wrote: If you're curious, TiddlyWiki5 is at a good point for exploration, with most of the major functionality now present. Without the timeline it is difficult to know what's new or updated there. It does look nicer without a timeline, but Is there a way view it

[tw] Re: New: SharedTiddlersPlugin (evolution of IncludePlugin)

2013-03-11 Thread Mat
On Sunday, December 16, 2012 1:00:45 AM UTC+1, Yakov wrote: Almost forgot. Unfortunately, recent versions of FireFox cut the including abilities of TiddlyWiki as well, while TiddlyFox solves only saving issues, so with FF 17+ you probably wouldn't be able to use this plugin unless Jeremy

[tw] Re: New: SharedTiddlersPlugin (evolution of IncludePlugin)

2013-03-11 Thread Mat
...and I forgot to express my gratitude for creating this! I've longed for this a very long time!! Thank you Yakov! On Monday, March 11, 2013 2:41:29 PM UTC+1, Mat wrote: On Sunday, December 16, 2012 1:00:45 AM UTC+1, Yakov wrote: Almost forgot. Unfortunately, recent versions of FireFox cut

[tw] Re: TiddlySaver - one for all?

2013-03-11 Thread Mat
Thanx On Monday, March 11, 2013 3:09:16 PM UTC+1, PMario wrote: One tiddlysaver.jar is enough. I would update tiddlysaver.jar with the TW. I think there have been some changes for version 2.6.6 -m -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups

[tw] Re: Center a table in a tiddler

2013-03-12 Thread Mat
Yes, I'm pretty sure you can use the center command in htmlhttp://www.netstrider.com/tutorials/HTMLRef/commands/center.html- which I suspect requires tiddlytools htmlformattingplugin http://tiddlytools.com/#HTMLFormattingPlugin. :-) On Tuesday, March 12, 2013 8:20:48 AM UTC+1, Aaron Schutte

Re: [tw] TW5 for exploration... @Jeremy

2013-03-12 Thread Mat
Thanx for reply. Your feedback is very useful as I start thinking about end user issues. Ok, here are a few thoughts starting out with... Current status: * I downloaded empty and launched. Is it supposed to show a gray page with only buttons [New] and [Save] and a This wiki is not encrypted

Re: [tw] TW5 for exploration... @Jeremy

2013-03-12 Thread Mat
Thanx for reply. Your feedback is very useful as I start thinking about end user issues. Ok, here are a few thoughts starting out with... Using Win7, FF19 Current status: * I downloaded empty and launched. Is it supposed to show a gray page with only buttons [New] and [Save] and a This wiki

[tw] Possible to make RSS reader?

2013-03-14 Thread Mat
With Google Reader sadly shutting downhttp://googleblog.blogspot.de/2013/03/a-second-spring-of-cleaning.htmlsoon, I'm wondering if it is possible (read: simple) to use TW instead? I've seen stuff on RSS and feeds but always thought of that as too advanced for me so I'm wondering if there

Re: [tw] How to create autolink instead of using CamelText (WikiWord)?

2013-03-14 Thread Mat
Yes, LinkifyPlugin does exactly that along with some fine tuning options etc. I know of no other alternative. I find this concept very exciting and frankly more natural than the arbitrary CamelCase idea. :-) On Thursday, March 14, 2013 5:33:57 PM UTC+1, Albert Riedinger wrote: Hi! Tobias

[tw] Re: TiddlyWiki5 introductory screencast

2013-03-24 Thread Mat
Could you elaborate a bit more on the target audience and the purpose for the video? Thanks :-) On Saturday, March 23, 2013 8:17:38 PM UTC+1, Jeremy Ruston wrote: I've made a screencast introducing TiddlyWiki5 and showing how to use it: http://vimeo.com/62508140 I'd appreciate any

[tw] Re: Multiple tag filtering

2013-03-26 Thread Mat
Check out http://www.tiddlytools.com/#MatchTagsPlugin I think it is also possible to use core commands for complex filters but I'm uncertain of the syntax. Also, in case it's tiddlyspce you're using I think there are yet further filters available. In the growing tw.org

[tw] slice containing ]] interferes with tiddler [[...]]

2013-03-26 Thread Mat
Tiddler, say AAA, containing slice: |slice|[[alias|some tiddler name]]| trying to apply tiddler macro: tiddler [[AAA::slice]] ...but this doesn't work. I'm guessing the ]] in the slice value interferes with the tiddler macro. (Or maybe it's the | pipe ?) As far as I undertstand this means

Re: [tw] Re: TiddlyWiki5 introductory screencast

2013-03-26 Thread Mat
On Sunday, March 24, 2013 2:43:46 PM UTC+1, Jeremy Ruston wrote: My intention was to target ordinary web users who may be interested in exploring TiddlyWiki, and the purpose is to encourage them to try it out. Yup, agree with the compliments here; nice clip and TW5 looks beautiful! Given

[tw] Re: slice containing ]] interferes with tiddler [[...]]

2013-03-26 Thread Mat
with regards to what are table rows and some italics and text bold type. (...hm, are nitpicks of that calibre worth bringing up? And somehow I sense this will not reach psd...) On Tuesday, March 26, 2013 7:22:56 PM UTC+1, Tobias Beer wrote: Hi Mat, Oh, who would have thought? That shouldn't

[tw] Re: Autoadding images!

2013-03-30 Thread Mat
Returning a bit late here. Anyway; @anyone merely putting in img src=http://... width=x height=y into ViewTemplate works. How can I make the src contain a generic reference to the current tiddler title? @Tobias - your plugin looks interesting but frustratingly I'm not skilled enough to

[tw] Re: Autoadding images!

2013-04-02 Thread Mat
; max-width: auto; //html and ViewTemplate div class='someclass' macro='tiddler SomeTiddler with: {{tiddler.title}}'/div Cheers Måns Mårtensson On 31 Mar., 00:15, Mat matiasg...@gmail.com wrote: Returning a bit late here. Anyway; @anyone merely putting in img src=http

[tw] Re: Autoadding images!

2013-04-02 Thread Mat
Great!! Thanks Måns! :-D I'm guessing it is the {{tiddler.title}} that is an evaluated parameter (i.e for anything in tspace using {{..}} one needs that config.evaluateMacroParameters = full; - correct?) :-) On Tuesday, April 2, 2013 7:53:15 PM UTC+2, Måns wrote: Hi Mat When you are using

[tw] cintanotes (@Jeremy)

2013-04-07 Thread Mat
Possibly old hat for some, but if you don't know about cintanotes http://cintanotes.com/it's worth checking out. @Jeremy - maybe something can serve as inspiration for TW5? I have found myself using this parallel with TW because it is so darn easy to add notes to it plus it really has a

Re: [tw] cintanotes (@Jeremy)

2013-04-10 Thread Mat
On Tuesday, April 9, 2013 9:47:14 AM UTC+2, Jeremy Ruston wrote: ...To make a note, you'd select text or image(s) in a webpage, and then use a keyboard shortcut May I humbly suggest a default setting (as in cintanotes) or at least an option so that select+keyboardshortcut can immediately

[tw] Drawing in tiddlers?

2013-04-25 Thread Mat
Is there a drawing plugin or similar for classic TW? And ideally one that would also work in TSpace? I know there will be one in TW5 :-) Thanx :-) P.S Some ramblings on this and stuff on TidBitshttp://tidbits.tiddlyspace.com/#[[Unquestioned%20limitations]] ... -- You received this message

[tw] Cool frames (images) around tiddlers, how?

2013-04-26 Thread Mat
Many sites (examplehttp://www.instructables.com/id/Arduino-Home-automation/?ALLSTEPS) have nice, automatically added, frames around pictures. What would you suggest is the best way to do this for a tiddlers? I'm considering the following issues: Tiddlers can be different size, not just heigt

[tw] Re: Cool frames (images) around tiddlers, how?

2013-04-30 Thread Mat
. :-) On Saturday, April 27, 2013 4:23:42 PM UTC+2, Tobias Beer wrote: Hi Mat, It all depends on the complexity of the frame or border that you want to achieve. In general, I recommend to define a minimum width or height — who needs a 5 px wide content box? Maybe something like this will help you get

[tw] tiddler with: transcludethis

2013-05-08 Thread Mat
Strangely I can't find this in the archives: tiddler SomeTiddler with: [[AnotherTiddler##somevalue]] ...how do I get the argument for with: to evaluate (transclude?) first ie to access the actual value under somevalue? Thank you! -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the

[tw] Re: tiddler with: transcludethis

2013-05-08 Thread Mat
, 2013 2:31:47 PM UTC+2, Mat wrote: Strangely I can't find this in the archives: tiddler SomeTiddler with: [[AnotherTiddler##somevalue]] ...how do I get the argument for with: to evaluate (transclude?) first ie to access the actual value under somevalue? Thank you! -- You received

[tw] Re: Cleaning up tags

2013-05-11 Thread Mat
I believe it is generally strongly preferred by plugin devleopers that you keep the tags, and plugins, intact - at least if you keep the name of the plugin - because otherwise different variants of the same plugin can start spreading. Other than that, I don't know of a plugin that does what

[tw] Re: Using transclusions in Tiddlyspace

2013-05-11 Thread Mat
This question is probably more suited at the tiddlyspace google group (but I think it is ok here also ;-) Some plugins, including transclusions, require that you put the following into a zzConfig tiddler, tagged systemConfig: config.evaluateMacroParameters = full; That might solve it. The

[tw] Some further TW5 thoughts/opinions

2013-05-13 Thread Mat
In addition to some previously expressed thoughtshttps://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups=#!searchin/tiddlywiki/TW5$20Mat/tiddlywiki/0nmhoDZvIG0/wC0RsY87fbEJof mine, here are a few more: * Avoid all dead links in empty file. * tag systemConfig ought to be renamed into something less scary

[tw] Optional multiple tag fields (@Jeremy)

2013-05-17 Thread Mat
In a prevous threadhttps://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups#!topic/tiddlywiki/MaPEEqtavoE, I proposed the idea with optional multiple tag fields for TW5 and Jeremy answered: Interesting. It sounds as though you are envisaging multiple fields on a tiddler each with the behaviour of the

Re: [tw] Optional multiple tag fields (@Jeremy)

2013-05-17 Thread Mat
Eric, thanks for your thoughtful reply. Tagglytagging and treeview - I love them both and do use them extensively. They are key 'features' in most of my TW's. And I fully agree with your starting comment that human beings organize things [not tags] and that my proposal would (optionally) force

[tw] TW Logo

2013-05-20 Thread Mat
Some sketches for a logo on tidbits spacehttp://tidbits.tiddlyspace.com/#[[TW%20logo]] . So far, it's the best we've got as far as I know (nudge, nudge - challenge, challenge) :-) -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups TiddlyWiki group. To unsubscribe

[tw] Re: TW Logo

2013-05-21 Thread Mat
, May 21, 2013 2:03:04 AM UTC+2, Eric Shulman wrote: On May 20, 3:08 pm, Mat matiasg...@gmail.com wrote: Some sketches for a logo on tidbits space http://tidbits.tiddlyspace.com/#[[TW%20logo]] . So far, it's the best we've got as far as I know (nudge, nudge - challenge, challenge

[tw] Something like core macro tagChooser but for specific tag instead of all tags?

2013-05-27 Thread Mat
Core macro tagChooser presents (if I understand it right) a list with *all *tags, except for thos tagged with some certain tag (eg. excludeLists) and if you click on a tag it gets included in the tags field when in edit mode. I hope it - or some other macro/plugin - can do this but instead of

[tw] Re: Something like core macro tagChooser but for specific tag instead of all tags?

2013-05-27 Thread Mat
Thank you but I was vague in my request: I wish for it to be possible to use in edit mode (tagChooser can only be used there if I understand correctly). I did consider the excellent TagSearch but remembered from earlier tests that it did not work in edit mode. But your post made me test it

[tw] Re: Announcing TiddlyWiki version 2.8.0 BETA 1

2013-06-02 Thread Mat
Stating the obvious here, but: Eric your work is fantastic A little question. It readys *to save it, without requiring any special security permissions or browser add-ons. *- does this refer to what tiddlyfox does, ie is tiddlyfox obsolete for this edition? Thank you* :-) * On Sunday,

[tw] Re: Announcing TiddlyWiki version 2.8.0 BETA 1

2013-06-02 Thread Mat
(@Eric possible bug reported below) Thanx both to pmario and Eric for replying to my question on if tiddlyfox was still necessary! HTML5 download also lets you save local copies of TWs directly from an online source, without first downloading the file! ... Try this: ... Ha! That was fun! 1)

[tw] Re: Announcing TiddlyWiki version 2.8.0 BETA 1

2013-06-02 Thread Mat
Sorry, the above concerns 2.8.0 full release. :-) On Monday, June 3, 2013 1:14:55 AM UTC+2, Mat wrote: (@Eric possible bug reported below) Thanx both to pmario and Eric for replying to my question on if tiddlyfox was still necessary! HTML5 download also lets you save local copies of TWs

[tw] @ search plugin developers

2013-06-02 Thread Mat
Checking out a clip on note taking software Notational Velocity herehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKShuvEOiqA, they demo a feature about 1:00 into it that I think would be really cool for the various search plugins we've got: There is the automatic suggestion as you type letter-by-letter, but

[tw] Re: Tiddly Backpack

2013-06-04 Thread Mat
On Tuesday, June 4, 2013 8:26:01 AM UTC+2, cflow wrote: I would love to look at the project if its available anywhere for download? Via special trickery: http://web.archive.org/web/20120902194622/http://tiddlybackpack.com/? step back in time there to sept 2, 2012 :-) -- You received

[tw] Re: Can't import local TiddlyWiki file to Tiddlyspot.com

2013-06-05 Thread Mat
[Argh - my post disappeared] Briefly: I use FFlatest without problems. I don't know why it works but here are some factors that might be the reason: 1) Use TiddlyFox 2) Create a tiddler with the following (but exchange YOURNAME for the name of your tiddlyspot site). Notice that the weird dots

[tw] Re: Tiddly Backpack

2013-06-05 Thread Mat
, courier, serif; margin: 0.9em 0; padding: 8px; overflow: auto; } On Wednesday, June 5, 2013 9:11:18 AM UTC+10, cflow wrote: Thanks Mat! You sir, are a wizard! No flux capacitor needed :) On Wednesday, June 5, 2013 4:46:30 AM UTC+10, Mat wrote: On Tuesday, June 4, 2013 8:26:01 AM

[tw] Conditional transclusion of text?

2013-06-11 Thread Mat
Via a forEeach I get: *tiddlerA ** contentA *tiddlerB **contentB etc The second level bullets are from a simple tiddler tiddler.title inside the fET. However, sometimes there is no content resulting in empty second-levels. How can I prevent this (inside the fET)? For example, can I put a

[tw] Re: Conditional transclusion of text?

2013-06-12 Thread Mat
possible using with: and sending in bullets and newline as parameters...? ...or if there's any better solution all together (hopefullystill with the fET tho as it in actual application it contains more.) Thoughts? :-) On Tuesday, June 11, 2013 11:34:16 AM UTC+2, Mat wrote: Via a forEeach I get

[tw] Re: plugin repository revived

2013-06-13 Thread Mat
one of the intended key features for the Community spacehttp://community.tiddlyspace.com/ . maybe, but not obvious ... what #Section of Community space are you talking about ? Well, no section but it is part of the over all purpose as mentioned in the default tiddler (Home). :-) --

[tw] Re: Can't import local TiddlyWiki file to Tiddlyspot.com

2013-06-17 Thread Mat
and they quickly released a 7.x version which I'm sure I installed. There have been a few minor updates since, I believe. :-( On Wednesday, June 5, 2013 7:57:52 PM UTC+2, Mat wrote: [Argh - my post disappeared] Briefly: I use FFlatest without problems. I don't know why it works but here are some

[tw] Re: Can't import local TiddlyWiki file to Tiddlyspot.com

2013-06-18 Thread Mat
, June 18, 2013 12:49:53 AM UTC+2, Mat wrote: . (So - is local java necessary for TW and/or tiddlyspot?) Ok, so re-installed java. Unfortunately it still does ot work. With FF java is _not_ needed, nor is it used for saving. Saving is done with TiddlyFox, if installed. If TiddlyFox

[tw] format tiddler macro output?

2013-06-18 Thread Mat
I'm hoping for some way, be it via tiddler macro or not, to transclude the text from a tiddler on the wikified format **text\n ...but if there is no text, then (or nothing?) should be returned. Thanx :-) -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups

[tw] Re: How to get tiddler macro to refer to itself and/or section within current tiddler?

2013-06-18 Thread Mat
Bump. And while I'm asking, I would also like to know what attribute(s) to use to retrieve tags, fields, section contents, and tiddler text. tiddler macro on tw.org http://tiddlywiki.org/#tiddler may give some clues on this. :-) -- You received this message because you are subscribed to

[tw] Re: format tiddler macro output?

2013-06-19 Thread Mat
with the text you want to bullet and '**' is the type of bullet to apply. Have fun, Mark On Tuesday, June 18, 2013 4:12:35 AM UTC-8, Mat wrote: I'm hoping for some way, be it via tiddler macro or not, to transclude the text from a tiddler on the wikified format **text\n

[tw] Re: sync between laptop and tablet?

2013-06-19 Thread Mat
If you use Google Drive desktop app, ie. not via browser, or I guess you can use the tw straight off. This way you can reach it from all your devices. I just started using DropBox that gives you a regular windows-looking folder on - I think - any computer. When you use it this way, you can

[tw] Auto switch theme per device type?

2013-06-25 Thread Mat
Is there a way to make TW sense/detect what type of device it's on? What I'm hoping for is to use hideWhen to hide sidebars if it's via mobile device. Thank you! :-) -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups TiddlyWiki group. To unsubscribe from this group

[tw] Tables with tab space instead of pipe?

2013-07-21 Thread Mat
This idea for tables feels so simple that I'm probably missing something obvious, so FWIW: Instead of - or at least optionally to - using pipe (|) as the separator, how about using tab space? This way you can make a frameless table in edit mode which is converted to regular framed cells table

[tw] Re: Tables with tab space instead of pipe?

2013-07-21 Thread Mat
be to have tab move between fields - or rather, from title, to tags, to text (it currently moves from title to text) - and then behave like tab character. Do you know if this is possible? :-) On Monday, July 22, 2013 1:01:06 AM UTC+2, PMario wrote: Hi Mat, I think having tabs and spaces as table

Re: [tw] Re: Tables with tab space instead of pipe?

2013-07-22 Thread Mat
may be worth considering as an option. :-) On Mon, Jul 22, 2013 at 12:21 AM, Mat matia...@gmail.com javascript:wrote: Thanks for your reply PMario. First off, when I wrote tab space I mean only pressing the tab button (I was trying to avoid confusion from the double meaning of tab but I guess

[tw] Re: Some further TW5 thoughts/opinions

2013-07-23 Thread Mat
into autmatically including, say ° at the end of empty tiddler links: *ExistingButNoContent*° - the aim is something that is invisible enough so that you only see it when looking for it. :-) On Monday, May 13, 2013 11:27:35 AM UTC+2, Mat wrote: In addition to some previously expressed

SequencedActionsPlugin

2009-01-13 Thread Mat
My goodness! I just found this, and I'm very happy I did! Thank you Carsten Dropdown; Lewcid has http://tw.lewcid.org/#TaggerPluginDocumentation ...for dropdown lists with checkboxes for each item, for setting tags. Maybe this can be used? /Mat On 13 Jan, 07:53, Stephanie Smith quarterd

Re: Waiting actions

2009-01-13 Thread Mat
I like the idea of a drop down List. The TaggerPlugin suggested by Mat may help. But i think that the list of tags should be filtered somehow. E.g. only Tags that are used together with Action- or Tickler-Tags should be displayed. Maybe I misunderstand, but for actions it should be enough

Item 'layout'

2009-01-20 Thread Mat
days ago (created 2 days ago) to a newline too. Thank you /Mat On 13 Jan, 03:09, Simon Baird simon.ba...@gmail.com wrote: It's there to give you quick access to a list of like things. Eg, you can jump from one project to another. Also so you can see what type of thing you're looking

Re: Don't get an alert for ticklers requiring action

2009-01-22 Thread Mat
into it? /Mat On 22 Jan, 13:44, ckotte christian.ko...@gmx.de wrote: I can only see *tickerls* and nothing else happens. No flashing. That's how I often miss important ticklers. On Jan 22, 11:56 am, Mat matiasg...@gmail.com wrote: I'm probably stating the obvious; but you must click on that flashing

Quick adding a tickler - not even possible in the demo(!)

2009-01-22 Thread Mat
Maybe it is already known, but the quick add + tickler does not work. Also not in the demo http://monkeygtd.tiddlyspot.com/demo3.html nor in http://monkeygtd.tiddlyspot.com/empty3.html ... --~--~-~--~~~---~--~~ You received this message because you are subscribed

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