[tw5] Re: Preview: keyboard driven draggable bullets

2020-05-27 Thread OGNSYA
Good work! That video is very *exciting*. TW is amazing, but I'm really put off by the friction in creating/editing tiddlers (and dealing with transclusions). In your demo not only you have direct editing (with formatting), but you also seem to have live transclusion. In other words, it's not

[tw5] Re: Preview: keyboard driven draggable bullets

2020-05-28 Thread OGNSYA
Thomas: Thanks for that! Yes I'm aware of that group. For now I'm focusing on figuring out a good flow and functionality (which is still lacking, at least to me personally). The features shown in the demos in the thread seem very promising in that sense! -- You received this message because

[tw5] Re: Obsidian - Roam competitor

2020-05-28 Thread OGNSYA
Diego: Fully agree. Keep TW as it is - highly customizable. But allow casual users to get a much more straightforward out-of-the-box experience. About Obsidian: Seems interesting. But one thing that I really can't get behind is the edit window separate from the preview one. I know it's very

[tw5] Re: Preview: keyboard driven draggable bullets

2020-05-30 Thread OGNSYA
SizzlinSJ: Orgzly looks interesting. Didn't know about it. I missed these two things: - Ability to edit an item directly (tap, type), instead of needing to open the item (tap, type, close) - Ability to drag items around, re-nest etc. On Saturday, May 30, 2020 at 12:07:34 PM UTC+1, SizzlinSJ

[tw5] Re: Preview: keyboard driven draggable bullets

2020-05-30 Thread OGNSYA
which is related to that, but seems to feature the behaviours I mentioned (direct editing/dragging) plus some other promising stuff (transclusions as portals? - not sure yet). On Saturday, May 30, 2020 at 3:53:53 PM UTC+1, SizzlinSJ wrote: > > OGNSYA, > > >> - Ability to ed

[tw5] Re: Preview: keyboard driven draggable bullets

2020-05-31 Thread OGNSYA
I'm quite new to TW, but I have been thinking about a few things to suggest regarding flow (I've been doing some mock-ups). One of these suggestions is to have tiddlers be identified by "name" (essentially a unique identifier), instead of by Title. The idea that a user is forced to give a

[tw5] Re: Preview: keyboard driven draggable bullets

2020-05-30 Thread OGNSYA
That's impressive! It works great. I'd love to have this be my main mode of interaction with TW. I did notice the text shifts a bit once clicked (which I don't think happens in bimlas' demo video). I wonder if this could be avoided by using a wysiwyg editor (since then the text wouldn't

[tw5] Re: WYSIWYG editor for TW5

2020-07-07 Thread OGNSYA
t;> >> @Saq Thanks! I'll check it out! >> >> On Saturday, June 27, 2020 at 10:31:17 PM UTC+1 saq.i...@gmail.com wrote: >> >>> @ognsya you might save yourself some work by adapting the editing >>> technique from: >>> >>> https://groups.go

[tw5] Filter by Custom Field containing Tiddler name with spaces in it?

2020-06-15 Thread OGNSYA
I'm trying to filter a list by my own custom field "Status", which is a list of tiddler names, but it only works if the value has no space in it. Here's my code (the tag part works fine): [!is[system]tag[My Tag]status[My Status]] If I remove the space from the "My Status" tiddler, and change

[tw5] Re: Preview: keyboard driven draggable bullets

2020-06-17 Thread OGNSYA
For 1: ESC should work to cancel focus on a node. Did you try it in the demo site? On Tuesday, June 16, 2020 at 6:07:04 PM UTC+1, Glenn McLelland wrote: > > Love this new plugin, great job Saq! > > Few suggestions/questions: > > 1. Would it be

[tw5] Re: Filter by Custom Field containing Tiddler name with spaces in it?

2020-06-17 Thread OGNSYA
where a field is within a certain numerical range). On Tuesday, June 16, 2020 at 4:47:58 PM UTC+1, OGNSYA wrote: > > That works, thanks! > > Could it be all done within the filter? > I want to use it as a filter for a TiddlyTables table. I think I can only > configure a filter

[tw5] Re: Filter by Custom Field containing Tiddler name with spaces in it?

2020-06-17 Thread OGNSYA
The range is quite limited indeed (0-10, whole), so adding this to my filter works: +[importance[5]] [importance[6]] [importance[7]] [importance[8]] [importance [9]] [importance[10]] It just feels very messy. Also, I'll probably want to do more complex comparisons in the future... On

[tw5] Re: What is TiddlyWiki's demographic, both current and intended?

2020-06-18 Thread OGNSYA
visualize them better. On Wednesday, June 17, 2020 at 5:44:03 PM UTC+1, OGNSYA wrote: > > I'm curious to know what type of people uses TiddlyWiki currently, and > what type of people the project wants to reach? > > I believe that discussing this might help inform many of the conver

[tw5] Re: Filter by Custom Field containing Tiddler name with spaces in it?

2020-06-17 Thread OGNSYA
Thanks @saq I just realized we sent almost the same thing at the same time :) On Wednesday, June 17, 2020 at 12:40:32 PM UTC+1, Saq Imtiaz wrote: > > If importance is in the range 0-10 and whole numbers only, the following > will do what you want though it is not very elegant: > >

[tw5] What is TiddlyWiki's demographic, both current and intended?

2020-06-17 Thread OGNSYA
I'm curious to know what type of people uses TiddlyWiki currently, and what type of people the project wants to reach? I believe that discussing this might help inform many of the conversations that have been going on, such as the Getting Started page, and the UI/workflow redesign. In case

[tw5] Re: Improvements to "GettingStarted"

2020-06-17 Thread OGNSYA
I started this discussion, which I think would be helpful to figure out who is TW's audience (current and potential). https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/tiddlywiki/X3op3S7apYk That could then inform the UX for newcomers On Sunday, June 14, 2020 at 12:01:46 PM UTC+1, Jeremy Ruston wrote: >

[tw5] Re: Tiddly Desktop bug

2020-06-17 Thread OGNSYA
I got the same thing a few times before. The way I've been avoiding it is to never try to open TD by double-clicking the icon on the tray; Always right-click and select Wiki List In mine I could remove that bugged out instance just by clicking Remove... On Wednesday, June 17, 2020 at 3:39:00

[tw5] Re: "You have unsaved changes..." - where?

2020-06-22 Thread OGNSYA
Cool! Good to know. Yeah the save icon was red. I think it happened due to how the Stream plugin works (it allows editing a tiddler in View mode, then just closing it - the changes are applied, but for some reason TW still needs a Save) On Monday, June 22, 2020 at 6:11:10 PM UTC+1, OGNSYA

[tw5] Re: [preview] UI tweaks and doodads

2020-06-21 Thread OGNSYA
Nice! That does look much slicker than the default editing experience in TW. Is the title field also directly editable? This is one thing I miss in TW - to have more flexibility in editing the title of a tiddler. I understand that this is due to the role Title has as a tiddler's unique

[tw5] Re: What is TiddlyWiki's demographic, both current and intended?

2020-06-21 Thread OGNSYA
ity (and newcomers) better understand what TW is (and wants to be) all about. On Wednesday, June 17, 2020 at 5:44:03 PM UTC+1, OGNSYA wrote: > > I'm curious to know what type of people uses TiddlyWiki currently, and > what type of people the project wants to reach? > > I belie

[tw5] Re: What is TiddlyWiki's demographic, both current and intended?

2020-06-23 Thread OGNSYA
ons about granular approaches to content management. But maybe not as a tagline... It does tend to sound a bit to hippy for those who don't get it. On Wednesday, June 17, 2020 at 5:44:03 PM UTC+1, OGNSYA wrote: > > I'm curious to know what type of people uses TiddlyWiki currently, and >

[tw5] Re: Preview: keyboard driven draggable bullets

2020-06-23 Thread OGNSYA
I think he meant dragging in "non-Stream" tiddlers. This is also something I miss in Stream. Alongside the option to have a node appear in multiple different places, not just as a transclusion. On Tuesday, June 23, 2020 at 7:33:34 PM UTC+1, Saq Imtiaz wrote: > > Can you confirm that just

Re: [tw5] Re: Tiddly Desktop bug

2020-06-22 Thread OGNSYA
ston wrote: > > Hi OGNSYA, Jake, > > What operating system are you using? > > To be clear, are you both experiencing the same problem: that double > clicking the tray icon when TiddlyDesktop is running causes the wiki list > to become corrupted? > > Many thanks,

[tw5] "You have unsaved changes..." - where?

2020-06-22 Thread OGNSYA
I'm running my TW locally via TiddlyDesktop. I tried closing it, but got the "You have unsaved changes..." message. However I don't know what it refers to (I have no tiddlers open...). Is there some way I can check what are the unsaved changes? (I know I can just click Save on the sidebar. But

[tw5] Re: What is TiddlyWiki's demographic, both current and intended?

2020-06-22 Thread OGNSYA
ion". A shorter version could be: "*a unique non-linear fully customizable notebook*" On Wednesday, June 17, 2020 at 5:44:03 PM UTC+1, OGNSYA wrote: > > I'm curious to know what type of people uses TiddlyWiki currently, and > what type of people the project wants to reac

[tw5] Re: What is TiddlyWiki's demographic, both current and intended?

2020-06-25 Thread OGNSYA
furniture. But most people will never reach that point if they feel overwhelmed to start using TW in the first place.. On Wednesday, June 17, 2020 at 5:44:03 PM UTC+1, OGNSYA wrote: > > I'm curious to know what type of people uses TiddlyWiki currently, and > what type of people the pro

[tw5] Re: Reference another tiddler's field by using a value in a custom field

2020-06-25 Thread OGNSYA
Thank you for the explanations! They all make sense to me, though it will probably be a while until I fully "get it"... On Thursday, June 25, 2020 at 12:20:19 PM UTC+1, OGNSYA wrote: > > I want to transclude a custom field (let's call it myfield) of a tiddler > (let's cal

[tw5] Re: Presenting: field value selector

2020-06-27 Thread OGNSYA
That's so useful! I tend to do a lot of field editing from other tiddlers though (for example, using TiddlyTables, directly in the cells). Would love for values to be suggested there as well... Any chance this can be implemented to work in any place where that field can be edited? On

[tw5] Re: WYSIWYG editor for TW5

2020-06-27 Thread OGNSYA
Yep. My mistake! I'm using TiddlyDesktop and thought a reload was enough. I had to close and reopen, now it works! @Mat: Please don't shut up! I understand what you explained, that things like that would need to be solved... Maybe have a special tag for such codes (something akin to the "red

[tw5] Re: WYSIWYG editor for TW5

2020-06-27 Thread OGNSYA
Is TW5 able to offer a wysiwyg editor at the moment? In this 2019 gh thread Jermolene suggests it could be doable, due to recent developments. Other than that, the only solution I've found for this is CKEditor (in this 2017 thread - which

[tw5] Re: WYSIWYG editor for TW5

2020-06-27 Thread OGNSYA
I'm thinking my use of the word "tag" in my previous message could be confusing, since it's different that the way the word tag is used in TW . What I meant is to tag in the sense of defining a block. Something like On Saturday, June 27, 2020 at 8:53:45 PM UTC+1 OGNSYA wrote:

[tw5] Re: WYSIWYG editor for TW5

2020-06-27 Thread OGNSYA
ler currently being edited" field="text" type="text/x-htmlp" /> But no luck .. On Saturday, June 27, 2020 at 9:15:24 PM UTC+1 Mat wrote: > OGNSYA wrote: >> >> I would like to be able to edit my tiddlers directly, from View mode. >> > >

[tw5] Re: Presenting: field value selector

2020-06-27 Thread OGNSYA
4 PM UTC+1 Mat wrote: > OGNSYA wrote: >> >> I tend to do a lot of field editing from other tiddlers though (for >> example, using TiddlyTables, directly in the cells). >> Would love for values to be suggested there as well... >> >> Any chance this can b

[tw5] Re: Presenting: field value selector

2020-06-27 Thread OGNSYA
8:50:35 PM UTC+1 Mat wrote: > Yeah, OGNSYA, that code from Saq is good. Instead of Saq's interesting > recipes, you can try it on tiddlyiki.com using e.g > > <> > > my-field:{{!!my-field}} > > also, to be safe, the single quote characters should be replaced with > t

[tw5] Re: Filter by Custom Field containing Tiddler name with spaces in it?

2020-06-16 Thread OGNSYA
tor > > > On Monday, June 15, 2020 at 3:29:01 PM UTC-7, OGNSYA wrote: >> >> Perfect! Thank you. >> >> I did have the tiddler name as [[My Status]] in the custom field. >> I was assuming that the tag field of a tiddler was simply a list of >> titles.

[tw5] Re: Filter by Custom Field containing Tiddler name with spaces in it?

2020-06-16 Thread OGNSYA
*) [importance[{!!importance}compare:number:gteq[5]]] I also tried just this: [{!!importance}compare:number:gteq[5]] On Tuesday, June 16, 2020 at 11:33:20 AM UTC+1, Eric Shulman wrote: > > On Tuesday, June 16, 2020 at 3:04:46 AM UTC-7, OGNSYA wrote: >> >> Thanks! I did see that, but could

[tw5] Re: Tables/Spreadsheet plugins?

2020-06-16 Thread OGNSYA
Thanks for the suggestions! I had checked out a couple of those, as well as the list being kept in Dynalist (though that is not a curated list; it's quite overwhelming for users looking for a simpler start in TW). On Monday, June 15, 2020 at 4:29:12 PM UTC+1, OGNSYA wrote: > > I'm l

[tw5] Re: Preview: keyboard driven draggable bullets

2020-06-16 Thread OGNSYA
l limit the time I have available to > work on this in the short term. So for now, I am focusing on bug reports > only. > > Will revisit other feedback once I am able to. In the meantime please > feel free to keep the feedback coming. > Cheers, > > Saq > > On Sunday,

[tw5] How to identify the most stable/reliable plugins? (non-official)

2020-06-14 Thread OGNSYA
I realize one of the great things about TW is the amount and variety of different plugins. On the other hand, this can be quite confusing and overwhelming for new users. Often there are multiple plugins that do the same thing in different ways, or even with intersecting functionalities. I'd

[tw5] Re: Filter by Custom Field containing Tiddler name with spaces in it?

2020-06-16 Thread OGNSYA
ne 16, 2020 at 2:40:53 PM UTC+1, Saq Imtiaz wrote: > > try [get[importance]compare:number:gteq[5]] > > this assumes you want to compare a field with name importance > > On Tuesday, June 16, 2020 at 1:07:28 PM UTC+2, OGNSYA wrote: >> >> Thanks for that Eric. >> For some

[tw5] Re: Filter by Custom Field containing Tiddler name with spaces in it?

2020-06-16 Thread OGNSYA
; I also recommend you re-read what Eric has explained above regarding > brackets in filters. > > On Tuesday, June 16, 2020 at 4:41:26 PM UTC+2, OGNSYA wrote: >> >> Thanks Saq. >> >> I tried your suggestion and it did the filtering, however the output >> do

[tw5] Re: Preview: keyboard driven draggable bullets

2020-06-16 Thread OGNSYA
roduce it, or if you want me to do any further tests On Tuesday, June 16, 2020 at 2:39:06 PM UTC+1, Saq Imtiaz wrote: > > @OGNSYA in order to try to investigate that potential bug I will need > either: > >- specific steps to re-create that bug in my demo >OR >- a file

[tw5] Re: Filter by Custom Field containing Tiddler name with spaces in it?

2020-06-15 Thread OGNSYA
, with the field status as a suffix. Like: > > [!is[system]tag[My Tag]contains:status[My Status]] > > HTH > > On Monday, June 15, 2020 at 2:39:33 PM UTC-7, OGNSYA wrote: >> >> I'm trying to filter a list by my own custom field "Status", which is a >> list

[tw5] Re: Max size of single html wiki file?

2020-06-15 Thread OGNSYA
I had the same concern. What I did is create thousands of tiddlers (you can do this programatically), and then do performance tests. It's very impressive how TW can deal with huge amounts of content. I even added an entire 400-page book in 1 tiddler. It takes a bit longer to open than other

[tw5] Re: Contextual Backlinks, Stroll, and Stream

2020-06-15 Thread OGNSYA
I'm using Stroll with Stream. Indeed autocomplete is currently not working. Backlinks appear like David said. They're just transclusions, so they are not editable. Also, only the node is shown (ie., not in context). I agree it would be extremely powerful to have the features mentioned by

[tw5] Re: Preview: keyboard driven draggable bullets

2020-06-16 Thread OGNSYA
til I get the chance to do a comprehensive code > review, one is really needed after the major refactoring I did to rename > fields. > > Saq > > On Tuesday, June 16, 2020 at 4:54:02 PM UTC+2, OGNSYA wrote: >> >> I just tested again in your demo >> <https://saqimti

[tw5] Re: What is TiddlyWiki's demographic, both current and intended?

2020-06-21 Thread OGNSYA
this existing *in parallel* to all the existing organic individual efforts, as these are extremely valuable) On Sunday, June 21, 2020 at 4:57:09 PM UTC+1, TiddlyTweeter wrote: > > OGNSYA wrote: >> >> Breaking that up into two simpler questions: >> > > >>

[tw5] Re: WYSIWYG editor for TW5

2020-06-27 Thread OGNSYA
@BJ Thanks for that! How did I miss this... I might be googling this wrong things. Where could I have found this? @Saq Thanks! I'll check it out! On Saturday, June 27, 2020 at 10:31:17 PM UTC+1 saq.i...@gmail.com wrote: > @ognsya you might save yourself some work by adapting the edit

[tw5] Reference another tiddler's field by using a value in a custom field

2020-06-25 Thread OGNSYA
I want to transclude a custom field (let's call it myfield) of a tiddler (let's call it Source Tiddler) into another one (let's call it Target Tiddler). I know I can just do this in Target Tiddler (assuming the Source Tiddler's name is "Source Tiddler"): {{Source Tiddler!!myfield}} However,

[tw5] Re: Reference another tiddler's field by using a value in a custom field

2020-06-25 Thread OGNSYA
Thanks all for the help! This worked. Just so I can learn with my mistakes, what was wrong about my thinking when I did this\?: !!sourcename}}!!myfield}} On Thursday, June 25, 2020 at 1:53:52 PM UTC+1, Eric Shulman wrote: > > On Thursday, June 25, 2020 at 4:56:52 AM UTC-7, Michael Manti

[tw5] Tables/Spreadsheet plugins?

2020-06-15 Thread OGNSYA
I'm looking for a plugin for editing my tiddlers in a tables/spreadsheet format. I found a few options online, and TiddlyTables seem to be the one that best fits my needs. However if there is a more stable alternative, I'd prefer that. Does anyone have

Re: [tw5] Re: Preview: keyboard driven draggable bullets

2020-06-04 Thread OGNSYA
@Saq: Would be great to be able to simply click Create New Stream, and then just start typing (ie., the cursor would already be in place in the first tiddler). There could be a text (in light grey) saying "Start typing..." there, just to prompt the user. This new Stream tiddler could look

[tw5] Re: Preview: keyboard driven draggable bullets

2020-06-04 Thread OGNSYA
On Thursday, June 4, 2020 at 3:09:20 PM UTC+1, Saq Imtiaz wrote: > > @Ognsya thanks for the feedback, comments below: > > >>- I wonder if an abandoned empty tiddler should be removed/deleted >>automatically? Would make it cleaner. >> >> Hitting

[tw5] Re: Preview: keyboard driven draggable bullets

2020-06-05 Thread OGNSYA
@Saq, it's an amazing plug-in! It does open many possibilities. I'll share my ideas about that independently in the future, as you suggested. PS: I agree with both @Reets suggestions below! On Friday, June 5, 2020 at 12:59:17 PM UTC+1, Reet Pandher wrote: > > This feels more natural and better.

[tw5] Re: Preview: keyboard driven draggable bullets

2020-06-11 Thread OGNSYA
Been testing it for a few days. Works great! - I'd rather click once to edit though, like it was before (instead of needing to double-click). Do you plan on adding this as an option? If not, can I customize this? - Have you considered structuring it so that text can be directly

[tw5] Re: Preview: keyboard driven draggable bullets

2020-06-04 Thread OGNSYA
Saq: This looks great! Love the name Streams btw. A few general notes: - I wonder if an abandoned empty tiddler should be removed/deleted automatically? Would make it cleaner. - There is no way to drag a child left (equivalent of SHIFT-TAB). In order to do that via dragging, one

[tw5] Re: Improvements to "GettingStarted"

2020-06-14 Thread OGNSYA
Looks great! I agree that a Wizard could be helpful, since many new users struggle with the whole concept of what TW is. Regardless, I think the categories on the left should better reflect the variety of options. I use TiddlyDesktop, for example - shouldn't this be in a "Desktop" category?

[tw5] Re: Preview: keyboard driven draggable bullets

2020-06-14 Thread OGNSYA
@Saq, thanks for addressing all our questions! *Single-click edit*: Got it! I didn't realize external links couldn't be clicked. I thought they'd behave the same as [[internal links]], which could be clicked in the initial (single-click) version of your plugin. I didn't know there was this