Re: [tw5] Re: How to tag separate paragraphs in different tiddlers and then transclude them?

2018-05-08 Thread David Gifford
Wow this is a fascinating concept. FYI there is a link, " Here is a tiddler linked to from another:. New Tiddler 1 ", and clicking it does nothing. David Gifford Mexico team leader, Mexico City *Resonate Global Mission* *Engaging People. Embracing

Re: [tw5] Re: How to tag separate paragraphs in different tiddlers and then transclude them?

2018-04-18 Thread JD
On Sunday, April 15, 2018 at 7:53:48 PM UTC+9, Vytas wrote: > > @JD > > In the process of enabling myself to customize your wonderful *paragraphs* > macro, I have analysed the code of it (actually, since I'm a newbie, it > took me a decent amount of effort). I'm glad I was able to more or less

Re: [tw5] Re: How to tag separate paragraphs in different tiddlers and then transclude them?

2018-04-15 Thread David Gifford
Hi Mark, Vytas, and others Thanks for the responses. My comment last night was not meant to criticize you, Mark, or your effort. I probably shouldn't post after 10pm, as it can come out wrong. My comment wasn't meant to be hate for what you did, but love for outliners. After years of notetaking

Re: [tw5] Re: How to tag separate paragraphs in different tiddlers and then transclude them?

2018-04-15 Thread TonyM
One persons note book is anothers data collection repository and tiddlywiki then lets you analyse, structure, automate, turn into a database, refactor, print, define custom views, import export, extend, parse. Notebooks are so last millenium. Notebooks are dead, long live the notebook (in

Re: [tw5] Re: How to tag separate paragraphs in different tiddlers and then transclude them?

2018-04-15 Thread Mat
Side note: One major point with TW is "the next 25 years" i.e that TW relies on very basic tech so your data will still be easily accessible for quite some time. When you bring in Dynalist and other services you are, AFAICT, back out on the same ol' thin ice that many of us try to leave behind

Re: [tw5] Re: How to tag separate paragraphs in different tiddlers and then transclude them?

2018-04-15 Thread 'Vytas' via TiddlyWiki
@JD In the process of enabling myself to customize your wonderful *paragraphs* macro, I have analysed the code of it (actually, since I'm a newbie, it took me a decent amount of effort). I'm glad I was able to more or less understand it. Just one small question. If I get it correctly, you

Re: [tw5] Re: How to tag separate paragraphs in different tiddlers and then transclude them?

2018-04-14 Thread 'Mark S.' via TiddlyWiki
On Saturday, April 14, 2018 at 6:07:55 PM UTC-7, David Gifford wrote: > > > 1) Unless I am mistaken, this doesn't improve that much on using the new > here button with the table of contents. You just title the child tiddler > before creating, whereas with the new here button you do the same in

Re: [tw5] Re: How to tag separate paragraphs in different tiddlers and then transclude them?

2018-04-14 Thread David Gifford
Hi Mark Sorry to be the sourpuss on this one. 1) Unless I am mistaken, this doesn't improve that much on using the new here button with the table of contents. You just title the child tiddler before creating, whereas with the new here button you do the same in the opposite order. It is slightly

Re: [tw5] Re: How to tag separate paragraphs in different tiddlers and then transclude them?

2018-04-10 Thread TonyM
David, I understand the value in picking the tool you need but I think this may actually be a gap we need to fill in TiddlyWiki. Even a rudimentary outliner, to help bridge the gap between tiddler and texts (in the book sense). Regards Tony On Tuesday, April 10, 2018 at 11:25:53 PM UTC+10,

Re: [tw5] Re: How to tag separate paragraphs in different tiddlers and then transclude them?

2018-04-10 Thread Diego Mesa
Mark, I remember we had this conversation on another thread when I brought up Anki as well lol. I'd summarize that, IMO, if you buy into the TW philosophy that its your external brain - that you place all information that is somewhat important to you into TW - it only makes sense that it

Re: [tw5] Re: How to tag separate paragraphs in different tiddlers and then transclude them?

2018-04-10 Thread 'Mark S.' via TiddlyWiki
I'm not as convinced with Anki. Anki is already free, open-source, and well-written. Your data may be kept in the cloud, but unless you're a spy no one is going to be interested in your language study progress. How about a bookmark app that you could take with you? Especially if it were

Re: [tw5] Re: How to tag separate paragraphs in different tiddlers and then transclude them?

2018-04-10 Thread Diego Mesa
I 100% agree with you Mark that a Dynalist built into TW would be a killer app. I also think the same about Anki, and am working with Simon to achieve that as well! If we could get one or two killer, easy to use and easy to follow "applications" built into TW like that, I think it will do

Re: [tw5] Re: How to tag separate paragraphs in different tiddlers and then transclude them?

2018-04-10 Thread 'Mark S.' via TiddlyWiki
Workflowy looks like it decided to rest on it's laurels before it had any. For the price of Dynalist, you could get two subscriptions to Evernote. None of the cloud-based services seem to promise client-side encryption. An outlining tool built on TW might be the killer app (edition) for TW

Re: [tw5] Re: How to tag separate paragraphs in different tiddlers and then transclude them?

2018-04-10 Thread JD
Haha!  Oh well... sometimes the tool creation is as exciting as the use of the tool itself, at least for me. I get to know Tiddlywiki more with all these toying around. On Tuesday, April 10, 2018 at 10:25:53 PM UTC+9, David Gifford wrote: > > Seems like a lot of effort when there are better

Re: [tw5] Re: How to tag separate paragraphs in different tiddlers and then transclude them?

2018-04-10 Thread David Gifford
Seems like a lot of effort when there are better tools for writing and outlining, like Dynalist or Workflowy. David Gifford Mexico team leader, Mexico City *Resonate Global Mission* *Engaging People. Embracing Christ.* A Ministry of the Christian Reformed Church resonateglobalmission.org On