Mark S. wrote: > > I probably won't be pursuing the dynaview option, since that didn't seem > to improve performance. > > > As a reminder, the NW file can be found at: > > > https://marxsal.github.io/various/notowritey.html >
Ciao Mark Regarding performance and Dynaview---looking at the eBook version of TW---seems to indicate its optimal for fully prepped, pre-ordered Tiddlers. I don't fully understand how it works yet, especially its "chunkology". Xavier helpfully commented this though ... Xavier wrote: > > Hi TT, > > In order to fulfil some of the user interface requirements, like keeping > track of the current reading location or creating annotations anywhere > inside the text, Jeremy introduced Dynaview, then Dynannotate. In the > context of ePub reading, Dynaview's aim is to reveal on demand the little > chunks that have been produced at ePub parse time, along with their > possible annotations. Once you have this collection of chunks (aka > tiddlers), the performance, while still subject to optimisation, is not > much of a worry: these chunks are not tangled nor even weaved together > through any complex cross-references system. At the time Dynaview comes > into play, the list of chunks is already sorted, waiting to be displayed at > reading pace. That's because ePub is a much poorer and linear format than > TiddlyWiki of course. Fortunately, what can do more, can do less. > > By the way, being able to split any ePub into chunks is probably the > hardest part of the project. Not only because choosing the chunks limits > can be hard, but also because styles are often used very loosely by > publishers : for instance, you may find paragraphs that are expressed as > <span > style="font-size: 11pt;display: block;text-indent: 0pt;">The first > paragraph of a section, as you have to guess.</span> because the WYSIWYG > tools that helped producing the ePub are generally misleading. I spare you > the table and images issues :-) > > Cheers, > -- Xavier Cazin > > > On Sat, Jun 27, 2020 at 6:43 PM TiddlyTweeter <tiddly...@assays.tv> wrote: > >> Xavier >> >> There is interest in it growing. >> >> I think the very good PERFORMANCE aspect is particularly interesting >> since eBooks are large documents. >> >> Over in GG we did some tests with Dynaview but still hitting issues which >> the eBook version does not have. I think better understanding the eBook >> edition of TW will help a lot. >> >> Fingers crossed x >> >> Best wishes >> TT >> >> Xavier wrote: >>> >>> >>> Not yet ready because of some pressing redesign, but it will eventually >>> be released as a normal plugin >>> >> -- >> > -- 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 this discussion on the web visit https://groups.google.com/d/msgid/tiddlywiki/bf575701-1124-40c5-a5c4-b57c8b4aaeb9o%40googlegroups.com.