With Chrome Apps currently heading out the door within the next year, I
will have to see once what is worth doing.
Getting the classic saver working would be worth doing, though, if I can
find the time. But I don't know when that will happen.
However, there is a plugin for Firefox called TiddlyFox which allows
TiddlyWiki classic to work similar to how it was intended. Try using
Firefox with that plugin installed.
For me to support TWC, I am going to need to figure out how it works. A
couple sanity checks may be required to make sure the file being written is
the file that is intended. I'm not sure if TWC can use that mechanism for
writing other files as well, which is no longer supported by browsers.
Hope that helps,
On Sep 10, 2016 06:39, "Vladmaster99" <jlperre...@gmail.com> wrote:
> how is twclassic chrome saver going how long before your saver works with
> I am wresling with self-signing tiddlysaver.jar which works on offline pc
> with old chrome version with NPAPI suport.
> So I can not currently use tidllywiki classic on chome in a internet
> connected enviroment
> cheers vlad
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