Using dragable lists can be helpful for rearranging titles and how they are
listed. this can be done for items with the same tags.
On Thursday, March 8, 2018 at 5:42:14 PM UTC+11, TonyM wrote:
> What you want can be achieved with native TiddlyWiki. Of course there are
> variouse levels of automation and complexity that can be built, but if you
> create a single tiddler that lists all tiddlers and renders them in the
> single tiddler, you can "Open the resulting tiddler" in a new window and
> use the browser print feature, with a Print to PDF printer to create PDF
> The Editor tool bar Transclude option can help selecting tiddlers to
> include in a master tiddler, but I would use tags or fields to indicate
> chapter and sections and an advanced list macro to bring all the content
> into the single "book" tiddler, ready for reviewing and printing. Perhaps,
> For each draft save/copy the tiddlywiki as a new file and continue editing.
> I would use tiddler names to describe content, and have chapter titles
> etc... actually in the tiddler text.
> I will give this some more thought, as ultimately I would like such a tool
> as well, however I am focusing on interactive work instructions rather than
> Happy to discuss further.
> On Monday, March 5, 2018 at 2:53:45 AM UTC+11, Joe Armstrong wrote:
>> I'd like to mock up a book in TW - the input would be a TW
>> the output a nicely formatted book in HTML (or PDF -- but I'll be happy
>> HTML for now)
>> To fix my ideas I'd like the output to look like
>> Any tips of tag structures and so on to achieve this?
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