Oh wow, thanks for noticing, I love your Swipe widget! It has allowed a 
JS-illiterate person like me to get what I wanted out of TW in my mobile 
browser (outside of Noteself's android app 

Yeah, a dedicated page for the widgets would surely help with spreading the 
word around. A concise info page like this tiddler for the ButtonWidget 
<https://tiddlywiki.com/#ButtonWidget> would make it easier for other users 
to implement it in their projects, I feel like. 

Oh, and yeah, thanks for pointing me towards the Press widget and 
tiddlypiano <http://tiddlypiano.tiddlyspot.com/>! I'd play with these in 
the coming weekend! 

Cheers :)

P.S. can I do a bug report here? Removing the "$targets" parameter on the 
swipe widget gives me a Red Window when I click the Save-tiddler button. 
And although the tiddler isn't saved after clicking the Save-tiddler button 
(without the "$targets" param), I can neither close nor erase the said 
tiddler... and I have to refresh the wiki to go back in time (so to speak). 

I ran into this problem while learning about the widget and learned how to 
avoid it, but this might scare first-time users? Let me visualize this with 
a gif:


On Friday, April 6, 2018 at 10:09:27 PM UTC+9, BurningTreeC wrote:
> Hi JD,  I want to express my appreciation of your work, I think it's great 
> - and seeing my hammerjs widgets being used within it is really cool :) !
> How's the swipe widget working for you?
> We have put hammerjs to the tiddlywiki plugin library, so that it's enough 
> to drag it from the prerelease page to use it
> In the meantime I've modified the different widgets (swipe, pan, press, 
> rotate and tap) to use that plugin and I've made some modifications that 
> make them work better
> I wanted to make a dedicated page for those widgets only, just haven't 
> found the time til now. But I'll put them online soon!
> How I actually want it to be revealed is by long-pressing the main FAB 
>> button, but I think that's a mobile OS feature and can't be properly 
>> implemented in HTML or CSS. Maybe it can happen via JS? 
> The press widget I made also uses hammerjs and would do that - on a long 
> press it triggers your actions. The annoying thing is that it also opens 
> the rightclick-caret on desktop browsers when pressing with fingers on a 
> touch screen. it's in use at http://tiddlypiano.tiddlyspot.com/ 
> <http://www.google.com/url?q=http%3A%2F%2Ftiddlypiano.tiddlyspot.com%2F&sa=D&sntz=1&usg=AFQjCNEvSbxDGa6lqjfpNBE8Hl8lrfLTOQ>
> if you want to get a preview, I think I'll modify it a bit for the 
> hammer-widgets-page later on
> That said, you're doing really cool work, thank you very much!
> BurningTreeC

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