Hi Luis,

First you start the webdav server.
Then you have to type yourself the address (http://localhost:8080/... etc) 
in the address bar of your browser, at least for the directory where your 
local files live.
That's the cumbersome part as the path to the directory is often a bit 
complicated !
That way the directory is served by the webdav server.
Then by clicking on a link of a TW, the file opens in the browser ; the 
file is also served by the webdav server. Or you press on the link and 
choose "open in a new tab". It's a better way as you keep your tab with 
your directory always open.



Le mercredi 11 juillet 2018 08:41:12 UTC+2, Luís de Sousa a écrit :
> Hi again FrD,
> I am able to point the browser to the correct location through the WebDAV 
> server. However, the browser then opens the file itself, which of course is 
> pointless.
> Thank you.
> On Tuesday, 10 July 2018 22:49:46 UTC+2, FrD wrote:
>> Hi Luis,
>> Some more words.
>> You need to find where the local copies of the files you synchronize are, 
>> and then to choose in the webdav parameters the root directory.
>> In my case (dropbox), I chose SdCard (internal memory) as root directory 
>> for webdav.
>> My dropbox synchronized files are in SdCard : 
>> Android/data/com.dropbox.android/files/...
>> Then in Chrome I typed the url to the directory where my files live :
>> http://localhost:8080/Android/data/com.dropbos.android/files/...
>> I keep this tab open and when I want to open or edit a TW in this 
>> directory, I press ot the file link and open  it in another tab (after 
>> having launched webdav).
>> Hope this helps.
>> Regards
>> FrD
>> Le mardi 10 juillet 2018 22:35:27 UTC+2, FrD a écrit :
>>> Hi Luis,
>>> if you really use the webdav server, the url looks like :
>>> http://localhost:8080/Android/data/...
>>> Is it the case ?
>>> Regards
>>> FrD
>>> Le mardi 10 juillet 2018 11:36:00 UTC+2, Luís de Sousa a écrit :
>>>> Hi FrD, thank you for the reply.
>>>> I installed WebDAV server and fired it up. I am able to access if from 
>>>> the browser and navigate to the ownCLoud folder, however, if I open a 
>>>> TiddlyWiki file the behaviour is the same as opening it directly in the 
>>>> browser (i.e. buttons do not work).
>>>> Regards.
>>>> On Tuesday, 10 July 2018 09:41:57 UTC+2, FrD wrote:
>>>>> Hi Luis,
>>>>> I'm using WebDAV serveur (here 
>>>>> <https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.theolivetree.webdavserver&hl=fr>)
>>>>> to edit TWs on my android phone. My TWs are stored on Dropbox and synced 
>>>>> with my phone via the dropbox app..
>>>>> It works fine and should work with owncloud. Or at least it's worth a 
>>>>> try.
>>>>> Regards
>>>>> FrD
>>>>> Le lundi 9 juillet 2018 20:24:22 UTC+2, Luís de Sousa a écrit :
>>>>>> Hi all,
>>>>>> I am new to TiddlyWiki, I appreciate very much its technology 
>>>>>> agnostic paradigm and am convinced it is the right tool to manage my 
>>>>>> notes. 
>>>>>> I also need to access my notes from both my computer (Linux) and my 
>>>>>> phone 
>>>>>> (Android).
>>>>>> I have successfully created Wiki files with Firefox and TiddlyDesktop 
>>>>>> on my computer, that are then automatically synchronised to a ownCloud 
>>>>>> server. On my phone the ownCloud client synchronises these files 
>>>>>> correctly 
>>>>>> and I am able to open them with the browser. However, I am unable to 
>>>>>> edit 
>>>>>> the Wiki files with either Firefox or Chrome on the phone.
>>>>>> How can I edit on Android these TiddlyWiki files synchronised from 
>>>>>> ownCloud?
>>>>>> Thank you.

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