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    Mario Pietsch
    @pmario
    @Shaxine .. I'm pretty sure, that 5.2.0 has the same behaviour by default. .. So if it worked at your wiki, you probably changed something. I did also have a look at Nicola's homepage, which is linked somewhere. It still uses 5.2.0 and doesn't create any timestamps, if eg: an image.png is imported.
    lilx2018
    @lilx2018
    When I use plugin highlight to highlighted some code text, it work well with no line number, is it possible to add line number to the code? Thank you.
    lilx2018
    @lilx2018
    @pmario Thank you very much, now I understand what's going on.
    lilx2018
    @lilx2018
    Good day everyone, is there any plugins when I click an image, will popup a window to zoom in/out the picture?
    Bill Anderson
    @anderbill:matrix.org
    [m]
    i'm using 5.2.1 and trying to select the 5 most recent "Journal" tagged tiddlers. this search filter works to sort by date created, but i cannot seem to figure out how to get a "reverse" sort. i am missing something for sure: '[tag[Journal]!sort:date[created]]+[limit[5]]'
    Bill Anderson
    @anderbill:matrix.org
    [m]
    :point_up: Edit: i'm using 5.1.22 and trying to select the 5 most recent "Journal" tagged tiddlers. this search filter works to sort by date created, but i cannot seem to figure out how to get a "reverse" sort. i have read the documentation butt i am missing something for sure: '[tag[Journal]!sort:date[created]]+[limit[5]]'
    @yanderella:sibnsk.net
    [m]

    I cannot exactly understand your question, but I can tell you about the "reverse" behaviour and where it is.

    Descending and Ascending for "sort" filter operator is controlled whether or not there is an ! before it. So consider testing this modification of your filter

    [tag[Journal]sort:date[created]]+[limit[5]]

    also I don't think you need to have limit on separate filter run in this case. So in my opinion it can simply be: [tag[Journal]sort:date[created]limit[5]]

    Documention reading tip: In the table for the operators where it says "output" there is "! output" this means when the operator is prefixed with "!" and what it does or what it does when it is without. So it is not always "reversing" (might be other behavior) but when supported in most cases it does.

    so for sort: with ! is descending order, without is ascending order.

    https://tiddlywiki.com/#sort%20Operator:%5B%5Bsort%20Operator%5D%5D%20%5B%5Bsort%20Operator%20(Examples)%5D%5D

    1 reply
    jan Niko (Nico)
    @nihilazo:matrix.org
    [m]
    hi, I'm new to tiddlywiki and moving from zim, is there some way to export from zim into tiddlywiki? Also, can I use tiddlywiki without node? (I'm new to TW, wanting to get into it for a while but never grokked it before)
    soweli
    @soweli:matrix.org
    [m]
    you can just use tiddlywiki in the browser you don't need node
    although you don't get the multifile system i don't think
    jan Niko (Nico)
    @nihilazo:matrix.org
    [m]
    single file is fine for me, but the tool I found for exporting zim notes is using the individual tiddlers. Maybe I could use the nodejs version for that to create a wiki
    jan Niko (Nico)
    @nihilazo:matrix.org
    [m]
    although that's not working for me right now, it's probably better to copy the stuff that matters across manually
    soweli
    @soweli:matrix.org
    [m]
    i think there are alternate webhosts but i don't know if any of them work anymore
    jan Niko (Nico)
    @nihilazo:matrix.org
    [m]
    ok. I think I'll just get the single file one and then start with that, move stuff across from zim
    although manually rather than using this random bash script
    or write my own converter
    jan Niko (Nico)
    @nihilazo:matrix.org
    [m]
    what's the recommended way to save with tiddlywiki in firefox? Using the built in system is fine but it gets a bit frustrating to re-"download" each time I save
    I don't really want to have to use the nodejs version and run a server, but the tiddlyfox browser plugin is only on old firefox versions at thes point
    lilx2018
    @lilx2018
    I use Timimi ( https://github.com/ibnishak/Timimi)or twserver (https://github.com/K4rian/twserver-go) to save tiddlers. Both perform are quite well, thanks the developers.
    jan Niko (Nico)
    @nihilazo:matrix.org
    [m]
    thanks, I'll check those out
    soweli
    @soweli:matrix.org
    [m]
    also tiddlywiki Just Works on webdav servers
    so any of those will work
    jan Niko (Nico)
    @nihilazo:matrix.org
    [m]
    I'm using timimi now, it seems to work great
    I wanted something that didn't require using a server that I then connected to on my local machine, and it does that job
    soweli
    @soweli:matrix.org
    [m]
    aha
    i should check it out too! i'm trying to make my setup work well
    jan Niko (Nico)
    @nihilazo:matrix.org
    [m]
    I'm pretty happy with my setup right now. Got some notes I need to re-organise, but they're mostly old class notes. I got a basic task management thing going and now I'm starting to feel like I want to extend it
    I see tiddlywiki being a good balance between having the cool features of other packages without me getting lost in it like I did in something like org or taskwiki
    fcjz
    @fcjz
    I am new to tiddlywiki, any android client you can recommend? I'm using tiddloid now, is there any other?
    jan Niko (Nico)
    @nihilazo:matrix.org
    [m]
    I don't have any problems with tiddloid, I'm not sure of any others
    fcjz
    @fcjz
    me too,but I want to try some other solutions.
    Also, does tiddlywiki have an IRC channel?
    fcjz
    @fcjz
    OK, I'll see the reply tomorrow.
    fcjz
    @fcjz
    I am coming again.
    No one answered my question.
    It appears there are no IRC channels.
    Bill Anderson
    @anderbill:matrix.org
    [m]
    @fcjz: there is a Discord server and reddit channel:
    Chat on Discord at https://discord.gg/HFFZVQ8
    https://www.reddit.com/r/TiddlyWiki5/
    lilx2018
    @lilx2018
    Sorry that is there any gitter chat about vim/neovim ?
    ok. I find "https://gitter.im/neovim/neovim" by click search bar on left bar
    lilx2018
    @lilx2018
    But "https://gitter.im/neovim/neovim" seem to focus on neovim development, is there any gitter chat for vim newbie?
    lilx2018
    @lilx2018
    I have 2000+ tiddlers in a file, everything seems good but if I need to change title, it take more than 20s to respones, is there a way to speed up? I only want to do is change the title, and do not need to deal with associated links, tags, etc, just change the title.
    lilx2018
    @lilx2018
    When change title, maybe it can popup the information dialog box immediately which mean before perform any various checks, of two button "change the title only (quick but maybe not safe)" and "change other titddlers with tags and list fields ..."
    lilx2018
    @lilx2018
    Beacuse change tiddler's title take too long time, it is totally unacceptable. I submit an issue to suggest "add a option to to change tiddler title conveniently"
    lilx2018
    @lilx2018
    Luckly @Jermolene give me a solution which totally solve my problem, thank Jermolene.
    jan Niko (Nico)
    @nihilazo:matrix.org
    [m]
    is there an easy way to delete all tiddlers with a given tag in tw?
    jan Niko (Nico)
    @nihilazo:matrix.org
    [m]
    I imported a ton of stuff I now realise I don't want
    it seems you can do it with TW on node.js but not on the web version
    Hinata
    @yanderella:sibnsk.net
    [m]

    jan Niko (Nico): Why not?

    What about this way:

    1. Open the $:/AdvancedSearch
    2. Click Filter tab
    3. Write a valid filter that contains the tag you don't need (such as : [tag[HelloThere]])
    4. Press the trash can icon
    5. Confirm
    6. They should be gone for good.

    Trying to attach a screenshot to illustrate it