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    Luca Dorigo
    @ldorigo
    Correct.
    Ian Bryan
    @intentionallyIncomplete
    Makes it easy. How long have you been using it?
    Luca Dorigo
    @ldorigo
    About... 2?3? years
    patoCode
    @patoCode
    Hello!!!
    im need Dockerfile for tiddly, pls help me
    Sinister267
    @Sinister267
    Hello, I have a Question regarding the Jasmine Testing Framework. Could someone pls explain me how to run the Tests from the https://tiddlywiki.com/test.html ?
    GreatFlamingFoo
    @GreatFlamingFoo
    Has anyone played with the prerelease? I'm trying to figure out how to get the github saver working
    Marc Fargas
    @telenieko
    Hi. I just noticed that when using the nodejs server, if I drag&drop two files with the same name the firs one gets overwritten with no warning. Is this the expected behaviour?
    Torax Malu
    @toraxmalu1_gitlab
    hi
    @telenieko unfortunately I recognized the same
    so - seems here is only very few traffic. cheers
    Marc Fargas
    @telenieko
    @toraxmalu1_gitlab thx for confirming!
    austinfrey
    @austinfrey
    do tiddlers have a unique ID outside of the tiddler Title?
    Torax Malu
    @toraxmalu1_gitlab
    @austinfrey depends what you mean with ID. - Of course the tiddler have the unique ID "title" accross all tiddlywiki-versions. On the server edition (aka node.js-version) you have additional the file name of each tiddler. but this filename is created out of the tiddler wiki, as far as i noticed. but please keep in mind: I am a real beginner in using Tiddlywiki.
    pubmania
    @pubmania
    Hi I am trying to create a button that mimics the behaviour of "Create a new tiddler tagged with this one". I used this <$action-sendmessage $message="tm-new-tiddler" text='<$transclude tiddler="$:/category">' tags={{!!title}} /> which works fine so long as title does not have white space but if it has white space it takes each word as a separate tag instead of making whole title the tag. Please can someone help me achieve this?
    Torax Malu
    @toraxmalu1_gitlab
    what is the content of $:/category?
    Torax Malu
    @toraxmalu1_gitlab
    @pubmania i poked a little bit in the code exaples and tested it out. trouble is, that the tags are a space-separated list of tags and tags with spaces has to be embraced by squared brackets [[ ]]. But as soon you add these to the text, the transclution of {{!!title}} is shut of and "{{!!title}}" is interpreted and passed as a tag-text itself.
    but I've seen, that others are using variables and the wikify-widget. here is my solution with "button". notice, that I've moved the "transclude"-statement itself in a wikify-widget, too. I asumed, that you wanted to transclude the content of $:/category as a new tiddler-content.
    Torax Malu
    @toraxmalu1_gitlab

    <$wikify
    name="tiddlertags"
    text="""<$text text="[["/>{{!!title}}<$text text="]]"/>"""
    >

    <$wikify
    name="tiddlertext"
    text="""<$transclude tiddler="$:/category" />"""
    >

    <$button>
    <!-- Button-Text "test"-->
    test
    <!-- Tiddler-Action, the variables assigned-->
    <$action-sendmessage
    $message="tm-new-tiddler"
    text=<<tiddlertext>>
    tags=<<tiddlertags>> />
    <!-- closing button-definition -->
    </$button>
    <!-- closing variable "tiddlertext" -->
    </$wikify>
    <!-- closing variable "tiddlertags" -->
    </$wikify>

    Torax Malu
    @toraxmalu1_gitlab
    in short:
    in your original action I've replaced the text and tags-attribute with variables.
    this is enclosed by two wikify-widgets. the outer defines in the variable "tiddlertags" the tag, the inner defines the text in "tiddlertext".
    Torax Malu
    @toraxmalu1_gitlab
    (the additional line feeds are only for butifying-purpose)
    noamgu
    @noamgu
    pure curiosity - anyone switched from Joplin/Evernote/OneNote/Notion to tiddlyWiki?
    Torax Malu
    @toraxmalu1_gitlab
    it has its purpose like the other mentioned tools. the big advantage and disadventage is tiddlywikis flexibility… you've to invest a lot of time and the provided decumentation is f*cking fragmented on a lot of tiddler and unclear examples…
    noamgu
    @noamgu
    @toraxmalu1_gitlab not very convenient :/
    Torax Malu
    @toraxmalu1_gitlab
    @noamgu do you asking because you want to switch? - First question of all: what do you put into your notice-tool? If you attache a lot of media files, then OneNote is probably a good solution. In its incarnation of 2013 it is best developed and has the ability to place the notice book localy. Later versions of OneNote and Evernote are placing their content in the cloude.
    Tiddlywikis strength is on text, linking and organizing of a lot of small snippets and it is local. For the node.js-version you should know a little bit of IP and network, but all in all it is a powerfull tool.
    only if you want to dive deeper into tiddlywikis abilities you've to struggle with some form of programming. but the google-groups is a very good source for support.
    and tiddlywiki.com is a very goot start point
    Torax Malu
    @toraxmalu1_gitlab
    but as mentioned - only disadvantage is the fragmented documentation on a lot of tiddler
    noamgu
    @noamgu
    @toraxmalu1_gitlab many thanks for the info!
    matrixbot
    @matrixbot
    golanv What is the strength of the password encryption TiddlyWiki uses?
    Mandar Vaze
    @mandarvaze
    Hi
    I have a question about "export all" :
    When exported - the tiddlers show up as "older->newer" i.e. my newest tiddler is buried down.
    How can I reverse the order ? I.e. Newest at the top ?
    matrixbot
    @matrixbot

    黒雪姫 Okay, I checked the "Export All" button that's on the version used on the site https://tiddlywiki.com/ and it doesn't give me recent order, instead it gives me order by title.

    Anyway, what you probably want to do is to modify the behavior of "Export All". Like usual to TiddlyWiki it is better to add things that do not change Shadow Tiddlers, if that's acceptable. So your solution is to clone the "Export All" Button.

    The tiddler holding Export All button is: $:/core/ui/Buttons/export-page
    (You can navigate to that using the "Advanced Search" select "Shadow" instead of "system" from "Tools" or browse to it using "More" then "Explorer" and look for the "folders" until you find it. Don't forget to click "Shadow" if you use "advanced search")

    So after you found it, it is a shadow tiddler, you have to clone that. Simply open the tiddler $:/core/ui/Buttons/export-page it should display a title with no text at all and press the chevron next to the "edit" pencil and close button. Then select clone from the popup menu.

    Now you should be looking at "Edit tiddler" a tiddler with a title with a number like "$:/core/ui/Buttons/export-page 1" you can keep that or rename it to whatever you want. Make sure you keep the system tags as they are.
    Now you have to edit in the text of the Tiddler where you see macro code, there is a filter bit that looks like

     exportFilter="[!is[system]sort[title]]" 

    You have to change that filter to one that you need. In your case, you seem to want newest->older, that's inverse of the sort by created field (or modified).
    Which translates into filter language as !sort[created] (! means inverse the order, sort by date created). So you have to change that bit to:

    exportFilter="[!is[system]!sort[created]]"

    Alternatively, you may want to use the "modified" field of tiddlers. So this means:

    exportFilter="[!is[system]!sort[modified]]"

    I also recommend you to change the description field too. This is what gets displayed after the button in Tools, so it may be easier to identify your button from the default one without changing the image unless you want that. Basically I suggest you change the description field to:

    {{$:/language/Buttons/ExportPage/Hint}} by date created

    And you save the changes to that tiddler and you should find a new button in your "Tools" sidebar

    Sorry for being so verbose and for the long text. I hope it helps.

    Best wishes in your TiddlyWiki-ing.

    黒雪姫 * Okay, I checked the "Export All" button that's on the version used on the site https://tiddlywiki.com/ and it doesn't give me recent order, instead it gives me order by title.
    Anyway, what you probably want to do is to modify the behavior of "Export All". Like usual to TiddlyWiki it is better to add things that do not change Shadow Tiddlers, if that's acceptable. So your solution is to clone the "Export All" Button.
    The tiddler holding Export All button is: $:/core/ui/Buttons/export-page
    (You can navigate to that using the "Advanced Search" select "Shadow" instead of "system" from "Tools" or browse to it using "More" then "Explorer" and look for the "folders" until you find it. Don't forget to click "Shadow" if you use "advanced search")
    So after you found it, it is a shadow tiddler, you have to clone that. Simply open the tiddler $:/core/ui/Buttons/export-page it should display a title with no text at all and press the chevron next to the "edit" pencil and close button. Then select clone from the popup menu.
    Now you should be looking at "Edit tiddler" a tiddler with a title with a number like "$:/core/ui/Buttons/export-page 1" you can keep that or rename it to whatever you want. Make sure you keep the system tags as they are.
    Now you have to edit in the text of the Tiddler where you see macro code, there is a filter bit that looks like

     exportFilter="[!is[system]sort[title]]" 
    ```You have to change that filter to one that you need. In your case, you seem to want newest->older, that's inverse of the sort by created field (or modified).
    Which translates into filter language as !sort[created] (! means inverse the order, sort by date created). So you have to change that bit to:
    
         exportFilter="[!is[system]!sort[created]]"
    
    Alternatively, you may want to use the "modified" field of tiddlers. So this means:
    
         exportFilter="[!is[system]!sort[modified]]"
    
    I also recommend you to change the description field too. This is what gets displayed after the button in Tools, so it may be easier to identify your button from the default one without changing the image unless you want that. Basically I suggest you change the description field to:

    {{$:/language/Buttons/ExportPage/Hint}} by date created
    ```And you save the changes to that tiddler and you should find a new button in your "Tools" sidebar
    Sorry for being so verbose and for the long text. I hope it helps.
    Best wishes in your TiddlyWiki-ing.

    黒雪姫 * Okay, I checked the "Export All" button that's on the version used on the site https://tiddlywiki.com/ and it doesn't give me recent order, instead it gives me order by title.
    Anyway, what you probably want to do is to modify the behavior of "Export All". Like usual to TiddlyWiki it is better to add things that do not change Shadow Tiddlers, if that's acceptable. So your solution is to clone the "Export All" Button.
    The tiddler holding Export All button is: $:/core/ui/Buttons/export-page
    (You can navigate to that using the "Advanced Search" select "Shadow" instead of "system" from "Tools" or browse to it using "More" then "Explorer" and look for the "folders" until you find it. Don't forget to click "Shadow" if you use "advanced search")
    So after you found it, it is a shadow tiddler, you have to clone that. Simply open the tiddler $:/core/ui/Buttons/export-page it should display a title with no text at all and press the chevron next to the "edit" pencil and close button. Then select clone from the popup menu.
    Now you should be looking at "Edit tiddler" a tiddler with a title with a number like "$:/core/ui/Buttons/export-page 1" you can keep that or rename it to whatever you want. Make sure you keep the system tags as they are.
    Now you have to edit in the text of the Tiddler where you see macro code, there is a filter bit that looks like

     exportFilter="[!is[system]sort[title]]"

    You have to change that filter to one that you need. In your case, you seem to want newest->older, that's inverse of the sort by created field (or modified).
    Which translates into filter language as !sort[created] (! means inverse the order, sort by date created). So you have to change that bit to:

         exportFilter="[!is[system]!sort[created]]"

    Alternatively, you may want to use the "modified" field of tiddlers. So this means:

         exportFilter="[!is[system]!sort[modified]]"

    I also recommend you to change the description field too. This is what gets displayed after the button in Tools, so it may be easier to identify your button from the default one without changing the image unless you want that. Basically I suggest you change the description field to:

    {{$:/language/Buttons/ExportPage/Hint}} by date created

    Sorry for being so verbose and for the long text. I hope it helps.
    Best wishes in your TiddlyWiki-ing.

    黒雪姫 * Okay, I checked the "Export All" button that's on the version used on the site https://tiddlywiki.com/ and it doesn't give me recent order, instead it gives me order by title.
    Anyway, what you probably want to do is to modify the behavior of "Export All". Like usual to TiddlyWiki it is better to add things that do not change Shadow Tiddlers, if that's acceptable. So your solution is to clone the "Export All" Button.
    The tiddler holding Export All button is: $:/core/ui/Buttons/export-page
    (You can navigate to that using the "Advanced Search" select "Shadow" instead of "system" from "Tools" or browse to it using "More" then "Explorer" and look for the "folders" until you find it. Don't forget to click "Shadow" if you use "advanced search")
    So after you found it, it is a shadow tiddler, you have to clone that. Simply open the tiddler $:/core/ui/Buttons/export-page it should display a title with no text at all and press the chevron next to the "edit" pencil and close button. Then select clone from the popup menu.
    Now you should be looking at "Edit tiddler" a tiddler with a title with a number like $:/core/ui/Buttons/export-page 1 you can keep that or rename it to whatever you want. Make sure you keep the system tags as they are.
    Now you have to edit in the text of the Tiddler where you see macro code, there is a filter bit that looks like

     exportFilter="[!is[system]sort[title]]" 
    ```You have to change that filter to one that you need. In your case, you seem to want newest->older, that's inverse of the sort by created field (or modified).
    Which translates into filter language as !sort[created] (! means inverse the order, sort by date created). So you have to change that bit to:
     exportFilter="[!is[system]!sort[created]]"

    ```Alternatively, you may want to use the "modified" field of tiddlers. So this means:

         exportFilter="[!is[system]!sort[modified]]"
    ```I also recommend you to change the description field too. This is what gets displayed after the button in Tools, so it may be easier to identify your button from the default one without changing the image unless you want that. Basically I suggest you change the description field to:

    {{$:/language/Buttons/ExportPage/Hint}} by date created
    ```Sorry for being so verbose and for the long text. I hope it helps.
    Best wishes in your TiddlyWiki-ing.

    黒雪姫 * Okay, I checked the "Export All" button that's on the version used on the site https://tiddlywiki.com/ and it doesn't give me recent order, instead it gives me order by title.
    Anyway, what you probably want to do is to modify the behavior of "Export All". Like usual to TiddlyWiki it is better to add things that do not change Shadow Tiddlers, if that's acceptable. So your solution is to clone the "Export All" Button.
    The tiddler holding Export All button is: $:/core/ui/Buttons/export-page
    (You can navigate to that using the "Advanced Search" select "Shadow" instead of "system" from "Tools" or browse to it using "More" then "Explorer" and look for the "folders" until you find it. Don't forget to click "Shadow" if you use "advanced search")
    So after you found it, it is a shadow tiddler, you have to clone that. Simply open the tiddler $:/core/ui/Buttons/export-page it should display a title with no text at all and press the chevron next to the "edit" pencil and close button. Then select clone from the popup menu.
    Now you should be looking at "Edit tiddler" a tiddler with a title with a number like $:/core/ui/Buttons/export-page 1 you can keep that or rename it to whatever you want. Make sure you keep the system tags as they are.
    Now you have to edit in the text of the Tiddler where you see macro code, there is a filter bit that looks like

     exportFilter="[!is[system]sort[title]]"

    You have to change that filter to one that you need. In your case, you seem to want newest->older, that's inverse of the sort by created field (or modified).
    Which translates into filter language as !sort[created] (! means inverse the order, sort by date created). So you have to change that bit to:

     exportFilter="[!is[system]!sort[created]]"
     exportFilter="[!is[system]!sort[modified]]"
     {{$:/language/Buttons/ExportPage/Hint}} by date created

    Best wishes in your TiddlyWiki-ing.

    黒雪姫 * Okay, I checked the "Export All" button that's on the version used on the site https://tiddlywiki.com/ and it doesn't give me recent order, instead it gives me order by title.
    Anyway, what you probably want to do is to modify the behavior of "Export All". Like usual to TiddlyWiki it is better to add things that do not change Shadow Tiddlers, if that's acceptable. So your solution is to clone the "Export All" Button.
    The tiddler holding Export All button is: $:/core/ui/Buttons/export-page
    (You can navigate to that using the "Advanced Search" select "Shadow" instead of "system" from "Tools" or browse to it using "More" then "Explorer" and look for the "folders" until you find it. Don't forget to click "Shadow" if you use "advanced search")
    So after you found it, it is a shadow tiddler, you have to clone that. Simply open the tiddler $:/core/ui/Buttons/export-page it should display a title with no text at all and press the chevron next to the "edit" pencil and close button. Then select clone from the popup menu.
    Now you should be looking at "Edit tiddler" a tiddler with a title with a number like $:/core/ui/Buttons/export-page 1 you can keep that or rename it to whatever you want. Make sure you keep the system tags as they are.
    Now you have to edit in the text of the Tiddler where you see macro code, there is a filter bit that looks like

     exportFilter="[!is[system]sort[title]]"

    You have to change that filter to one that you need. In your case, you seem to want newest->older, that's inverse of the sort by created field (or modified).
    Which translates into filter language as !sort[created] (! means inverse the order, sort by date created). So you have to change that bit to:

     exportFilter="[!is[system]!sort[created]]"

    exportFilter="[!is[system]!sort[modified]]"

     {{$:/language/Buttons/ExportPage/Hint}} by date created

    Best wishes in your TiddlyWiki-ing.

    Mandar Vaze
    @mandarvaze
    @matrixbot Thanks a lot. Yes, it worked :tada:
    Additional question ? How Do I "hide" tiddlers like the one I just created (Per your instructions above)
    I would like to export "normal" tiddlers only. One above was a "clone" of shadow tiddler, but does not have any contents.
    Mandar Vaze
    @mandarvaze
    BTW, I added a tag "HiddenFromExport" and added !tag[HiddenFromExport] to the filter :smile:
    ShadowKyogre
    @ShadowKyogre
    Hey everyone! Got a question - the currentTiddler variable in the edit version of the tiddler is always set to "Draft of" prefixed of the original. In the preview pane, that prevents correctly previewing some things that require the current unprefixed name of the tiddler. How can I fix the preview pane tiddler to work around this issue?
    ShadowKyogre
    @ShadowKyogre
    $:/core/ui/EditTemplate/body/preview/output , $:/core/ui/EditTemplate/body , and $:/core/ui/EditTemplate seem to be the most relevant ones to edit.
    ShadowKyogre
    @ShadowKyogre
    $:/core/modules/widgets/navigator.js
    Derp, meant to say that that tiddler indicates editing is done on a draft tiddler, then written back to the original
    Andrew Pashkin
    @AndreiPashkin
    Hi, guys!
    I wonder - is it possible to select all sub-tiddlers of a tiddler in a table of contents using a filter?
    For example if I have a ToC like that: Foo -> Bar -> Baz - can I somehow make a filter that would return Bar, Baz if given Foo as an input?
    Jan-Oliver Kaiser
    @Janno
    I am using the gitlab saver and after saving successfully for the first time it now keeps telling me that the file it's trying to add (/wiki/index.html) already exists. has the gitlab api changed?