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    Enis Hoca
    @enishoca
    its listening etc - but when i create new notes they are not being saved to the server?
    what am I missing
    it seems to download the page if I click on the checkbox
    matrixbot
    @matrixbot

    Did you make your folder to have the server edition?

    tiddlywiki --init server mynewwiki2

    Basically it sounds to me like the "server saving" plugin is not enabled, which is what the "server edition" is all about, it just has the server plugin in the configuration. I hope this helps

    I got the command line wrong, excuse me.

    tiddlywiki mynewwiki2 --init server

    and after that, you use your command to start it

    tiddlywiki mynewwiki2 --listen port=80 host=192.168.1.20
    Enis Hoca
    @enishoca
    thanks - I did exactly that - the server is on a linux system I am accessing from Brave running on mac - wonder if Brave is doing something funny or if I need a browser extension
    matrixbot
    @matrixbot

    > <@gitter_enishoca:matrix.org> it seems to download the page if I click on the checkbox

    checkbox? They changed the checkbox button to a cloud one for the server edition which asks you for 4 options.

    Basically, the version I use is TiddlyWiki 5.1.22

    It should have these 4 plugins:

    • Core
    • File System
    • Highlight (optional really)
    • TiddlyWeb

    And here is how it looks the button.

    https://i.imgur.com/b1bbOuM.png

    and you should receive this in the console.

     syncer-server-filesystem: Dispatching 'save' task: $:/StoryList
    Serving on http://127.0.0.1:80
    (press ctrl-C to exit)
     syncer-server-filesystem: Dispatching 'save' task: $:/StoryList
     syncer-server-filesystem: Dispatching 'save' task: $:/StoryList
     syncer-server-filesystem: Dispatching 'save' task: $:/StoryList
     syncer-server-filesystem: Dispatching 'save' task: Draft of 'New Tiddler'
     syncer-server-filesystem: Dispatching 'save' task: Draft of 'New Tiddler'
     syncer-server-filesystem: Dispatching 'save' task: Draft of 'New Tiddler'
     syncer-server-filesystem: Dispatching 'save' task: Draft of 'New Tiddler'
     syncer-server-filesystem: Dispatching 'save' task: $:/StoryList
     syncer-server-filesystem: Dispatching 'save' task: New Tiddler
     syncer-server-filesystem: Dispatching 'delete' task: Draft of 'New Tiddler'
     syncer-server-filesystem: Dispatching 'save' task: $:/StoryList

    It works for me, but I am using Brave on Windows. However I can recommend you to try with a different browser (because I doubt it is brave or if it is, allow it to run scripts from that webpage because I know it blocks them by not by default)

    If you confirmed it is not hte browser. I recommend you to check the read/write permissions for the directory and what user it may be running (because I recall that was an issue in the past)

    I am sorry that I cannot help more than this. Good luck.

    Enis Hoca
    @enishoca
    thanks - I uninstalled the npm package, reinstalled it and everything works fine now. may be there was a glitch in the package installation
    jamestthompson3
    @jamestthompson3
    Hi folks! Does anybody know of a guide on how to move an existing TW5 page to tiddlywiki server? It seems that when I init a new project, it saves individual tidders and not the TW file itself to disk.
    Ah, actually drag and drop works! Very cool!
    matrixbot
    @matrixbot
    Yes, it saves individual tiddlers. That's a "Wiki Folder". And I highly recommend Drag and drop as a way to import .html file to a "wiki folder". Alternatively you can either import the .html (which does the same thing) or convert it to a "wiki folder" using the command line.
    Lucian Ursu
    @LucianU
    hello. I find myself wanting the following:
    I have a tiddler that references the names of other tiddlers in the body.
    I want to toggle transcluding the contents of all those referenced tiddlers but also keep the titles of the tiddlers above their transcluded contents.
    is there a plugin that does this?
    Devin Weaver
    @sukima
    Anyone know how to search tiddlers for partial matches on a field? I have a bunch of tiddler which all have a caption field. I can [field:caption[The exact Match]] but I need a way to do something like [field:caption[*partial*]]. Any ideas?
    The simple search doesn't seem to scan fields unfortunatly.
    Thomas Elmiger
    @telmiger_twitter

    @sukima

    The simple search doesn't seem to scan fields unfortunatly.

    Not sure what you mean by simple search. My plugin called simple search does this: "Primary results are listed for tiddlers containing the search term in the title OR the caption fields." See https://tid.li/tw5/plugins.html#%24%3A%2Fplugins%2Ftelmiger%2Fsimple-search
    If this doesnt help, you should find the solution from here: https://tiddlywiki.com/#search%20Operator – it might be using search instead of field: [search:caption[arch]] – see examples linked in the docs.

    matrixbot
    @matrixbot
    Devin Weaver (Gitter): Try to do [search:caption[partial]]
    matrixbot
    @matrixbot

    Lucian Ursu (Gitter): I think Tobias Beer's inc plugin is something you would like. I am not sure if it is exactly what you want but it should be close enough: http://tobibeer.github.io/tw5-plugins/#inc alternatively, you could see this one too https://giffmex.org/gifts/transclusioninpopups.html but it pretty much has nothing to do with what you said.

    Good luck!

    Devin Weaver
    @sukima
    Nice. Thanks 悪
    matrixbot
    @matrixbot
    Heernis
    @Heernis_gitlab
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    DeltaF1
    @DeltaF1
    Noob question here: I'm trying to use the put saver in my wiki for an experimental p2p saving method. I edited the js in the wiki file so that canSave always returns true, but it's still not showing up in my savers list. Is there a step I'm missing?
    DeltaF1
    @DeltaF1
    nvm, it just doesn't show up in the savers list.
    but it still runs when I press save
    Christopher P. Yarger
    @cpyarger
    Does anyone have experience getting the gitea saver working?
    Every time it tries saving it returns with a 422 error
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    Christopher P. Yarger
    @cpyarger
    The issue lies in the content type, For some reason TiddlyWiki wants the key as Content-type and the gitea saver has it set as Content-Type
    Devin Weaver
    @sukima
    Any plugin devs around? I am working on a Widget but found that the this.renderChildren() method is not expanding all the WikiText when the content is a <$transclude /> Is there a missing step?
    Devin Weaver
    @sukima
    The <$transclude /> Must be surrounded by blank lines. Weird
    Mario Pietsch
    @pmario
    Hi @sukima, You may use it "inline" try mode=block
    It's tricky for the parser to reliably "detect" inline or block mode. So it needs help from the "author" ;)
    Devin Weaver
    @sukima
    Thanks mode=block also worked. I forgot about that one. Thanks
    Tejasvi S Tomar
    @tejasvi
    Why empty text link like [[|title]] works in tiddler but not when imported through macro ([[|"""$title$"""]]?
    I am trying to get transclusions listed as backlinks
    Tejasvi S Tomar
    @tejasvi
    Links generated by macros are Soft links which are not supported by backlinks. https://tiddlywiki.com/static/Hard%2520and%2520Soft%2520Links.html Now the question is how to get hard links from macro?
    2 replies
    JohnTheodore
    @JohnTheodore
    What is the best android app folks recommend? I just setup tiddlywiki for the first time, I wanted to sync my wiki file over google drive, and edit things on android.
    JohnTheodore
    @JohnTheodore
    I tried Tiddloid and Quinoid. They do seem to sync to my google drive. Though I basically have to quit the android app, and start it fresh in order to get it to load any changes I make on my laptop. Is there any trick to getting these android/mac apps to sync more frequently?
    Devin Weaver
    @sukima
    Kinda struggling with this one. I have a widget and I want to pass it a paramerter the result of calling the <<datauri …>> macro. For example <$codeblock code=<<datauri "HelloThere">> /> completely does not work. Please help
    2 replies
    Devin Weaver
    @sukima
    I guess this is impossible. :frowning:
    Devin Weaver
    @sukima
    That works because the datauri is used to render. I need to pass the value to a widget attribute.
    Sylvain Comte
    @sycom_gitlab
    I think it depends on the widget you're targetting. codeblock is special since it's waiting for a raw text parameter...
    matrixbot
    @matrixbot
    My message doesn't seem to have been sent, so I will write it again, excuse me.

    Devin Weaver (Gitter): I think you had a similar issue before, I am not sure will it work in your case.... but the fix should be like this....

    <$wikify name="NotHelloThere" text=<<datauri "HelloThere">> >
    <$codeblock code=<<NotHelloThere>> />
    </$wikify>

    Otherwise a macro always runs at a 1 step level unless it is in a "wikified" widget or on a tiddler that is type text/vnd.tiddlywiki
    This macro properly rendered to me as data:text/vnd.tiddlywiki,''Have%20you%20ever%20had%20the%20feeling
    In very rare cases, a macro runs more than 1 step level in widget's attributes. So it is not "always" like how I said. It is most of the times. It is magical when it works on more steps though, but for the most part, it is achieved with wikify widget.

    Sorry for the late reply. And now that this didn't receive. I sent this 1 day after you asked.

    Okay, I see it now on gitter, so it sent.
    You need to use $wikify widget to pass whatever is rendered. It doesn't gets rendered unless it was in WikiText so text/vnd.tiddlywiki.
    Devin Weaver
    @sukima
    Wikify! I bet that is the missing magic sauce. Thank you!
    matrixbot
    @matrixbot
    I am sorry that you didn't receive my answer earlier, I am using an awfully slow Matrix server. I really hope it helps you! Cheers!
    Sylvain Comte
    @sycom_gitlab
    Great!
    Lucian Ursu
    @LucianU
    is there a way to change the way permalinks are created? I'd rather replace spaces with dashes than have them url-encoded.
    I saw a tiddlywiki page mention that you can create permalinks manually, but it didn't say how
    Devin Weaver
    @sukima
    Not without changing the internal boot system. Probably doable via a specialized plugin or shadow tiddler override but I could imagine it getting technical brittle, and complicated. As far as I know. Maybe others have a better perspective?