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AbegoExtensions - TiddlyWiki macros, plugins and other extensions

AbegoExtensions - TiddlyWiki macros, plugins and other extensions
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SidebarPluginVault - TiddlyWiki plugins and extensions Bullet List Accordion Menu Bullet List Accordion Menu In this menu example, the menu headers are H3 tags, with each sub menu being UL tags that expand/ contract. A CSS class gets dynamically added to a header when it's expanded to style the expanded header. The headers are toggled via "click" of the mouse, and all headers can be collapsed. The previous expanded header (if any) is closed before expanding the current. Required external file (right click, and select "Save As"): ddaccordion.js Full HTML Source: The menu uses three images for the purpose of styling the menu (download by right clicking, and select "Save As"): See the frontpage of Accordion Content script for a full explanation of each setting inside the script. Bullet List Accordion Menu with nested levels The same menu as above, but this one illustrates how you would add a collapsible second level. The menu also uses three images for the purpose of styling the menu (download by right clicking, and select "Save As"):

LinkToMeMacro - brought to you by MonkeyPirateTiddlyWiki VisualTW - Wysiwyg, tabs, fields editor and encryption plugins Welcome to TiddlyWiki created by Jeremy Ruston, Copyright © 2007 UnaMesa Association <div id="javascriptWarning">This page requires JavaScript to function properly.</p><p>If you are using Microsoft Internet Explorer you may need to click on the yellow bar above and select 'Allow Blocked Content'. You must then click 'Yes' on the following security warning. savetest EasyEditPlugin Background: #fff Foreground: #000 PrimaryPale: #8cf PrimaryLight: #18f PrimaryMid: #04b PrimaryDark: #014 SecondaryPale: #ffc SecondaryLight: #fe8 SecondaryMid: #db4 SecondaryDark: #841 TertiaryPale: #eee TertiaryLight: #ccc TertiaryMid: #999 TertiaryDark: #666 Error: #f88

MPTW - tiddlywiki powered up (2.5.3) TiddlySnip - Firefox extension that lets you use your TiddlyWiki as a scrapbook Small Tools for Big Ideas™ Call directly into TW core utility routines, define new functions, calculate values, add dynamically-generated TiddlyWiki-formatted output into tiddler content, or perform any other programmatic actions each time the tiddler is rendered. Documentation see InlineJavascriptPluginInfo Revisions 2010.12.15 1.9.6 allow (but ignore) type="..." syntax 2005.11.08 1.0.0 initial release Code Backward-compatibility for TW2.1.x and earlier if (typeof(wikifyPlainText)=="undefined") window.wikifyPlainText=function(text,limit,tiddler) { if(limit > 0) text = text.substr(0,limit); var wikifier = new Wikifier(text,formatter,null,tiddler); return wikifier.wikifyPlain(); } GLOBAL FUNCTION: $(...) — 'shorthand' convenience syntax for document.getElementById() if (typeof($)=='undefined') { function $(id) { return document.getElementById(id.replace(/^#/,'')); } }

FND's DevPad - Experimental TiddlyWiki Projects (eternally work User Guides ''~TiddlySnip is a Firefox extension that lets you use your ~TiddlyWiki as a scrapbook! Simply select text, right click and choose '~TiddlySnip selection'. Next time you open your ~TiddlyWiki file, your snippets will be there, already tagged and organised.'' <! js/author/rsshack.js <! ''[[TiddlySnip 1.01beta|tiddlysnip1.01beta.xpi]]''\n\nNew features:\n*save selections as html (including links) or as plain text\n*html snippets are wrapped in {{{<html></html>}}} tags\n*plain snippets are wrapped in {{{<nowiki></nowiki>}}} tags\n*''[[MiniTiddlyServer| support (as of MTS version 0.8RC2)\n**save snippets online. *1.0 ~RC1 - 19-01-2007\n This guide will take you through all the configuration options for ~TiddlySnip, one at a time, to help you get it setup to your liking. !! !! !! !! Any contributions to the development of ~TiddlySnip are most welcome via the [[TiddlySnip GoogleGroup| About \n!!

TypeLink. Your own cloud-based wiki notepad, accessible anywhere TNW Quick Hit TypeLink (free) is a cloud-based personal wiki notepad. One types on an iOS device or the service’s site, and it syncs information entered across each device. Hits: Minimalist design, allowing one to organize information easily, share it with others and access it at any time. Misses: No Android app, yet. Overall: 4.5/5 The Details: For the most part it’s safe to assume we are all note takers in some form, composing them on sticky notes, paper, one’s hands, smartphones, computers, and now tablets. It’s also safe to assume, with the rise of e-mail, document sharing over e-mail has grown, with individuals e-mailing documents back and forth, back and forth, and so on, each time the document requires a revision or is lost by one of the parties. TypeLink, created by Joshua Justice, is a dead simple method of creating a personal, cloud-based, wiki with limitless potential. To begin, create a free account on TypeLink’s site, then download the free iPhone and iPad apps.

TiddlyThemes TiddlyVault - An index of TiddlyWiki extensions from MonkeyPirateTiddlyWiki - some plugins and hacks for tiddlywiki ( * A tiddler's tags are show ''above'' the tiddlers title (instead of in a right-floated box).\n* A tiddler's tagging list is shown ''below'' the tiddlers content (instead of in a left-floated box).\n* When editing a tiddler the tags edit box is above the tiddler content (instead of below).\nThese layout changes are done with small changes to ViewTemplate (See TagglyTaggingViewTempplate) and EditTemplate (see TagglyTaggingEditTemplate) and with some CSS from TagglyTaggingStyles. The default TW tagging macro is called "tagging". The "New Here" button is optional but very useful. This is also optional. TagglyTagging (also known as "TagglyWiki Style Tagging") is set of plugins, templates and styles you can install in your TiddlyWiki that let you use tagging in powerful and useful ways. Actually a lot less than there used to be since TiddlyWiki version 2.0! TagglyTagging lets you better utilise the power of tagging your TiddlyWiki data. See TagglyTaggingHistory. sdfdfg Mmm... beer\n[img[XXXX|..

MonkeyPirateTiddlyWiki - some plugins and hacks for tiddlywiki (2.0.10) * A tiddler's tags are show ''above'' the tiddlers title (instead of in a right-floated box).\n* A tiddler's tagging list is shown ''below'' the tiddlers content (instead of in a left-floated box).\n* When editing a tiddler the tags edit box is above the tiddler content (instead of below).\nThese layout changes are done with small changes to ViewTemplate (See TagglyTaggingViewTempplate) and EditTemplate (see TagglyTaggingEditTemplate) and with some CSS from TagglyTaggingStyles.\n The default TW tagging macro is called "tagging". The "New Here" button is optional but very useful. This is also optional. TagglyTagging (also known as "TagglyWiki Style Tagging") is set of plugins, templates and styles you can install in your TiddlyWiki that let you use tagging in powerful and useful ways. Actually a lot less than there used to be since TiddlyWiki version 2.0! TagglyTagging lets you better utilise the power of tagging your TiddlyWiki data. See TagglyTaggingHistory. sdfdfg <<clock2 350>>

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