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[tw] Grouping Terminology in Links
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h0p3
2018-02-09 21:09:07 UTC
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Sometimes I spend time defining particular words in my wiki. I often link
to my definitions in my writing. I write at high speed, and when I'm in the
flow state, I don't have time to think about what the title of a
definition's tiddler is. I can't afford to be bothered by it because I will
lose track of what I'm trying to say.

How do I make sure all of these:

- Maxim
- maxim
- Maxims
- maxims

...are automatically pointing to (or redirecting to) "Maxim"?

I truly hate doing this by tranclusions or going back to write
[[foobar|Maxim]] each time. Am I using the wiki incorrectly? Please, tell
me the idiomatic art of handling this problem (which I assume is common).
Is there a tool that can handle this? Please, let me know. Do I need to
build a tool for this? Please point me in the right direction. Also, feel
free to tell me to "suck it up" and just do it by hand.
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'Mark S.' via TiddlyWiki
2018-02-09 21:15:38 UTC
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It sounds like you need PMario's uni-link plugin for aliases. He's even got
a video here:



Good luck
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Sometimes I spend time defining particular words in my wiki. I often link
to my definitions in my writing. I write at high speed, and when I'm in the
flow state, I don't have time to think about what the title of a
definition's tiddler is. I can't afford to be bothered by it because I will
lose track of what I'm trying to say.
- Maxim
- maxim
- Maxims
- maxims
...are automatically pointing to (or redirecting to) "Maxim"?
I truly hate doing this by tranclusions or going back to write
[[foobar|Maxim]] each time. Am I using the wiki incorrectly? Please, tell
me the idiomatic art of handling this problem (which I assume is common).
Is there a tool that can handle this? Please, let me know. Do I need to
build a tool for this? Please point me in the right direction. Also, feel
free to tell me to "suck it up" and just do it by hand.
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PMario
2018-02-09 21:43:41 UTC
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Post by 'Mark S.' via TiddlyWiki
It sounds like you need PMario's uni-link plugin for aliases. He's even
As Mark points out https://wikilabs.github.io/editions/uni-link/ may be an
option.

Not 100% what you describe, but imo worth a try.

have fun!
mario
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h0p3
2018-02-10 19:37:02 UTC
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Thank you both! I appreciate it. This can do what I need it to do. It
throws off my coloration, but I think I can fix it.
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