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[tw] Twitter: The Official Plugin -- YES!
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@TiddlyTweeter
2017-05-17 18:07:27 UTC
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Hardly noticed yet is the really, really good Official Plugin for Twitter
embeds in TiddlyWiki.

Its *very comprehensive* and makes much, much easier the embedding of
Twitter posts, timelines, as well as follow & mention buttons.

This, taken alongside the recent development of native TW tools for direct
posting to Twitter, makes it a very inviting and rounded aspect of social
networking very well supported by TW.

Lets have a bit of flag-waving for it :-).

Best wishes
Josiah
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TW Smith
2017-07-07 01:18:41 UTC
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Hi,

I found the official Twitter plugin in TiddlyWiki official plugins.

And, it seems I can install it.

And, I can type <$twitter> in my script.

But, I don't know how to use this plugin. For example, can I embed tweets
with a hashtag? Embed posts from a ***@TwitterAccount, or how else can
I use this?

I am new to plugins. I figured this would be an introduction, but I can't
find documentation on using this.

Thanks for any advise.

Sean
Post by @TiddlyTweeter
Hardly noticed yet is the really, really good Official Plugin for Twitter
embeds in TiddlyWiki.
Its *very comprehensive* and makes much, much easier the embedding of
Twitter posts, timelines, as well as follow & mention buttons.
This, taken alongside the recent development of native TW tools for direct
posting to Twitter, makes it a very inviting and rounded aspect of social
networking now very well supported by TW.
Lets have a bit of flag-waving for it :-).
Best wishes
Josiah
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@TiddlyTweeter
2017-07-07 08:43:51 UTC
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Ciao TW Smith

Its actually easy to use. Much easier than having to embed the various
Twitter gizmos by the normal route.

At first it looks complicated. It isn't when you "twig it". You to need
experiment a bit to understand how to use it.

I suggest you navigate to Control Panel > Plugins

Then click on "Twitter for TiddlyWiki" then the "*usage*" tab for the
plugin to see the options.



Here is an example. Copy the text below into a new Tiddler and the timeline
for @TiddlyTweeter should appear. You just change "TiddlyTweeter" to any
Twitter address you want. The same applies to all the other examples. Save
the Tiddler. Refresh the browser. Hopefully, voila!

<$twitter type="timelineUrl" url="https://twitter.com/TiddlyTweeter"/>

Two things to note ...

1 - You must save and then REFESH for it work.

2 - The Twitter official plugin is aimed solely at embedding single tweets
and various types of timeline. *Its does NOT enable direct tweeting of
Tiddlers*. For that you need other tools.

Best wishes
Josiah
Post by TW Smith
I am new to plugins. I figured this would be an introduction, but I can't
find documentation on using this.
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TW Smith
2017-07-10 13:23:18 UTC
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Grazie. Thanks for getting back so quickly. Will give it a whirl.

Cheers,

Sean
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Ciao TW Smith
Its actually easy to use. Much easier than having to embed the various
Twitter gizmos by the normal route.
At first it looks complicated. It isn't when you "twig it". You to need
experiment a bit to understand how to use it.
I suggest you navigate to Control Panel > Plugins
Then click on "Twitter for TiddlyWiki" then the "*usage*" tab for the
plugin to see the options.
Here is an example. Copy the text below into a new Tiddler and the
to any Twitter address you want. The same applies to all the other
examples. Save the Tiddler. Refresh the browser. Hopefully, voila!
<$twitter type="timelineUrl" url="https://twitter.com/TiddlyTweeter"/>
Two things to note ...
1 - You must save and then REFESH for it work.
2 - The Twitter official plugin is aimed solely at embedding single tweets
and various types of timeline. *Its does NOT enable direct tweeting of
Tiddlers*. For that you need other tools.
Best wishes
Josiah
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I am new to plugins. I figured this would be an introduction, but I can't
find documentation on using this.
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TW Smith
2017-07-11 01:05:51 UTC
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Brilliant. I am on my way!
Post by @TiddlyTweeter
Ciao TW Smith
Its actually easy to use. Much easier than having to embed the various
Twitter gizmos by the normal route.
At first it looks complicated. It isn't when you "twig it". You to need
experiment a bit to understand how to use it.
I suggest you navigate to Control Panel > Plugins
Then click on "Twitter for TiddlyWiki" then the "*usage*" tab for the
plugin to see the options.
Here is an example. Copy the text below into a new Tiddler and the
to any Twitter address you want. The same applies to all the other
examples. Save the Tiddler. Refresh the browser. Hopefully, voila!
<$twitter type="timelineUrl" url="https://twitter.com/TiddlyTweeter"/>
Two things to note ...
1 - You must save and then REFESH for it work.
2 - The Twitter official plugin is aimed solely at embedding single tweets
and various types of timeline. *Its does NOT enable direct tweeting of
Tiddlers*. For that you need other tools.
Best wishes
Josiah
Post by TW Smith
I am new to plugins. I figured this would be an introduction, but I can't
find documentation on using this.
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TW Smith
2017-12-04 01:32:51 UTC
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Hi,

Okay, am back to this. I can get the example to work and pull in tweets
from an account, like my Seanb_scsu account. But, is there a way to pull in
based on Twitter hashtag and also a way to not pull in old Tweets, based on
date? For example I'd be really interested in limiting the Tweets pulled in
to a semester or a year at most.

Thoughts?

Cheers,

Sean
Post by TW Smith
Brilliant. I am on my way!
Post by @TiddlyTweeter
Ciao TW Smith
Its actually easy to use. Much easier than having to embed the various
Twitter gizmos by the normal route.
At first it looks complicated. It isn't when you "twig it". You to need
experiment a bit to understand how to use it.
I suggest you navigate to Control Panel > Plugins
Then click on "Twitter for TiddlyWiki" then the "*usage*" tab for the
plugin to see the options.
Here is an example. Copy the text below into a new Tiddler and the
to any Twitter address you want. The same applies to all the other
examples. Save the Tiddler. Refresh the browser. Hopefully, voila!
<$twitter type="timelineUrl" url="https://twitter.com/TiddlyTweeter"/>
Two things to note ...
1 - You must save and then REFESH for it work.
2 - The Twitter official plugin is aimed solely at embedding single
tweets and various types of timeline. *Its does NOT enable direct
tweeting of Tiddlers*. For that you need other tools.
Best wishes
Josiah
Post by TW Smith
I am new to plugins. I figured this would be an introduction, but I
can't find documentation on using this.
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@TiddlyTweeter
2017-12-04 12:33:50 UTC
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Ciao Sean

@Jermolene's Twitter Feeds plugin is, as far as I understand it, fully
open to the Twitter API for feeds.

I'll have a look and see if it has access to the filtering you need.

Later
Josiah
Post by TW Smith
Hi,
Okay, am back to this. I can get the example to work and pull in tweets
from an account, like my Seanb_scsu account. But, is there a way to pull in
based on Twitter hashtag and also a way to not pull in old Tweets, based on
date? For example I'd be really interested in limiting the Tweets pulled in
to a semester or a year at most.
Thoughts?
Cheers,
Sean
Post by TW Smith
Brilliant. I am on my way!
Post by @TiddlyTweeter
Ciao TW Smith
Its actually easy to use. Much easier than having to embed the various
Twitter gizmos by the normal route.
At first it looks complicated. It isn't when you "twig it". You to need
experiment a bit to understand how to use it.
I suggest you navigate to Control Panel > Plugins
Then click on "Twitter for TiddlyWiki" then the "*usage*" tab for the
plugin to see the options.
Here is an example. Copy the text below into a new Tiddler and the
to any Twitter address you want. The same applies to all the other
examples. Save the Tiddler. Refresh the browser. Hopefully, voila!
<$twitter type="timelineUrl" url="https://twitter.com/TiddlyTweeter"/>
Two things to note ...
1 - You must save and then REFESH for it work.
2 - The Twitter official plugin is aimed solely at embedding single
tweets and various types of timeline. *Its does NOT enable direct
tweeting of Tiddlers*. For that you need other tools.
Best wishes
Josiah
Post by TW Smith
I am new to plugins. I figured this would be an introduction, but I
can't find documentation on using this.
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TW Smith
2017-12-10 22:40:01 UTC
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Hi,

So, @Jermolene's Twitter plugin is very comprehensive. And, I can embed
Tweets from a Twitter user, based on username.

What I would like to do is embed content based on hasgtag. I note that
there's a hashtag button in hte plugin, but that's different. The hashtag
button let's me click and Tweet with the hashtag that is identified. So, I
could post using <$twitter type="hashtagButton" hashtag="TiddlyWiki"/> and
sign into Twitter and Tweet with that hashtag.

Instead, I am looking to embed Tweets with a given hashtag.

Thoughts?

Cheers,

Sean
Post by @TiddlyTweeter
Ciao Sean
@Jermolene's Twitter Feeds plugin is, as far as I understand it, fully
open to the Twitter API for feeds.
I'll have a look and see if it has access to the filtering you need.
Later
Josiah
Post by TW Smith
Hi,
Okay, am back to this. I can get the example to work and pull in tweets
from an account, like my Seanb_scsu account. But, is there a way to pull in
based on Twitter hashtag and also a way to not pull in old Tweets, based on
date? For example I'd be really interested in limiting the Tweets pulled in
to a semester or a year at most.
Thoughts?
Cheers,
Sean
Post by TW Smith
Brilliant. I am on my way!
Post by @TiddlyTweeter
Ciao TW Smith
Its actually easy to use. Much easier than having to embed the various
Twitter gizmos by the normal route.
At first it looks complicated. It isn't when you "twig it". You to need
experiment a bit to understand how to use it.
I suggest you navigate to Control Panel > Plugins
Then click on "Twitter for TiddlyWiki" then the "*usage*" tab for the
plugin to see the options.
Here is an example. Copy the text below into a new Tiddler and the
to any Twitter address you want. The same applies to all the other
examples. Save the Tiddler. Refresh the browser. Hopefully, voila!
<$twitter type="timelineUrl" url="https://twitter.com/TiddlyTweeter"/>
Two things to note ...
1 - You must save and then REFESH for it work.
2 - The Twitter official plugin is aimed solely at embedding single
tweets and various types of timeline. *Its does NOT enable direct
tweeting of Tiddlers*. For that you need other tools.
Best wishes
Josiah
Post by TW Smith
I am new to plugins. I figured this would be an introduction, but I
can't find documentation on using this.
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Jeremy Ruston
2017-12-12 15:49:55 UTC
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What I would like to do is embed content based on hasgtag
This can be done as follows:

1. Visit https://twitter.com/settings/widgets <https://twitter.com/settings/widgets> and create a new “search” widget that shows your desired timeline
2. Extract the id of the widget from the embedded markup that Twitter displays (it will appear within the extract as data-widget-id=“940608834741121025” or similar
3. Insert it into the following markup:

<$twitter type="timelineWidget" widgetId="940608834741121025"/>

There are some docs here:

https://tiddlywiki.com/#%24%3A%2Fplugins%2Ftiddlywiki%2Ftwitter%2Fusage%2Fwidgettimeline <https://tiddlywiki.com/#$:/plugins/tiddlywiki/twitter/usage/widgettimeline>

Best wishes

Jeremy.
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TW Smith
2018-01-02 00:55:58 UTC
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Thanks Jeremy. This worked perfectly.

Along these lines, what should I be thinking of in terms of using Twitter
within TW? Can you recommend any particular use cases?

Cheers,

Sean
Post by TW Smith
What I would like to do is embed content based on hasgtag
1. Visit https://twitter.com/settings/widgets and create a new “search”
widget that shows your desired timeline
2. Extract the id of the widget from the embedded markup that Twitter
displays (it will appear within the extract as
data-widget-id=“940608834741121025” or similar
<$twitter type="timelineWidget" widgetId="940608834741121025"/>
https://tiddlywiki.com/#%24%3A%2Fplugins%2Ftiddlywiki%2Ftwitter%2Fusage%2Fwidgettimeline
<https://tiddlywiki.com/#$:/plugins/tiddlywiki/twitter/usage/widgettimeline>
Best wishes
Jeremy.
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s***@gmail.com
2017-12-11 16:46:32 UTC
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I really like the idea of the Twitter plugin. However, whenever I try to
embed a single tweet or a Twitter feed, all I get is "Can't render tweet".
This applies even to the example in the "usage" tab of the plugin. This
happens in standalone TW 5.1.14, in Firefox and Chrome/Chromium, both on
Windows and on Linux.

Does anyone have an idea why?

Thank you,

Stef
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@TiddlyTweeter
2017-12-11 17:00:43 UTC
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First off. Try again after a refesh.

Not working? What browser are you on?
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I really like the idea of the Twitter plugin. However, whenever I try to
embed a single tweet or a Twitter feed, all I get is "Can't render tweet".
This applies even to the example in the "usage" tab of the plugin. This
happens in standalone TW 5.1.14, in Firefox and Chrome/Chromium, both on
Windows and on Linux.
Does anyone have an idea why?
Thank you,
Stef
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2017-12-11 17:15:39 UTC
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First off. Try again after a refesh.
Thank you! Strangely enough, the following approach really works: Open TW,
download Twitter plugin, save, reload (Twitter plugin still doesn't work),
save TW again, reload => Twitter plugin works. Even the sample tweet in the
documentation of the plugin only appeared after the second reload. I wonder
why...

I did this in Firefox 52.5.0. Haven't tried it in Chrome and on Linux yet
(the problem occurred there, too).

Cheers,

Stef
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2017-12-11 17:21:33 UTC
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First off. Try again after a refesh.
Thank you! Strangely enough, the following approach really works: Open TW, download Twitter plugin, save, reload (Twitter plugin still doesn't work), save TW again, reload => Twitter plugin works. Even the sample tweet in the documentation of the plugin only appeared after the second reload. I wonder why

A standard but confusing behaviour of certain plugins is that it takes two “save cycles” for them to work properly.

The reason is that the plugin hooks into the “save” process itself in order to pull in Twitter’s scripts. At the point of the first save after downloading the plugin, it isn’t actually installed, and so doesn’t get a chance to apply it’s hook. After the reload, the plugin is properly installed and so the save hook works properly.

Best wishes

Jeremy.
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I did this in Firefox 52.5.0. Haven't tried it in Chrome and on Linux yet (the problem occurred there, too).
Cheers,
Stef
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coda coder
2017-12-11 18:04:57 UTC
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Post by Jeremy Ruston
A standard but confusing behaviour of certain plugins is that it takes two
“save cycles” for them to work properly.
The reason is that the plugin hooks into the “save” process itself in
order to pull in Twitter’s scripts. At the point of the first save after
downloading the plugin, it isn’t actually installed, and so doesn’t get a
chance to apply it’s hook. After the reload, the plugin is properly
installed and so the save hook works properly.
I had a similar issue so I thought that might be what was wrong here. So I
just retried it. Nope, all I see is "Can't render tweet". Even the
example in the plugin says the same thing.

BTW, I'm serving my TW over node via TiddlyServer on http... if that
matters.

Coda
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2017-12-12 15:43:55 UTC
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A standard but confusing behaviour of certain plugins is that it takes two “save cycles” for them to work properly.
The reason is that the plugin hooks into the “save” process itself in order to pull in Twitter’s scripts. At the point of the first save after downloading the plugin, it isn’t actually installed, and so doesn’t get a chance to apply it’s hook. After the reload, the plugin is properly installed and so the save hook works properly.
I had a similar issue so I thought that might be what was wrong here. So I just retried it. Nope, all I see is "Can't render tweet". Even the example in the plugin says the same thing.
Do the examples work when you visit https://tiddlywiki.com/prerelease/ <https://tiddlywiki.com/prerelease/> ?

Do you see any error messages in the browser developer console?

I guess it might be an http vs. https thing, except that I’m pretty sure that the Twitter stuff worked back when tiddlywiki.com <http://tiddlywiki.com/> was on http.

Best wishes

Jeremy
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BTW, I'm serving my TW over node via TiddlyServer on http... if that matters.
Coda
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2017-12-12 20:57:10 UTC
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Jeremy...
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Hi CodaCoder
I had a similar issue so I thought that might be what was wrong here. So
I just retried it. Nope, all I see is "Can't render tweet". Even the
example in the plugin says the same thing.
Do the examples work when you visit https://tiddlywiki.com/prerelease/ ?
Yes!
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Do you see any error messages in the browser developer console?
No -- nothing pertinent, anyway (just PUTs, GETs and
syncer-browser-tiddlyweb msgs getting skinny tid lists)

I'm leaning toward http(s) issues.
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2017-12-12 20:59:40 UTC
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I'm leaning toward http(s) issues.
Although, saying that, I *should* see console msgs, right? FF is normally
pretty good with that kind of issue.

Is there an outgoing request I should see? I have every optional console
filter (Errors, Warnings, Logs, et al) turned on...
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Hi CodaCoder
Although, saying that, I should see console msgs, right? FF is normally pretty good with that kind of issue.
I was hoping there might have been an error message; the absence of one probably doesn’t mean much.

It might be worth trying to serving a simple HTML file that uses a Twitter embed code from their site, to remove TW from the equation as a MTC

Best wihes

Jeremy.
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