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I recently started using TiddlyWiki and I think it's a great productivity tool. I was wondering what the most popular and most useful TiddlyWiki plugins are. I already checked out TiddlyVault and TiddlyTools but I think those sites are somewhat unorganized and I'm having a hard time navigating them. What TiddlyWiki plugins do you use and which ones are the must have?

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I use the community wiki plugin –  John T Dec 26 '09 at 3:58
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There's also TiddlyHub.

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Check out my article and links on Tiddlywiki: http://rajivram.blogspot.com/2009/12/exploring-wikis-tiddlywiki.html

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I have been diggin in the same problem (I have TiddlyWiki this week) and from tiddlytools I have used the following plugins:

  • InlineJavascriptPlugin, to enable javascripts.
  • EditFieldPlugin, allows keep data input in fields.
  • WikifyPlugin, allows variables evalluation using javascript from InlineJavascriptPlugin, it has awfuls examples, but you can figure out his use in a couple of hours.
  • RefreshTiddlerPlugin, to refresh tiddler, allowing update with external data or iframes.
  • PostFormPlugin, to post dat and sending back to the web, I haven´t personaly test it.
  • PersistentFormPlugin, similar to EditFieldPlugin, but with the HTML part of a tiddler.
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