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Changing the name of a Tiddler in TiddlyWiki and retain the references pointing to it

I am new to TiddlyWiki and I am trying to make a webpage that I anticipate to edit later with some information changing. It would make sense to sometimes edit the name of some of the tiddlers, but if ...
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Embed a form in MoinMoin

I have just started using MoinMoin wiki, and would like to embed a form in a page. Specifically a Google Search form. What would be the best way to go about doing this? I see that forms are a work ...
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Adding an image to an internal Wiki without uploading to MediaWiki

I am trying to create some training materials for an internal Wiki at my workplace. Some of the images we are using are pulled from old training brochures (and quite frankly I have no idea where they ...
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Show latest wiki post as of a particular date

Is there a query string or some similar method of automatically viewing the latest version of a page on a wiki as of a particular date?
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Searching for Chinese words in Wikka wiki

I am a user of Wikka wiki and I have a problem of searching Chinese words. The problem is that there is are spaces between Chinese words. Therefore, the entire title of a page is taken as a single ...
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How to edit Wiki Markup more efficiently?

I'm adding a simple table into our project's wiki page and I'm just wondering whether there is way for the table to have the auto-fill capability like Excel. For ex., auto generating index for all the ...
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What limitations does latex markup in wikispaces.com have?

There're some informations about how to embed the outcome of latex markup in a wiki page in a wikispaces.com project, but I'm missing a statement on the limitation of this markup. I'd like to know: ...
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Structurally formatting Footnotes in Textile

Is it possible to write a list, or table within a textile footnote. This is footnoted [1] fn1. This is the footnote Syntax Doc. Reference