Me: Computer, please install this program

Computer: No

Me: what

Computer: that program is dangerous

Me: why is it dangerous? It's a text editor.

Computer: Exactly! It can write FILES! To your HARD DRIVE! Do you understand how INSANELY DANGEROUS that is? Files! Just anywhere! Brrrrr. Don't thank me, I'm just doing my job. Keeping you safe.

Me: download it anyway, please. I want to edit files.

Computer: I'm reporting you for this. You are a menace to society. Files. For shame.

Me: What should I be doing instead of files?

Computer: Glad you asked! It's 2020. You should be spinning up a Kubernetes of Dockers on your public cloud each of which is a Github which send JSON messages over HTTP3 to the microservice host on your Virtualbox private cloud which is running a whole bunch more Dockers each of which is a Node.js which is pulling dependencies from

Me: files seemed a bit simpler than that

Computer: WELL WE HAD A VOTE AND YOU WEREN'T THERE AND WE SAID FILES SUCK.

Context: attempting to install Timimi on Chromium Edge

github.com/ibnishak/Timimi/rel

Spoiler: Edge DOES NOT LIKE DOWNLOAD, and thinks I am probably a cyber-criminal doing cyber-crime.

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@natecull

i don't know how easy it is to do on windows but....

personally i always just run on nodejs now
(which basically treats the tiddlywiki as a web interface and manages the files 'server side')

in practice it functions nearly the same, the only part of the tiddlywiki that isn't customisable via its own data files is boot.js

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