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WidgetMessage: tm-open-window

 31st August 2023 at 8:15pm

The tm-open-window message opens a tiddler in a new browser window. If no parameters are specified, the current tiddler is opened in a new window. Similiar to tm-modal any additional parameters passed via the paramObject are provided as variables to the new window.

param {default param}Title of the tiddler to be opened in a new browser window, defaults to currentTiddler if empty
templateTemplate in which the tiddler will be rendered
windowTitleTitle string for the opened window
widthWidth of the new browser window
heightHeight of the new browser window
leftIntroduced in v5.2.2 Optional, left position of new browser window
topIntroduced in v5.2.2 Optional, top position of new browser window
windowIDIntroduced in v5.2.2 Optional, unique string used to identify the widow. Can be used with WidgetMessage: tm-close-window to close the window. Defaults to the value of param
{any other params}Any other parameters are made available as variables within the new window

The tm-open-window message is best generated with the ActionSendMessageWidget, which in turn is triggered by a widget such as the ButtonWidget. The message is handled by the core itself.

When used with the ActionSendMessageWidget, param becomes $param.
Parameters template, windowTitle, width, height, left and top require the ActionSendMessageWidget.

Introduced in v5.2.2 To close a window opened with tm-open-window use WidgetMessage: tm-close-window
To open a tiddler in more than one new window, use a unique value for windowID

New in v5.3.2 If the new window is hidden by other windows, clicking the "open" button again will bring it to the foreground and set focus to the new window. This behaviour should be consistent for all browsers now

<$button>Open Window
  windowTitle="My Window Title"
  something="This is my new window. There are many like it, but this one is mine." />

That renders as: