I was playing with mermaid-tw5 and ended up upgrading to mermaid 8.13.2 latest release. I did a lot of testing and apparently most things are working, apart from some font size issues (I think), at least that’s what I’ve noticed so far. Hope it can be useful.
I’ve been playing a little more with the plugin and doing some more tests, and I could see a warning message in the Browser Console:
Source map error: Error: NetworkError when attempting to fetch resource.
Resource URL: /$:/plugins/gt6796c/mermaid-tw5/mermaid.min.js
Source Map URL: mermaid.min.js.map
I have no idea how to fix this, but apparently it doesn’t interfere with the plugin’s functioning (I think). I’ve also been cleaning up what wasn’t being used, did some testing with themes, apparently everything I tested worked, and in the end I ended up uploading a new version 0.3.3 with these little changes. Hope it can be useful.
Hi @Furlan, really pleased to see you have updated this plugin - thanks! I have been using GraphViz but Mermaid has a much nicer syntax in my opinion. I will gradually try converting my GraphViz graphs into Mermaid, and let you know if I uncover any bugs.
Yep. Should work. Though I haven’t had time to push it yet. FYI, the main thing I noticed with @Furlan’s version (hat’s off) is that the font handling is much, much better. Font sizing doesn’t break layout, unlike the other plugin version.
Since Mermaid will do diagrams of great complexity well, and via an economic notation system, both short-arses and super-wides might well be well accommodated?
It would be ideal if they were. Why? Because you could use Mermaid frontage to access a whole wiki without segue. (Being an idiot, I’m just not sure about how technically easy that would be to implement?)