I wrote before about saving issues in Chrome Browser, I now have a similar problem. I downloaded a new TiddlyWiki version and when I try to save a change in it, I get problems in IE browser. I don’t have administrator access to this system, so maybe this is an issue?
Here is the fix which someone mentioned in the TiddlyWiki forum. Just copy the file and save to a new file name. This won’t work with just a file level copy. You have to copy the internals themselves: open the new file in a text editor, I used GVim, then copy the contents into a new editor file and save to a new file. When you open this new file you will get the usual first time IE security and activeX warnings. After that, the TiddlyWiki file is now a “normal” instance.
BTW, I recommend the SinglePageModePlugin. It allows the setting the way TiddlyWiki opens Tiddlers, less confusing, especially for casual TiddlyWiki use.
What the heck is TiddlyWiki? See “TiddlyWiki for the rest of us” for an end-user guide.