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Postby foojunkie » 23 Oct 2007, 13:13

I really would like to see a sort of bookmarks manager , it would really fulfill my needs(other words it would be perfect ) , and i think it combines well. for the rest i think its perfect.

keep up whit the good work.

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Postby fox » 23 Oct 2007, 14:20

tt-rss has bookmarks manager, it's called "starred articles". :)

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Postby foojunkie » 23 Oct 2007, 15:05

I meen for conventional hyper links , instead of using the bookmarks on your browser , u kept the bookmarks in ttr, i think that would be great .

Example the default homepage for my browser is ttr , its really cool i can read my feeds, its fast , pretty , simple, if you could have like in the sidebar a tab whit bookmarks , and if you select that tab i get the list of your bookmarks (links) would me very nice , then u have everything together pretty neat i think.

Maybe it already as , but at this time i am already sleeping .. :)

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Postby fox » 23 Oct 2007, 15:23

Well, first and foremost tt-rss is an rss reader.

I mean, If I start just adding random unrelated features, I might as well add kitchen sink and create another Emacs, causing immediate collapse of known universe. I'm not going to accept this kind of responsibility. :)

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Postby foojunkie » 23 Oct 2007, 15:39

You have right in that point of view :) , could that be hard to implement ? could u give me some tips in how to implement ?

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Postby foojunkie » 23 Oct 2007, 15:43

By the way Emacs is a great text editor :) but vim its still my choice :P

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Postby jd2066 » 24 Oct 2007, 01:50

I use the Sitebar < http://sitebar.org/downloads.php > for keeping bookmarks on a server.
There is an extension for Firefox to display it in a Sidebar < https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/3605 >.
Unfortunately though for those who prefer Postgresql, it only supports mysql.

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Postby foojunkie » 24 Oct 2007, 05:57

jd2066 thanks for point me to the project i am gonna try that , But i Still think
that a small tiny tiny tiny tab in tt-rss would be great.

Example :
Like "Actions List" "Others - Add Bookmark" that pops up a box like "Subscribe to feed" u put the link and name, and u get all the names listed in a tab called bookmarks in the sidebar, that by default is always closed.

or something like that...

But that's just my idea . and i am gonna try to implement that on my tt-rss.

I sayed before and i am gonna say it again. Thanks for the really handy , practical and clean web application that u are making, keep up the good work.


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