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<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c1"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c1">[1]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Jeroen</strong> on Wednesday 1st September 2004 at 19:02 -0400</dt>
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<p>Testing the user notes</p>
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<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c2"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c2">[2]</a> Submitted by: <strong>bubble</strong> on Thursday 2nd September 2004 at 17:41 -0400</dt>
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<p>Stylesheet based on the new mozilla.org scheme:</p>
<p>body {
<br>	background-color: #FFFFFF;
<br>	font-family: 'trebuchet ms', arial, helvetica, sans-serif;

<br>}</p>
<p>.table-main { background-color: #E4ECEC; }</p>
<p>.table-folder {
<br>	border-top: 1px solid #FFFFFF;
<br>	border-right: 1px solid #AAC3C3;
<br>	border-bottom: 1px solid #AAC3C3;
<br>	border-left: 1px solid #FFFFFF; 
<br>	background-color: #C0DCDC;
<br>}</p>

<p>.table-folder th {
<br>	border-top: 1px solid #FFFFFF;
<br>	border-right: 1px solid #AED48F;
<br>	border-bottom: 1px solid #AED48F;
<br>	border-left: 1px solid #FFFFFF;
<br>	background-color: #C4EFA1;
<br>	color: #1D9101;
<br>	font-size: .8em
<br>}</p>

<p>a { 
<br>	color: #6B5C78;
<br>	text-decoration: none;
<br>	font-size: .8em
<br>}</p>
<p>a:hover {
<br>	text-decoration: none;
<br>	color: #000000;
<br>}</p>
</div>

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<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c3"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c3">[3]</a> Submitted by: <strong>bubble</strong> on Thursday 2nd September 2004 at 17:43 -0400</dt>
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<div>
<p>And thanks for this great extension BTW ;)</p>
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<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c4"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c4">[4]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Jeroen</strong> on Thursday 2nd September 2004 at 20:26 -0400</dt>
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<div>
<p>&gt; Stylesheet based on the new mozilla.org scheme:</p>

<p>I liked your stylesheet a lot. I put it on a page which you can reach with the Styles link in the header</p>
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<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c5"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c5">[5]</a> Submitted by: <strong>bubble</strong> on Friday 3rd September 2004 at 10:51 -0400</dt>
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<div>

<p>The only downside is that the search form is not focused on page load so you have to click the field before you can type...</p>
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<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c6"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c6">[6]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Jeroen</strong> on Friday 3rd September 2004 at 13:44 -0400</dt>
<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>

<p>&gt; The only downside is that the search form is not focused</p>
<p>I'll change that. I'll probably also add some other search engines
(see home). As for now, you can type 2 tabs to get into the search
field.</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c7"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c7">[7]</a> Submitted by: <strong>jschneible</strong> on Sunday 5th September 2004 at 23:41 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>This is precisely the extension I've been looking for. I would like
more options, though. I really have no need of the google bar at the
top, and I'd like to be able to set it to use only a certain folder in
my bookmarks folder. Sage requires you to keep a folder of RSS feeds in
your bookmarks and I'd rather not have them on my home page.</p>
<p>Thanks for the extension.</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c8"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c8">[8]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Jeroen</strong> on Tuesday 7th September 2004 at 05:56 -0400</dt>

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<div>
<p>&gt; I would like more options, though.</p>
<p>Just a little patience...(see todo)</p>
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<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c9"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c9">[9]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Tombik</strong> on Saturday 11th September 2004 at 15:31 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>So nice, but with a button which cannot be removed by bookmark manager or mouse..it´s annoying</p>
<p>Tombik</p>
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<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c10"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c10">[10]</a> Submitted by: <strong>jean</strong> on Saturday 11th September 2004 at 18:16 -0400</dt>

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<div>
<p>nice extension!
<br>I would like to see some improvements ;)</p>
<p>- larger fields in the options window - 'Exclude' right now shows just 4 links per time
<br>- more 'useability', i.e. checking a bookmark will check its subfolders too, a 'mark all', a 'Include' counterpart</p>
<p>thanks</p>
<p>jean</p>
</div>
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</dd>

<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c11"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c11">[11]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Jeroen</strong> on Monday 13th September 2004 at 08:44 -0400</dt>
<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>&gt; So nice, but with a button which cannot be removed by bookmark manager or mouse..it´s annoying</p>
<p>If you do step 4 ([..]overlayinfo folder) of the uninstallation, the
button will be removed. I'll think of something better for the next
version.</p>
<p>&gt; larger fields in the options window - 'Exclude' right now shows just 4 links per time

<br>&gt; more 'useability', i.e. checking a bookmark will check its subfolders too, a 'mark all', a 'Include' counterpart</p>
<p>I think most people won't use the exclude option, and if they do, it
will only be occasionally. So trying to reduce the number of clicks
doesn't seem worthwhile. Also, making the interface more complex, will
make understanding it harder. And I've tried to keep the options window
as small as possible, so that changes can also be seen without changing
focus to the BMHome window. I assume that people will change the colors
more often than their excluded folders and then it is convenient to
have a small options window (which btw reminds me that I'd like to
receive some more stylesheets!). However, if you disagree with me, I'd
like to hear it.</p>
<p>Jeroen</p>
<p>ps
<br>To all commentators: thanks for the thanks</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c12"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c12">[12]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Gary</strong> on Monday 13th September 2004 at 17:19 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>This looks like what I've been looking for, but it would not install
correctly for me. FF.9.2 (perhaps the reason?). Shows in the extension
list, can click open INFO, but OPTIONS is grayed out, and nothing
stores in my chrome folder as mentioned. Any ideas what to look for?</p>
<p>Thx.</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c13"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c13">[13]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Gary</strong> on Monday 13th September 2004 at 17:23 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>Uh...nevermind? Turns out the options via Extension dropdown isn't
where you find options...they're at the bottom of the page. I have a
full personal toolbar, so the BM Home button was off the screen to the
right...never saw it until I cleaned out some of the stuff showing on
the toolbar.</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c14"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c14">[14]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Jean</strong> on Tuesday 14th September 2004 at 11:36 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>Hi Joeren</p>
<p>&gt; won't use the exclude option, and if they do, it will only be occasionally</p>
<p>yes, same for the include option - in most cases it will be a one time
<br>configuration ...
<br>&gt; So trying to reduce the number of clicks doesn't seem worthwhile</p>
<p>now, I'm using _large_ bookmarkfiles, collected over the years. It would be
<br>nice to have some parts of it as a homepage, but not all the bookmarks (probably
<br>it would crash the browser ;) and it wouldn't be very concise). So for me that
<br>means to exclude several dozen of entries, while only a few folders were included
<br>(and that is a pain with the small box;) )</p>

<p>&gt; Also, making the interface more complex, will make understanding it harder</p>
<p>now, a single additional button wouldn't clutter the interface, or?</p>
<p>
<br>&gt; I assume that people will change the colors more often than their excluded folders
<br>&gt; and then it is convenient to have a small options window</p>
<p>really? I don't think so. In most cases this too will be a one time configuration</p>
<p>
<br>&gt; which btw reminds me that I'd like to receive some more stylesheets!)</p>

<p>we will work on that topic ;)</p>
<p>thanks</p>
<p>Jean</p>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c15"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c15">[15]</a> Submitted by: <strong>MrDaBomb</strong> on Thursday 16th September 2004 at 10:39 -0400</dt>

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<div>
<p>When will a version for Firefox 1.0PR+ be released? This extension along with the google toolbar are essential imo. Thanks!</p>
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<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c16"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c16">[16]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Jeroen</strong> on Thursday 16th September 2004 at 16:30 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>OK Jean, you convinced me. See Todo for details. MrDaBomb, I
wouldn't want people to wait too long for an essential :-) extension.
1.1.2 is available and compatible with Firefox 1.0.</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c17"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c17">[17]</a> Submitted by: <strong>JK</strong> on Saturday 18th September 2004 at 04:27 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>I'm using latest FF version, but the options button for this extension is N/A for me :(
<br>What is wrong?</p>
</div>
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<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c18"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c18">[18]</a> Submitted by: <strong>JK</strong> on Saturday 18th September 2004 at 04:31 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>P.S.
<br>And the button that sapose to be in toolbar also doesn't appear.</p>
<p>*This is a fresh install of the ext.</p>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c19"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c19">[19]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Jeroen</strong> on Saturday 18th September 2004 at 05:30 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>JK, options are only available through a link at the bottom of the
page. The toolbar button should appear on the right in FF, but might be
off screen.</p>
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<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c20"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c20">[20]</a> Submitted by: <strong>michal</strong> on Saturday 18th September 2004 at 06:03 -0400</dt>

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<div>
<p>does it work in ie? or going to work in ie? if yes, when and how?</p>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c21"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c21">[21]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Jeroen</strong> on Saturday 18th September 2004 at 06:18 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>michal, it doesn´t work in ie. The best you can do if you want
(have?!) to use ie, is to create the bmh page in mozilla and save it
(File-&gt;Save as). Then you can open the saved page in ie, but it
won´t change if you change your favourites, and you won´t be able to
set preferences.</p>
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<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c22"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c22">[22]</a> Submitted by: <strong>JK</strong> on Saturday 18th September 2004 at 06:50 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>Is there a way, through the CSS, to include the bookmarks' icons? If
there isn't one, could it please be added as a feature in future
versions?</p>
<p>Thanx.</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c23"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c23">[23]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Jeroen</strong> on Saturday 18th September 2004 at 08:10 -0400</dt>

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<div>
<p>JK,
<br>I hadn´t thought of it yet (I don´t have any bookmarks with icons).
Currently there´s no way to display the icons, but I´ll make it
possible in the next version.</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c24"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c24">[24]</a> Submitted by: <strong>SanderG</strong> on Tuesday 21st September 2004 at 10:19 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>Bug?:
<br>Even though I set the start page correctly, the bookmarks page does
not load on browser startup. I need to press Enter in the Location bar,
or click Home in order to get the page displayed.</p>
<p>Request:
<br>Add 'open in tabs' to a folder (group of bookmarks).</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c25"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c25">[25]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Jeroen</strong> on Tuesday 21st September 2004 at 15:25 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>Sander,
<br>Probably it has to do with other extensions you have installed. Can
you send me a list of your extensions? As for the 'open in tabs', Linky
is an extension that, I think, does what you want:</p>
</div>

<div>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c26"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c26">[26]</a> Submitted by: <strong>SanderG</strong> on Wednesday 22nd September 2004 at 04:34 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>Yes, I have a lot of extensions, but currently am not able to
reproduce the problem with the "bookmarks page not opening" anymore -
it works now.
<br>For the Open in tabs: the headings in the bookmark page (which are
in fact bookmark folders) are currently not clickable - and if they
were, they should do something fancy. I am not sure how Linky could fit
in this picture?</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c27"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c27">[27]</a> Submitted by: <strong>SanderG</strong> on Wednesday 22nd September 2004 at 07:44 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>Edit: it still fails to load sometimes on browser startup. Installed
extensions: Adblock, Download sort, Download Statusbar, Live HTTP
Headers, BugMeNot, User Agent Switcher, FoxyTunes, Copy Plain Text,
FLST, IEview, TargetAlert, Allow Right-Click, SmartSearch.</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c28"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c28">[28]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Jeroen</strong> on Wednesday 22nd September 2004 at 15:59 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>Sander,
<br>I've seen the same problem with some of my early experiments, but
only on windows, not on linux. Anyhow, finding the cause will probably
be virtually impossible for me. However, I'll recreate the problem I
had on windows and try to find a way around it.Progress will be
announced on the todo page (or you can subscribe to the mailing list).
One more thing: when this happens, can you check the
Tools-&gt;Javascript Console for error messages?</p>
<p>I think your idea to make links of the headings that open the
folder's bookmarks in new tabs (or windows, I'll probably add that as
an option) is great!!
<br>It will be implemented in the next version.</p>
<p>For the sake of completeness: Linky allows you to select links like
you select text and let them be opened in new tabs. This way you can
open all links in a folder.</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c29"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c29">[29]</a> Submitted by: <strong>SanderG</strong> on Friday 24th September 2004 at 04:32 -0400</dt>
<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>Added a livemark today. The livemark itself is shown as bookmark but
its contents (shown as folder in the Bookmarks manager) is not
expanded. Can you add that? ;-)</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c30"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c30">[30]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Heidi</strong> on Sunday 26th September 2004 at 16:46 -0400</dt>
<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>I really loved this extension but it doesn't work anymore... I had
to create a new profile because of some troubles with another extension
(sessionsaver) and now, when I click on options at the bottom of the
page created by bookmarksHome, Firefox crashes. Then I created a new
profile again, with only bookmarkshome installed, so no other
extensions, and I had the same problem so I don't think it's a matter
of conflicting extensions.</p>
<p>Then I got an idea and I opened my old Firefox (0.9.3) (the very
first time I installed BMHome was also in this version) and installed
the extension again from there, and there it worked! So hoped it would
work again as well in Firefox PR 1.0 but there it still crashes...</p>
<p>I use Firefox PR 1.0 on Mac OS X</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c31"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c31">[31]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Heidi</strong> on Sunday 26th September 2004 at 19:12 -0400</dt>
<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>Update: removed all Firefox stuff (programme, profiles) and
installed it all over, but FF still crashes when I try to open
"options" of BMHome... :-(</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c32"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c32">[32]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Jeroen</strong> on Monday 27th September 2004 at 16:02 -0400</dt>
<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>Sander,
<br>I'll work on the livemarks.
<br>Heidi,
<br>I'm sorry for all the problems you have with bmh. bmh seems to work
fine in ff 1.0 on windows and linux (at least the options window).
Unfortunately I don't have a mac, so there's not much I can do.
However, later this week, a new version of bmh will be available with a
completely rewritten options window. So, hopefully the new version will
work. I'd like to hear about it.
<br>Jeroen</p>

</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c33"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c33">[33]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Jem</strong> on Wednesday 29th September 2004 at 14:19 -0400</dt>
<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>No BMHome button that I can see (FF 1.0)</p>

<p>Also, doesn't handle live feeds which it could...Where a bookmark is
a live feed indicate on the home page with RSS (or an icon, or
something) and have that link open a new XML page with the live links
listed (as per a normal RSS/XML page</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c34"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c34">[34]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Jeroen</strong> on Wednesday 29th September 2004 at 16:04 -0400</dt>
<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>

<p>Jem,
<br>I removed the BMHome button, because personal toolbar buttons are
more flexible and, in mozilla, if you set bmh as your homepage, you'll
have 2 buttons (Home and BMHome) referring to the same page. I'm
working on the livemarks. I thought the best way to handle them, was
just to display them as a folder (like in the bmmanager).</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c35"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c35">[35]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Stacman</strong> on Wednesday 29th September 2004 at 18:14 -0400</dt>
<dd class="NOTE-body">

<div>
<p>I like the extension, but am going back to v1.1.1. It seems without
the BMHome button the only way to use this new extension is to make it
the start page, which I don't want to do. I preferred using my existing
portal, and having the button option to switch to your creation.</p>
<p>Thanks for the extensions...</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c36"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c36">[36]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Jeroen</strong> on Thursday 30th September 2004 at 06:51 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>Stacman,
<br>I wrote Personal Toolbar buttons in my response to Jem, but what I
meant was Personal Toolbar FOLDER buttons, or, in ff, the Bookmarks
Toolbar Folder. That is, you should just bookmark bmh into this folder
and a button will appear on your personal toolbar.</p>
<p>Ironically however, mozilla/ff does not bookmark the right url, but something like</p>
<p>wyciwyg://0/chrome://bookmarkshome/content/bookmarksHome.html</p>
<p>You have to remove the wyciwyg://0/ part (in the bookmark's
properties) to make the bookmark (button) work. If I had known this in
time, I wouldn't have removed the BMHome button of course...</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c37"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c37">[37]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Stacman</strong> on Thursday 30th September 2004 at 12:08 -0400</dt>
<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>Thanks, I'll try working with it before giving up. It actually would
be more convenient as part of the toolbar and on the left side.</p>
<p>Either way it's nice to have it like this. Previous to Firefox, I
had made my own html page of my bookmarks and maintained a link to my
server in the toolbar.</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c38"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c38">[38]</a> Submitted by: <strong>fuzzyjone</strong> on Thursday 30th September 2004 at 16:38 -0400</dt>
<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>I have removed the first part of the URL until CHROME..., but it
does not work. The URL is added tho the existing URL and a error
message appears.</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c39"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c39">[39]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Jeroen</strong> on Thursday 30th September 2004 at 17:40 -0400</dt>
<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>fuzzyjone,
<br>I cannot in any way reproduce your problem or imagine what causes
it. Right now I'm also using ff 1.0 on win 98, just like you and for me
the procedure worked just fine. You do manage to load the page? And
have you used previous versions of bmh?</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c40"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c40">[40]</a> Submitted by: <strong>fuzzyjone</strong> on Friday 1st October 2004 at 11:06 -0400</dt>
<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>thanks for answering,</p>
<p>i follow the installation instructions untill bookmarking in the
Bookmarks Toolbar Folder. I can't understand the following instruction
:
<br>"Right click the following link and choose Save Link Target As if you want to download BookmarksHome."</p>

<p>There is no following link.</p>
<p>I have not used a previous Version.</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c41"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c41">[41]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Jeroen</strong> on Friday 1st October 2004 at 14:45 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>fuzzyjone,
<br>Just click with your left mouse button on the link 'Install
BookmarksHome 1.2.1'; downloading is only of interest for programmers.</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c42"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c42">[42]</a> Submitted by: <strong>dimiter</strong> on Friday 1st October 2004 at 16:51 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>Here is my personal stylesheet. Please send your comments at: dimiter[at]blue[dash]edge[dot]bg</p>
<p>body { background-color: silver; }
<br>.table-main {
<br>background-color: white;
<br>-moz-border-radius: 30px;
<br>}</p>
<p>.table-column { -moz-border-radius: 18px 0px; border: 1px solid white; }
<br>.table-column:hover { border-color: gray; }</p>
<p>.table-folder,  .table-folder * {  border: 0px;  padding: 0px; margin: 0px; }
<br>.table-folder th { background-color: gray; -moz-border-radius: 15px 0px; }
<br>.table-folder:hover th { background-color: navy; }</p>

<p>.table-folder td { padding: 0px 10px 3px 10px; }
<br>.table-folder td:hover { -moz-border-radius: 10px; }</p>
<p>a {
<br>font: 9px verdana, helvetica, sans-serif;
<br>text-decoration: none;
<br>white-space: nowrap;
<br>padding: 0px;
<br>margin: 0px;
<br>}
<br>.table-folder th a { font-weight: bold; color: white; }
<br>.table-folder th a:hover  { font-weight: bold; color: cyan; }
<br>.table-folder td:hover { background-color: navy; }
<br>.table-folder td:hover a { color: white; }</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c43"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c43">[43]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Heidi</strong> on Friday 1st October 2004 at 19:12 -0400</dt>
<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>After almost a week without Internet it was a pleasure to discover
that BMHome works again on Mac OS X! Yes, I like the new version,
especially the appearance of the options window has improved a lot (now
it has what maccers call the "native look"). And also the "(un)check
subfolders" works fine now.</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c44"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c44">[44]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Jeroen</strong> on Saturday 2nd October 2004 at 03:09 -0400</dt>
<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>Dimitri,
<br>Thanks for your great and very original stylesheet!!! I´ll display it asap on the styles page.
<br>Heidi,
<br>Glad to hear bmh works now. Think I´ll just remove the scary ´crashes on macintosh´ sentence from the Todo page :-).</p>

<p>To others I´d like to say: Don't let yourself be discouraged from
sending in your stylesheet if you don´t know how to make one as
advanced as dimitri's; finding good colors is an art in itself, so
someone else´s stylesheet with only the colors changed is welcome too!</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c45"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c45">[45]</a> Submitted by: <strong>dimiter</strong> on Saturday 2nd October 2004 at 04:02 -0400</dt>
<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>

<p>And here is the last version of my stylesheet. It's updated to use
the desktop colores as defined by the OS and overall looks smoother.</p>
<p>#searchForm {display: none; }
<br>body &gt; div &gt; a { position: absolute; top: 0px; right: 0px;
padding-top: 8px ! important; padding-right: 40px ! important; }</p>
<p>body { background-color: Background ; }
<br>.table-main { background-color: Window; -moz-border-radius: 30px 0px 30px; }</p>
<p>.table-column { -moz-border-radius: 8px 8px 0px 0px; border: 1px solid Window; }
<br>.table-column:hover { border-color: InactiveBorder ; }
<br>.table-folder,  .table-folder * {  
<br>border: 0px;  padding: 0px; margin: 0px; 
<br>border-spacing: 0px; border-collapse: collapse; 

<br>width: *; 
<br>}
<br>.table-folder {  margin-bottom: 1em }</p>
<p>a {
<br>font: 9px verdana, helvetica, sans-serif;
<br>text-decoration: none;
<br>white-space: nowrap;
<br>padding: 1px 10px ! important; 
<br>display: block;
<br>}</p>
<p>br { display: runin; }
<br>.table-folder th a { 
<br>-moz-border-radius: 8px 8px 0px 0px; 
<br>margin-bottom: 3px;
<br>background-color: InactiveBorder ; 

<br>}
<br>.table-folder:hover th a {  background-color: Highlight ;  }</p>
<p>.table-folder th a { font-weight: bold; color: HighlightText ; }
<br>.table-folder th a:hover  { text-decoration: underline; }
<br>.table-folder td a { -moz-border-radius: 3px; }
<br>.table-folder td a:hover { background-color: Highlight; color: HighlightText; }</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c46"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c46">[46]</a> Submitted by: <strong>dimiter</strong> on Saturday 2nd October 2004 at 04:21 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>What I would like to see in next version is a posibility to upload
the generated page to some remote FTP/SFTP location. The ftp url should
be configured in the options dialog with possibility to specify user,
pass or both. </p>
<p>If the FTP location is present in the options, the local page should
contain one more link, next to options, which says "update remote". The
page placed at the remote location should not contain this link.</p>
<p>If user name or pass is not specified, the plugin should pop a modal
dialog prompting the user to enter them. If only one is specified, it
should be prefilled.</p>
<p>I'm pondering the option to implement it myself, but so far I don't
have any experience with moz plugins and ya know.. I'm lazy :-)</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c47"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c47">[47]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Jeroen</strong> on Saturday 2nd October 2004 at 04:36 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>Dimiter (sorry for previously misspelling your name),
<br>I think both stylesheets have their merits. In your last stylesheet
however, the options link has moved to the top right of the page and is
hardly visible because of the background color. Probably you want to
change that. Also, you can simply hide the searchform by selecting
'None' as your default engine.</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c48"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c48">[48]</a> Submitted by: <strong>dimiter</strong> on Saturday 2nd October 2004 at 04:56 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>Jeroen,</p>
<p>Thanks for the tip about the search box.</p>
<p>The options link is meant to be in the top-right corner of the
bookmarks table, thus the background should be white. I put it there
because I thought it's a non-intrusive, still easy to spot place (upper
right corner.) I have to think about some other solution.</p>
<p>Another issue is that I want to make the folder titles to take less
space. My current folder structure is up to 4 levels deep and the
headers get largish. I tried to specify that the BR elements should
display inline, and to add '/' as generated content before each BR but
so far, can't make it work.</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c49"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c49">[49]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Jeroen</strong> on Saturday 2nd October 2004 at 04:59 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>Dimiter,
<br>I think it's a good idea to have some sort of ftp functionality.
There are a number of projects that allow you to transfer your
bookmarks (which I think is a better idea than transferring the page,
since you could also use the options window then). I'll try to find out
more and will also think about the best way to integrate this
functionality with bmh. I´d be happy to tell you all about mozilla
extensions (well..at least about this one) and work together with you,
so if you think you can get over your lazyness, just send me an email.</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c50"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c50">[50]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Josh</strong> on Saturday 2nd October 2004 at 12:11 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>Awesome idea! I just love it.. I use this as my second home page. ( = two tabs = great!)</p>
<p>I would like to see more themes, I tried all of the ones posted
here, and I like dimiter's second one A LOT, and I am probably going to
make on to match with my website soon...</p>
<p>
<br>Josh</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c51"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c51">[51]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Josh</strong> on Saturday 2nd October 2004 at 12:14 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>er, it discarded all the links, which where my example for the home page.. hmmm.</p>
<p>Basicly its just page1|page2 and firefox treats it as two sites, which open in two tabs.. which is really handy.</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c52"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c52">[52]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Asbjørn</strong> on Saturday 2nd October 2004 at 13:35 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>The new version (1.2.1) has a rather irritating bug. When you go to
a page from the startpage and then click the Back button Firefox
chrshes. This didn't occur with version 1.1.</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c53"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c53">[53]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Josh</strong> on Saturday 2nd October 2004 at 13:50 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>Yeah, I noticed this too :( Its very annoying, the only way I have
found to get aroung this is to not go back, i.e. open links in a new
tab.</p>
<p>
<br>Josh</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c54"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c54">[54]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Jeroen</strong> on Saturday 2nd October 2004 at 15:21 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>Asbjorn and Josh,
<br>This is indeed a very bad bug. I'll quickly do something about it.</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c55"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c55">[55]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Heidi</strong> on Saturday 2nd October 2004 at 16:24 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>I also experienced that back-button-bug. Two other small bugs: FF
crashes when I try to duplicate the BMHome page (I use tab clicking
options, I don't know if the same thing happens with tab browser
preferences?) and if the BMHome page is active, it's not possible
anymore to open a new tab with "command T" (opening with "New Tab" from
the menu and opening with double clicking on the tabbar (again with tab
clicking options) is still possible)</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c56"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c56">[56]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Jeroen</strong> on Sunday 3rd October 2004 at 16:27 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>Heidi,
<br>The wyciwyg bug (see todo) was caused by my fix of the
bmh-not-always-loading-properly-on-windows bug. The back-button bug and
the duplicate-bmh-tab bug are caused by my fix of the wyciwyg bug
(sigh...). I could not reproduce the command(ctrl?)-T bug. The
bmh-not-always-loading-properly-on-windows bug only occurs at startup
and is caused by an unfinished initialization of the bookmarks when bmh
tries to read them. When this happens, one just needs to reload bmh.
I've submitted a bug (in bugzilla) describing the wyciwyg, back-button
and bmh-not-always-loading-properly-on-windows bug, so perhaps I'll get
some help of mozilla developers on this. For now, I've just removed the
cures that were worse than the disease (v2.1.2.).</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c57"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c57">[57]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Josh</strong> on Monday 4th October 2004 at 08:52 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>erm, its a real pain to have to reload the page to see the
boomarks... is there any way you can do some sort of timer in
javascript, like wait 2 seconds, then load the page, to make sure the
bookmarks file was completely initalized? i.e. make a meta refresh that
will refresh to the real url in two seconds.</p>
<p>I am going to download the xpi file and try it out, if you don't mind. I will tell you if I come up with anything :P</p>
<p>
<br>Josh</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c58"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c58">[58]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Josh</strong> on Monday 4th October 2004 at 09:10 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>FOO YA! It worked!!!!!!!!!!!!!</p>
<p>Can you email me at Josh@ki4bbo.org, and I will send you the xpi file with what I did.</p>
<p>Basicly I just created a new file, index.html, that I set as my
homepage. That just contains a meta refresh tag, that refreshs to
bookmarkshome.html in 2 seconds. It probably could be one, I am going
to play around with that a bit.</p>
<p>Josh</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c59"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c59">[59]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Josh</strong> on Monday 4th October 2004 at 09:18 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>OK, just a meta refresh 0 works... so its really fast. Here is the
code for index.html, just reploace the brackets with their proper
counterparts (trying to get around the HTML filter :P)</p>
<p>[!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"
<br>"
<br>[html]
<br>[head]
<br>[meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1"]
<br>[meta http-equiv="Refresh" content="2; URL=bookmarksHome.html"]
<br>[title&gt;Bookmarks Home :: Please Wait[/title]
<br>[/head]
<br>[body]
<br>[/body]
<br>[/html]</p>

<p>
<br>And just tell them to set the home page to index.html instead of bookmarkshome.html, and it all works great!</p>
<p>Josh</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c60"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c60">[60]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Josh</strong> on Monday 4th October 2004 at 09:20 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>carp, this stupid URL filter buthcered my doc type :P</p>
<p>Oh well, you get the picture, email me if you have any quesions 8)</p>
<p>Josh</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c61"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c61">[61]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Lithian</strong> on Monday 4th October 2004 at 09:37 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>Thanks for your extension. I have some little suggestion:</p>
<p>- At bottom near "options" label add a link to the bookmark manager
<br>- At bottom add a link to bookmarkshome project page
<br>- Fix the layout of the folders page in the options: strange effect if you try to resize it
<br>- Add a easy mode to change the style (can be sufficient only change the font size and the page colors)</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c62"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c62">[62]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Jeroen</strong> on Monday 4th October 2004 at 16:03 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>Great Josh!! Good thinking! I'll put it in asap</p>
<p>Lithian,
<br>I appreciate your suggestions, but 
<br>- ALT-b,m or opening the bookmarks manager with the mouse is easy enough; there is really no need for a link
<br>- You can add this page to your bookmarks. That will display a link on the bmh page.
<br>- I suppose you mean that the folders panel doesn't grow along with
the window? I'll see what I can do about that. Or do you mean something
else?
<br>- I'll think about it. It won't get priority, but if you don't
manage to change the font size or the colors in a stylesheet you like,
you can me send me an email.</p>
</div>
<div class="NOTE-ua">Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.6) Gecko/20040413 Debian/1.6-5</div>
</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c63"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c63">[63]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Josh</strong> on Monday 4th October 2004 at 18:53 -0400</dt>
<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>Yea! I actually helped out on an extension :) Not bad for a 13 year old eh? (It was my b-day yesterday)</p>
<p>Always glad to help out :) Its working fine over here, because
normally Firefox starts loading the page before you even see the page,
this way Firefox loads the index.html page instead of bmh.html and only
redirects to bmh once its completely loaded, thus making sure the
bookmarks file is completely initilzed.</p>
<p>I sent you the xpi file, although you probably don't need it, since I told you all about it already lol</p>
<p>Josh</p>

</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c64"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c64">[64]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Josh</strong> on Monday 4th October 2004 at 18:55 -0400</dt>
<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>Oh, I see you already put the new version up -- very good! Works great :D</p>

<p>Josh</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c65"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c65">[65]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Josh</strong> on Monday 4th October 2004 at 18:57 -0400</dt>
<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>

<p>er, I spoke to soon, the link is a 404 :P</p>
</div>
<div class="NOTE-ua">http://www.ki4bbo.org</div>
</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c66"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c66">[66]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Josh</strong> on Tuesday 5th October 2004 at 07:33 -0400</dt>
<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>

<p>OK.. works fine now :)</p>
<p>Thanks again for this great extension!</p>
</div>
<div class="NOTE-ua"><a href="http://www.ki4bbo.org">HTML? In the useragent?</a></div>
</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c67"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c67">[67]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Josh</strong> on Tuesday 5th October 2004 at 07:38 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>Um, I just found an exploit in the mozdeev notes thingy... I can use
HTML and URLs in my useragent! Hmm, who should I talk to about this? I
mean if I wanted to I could use a script tag to do all sorts of mean
things.</p>
<p>See a non-harmful example bellow.</p>
</div>
<div class="NOTE-ua"><a href="http://www.ki4bbo.org">HTML? In the useragent?</a></div>
</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c68"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c68">[68]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Jeroen</strong> on Tuesday 5th October 2004 at 14:46 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>Hi Josh, think I found your homepage :-). I'll send you an email.</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c69"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c69">[69]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Josh</strong> on Tuesday 5th October 2004 at 15:29 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>Yep, you found my homepage lol</p>
<p>Although I think you probably could have guessed by the domain of my email.</p>
<p>Did you get my email with my idea of 1.2.4?</p>
<p>
<br>Josh</p>
</div>
<div class="NOTE-ua"><a href="http://www.ki4bbo.org">HTML? In the useragent?</a></div>
</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c70"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c70">[70]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Josh</strong> on Tuesday 5th October 2004 at 19:12 -0400</dt>
<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>New stylesheet,</p>
<p>/* 
<br>*
<br>*Stylesheet by Josh Powell - KI4BBO.org
<br>* 1337 Hacker 1.2
<br>*
<br>*/</p>

<p>body{background-color:#000000;font-family:Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif;}
<br>input,textarea,select,option{background-color:#000000;border-top:1px
solid #111111;border-bottom:1px solid #111111;border-left:1px solid
#111111;border-right:1px solid
#111111;font-family:Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif;font-size:80%;color:#FFFFFF;}
<br>.table-main{background-color:#333333;}
<br>.table-folder{border-top:1px solid #2D2D2D;border-right:1px solid
#2D2D2D;border-bottom:1px solid #2D2D2D;border-left:1px solid
#2D2D2D;background-color:#171717;}
<br>.table-folder th{border-top:1px solid #2D2D2D;border-right:1px
solid #2D2D2D;border-bottom:1px solid #2D2D2D;border-left:1px solid
#2D2D2D;background-color:#2D2D2D;}
<br>a{color:#00CC33;text-decoration:none;font-size:0.8em;white-space:nowrap;}
<br>.table-folder th a{color:#00FF00;}
<br>a:hover{text-decoration:none;color:#00FF33;}
<br>.table-folder th a:hover{color:#00FF00;}</p>
<p>
<br>Its a dark, 'hackerish' theme :) Use it if you want...</p>
<p>Josh</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c71"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c71">[71]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Josh</strong> on Tuesday 5th October 2004 at 21:22 -0400</dt>
<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>OK, here are all my main wishes, most of which I could prolly do myself if I would just learn XUL :P</p>
<p>1. Create check box to show/hide the search box, instead of none in the drop down -- the "none" is a little confusing.</p>
<p>2. Create a way for users to save stylesheets, and then chose them
from a drop downn listbox, this way they don't have to copy and paste
them every time they want a change.</p>

<p>3. Tab in the options dialog for users to add their own search enginges (maybe)</p>
<p>4. Fix it so the Options button in the extension manager actually opens the options dialog (instead of being grayed out)</p>
<p>5. Let users specify the seperator bewtween folder levels, instead of the deafult line break</p>
<p>6. The footer should be Options | BMH Homepage (with the latter being linked to the home page of course)</p>
<p>7. As already on the todo list, Ftp upload would be awesome</p>
<p>I know those would be hard, but if implimented this ectension would be THE best extension for firefox..</p>
<p>I will get to work on them and see what I can do, can anyone recomend some good XUL tuts?</p>
<p>Josh</p>
</div>

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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c72"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c72">[72]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Tal</strong> on Wednesday 6th October 2004 at 06:00 -0400</dt>
<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>This is frickin' awesome.  I finally have a use for that until-now stupid home button.</p>
</div>

<div class="NOTE-ua">Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; rv:1.7.3) Gecko/20041003 MultiZilla/1.6.3.1d</div>
</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c73"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c73">[73]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Jeroen</strong> on Wednesday 6th October 2004 at 06:16 -0400</dt>
<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>Josh, thanks for your magnificent stylesheet. I think all your ideas for improvement are good. We'll discuss detail s by email.</p>
<p>Tad, thanks for the compliment (and for teaching me some new english :-))</p>

</div>
<div class="NOTE-ua">Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.6) Gecko/20040413 Debian/1.6-5</div>
</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c74"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c74">[74]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Josh</strong> on Wednesday 6th October 2004 at 07:46 -0400</dt>
<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>Eh, I don't know about magnificent, but it matches my mood :P</p>

<p>Also, I noticed that you don't have the (1) options dialog (2)the
homepage set in install.rdf, you also don't have an icon for the
extension, I have been hacking around, and I set the options dialog,
and I set the homepage, and I gave it an icon (just the home icon in
the qute theme) and I added a link back to the BMH page in the footer
of the generated page.</p>
<p>I mean when I first installed the extension, I had to use google to
find the home page, since it wasn't listed in the rdf files, nor on the
generated page.</p>
<p>I'll send you my xpi if you like..</p>
<p>Josh</p>
</div>
<div class="NOTE-ua">Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.7.3) Gecko/20041002 Firefox/0.10.1</div>
</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c75"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c75">[75]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Flemseras</strong> on Thursday 7th October 2004 at 03:53 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>Hi...</p>
<p>Great extension!
<br>Is there anyway to delete links directly on the homepage, instead
of opening bookmarks manager ? Perhaps a "delete" option in the context
menu ?</p>
</div>
<div class="NOTE-ua">Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.7) Gecko/20040614 Firefox/0.9</div>
</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c76"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c76">[76]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Jeroen</strong> on Thursday 7th October 2004 at 09:20 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>Flemseras,
<br>I think there are plenty of extensions that add something to the
context menu, so I'd rather not do that for something so easily done
otherwise.</p>
</div>
<div class="NOTE-ua">Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.6) Gecko/20040413 Debian/1.6-5</div>
</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c77"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c77">[77]</a> Submitted by: <strong>JK</strong> on Thursday 7th October 2004 at 12:52 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>Hi
<br>2 things:
<br>Suggestion - Improve the printing compatibility.
<br>Question - To where should I send/post a style that I want to share?</p>
</div>
<div class="NOTE-ua">Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; rv:1.7.3) Gecko/20040913 Firefox/0.10 StumbleUpon/1.998</div>
</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c78"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c78">[78]</a> Submitted by: <strong>JK</strong> on Thursday 7th October 2004 at 12:57 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>And another suggestion: Organize this feedback page, it's getting
too long. (try: devide to pages / show posts made since... / create a
forum / etc.)</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c79"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c79">[79]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Jeroen</strong> on Thursday 7th October 2004 at 14:48 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>JK,
<br>I'm not sure what you mean with printing compatibility. I haven't
tried it yet (and, to be honest, bmh is one of the last things I'd want
to print) but it should just print fine. You're right about the length
of this page; I'll do something about it. I'm looking forward to your
stylesheet. You can simply post it here, or send it to me by email if
you want:
<br>jagrboom@zonnet.nl</p>
</div>
<div class="NOTE-ua">Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.6) Gecko/20040413 Debian/1.6-5</div>
</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c80"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c80">[80]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Josh</strong> on Thursday 7th October 2004 at 16:17 -0400</dt>

<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>Hehe, can you edit/delete comments? If so, please merge all of my
previous comments into one if you wish, I should have done that in the
first place... and better yet, how about I write a php script (if this
server supports PHP) for people to submit their stylesheets, and it
will email them to you, or automaticly post them to the styles page.
(The stylesheets take up a lot of room here!)</p>
<p>I too don't see why you would want to print BMH, you would have a
whole page of link titles, and no idea at all where they would lead to!</p>
<p>Jeroen, I am not sure if mozdev.org supports php/mysql, and if not,
I would be happy to host a phpBB forum for BMH on my site if you wish..
that may be a little better than 24 pages of user notes! (Thats how
long it would be if printed!)</p>
<p>Also, as you stated, I don't see the usefulness in deleting
bookmarks via the context menu, in addition to the fact that modifying
files would be a bit hard to do in javascript, and it would increase
the risk of bookmarks.html being corrupted.
<br>Josh</p>
</div>
<div class="NOTE-ua"><a href="http://www.ki4bbo.org">HTML? In the useragent?</a></div>
</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c81"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c81">[81]</a> Submitted by: <strong>JK</strong> on Friday 8th October 2004 at 08:59 -0400</dt>
<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>It's not that important, but - I've set BMH as my HP and noticed
that when starting FF, it doesn't show it. It shows its address in the
location bar, but with a blank page displayed.</p>
<p>Take care of it only if it's not too complicated. It will be a shame to waste time on it :-)</p>
</div>
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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c82"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c82">[82]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Josh</strong> on Friday 8th October 2004 at 09:35 -0400</dt>
<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>JK, to fix that, set the startup page to
chrome://bookmarkshome/content/startup.html its a little workaround I
came up with, and that simply redirects to the real page once the
bookmarks are fully loaded.</p>
<p>Hope the helps,
<br>Josh</p>
</div>

<div class="NOTE-ua">Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.7.3) Gecko/20041007 Firefox/0.10.1</div>
</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c83"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c83">[83]</a> Submitted by: <strong>JK</strong> on Friday 8th October 2004 at 15:02 -0400</dt>
<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>It did, thanx! :-)</p>
</div>

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</dd>


<dt class="NOTE-header" id="c84"><a class="NOTE-date" href="#c84">[84]</a> Submitted by: <strong>Josh</strong> on Friday 8th October 2004 at 16:01 -0400</dt>
<dd class="NOTE-body">
<div>
<p>You are welcome! :) If you care to, (probably wont) you can read the
whole thread, and see where this was mentioned, and I proposed a work
around to fix it, and sure enough he liked it :)</p>
<p>Glad it works,

<br>Josh</p>
</div>
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</dd>

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