[pmwiki-users] Announcement: Marklets-0.9

Andrew Standfield andy at scruffyco.com
Wed Aug 2 23:51:08 CDT 2006

This is extremely damn cool...

Except... Mine is doing something *really* bizarre with the delete  
links. I couldn't explain it if I tried, so I just have to show you:


See all the extra stuff on the delete link? What is that? When i  
click them, I get the following error:

"PmWiki can't process your request

?invalid page name

We are sorry for any inconvenience."

I was using Safari and thought that might be a problem, but get the  
same behavior on Camino and Firefox.

There is one thing... I don't know if this would have any effect on  
it at all... but I put the script in my cookbook folder and renamed  
it to marklets-0-9.php to match the include call from config.php (not  
the hyphen as opposed to the dot between 0 and 9).

The \ before the quotes is a little pesky, too. If it didn't do that  
would it end up understanding wiki markup? That would be a plus for me.


On Aug 2, 2006, at 2:57 PM, Ben Wilson wrote:

> While I should be fixing a few issues with past recipes, I decided to
> polish and release a recipe I use to manage bookmarks. I originally
> used AddLinkBookmarklet, but found myself wanting a little more
> flexibility. So, I annouce Marklets-0.9[1].
> Many of us work on multiple computers and use PmWiki to track
> essential information. However, we still need a way to quickly and
> easily manage bookmarks. Marklets improves the similar approach in
> Cookbook:AddLinkBookmarklet by giving the user two ways to add
> categorical bookmarks to a wiki site---manual mode and "hurry mode,"
> and by providing a mechanism to remove unwanted bookmarks. The impact
> is an easy-to-use bookmark management system accessible whenever you
> are on the Internet. This should help you track the sites that are
> important to you.
> Among its features is the use of java codelets (for Mozilla, not sure
> about IE) that allows you to click a bookmark to capture the current
> web page. This is similar to the other recipe, except it also grabs
> the web page's title for you.
> There are two modes, "hurry" and "manual." The former mode allows you
> to click the codelet, bookmark the page automatically, and return to
> the original page--not too different than when you use Mozilla. The
> "manual" mode allows you to edit the title and add a summary. With the
> manual mode, you can also assign a link to a pre-existing category (as
> determined by wiki pages) or add a new category.
> Each added link has a timestamp. There is also a delete option
> attached to each link.
> Categories are based on page name. For example,
> Bookmarks/Bookmarks-Technical is the Technical category.
> I invite y'all to give it a try and let me know of its utility or
> problems. Please also let me know of any documentation issues.
> [1]: http://pmwiki.org/wiki/Cookbook/Marklets
> -- 
> Ben Wilson
> "All this worldly wisdom was once the unamiable heresy of some wise  
> man." HDT
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