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Sean Brady

New Read It Later in Toolbar - 274 views

Firefox toolbar 3.1.6.13 read later key shortcut suggestion

started by Sean Brady on 18 Dec 08
  • Sean Brady
     
    Just installed the new toolbar, and I was curious to see what the Read It Later functionality would bring. I just played with it a bit, but It does not look like the button does anything different than the one click bookmark, except to close the page that was being viewed.

    Is that it? Am I missing something?
  • anonymous
     
    I think the Read Later "concept" has merit, as we have all extensively discussed prior, however this current instantiation misses the mark, in my opinion.

    Sean Brady wrote:
    > Just installed the new toolbar, and I was curious to see what the Read It Later functionality would bring. I just played with it a bit, but It does not look like the button does anything different than the one click bookmark, except to close the page that was being viewed.
    >
    > Is that it? Am I missing something?
  • Sean Brady
     
    You know what I really think it is missing? A keyboard shortcut.

    Scott Allam wrote:
    > I think the Read Later "concept" has merit, as we have all extensively discussed prior, however this current instantiation misses the mark, in my opinion.
    >
    > Sean Brady wrote:
    > > Just installed the new toolbar, and I was curious to see what the Read It Later functionality would bring. I just played with it a bit, but It does not look like the button does anything different than the one click bookmark, except to close the page that was being viewed.
    > >
    > > Is that it? Am I missing something?
  • anonymous
     
    Edited: The Option menu is now holding the Keyboard commands. Looks good. Thanks.

    Well currently none of my keyboard short cuts work for Diigo, because the Option menu is broken. Be that as it may, I agree that "Read later" would be an appropriate feature to have a short cut.
  • Graham Perrin
     
    Sean Brady wrote:

    > Is that it?

    Maybe. To me, it seems so.

    > Am I missing something?

    I'm not sure what else there is to the feature, because I can't recall the on-screen explanation, which I opted to not view again (and that's a separate topic ;)

    It's certain that for as long as the feature was deprecated, the users that previously enjoyed it were missing something, and they'll appreciate its return.

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