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Firefox toolbar: Smart folders limited to 20 items in the dropdown list? - 27 views

  • Jeremy Gollehon
     
    I recently went over 20 bookmarks in one of my Smart Folders and noticed the 21st item not showing in the folder dropdown. Is there a way to change the visible items to greater than 20?
  • Jeremy Gollehon
     
    Not the same. You're talking about the related tags bar on the Add Bookmark dialog box? I think?
    I'm talking about the Smart filters area in the browsers toolbar.
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Any chance the search functionality from chrome will be ported to the firefox addin? - 18 views

started by Jeremy Gollehon on 12 Feb 12 no follow-up yet
  • Jeremy Gollehon
     
    I love diigo and firefox. In general they are an amazingly powerful combination. However, one thing Chrome has that firefox doesn't is the concurrent search of the diigo library when a google search is performed. This functionality is extremely useful for finding old but relevant webpages that no longer show up in organic google searches.

    Any chance this will get ported to firefox? I've started duplicating all my bookmarks in Evernote just to get this functionality.

    Thanks!
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Diigo toolbar not working properly - 228 views

  • Jeremy Gollehon
     
    I'm having similar problems. For the last couple weeks the Smart Folders are empty even though I have many bookmarks that should be showing. Anyone else still having issues?
    I'm using Firefox 8.
  • Jeremy Gollehon
     
    Working great for me. Everything loads instantly. Thanks!
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Is it possible for the Chrome extension to create a local bookmark like the firefox and... - 29 views

  • Jeremy Gollehon
     
    Just wondering. Thinking about jumping to Chrome. Thanks.
  • Jeremy Gollehon
     
    "local bookmark" = bookmark stored in the browser. In firefox this makes for lighting quick searches of your history and sites (with title and label search) directly from the address bar. It's great when trying to find a site you know you've been to but can't remember exactly what it is.

    I gave Chrome a try for a few days and I don't hate it but the limitations on extension development turn me off. I'm now using firefox 4 beta. I'm pretty sure it will be my browser of choice in the future.
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Gmail Version 2 - Diigo - 233 views

  • Jeremy Gollehon
     
    I can not wait for this feature.

    I'd love it for selling things on craigslist. Using the annotation sidebar to track who I've contacted and where we are in the transaction.
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  • Jeremy Gollehon
     
    Graham, what do you mean by "seems to demonstrate support"? I'm a little confused.

    At some point diigo will need to support hash tags (#). It's becoming a popular way to deploy ajax pages that don't require reloading the page. Google and Facebook both use them. Here's a question I posted to stackoverflow a while back. The accepted answer explains the situation pretty well.
  • Jeremy Gollehon
     
    Bookmarking pages with hash tags doesn't always work. This shouldn't be tagged as resolved everywhere. It does not work in gmail or facebook. It does work for google search results and the adobe site from that other thread.

    For anyone testing, most sites only present url's with hash tags when you are using Firefox 3.5.
  • Jeremy Gollehon
     
    For gmail maybe it's a diigolet vs toolbar thing? If I try to run the diigolet in firefox it says "can't run because the Diigo Toolbar is installed" and I don't really feel like uninstalling just to test.

    In facebook, if you click on the Profile link in the top header, you should be taken to a page with a hash character. Mine looks like:
    http://www.facebook.com/home.php#/GollyJer
    but my profile isn't public so I don't think you can test it specifically.
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Tag when using Highlight and Sticky Note. - 118 views

started by Jeremy Gollehon on 31 May 07 no follow-up yet
  • Jeremy Gollehon
     
    Every time I use Highlight and Sticky Note action, I have to go to My Bookmarks to add tags. Currently Diigo auto-tags the bookmark with no_tag. It seems it would be fairly easy to add a Tags input box at the bottom of the sticky note. It also seems like the note itself could be have a more optimal layout. Also, my guess is that the average user would want rich text formatting enabled by default.
    Here's an idea.

    Adding new note:
    New note

    Editing existing note:
    New note
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Bug with local bookmark folders sync when using a quoted tag - 58 views

started by Jeremy Gollehon on 25 May 07 no follow-up yet
  • Jeremy Gollehon
     
    When syncing Diigo bookmarks to local bookmarks, a tag like "Test this" should create a folder name "Test this".
    Right now it creates two folders. One name "Test and another named this".
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[Discussion] Please assist us fighting spam - 60 views

started by Maggie Tsai on 27 Apr 07 no follow-up yet
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No way to turn off search words on toolbar. - 7 views

started by Jeremy Gollehon on 16 Apr 07 no follow-up yet
  • Jeremy Gollehon
     
    When I turn off the search box on the Diigo toolbar the search terms and search terms highlighter remains. These should probably be tied to the search bar, or if not, at least have a way to be turned off in the options menu.

    Thanks,
    Jeremy
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Text of sticky note in expanded bookmark messed up. - 89 views

started by Jeremy Gollehon on 12 Apr 07 no follow-up yet
  • Jeremy Gollehon
     
    The text:
    "What do you think Steve? Could you do a video like this for the BP Toolbar for Outlook?"

    Is showing up like:
    "What do you think Steve?%%26%nbsp; Could you do a video like this for the BP Toolbar for Outlook?%%26%nbsp;"

    when viewed by clicking on the Expand button of a bookmark. This messed up rendering only happens when the note is viewed in an expanded bookmark in a Group. It displays correctly in the My Bookmarks section.

    -Jeremy
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Dual monitor problems. - 97 views

started by Jeremy Gollehon on 12 Apr 07 no follow-up yet
  • Jeremy Gollehon
     
    When the browser is on a secondary monitor and I hover over a sticky note, the popup appears on my primary monitor.

    The same goes for the Diigo menu item that pops up when hovering over some highlighted text.

    -Jeremy
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Allow user to define button order on toolbar. - 12 views

started by Jeremy Gollehon on 11 Apr 07 no follow-up yet
  • Jeremy Gollehon
     
    I love the toolbar but it would be nice to be able to choose the order I would like the buttons.

    -Jeremy
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Clicking Help opens a size locked dialog box. - 81 views

started by Jeremy Gollehon on 11 Apr 07 no follow-up yet
  • Jeremy Gollehon
     
    It is kind of annoying to have to scroll around the help dialog box that comes up when clicking any of the 'help..' options in the Toolbar Options dialog. At a minimum the dialog should be resizable and the width of the help text so a user doesn't have to sidescroll to read.

    -Jeremy
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Local Browser Bookmark Options - 52 views

  • Jeremy Gollehon
     
    I love that diigo adds bookmarks to my Windows favorites. It's especially useful because favorites will show up when using Windows Desktop Search (WDS), called Instant Search in Vista, or any other desktop search program.

    I have a few requests that would make it possibly work a little better. I'm using IE7 by the way.

    1) It would be great to identify the Diigo-Bookmarks base folder. Some users may want to dump their Diigo bookmarks directly into their Favorites folder, or may simply want to change the name of the Diigo-Bookmarks folder.

    2) Allow the user to define where QuickD favorites get put. I have a temp folder in Favorites\Links that I use for QuickD type favorites now. Because it's in the Links folder it shows up on the IE7 Links toolbar for quick access. It would be useful if I could get QuickD favs to show up in my Temp folder as well.

    3) A way to put only one favorite in the folder structure, regardless of the number of tags, would be great. See next suggestion for ideas.

    4) Provide the option to have the Diigo toolbar attempt to delete local bookmarks that have been deleted by the user on the Diigo website. With this option, Diigo could use the current settings to look for a deleted bookmark in the local folder structure. If it's there, delete it. If not (moved by user or something) then do nothing.

    Long one without a number because it's long and has multiple parts)
    When adding my own bookmarks to Windows I've generally put them in a folder structure and then renamed the title with a [Tags] keyword. For example the search engine "btjunkie" would live in the folder Favorites\Search\Torrents and have the title "btjunkie.com [Tags] bittorent, search engine". This makes it easy to find favorites whether I'm using WDS or simply navigating the Favorites folder structure. It would be great for Diigo to give more control to the user when 'Local "Bookmarks" folder of your browser" is selected.

    Right now Diigo adds a bookmark for every tag. This seems like overkill in a folder structure (and creates multiple results when using WDS). Maybe there could be an option to only add the bookmark to a folder for the first tag used for a given bookmark.

    I propose seperating the adding of local bookmarks into it's own section of the Options dialog and calling the other section "Add to Other Bookmarking Sites".

    With all this long winded feedback, here's a quick mockup of how the Local Bookmark options might look.
    http://snipurl.com/LocalBookmarkOpts

    And here's how an updated Diigo 'Add Bookmark' dialog might look with notes on how it might act.
    http://snipurl.com/DiigoDialog

    I've been waiting a long time for a company to come along that I feel might actually be able to accomplish something like this. After seeing so much user feedback go into the product, maybe Diigo is the one!

    Thanks,
    Jeremy
  • Jeremy Gollehon
     
    I'm happy to be on board and glad you liked some of the ideas. As the lead of a software development team I fully understand priorities. It's obvious Diigo's primary focus is Social Annotation (with the new Groups and Sticky Note features being huge additions). I just happen to think it's the best bookmarking service on the web as well. :-)

    Can't wait to see what you guys come up with next!
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