donnelly at snowcrest.net
Sat Aug 6 00:10:21 EDT 2005
Either set it up as bookmarklet access and you can
use the faviconpicker extension and create your
own 'toolbar' on your Bookmarks Toolbar (see inline
attached example image below), or set it up as an
extension and it can have its own toolbar button
that can be added to your toolbar using the toolbar
customization manager dialog. (like the downThemAll!
and Web Developer Toolbar extensions and others do --
also see snapshot below)
Actually, that would be a cool extension to Gm.
Allow the user to specify a button to add to their
toolbar and a GmScript function to execute when it's
pressed. Probably wouldn't be too difficult. Not too
much different from the Gm menu thing.
Actually, I'm thinking about gathering all of my
bookmarklets into a single GmScript as one function
each that can be called from a bookmarklet link.
Mostly because the bookmarklet code format is such
a pain to have to read and understand and modify or
on a single line, and with most whitespace removed, etc.
Sometimes bad things happen to good people.
When that happens, those good people should
seek out and find some bad people.
And then do something bad to them.
Just to even things out.
It's only fair, after all.
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