I love shortmarks on Chrome. But, on Safari, I am having some issues. Even though I have enabled pop-ups, it doesn't seem to work on Mojave with Safari. Any way to get this to work? Also, same problem happens on ios. Anyone know how to configure this?1 vote
Imagine a shortmark to reach, say salesforce.com. I might want to specify the keyword "sales" but I might also want it to match "sale". It would be great if I could just say
sale,sales in the keyword field.1 vote
I hadn’t thought of that. Thanks for the suggestion.
The idea is to allow shortmarks searches directly from bash (as googler - https://itsfoss.com/review-googler-linux/ allow google search from bash)1 vote
Google wants to be the definitive source for who YOU (we) are on the Web. I do not wish to be Google's product, nor do I wish to provide them with more dot-connecting information than they have already acquired without my consent. I have nothing to hide or protect but my privacy, which I find great value in preserving.7 votes
I agree wholeheartedly. It’s just a matter of finding the time to rework the application to allow for a standard email/password login that’s not tied to any external provider.
This seems a really handy feature. I wonder if you can make Shormarks integrated.
Have a version that can be easily installed on any web server to act as a personal version of Shortmarks27 votes
It shouldn’t be too hard, but I want to gauge the interest in this before spending time on it.
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