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
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
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.
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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