Re: [Epiphany] epiphany toolbar/bookmarks

On Fri, 2003-05-30 at 12:11, Marco Pesenti Gritti wrote: 
> On Fri, 2003-05-30 at 17:48, Marcelo E. Magallon wrote:
> > On Fri, May 30, 2003 at 12:42:26PM +0200, Marco Pesenti Gritti wrote:
> > 
> >  > 4 Interesting. I see lot of people on gnomedesktop complaining about
> >  > it and some others saying that they started to use bookmarks only
> >  > with epiphany. What are people complaining about ?
> > 
> >  * Adding bookmarks is not easy in the non-trivial case.
> See about this, you may
> want to put your comments there.

I'd also like to see this, I just posted some comments against the bug.

> >  Wish: an easy way to see "related" bookmarks.  I have a bookmark B0
> >  with topics T0, T1 and T2 (all of them are very orthogonal).  I'm
> >  looking at T0.  In order to find out that B0 is in T1, too, I have to
> >  look at its properties and scroll thru the list of topics until I
> >  notice that T1 is also checked.  Now I have to search for T1 in the
> >  topics list and select it in order to see which other bookmarks are
> >  related to B0.
> Can you explain in which context a faster way to see which topics a
> bookmark is related to, is useful ?

I can. Recently I upgraded to Epiphany at work (having used it at home
for a long time and come to enjoy it.) Well, one problem I ran into is
that at work I had a whole ton of Bookmarks to import from Mozilla. To
be able to categorize these (over 100), it would have been much easier
to just be able to select the bookmark and see what categories it
belonged to in order to see if I needed to drag it to an additional
category. I envision maybe making any category that it belongs to bold.
That seems almost obvious to me. To make it more Utilitarian, you could
add a checkbox to the left of each category and populate the checkbox
when a bookmark is selected as belonging to the category. Then you could
edit the categories by checking the box, or by dragging to the category.
Multi-selections become a pain at that point, though, that would take
some thought, but I think it's doable.


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