Discussion:
changes to the 'save bookmark' dialog
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Matt
2008-07-31 20:22:16 UTC
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Dear del.icio.us developers,

I see the new site is out - congratulations!

I have some questions about the new 'save bookmark' dialog:
http://ljbox.com/fjarlq/images/new-delicious-dialog.png

That is what I see when I hit the 'Tag' button in my Delicious
Bookmarks add-on for Firefox 3. The add-on is running in classic mode.
I'm using OS X 10.5.4.

Problems:

1. The dialog box is not large enough for the contents, so there are
scrollbars -- inconvenient. The old dialog box was sized properly.

2. There is a second scrollable region buried inside the dialog box --
having to scroll a second area within a window which itself needs to
be scrolled is even more inconvenient.

3. Where are the recommended tags? I really liked that feature. They
have been replaced by my tag bundles which are not helpful here.

Just passing along my first impression of the new site. Are there
options somewhere for controlling the appearance and contents of this
dialog?

Thanks,
Matt
Larson, Timothy E.
2008-08-01 15:21:09 UTC
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Matt <> wrote:
> I see the new site is out - congratulations!

Gah! I hate it! Where's the list of tags to click? And what happened to
the del.icio.us domain?

Tim
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Tim Larson AMT2 Unix Systems Administrator
InterCall, a division of West Corporation

Eschew obfuscation!


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Scott
2008-08-21 04:18:52 UTC
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Larson, Timothy E. wrote:
> And what happened to the del.icio.us domain?


Uhhh...

Nothing. http://del.icio.us
Larson, Timothy E.
2008-09-11 14:56:33 UTC
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On Wednesday, August 20, 2008 11:19 PM, Scott <> scribbled:
> Larson, Timothy E. wrote:
>> And what happened to the del.icio.us domain?
>
> Uhhh...
>
> Nothing. http://del.icio.us <http://del.icio.us>

It sends me to delicious.com. :P The domain hack was part of the
popularity of Del, IMHO.

Tim
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Tim Larson AMT2 Unix Systems Administrator
InterCall, a division of West Corporation

Eschew obfuscation!


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