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latest Firebird supports RSS/Atom/YourSyndication format straight from within the program. The feature is called LiveMarks and apparently it’s the abbreviation of Live Bookmarks. It works perfect: blog entries (for example) are just added as bookmarks. That’s it. After all they are just links. No need for external applications or so-called RSS news readers. I only wished that someone would come up with a better icon than that ‘flash’ thing.

sm_findasyoutype.jpgBut wait: there’s more! Find as you type finally seems to mature: the developers have put an extra editbox in the statusline plus the additional arrowkeys to highlight the next found word or phrase. Perfect combination of using the regular way of finding text and the ‘vi’ way.

For the daring, find (and install) your latest Firefox build here.

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3 Responses to Livemarks

  1. alfons says:

    Arthur, you might as well use the function openImagePopup() I wrote.

    See here:

  2. Arthur says:

    you might as well use the function openImagePopup() I wrote.

    Oh… How different is this from the regular MT popup itself? Or doesn’t it popup?

  3. Arthur says:

    Or doesn’t it popup?

    I see: space. Everytime I create a popup, MT generates a separate HTML file.

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