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Isildur last edited by
Did it ever get addressed, elsewhere, whether this is a planned feature or not?
mihawk90 last edited by
Would be really nice to have, but I would assume this is already on some ToDo list. I doubt they would let out a feature that is in every browser since netscape 4 or whatever…
luetage last edited by
I have to agree, there are several bookmarklets I use regularly and support would be greatly appreciated (:
egoebelbecker last edited by
+1 for this. I need bookmarklets for Instapaper and Pinboard.
burnout426 last edited by
Although, I'd like a little improvement on bookmarklet support.
For a twist on this to make it more automatic and much simpler:
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smeagol07 last edited by
Browser for power users without bookmarklets… sounds silly. I'm sure they will implement it.
Tuexss last edited by
+1; was quite surprised when it didn't work - couldn't imagine a browser in 2015 to not allow js-bookmarklets.
mmcardinale last edited by
Bookmarklet support is the only thing keeping me from switching completely
Hm, add me to the big +1 group, bookmarklets are essential for a browser, especially one designed for power users!!!
Yes, i miss bookmarklets for daily work in addressbar, too.
I previously used this when Opera broke bookmarklet support some time ago: http://sandbox.self.li/bookmarklet-to-extension/ to quickly create extensions that ran bookmarklet code, but it seems not to work anymore (sourcecode on Github, so should be easily fixable for PHP users).
Nice idea, but …. BMets converted to extensions are not a good solution.
If you want to use many bookrmaklests as they all are loaded in processes, eating up memory resources.
luetage last edited by
While searching around for cookie extensions I stumbled upon this:
The extension is called AutoScript and is an (intermediate) solution for those who need to run bookmarklets every once in a while.
It runs fine in Vivaldi, you can add a bookmarklet by clicking "add script" and simply dragging your bookmarklet on the text area (copy/paste will work too) and saving it.
I tested it with the readable bookmarklet. To make it work you need to first enable the script and then load the site you wish to run your bookmarklet on. In addition you can use regular expression to define the sites your script/bookmarklet should run on.
Well, I guess that's the best we can do for now.
Oh yeah, and you can obviously save/run as many bookmarklets as you like with it.
May be it will come in Snapshot next week.
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@Gwen-Dragon My tumblr bookmarklet doesn't work. I shall continue waiting for bookmarklet support.
Isildur last edited by Isildur
Bookmarklets are working for me. (Although it's possible something is going wrong in your install. Do you have the latest snapshot?) Make sure that it isn't a bookmarklet that relies on any browser-specific features or quirks. (Best to rely on bookmarklets known to work in Chrome. Also, it's safest to use only official bookmarklets issued by reliable sites, or bookmarklets you've coded yourself. A lot of bad stuff can be done by a malicious bookmarklet.)