Keep Your Friends Close: Using Web Panels for Social Media
D0J0P last edited by
I love the idea of web panels, and would probably use it for things like FB/FB Messenger, Gmail, etc. But the problem is they take up RAM/CPU and bandwidth resources without giving me the ability to hibernate it. If it didn't take up any resources while they were hidden, I'd probably use it a lot more often. For now, being able to close and hibernate tabs is keeping me from using web panels.
dLeon last edited by
1st, is it ok to continue in this 1 year old thread?
Anyway, I'm agree with you. Active site such GMail become a burden if added as webpanel.
I wonder if we add stock ticker site to webpanel it usually update every second, Gmail every few minutes. Never test it, just cross my mind as I write this.
Hibernating webpanel for site like GMail will cause the checking doesn't run. We'll need another method to minimize resource.
D0J0P last edited by
@dleon This thread is a year old? I just came here from Vivaldi's tweet/retweet, which led me here and thought it was a new thread. Sorry about that.
I do like your ideas on stock ticker. It's kind of like notifications from apps you get for emails, even though you don't have the app open at all. I agree there needs to be another method for minimizing resource, but as someone who isn't a programmer, I don't know the solution to that.
bogensbergerb last edited by
Using the Web Panels for social media accounts works amazing! So fluid!
skyscream last edited by
I love this browser. I am a web engineer. its great for productivity.
Thank you so much for creating it.
The biggest change I would be requesting is for some indicator on the panel to show me a notification count/ or light on the social media sites.
Also a solution for others who may have the same types of problems as I:
i find that while using messenger.com. the css of the site actually contains a min-width, restricting me from making the panel too thin.
This is when I discovered that css/js injection plugins effect the panel area too.
So now I have unset this min-width. i also have the facebook header bar positioned fixed. so I always see notifications even while scrolling through facebook.
Braden last edited by
@duarte-framos: does Tiddlywiki Provide any clear advantages over the current OneNote?
Vakkotaur last edited by
Now if I could tile them... so I could have, say, both Gab and Twitter showing.