In list.comp.rox-users, Jonatan wrote:
> If it calls "rox-uri-drop" instead of "wget", you don't have to change
> the PATH or move change name of the real wget, and the rox-uri-drop
> script can be as simple as this:
Indeed. The patch was more of a proof of concept - see elsewhere for my
thoughts on what should happen - and it means bigger changes to the
filer than I've got time to do :-(
> echo "$1" | savebox -t "text/x-uri" $PWD/NewBookmark.uri
That ends up as a hideously kludgey user interface though: the user
drags from Mozilla to the filer, chooses "Bookmark" and then another
savebox pops up (admittedly the user just has to press enter, but still)
Also, it feels "wrong" having thrown information which Mozilla provides
away which'd be nice to include in the bookmark.
Is there a standard for .uri files, btw?
> NOTE: It works to drop on a Directory on your panel, but dir-spring-open
> doesn't work...
Hmm, interesting - does here...
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