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If youŽve ever used Backflip.com youŽll hopefully understand what I am getting at here.

How about adapting an existing WebBrowser plug-in that maintains your bookmarks on a web server?

Backflip is an example - you install a plug-in to your browser that gives you a right-click menu to add the current page or current link to a special site that maintains your bookmarks.

Added instead to a TWiki site this would be a really convenient way of helping people turn their list of links into something that, when refactored, is coherent for all to read.

Just a little comment in this calm before the storm of the release of TWikiReleaseSpring2001.

-- MartinCleaver - 07 Sep 2001

Sounds very useful to me!

-- RandyKramer -08 Sep 2001

Might have just found it - http://cutemarks.sourceforge.net is a BookmarksManager

-- MartinCleaver - 07 May 2002

Changed my mind. It wasn't what I was looking for.

-- MartinCleaver - 09 May 2002

Have a look at b. I use it as a Backflip/Blink replacement. A bit slow, however...

-- FrankHorowitz - 24 Sep 2002

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