Archive: January 2009
Previously, I show you how to Bookmark Texts Within Any Webpage using Web Notes. However, the bookmark texts process is not quit intuitive... So, this time I'm going to show you how to improve it to become a more user-friendly tool!
This is probably not a very useful trick for most people, but you will find this trick very helpful if you uses Links panel very often. This trick inspired by Highlight Bookmark function, it will help you to locate certain link from webpage inside Links panel quickly...
Some people group similar website together & save 'em as session, then they can revisit different group of websites separately without the need to keep a lot of inactive tabs opened all the time. However, there are no easy way to save/update specific session quickly with Opera... The only way is through the troublesome Save This Session routine by overwrite each session in order to keep 'em up-to-date before close window (or session). Now, I'm going to show you how to save current window as session with prefix NAME & close window at once, allow you to continue browsing the next window immediately...
How to keep current page opened, when go back to previously visited page? How about open previously visited page in a new tab instead? You can do so by duplicate current page before go back to a previously visited page... Well, here is a trick that allow you to do just that!
Windows panel/manager should support Copy document address function to allow us grab multiple URL from opened pages quickly, but for some reason it doesn't work!!! So, we have to copy & paste each URL from each page, one by one into the text editor manually to compile an URL list. Let's try a faster approach: Bookmarked all pages, then copy all URL from those bookmarks simultaneously, & paste 'em into a Note to compile an URL list. Now that's much quicker, but still too much work to do... OK, what if I simplify the whole process into just one single step instead?!!
Previously, I share some ideas in Bookmark Folder vs Sessions Manager about how to use bookmarks folder to create an artificial Sessions Manager. This time, I'm going to show you how to make the artificial Sessions Manager even more user-friendly. Make sure you read part 1 to learn the basic stuff before using the tricks I'm going to show you!
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