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October 08, 2003

Search your (Safari) bookmarks

I found a link to a cool Safari hack on Kirk Samuelson's blog: HetimaSafariHackEX

It enables you to search your bookmarks and history in Apple searching manner: type a few letters and the list hrinks to those relevant. Basically, it was developed to enable japanese users to switching between the four common Japanese charsets: Shift JIS, euc-jp, iso-2022-jp, and utf-8. It adds a beginning of syntax coloring for those interested.

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Tracked on October 8, 2003 04:14 PM

Comments

Can you provide some quick installation instructions? The link to Kirk Samuelson's blog is not coming up for me now, and the littlethinktank.com link is broken.

Posted by: Omar at June 14, 2005 06:02 AM