Member since: Jan 14th, 2006
Aug 26th 2009 11:48AM This looks perfect for Yahoo! widgets or twitter monitors, anything you want at a glance but not in your way.
May 28th 2008 10:17AM That's an option, but not the best solution for every situation.And even if you decide that Drupal is the right tool for your website, you still have to *design* the site, for which this article is still relevant.
May 17th 2008 12:36PM Downloading it now. I hope this finally fixes the "crash every time I close gmail" bug.
Mar 21st 2008 12:14PM It's crashed on me a lot, but I'm also running some unsupported extensions.
Jan 24th 2008 5:49PM I can get it to search Google in the search box, but the "live preview" doesn't have the same Google search results in the drop-down that appears as you type. The search options dialog has options for Amazon, eBay, and Yahoo, and a couple of others, but not for Google, which is what I really want. I just want it to behave like Firefox here: I type in the first few letters of a search phrase, hit the down arrow a couple of times to get to the one I want, and hit enter. When I hit enter, it should take me to the Google search page for that term.Basically it looks like I want the drop-down to be an autocomplete, which is how Firefox works, while Flock wants the drop-down to replace the search page.
Jan 17th 2008 7:56PM Man, I *really* want to like Flock. But its stupid insistence on using Yahoo in the drop-down search box keeps driving me off. If it would let me switch to the default behavior from Firefox, I would probably actually use Flock. But that one stupid behavior is a deal-breaker for me.
Jan 14th 2008 1:24PM You apparently didn't read the linked article:"The previous version, launched just over a month ago, brought together our suite of web applications -- including Search, Gmail, Calendar, Reader, and more -- into one easy-to-use interface. Since then, we've streamlined the interface even further."
Jan 10th 2008 10:54AM Try using http://www.scenta.co.uk/minisites/flash/roboclaw/roboclaw2.swfThat works for me.
Dec 29th 2007 10:22AM But it says it can handle FairPlay on the Songbird site, but that only applies to audio apparently.And for something that isn't trying to replace iTunes, it sure looks a lot like iTunes. And that really what I was hoping for; iTunes has a lot of stupid little limitations that I would love to be rid of.
Dec 29th 2007 12:46AM I think this has a lot of promise. I'm looking forward to a good open-source media player.This one has a couple of problems that I noticed right off the bat: It doesn't seem to handle smart playlists at all (unless they're a hidden option someplace), and it couldn't handle my iTunes-purchased video files. If it's going to replace iTunes, it needs to be able to do everything iTunes can. But it's definitely a good start.
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