[chandler-users] iGoogle gadget does not work
jeffrey at osafoundation.org
Tue May 13 11:36:50 PDT 2008
> For some strange reason, it didn't work with FF3b5, I removed FF3b5 and
> installed FF2, works like a charm.
Odd that you had problems but others didn't. I'm going to hold off on
looking more deeply into that until FF3 is actually released, though, I
> I wonder if it could be implemented as a tomboy plugin or some other
> extension for the Gnome desktop (or KDE) ? It would be nice if you could
> have this same gadget with a keyboard shortcut configured. Press the
> shortcut, collect, <enter> (or esc or alt+f4) and you're done to process
> the info later either via Chandler desktop or Chandler Hub.
> Maybe the Google gadgets engine could be used? Is it available for *nix
The Quick Entry widget's UI and network details are all written in
speed things up on Google, but it's not Google specific.
It seems like various platforms (OS X, Vista, I don't know in the Linux
world) have Konfabulator-like widget systems, it should be fairly simple
presentation layers are sufficiently similar to a browser's.
Getting things working with something like Tomboy would be possible, but
a little more challenging, since Tomboy wants to manage the full
life-cycle of a note (create, edit, find), not just create a note.
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