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Monday, June 20, 2005

Gmail Smart-Delete Button Ver. 0.3.8 Released!

Gmail has started redirecting users to a different URL:
mail.google.com/mail/

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Version 0.3.8 Modifies the script's INCLUDE statement to include this new URL:
// @include http*://*mail.google.com/*mail/*

Simply install version 0.3.8 and you are done.

Alternately, you can change the include statements in GreaseMonkey's Options panel. Delete all existing include strings and add the string:
http*://*mail.google.com/*mail/*

Download version 0.3.8 here: Gmail Smart-Delete Button
[To install, right-click the above link & choose 'Install User Script...' from context menu.]



Keep those comments and suggestions coming!
I'll try to implement any useful (and reasonable) suggestions you come up with.
Check back often for updates!


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5 Comments:

Blogger Fotis said...

Great script and fast updates ! This is good work ! Thank you for sharing this script.

2:41 AM, June 21, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

maybe not the right place to ask, but would it be possible to add a keyboard shortcut (e.g. "D") or at least a keyboard accelerator (e.g. "Alt+D" for this script?)

1:53 AM, June 27, 2005  
Blogger Paul M. said...

While it would not be too difficult to 'wrap' the part of the script that draws the delete button with a conditional clause that is toggled with a key combination, the 'script' technically would still be enabled since the code to detect keystrokes would need to continue to run.

The functionality of enabling / disabling scripts is better left to GreaseMonkey itself as each script would not need to implement / debug / troubleshoot / maintain such code.

GM already offers the ability to enable / disable a script from its options dialog. Simply select the script in question and uncheck the 'enabled' checkbox.

I don't really see a good reason to have this functionality tied to a keyboard shortcut, though. Why would one need to enable / disable a script repeatedly enough to justify it?

2:29 PM, June 27, 2005  
Blogger chyams said...

i'm guessing that the poster was asking for a keyboard shortcut for deleting mail -- not for enabling/disabling the smart-delete script. this script takes the gmail delete from 3 clicks to 1, but adding a keyboard shortcut would be even better (for those of us who prefer not to use the mouse at all).

thanks for the script.

9:14 AM, June 28, 2005  
Blogger Paul M. said...

I must have preoccupied when I answered. Sorry. Yes that would be nice to have. I'll look into it & see if it can be done.

9:41 AM, June 28, 2005  

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