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Sunday, September 18, 2005

Gmail Smart-Delete Button Ver. 0.5.0 Released!

[for FireFox ver 1.5 Beta 2 & Greasemonkey 6.3 users]

Includes all the new user-requested changes of ver 0.4.1 plus incorporates 'XPC Native Wrappers' for additional security.

1. Smart-Delete now traps for 'Alt' and 'Ctrl' keypresses. These combination keypresses will no longer erroneously trigger mail deletion.

2. User defined keyboard shortcut - User can now set which key they would like to use to trigger mail deletion. (The default letter is 'd', but by editing the script file any letter can be used. Just find the following line of code near the beginning of the script:
var TheDeleteKey='d';
And change the key letter to whichever one you like.
Be careful, though, not to select a shortcut already being used by Gmail!)


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Download here: Gmail Smart-Delete Button Ver. 0.5.0
[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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Thursday, September 08, 2005

Gmail Smart-Delete Button Ver. 0.4.1 Released!

[for FireFox ver 1.0x & Greasemonkey 5.x users]

New User-Requested Changes!

1. Smart-Delete now traps for 'Alt' and 'Ctrl' keypresses. These combination keypresses will no longer erroneously trigger mail deletion.

2. User defined keyboard shortcut - User can now set which key they would like to use to trigger mail deletion. (The default letter is 'd', but by editing the script file any letter can be used. Just find the following line of code near the beginning of the script:
var TheDeleteKey='d';
And change the key letter to whichever one you like.
Be careful, though, not to select a shortcut already being used by Gmail!)


(Click to view larger.)

Download here: Gmail Smart-Delete Button Ver. 0.4.1
[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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