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Thursday, January 26, 2006

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Smart-Delete Button

Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Gmail Smart-Delete Button Ver. 0.7.2 Released!

[for FireFox ver 1.5 & Greasemonkey 6.4 users]
NEW! 'Smart-Delete' replacement for Gmail's 'vanilla' delete button.

Wish Gmail's new delete button had all those features you have come to love?
Features like auto-enabling when items are selected and customizable keyboard shortcuts? Well, we're back! Version 7 is up and running. Don't settle for vanilla. Download Smart-Delete Version 7 today!

[Version 7.2 again tweaks the button size - per user issues.
Be patient - I'll eventually get it right!]


Features: User defined keyboard shortcut - User can 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. 0.7.2
[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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Is Gmail's Delete Button Good Enough?

Under constant pressure from Gmail userts (especially ours) Google has reluctantly relented and provided a delete button. The problem is, they did not go far enough. Google has included only the barest of features - namely, the ability to delete selected items.

What they left out, however, are features users of the Smart-Delete Button have come to expect, such as user-customizable keyboard shortcuts, a more logical button placement and 'smart' enabling of the button only when items are selected. (Whowants to see a 'No messages selected' error?)

Should we accept this? I think not!

Until Google comes to their sensesand gives the users of Gmailwhat theywant, we have somethingbetter: the Smart-Delete Button.


Remember, you CAN make a difference...

Saturday, January 21, 2006

Gmail Smart-Delete Button Ver. 0.7.1 Released!

[for FireFox ver 1.5 & Greasemonkey 6.4 users]
NEW! 'Smart-Delete' replacement for Gmail's 'vanilla' delete button.

Wish Gmail's new delete button had all those features you have come to love?
Features like auto-enabling when items are selected and customizable keyboard shortcuts? Well, we're back! Version 7 is up and running. Don't settle for vanilla. Download Smart-Delete Version 7 today!

[Version 7.1 tweaks the button size - per user request.]

Features: User defined keyboard shortcut - User can 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. 0.7.1
[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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Friday, January 20, 2006

Gmail Smart-Delete Button Ver. 0.7.0 Released!

[for FireFox ver 1.5 & Greasemonkey 6.4 users]
NEW! 'Smart-Delete' replacement for Gmail's 'vanilla' delete button.

Wish Gmail's new delete button had all those features you have come to love?
Features like auto-enabling when items are selected and customizable keyboard shortcuts? Well, we're back! Version 7 is up and running. Don't settle for vanilla. Download Smart-Delete Version 7 today!

Features: User defined keyboard shortcut - User can 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. 0.7.0
[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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