- The document is in French - Documents are ambiguous and incomplete - The open graph pattern does not work (probably because of the ambiguous description) - Windows version says it does not work (not listed here)
Noté 5 sur 5
par Utilisateur ou utilisatrice 12858611 de Firefox, il y a 2 ans
Loving both Zim and zim-clip, It's a real game changer in terms of how I do web research - which is a huge part of my work. Both the bookmark and page clip features are indispensible - Zim is now at least twice as useful as without zim-clip.
What I really need, what would really make zim-clip perfect, is an option to export ALL tabs in a window to :mark in one operation - preferably with an option to format as a list in Zim markup.
I'm about to use zim-clip to manually export about 40 open tabs to :marks, one at a time - and will need to do this frequently in the future.
Another nice-to-have feature would be export of an entire bookmark tree to :marks, retaining the tree structure as sub-lists in Zim.
Still, a fantastic Add-in even as is. Thank you for making this!
I like the way the plug-in works, but: it would be great if the user could configure the way the links are inserted, and preset a default notebook where the copied links go. I, for example, prefer to format links as
* — <url as link> — <additional notes><br /><br />so that all links go into a list.<br /><br />If it were possible to ~~fuse~~ merge the two dialogues (the one from zim-clip, the other from the quick note plug-in of Zim itself) into one, it would be perfect.<br /><br />But really: thank you for this nice plug-in.<br /><br />2016-12-05:<br />Thank you for your quick response, Rui. Looking forward to your new development. By the way: your homepage is interesting, too. It's a pity my French is so bad. Regards, Andreas
(1) configure the way the links are inserted - good idea. I'll put it on my evolution list. (2) fuse the two dialogues - that's on my todo list :-)
I'm now in a phase of porting the addon into the new Web Extension paradigm (http://omacronides.com/projets/zim-clip/issues/0018 and https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/Add-ons/WebExtensions). I have some problems calling zim at this point but i hope to have a new version of the addon by the end of the year.