Loc: The Wizard's Balcony
I posted this at Maccentral lounge, but got no responses, so I thought that maybe I had gotten it here:<br><br>A few weeks ago, I got my hands on a little java thing that could be stored as a bookmark. If saved in the bookmark bar of Safari, clicking it would cause Mail to come up with a message containing the name of the webpage that you were on, as well as a link to that webpage in the text of the message. <br><br>I found it really handy, but can't remember exactly where I got it. Was it here? Does anyone know what I'm talking about? <br><br>TIA, Trey<br><br><br>
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I only remembered because it doesn't work for me and I had ment to remove it. If I clicked on it, Mail opened with nothing but a blank message and then would refuse to quit. I had to force quit mail to close it.<br><br>drjohn<br>[i]My photographs[i]
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