Here’s an update for Pinbar – a Safari extension for pinboard.in.
Adding pages in a pop-up works now (sounds easy, but wasn’t..:) and via drag & drop. Read on…
Add to Pinboard via Pop-up
In the Pinbar preferences you can choose to add bookmarks in a pop-up (Just like the “popup”-bookmarklet from pinboard.in).
You have to disable the popup-blocker in Safari (Preferences -> Security) – or you get a warning message.
Here’s the settings menu:
And then you add bookmarks in a popup window, like this:
Drag & Drop
You can drag URLs from the address bar or links from the website, or images or whatever onto the Pinboard toolbar – and if you drop it, you can bookmark it directly.
Fun, because it is native HTML5. But not 100% what I wanted, because you can’t use dragndrop for the buttons on the main Safari toolbar (the grey buttons).
You also have a context menu available (right-click on the current page), where you can add the page to pinboard or save it as “read later”. This context menu can also be disabled in the settings.
Misc other stuff
- Toolbar has a close button now You can show the toolbar again in the “View”-Menu from Safari
- If you want to search and the toolbar is hidden: it appears and you can enter text to search for (and disappears afterwards)
- Shortcut for “Show unread items” (by default Cmd-Shift-U)
- Icons now look even more confusing