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Started by on Apr 17, 2008 – Contents updated: Apr 17, 2008

Apr 17, 2008 06:20    

My b2evolution Version: Not Entered

I'd enjoy seeing a B2e equivalent of the Wordpress Snapshots plugin.

http://ajaydsouza.com/wordpress/plugins/snap-preview-anywhere/

Apr 17, 2008 16:25

pasmal wrote:

I'm afraid that SnapMe and Snapshot are not the same plugin.

- SnapMe display a snapshot from a Webcam
- SnapShot display a preview of the link

But I'm maybe wrong.

No, you are right, and I was yearning for Snapshot, not SnapMe. But SnapMe does sound interesting too.

Apr 17, 2008 20:06

pasmal wrote:

tilqicom wrote:

afaik [url=http://forums.b2evolution.net/viewtopic.php?t=15023&highlight=snapme]afwas is working on similar SnapMe[/url] , lets wait and see

I'm afraid that SnapMe and Snapshot are not the same plugin.

- SnapMe display a snapshot from a Webcam
- SnapShot display a preview of the link

But I'm maybe wrong.

you were right, i dont know how did i came to that conclusion, maybe its the name similarity only or my mind played me some tricks..

anyhow, i am not a big fan of such snapshot extensions, but i know many people likes and in the need of that plugin for some reason :)

maybe some of our kind moderators may have a look at it some time..(pokes edb)

EdB wrote:

gcasanova wrote:

Don't have to answer but... when are you coming up with new plugins? You've made some pretty good ones.

What are you looking for? Usually I see a need of my own then try to do it, or someone says "wouldn't it be cool if ... " and I like the idea so I try to do it.

Apr 17, 2008 22:01

This is kind of related, just trying to help out.

Until such plugins become available (which I can't wait to see) there is [url=http://www.cooliris.com/]cooliris[/url] which might be handy for some people depending on the browser they use.

The Safari 2.0 version works only on Google(Web, Images, News, Groups, Froogle), Yahoo!, AOL, Ask, Flickr, Newsvine, BBC News, CNN News, Craigslist, eBay, Del.icio.us and RSS feeds. Safari 3.0 not yet supported.

Internet Explorer 7.0 not yet supported.

Our Firefox and Flock versions are the most robust and support Windows XP, Vista, OS X 10.4, and Linux. Firefox is a free browser from the Mozilla Organization.

For more info: http://www.cooliris.com/

No I'm not affiliated.

sims.

Apr 17, 2008 22:02

Cooliris (which I use in my FF browser at home) only works if the user installs it, right? Or is there a way to have it work at the web site or server level?


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