Monday, February 10, 2020

New Colors

From now other than the 8 standard colors you can set 100 new colors for the Bookmark/Category/Tab titles. Each color has its dark mode variant when you switch to dark mode.

On the color selection dialog boxes you will find 3 groups of colors:
  • The original 8 colors (for compatibility reason)
  • 50 new pastel colors
  • 50 new vivid colors
The color palette in desktop browsers


In desktop browsers


To change the color of a Bookmark title on the Dashboard:
  1. Right mouse click on a Bookmark.
  2. Select "Change color" in the context menu.
  3. Select a color on the color selection dialog box then click on "Save".

To change the color of a Category title on the Dashboard:
  1. Click on the gear icon next to a Category title.
  2. Select "Change color" in the context menu.
  3. Select a color on the color selection dialog box then click on "Save".

To change the color of a Tab title on the Dashboard:
  1. Click on "Tabs" under the tab titles.
  2. Select "Change color" in the context menu.
  3. Select a color on the color selection dialog box then click on "Save".

To change the color of a Bookmark title on the My Bookmarks page:
  1. Click on the menu symbol (3 vertical lines) next to a Bookmark title.
  2. Select "Change color" in the context menu.
  3. Select a color on the color selection dialog box then click on "Save".

In mobile browsers


To change the color of a Bookmark title on the Dashboard:
  1. Tap and hold on a Bookmark.
  2. Select "Change color" in the context menu.
  3. Select a color on the color selection page then tap on "Save".

To change the color of a Category title on the Dashboard:
  1. Tap on "Turn ON Tab and Category Editor" at the bottom of the page.
  2. Tap on a Category to make the commands visible.
  3. Tap on "Change color".
  4. Select a color on the color selection page then tap on "Save".

To change the color of a Tab title on the Dashboard:
  1. Tap on "Turn ON Tab and Category Editor" at the bottom of the page.
  2. Select a Tab by tapping on the right arrow next to the active Tab title.
  3. Tap on "Change Tab color" under the Tab title.
  4. Select a color on the color selection page then tap on "Save".

To change the color of a Bookmark title on the My Bookmarks page:
  1. Tap on "Show bookmarks" at the top of the page to see bookmark list.
  2. Tap on the menu symbol (3 vertical lines) next to a bookmark title.
  3. Select "Change color" in the context menu.
  4. Select a color on the color selection page then tap on "Save".
The color palette in mobile browsers

Thursday, January 9, 2020

New feature: Changing the size of the Tab titles

From now you can change the size of the Tab titles to smaller. This can be useful especially for users who have many tabs and the tabs can fit only in multiple rows taking much space from the screen.


To change the size of the Tab titles:
  1. Select Settings in the Bookmark Ninja main menu.
  2. Under "Dashboard settings" select Large, Medium or Small next to "Size of Tab titles". The default size is large, this is the size that the tabs have had until now.

Monday, January 6, 2020

Update 2020.01.06 rolled out

  • Made the height of the items in the tag autocomplete drop-down list smaller. If a tag was typed in the third row of the Tags input filed and there were 6 suggestions in the autocomplete list then the dialog had to be resized to see the last item in the list. Now the last item of the 6 suggestions is always visible.
  • Fixed bug: There were scenarios when the Category finder drop-down list on the Dashboard contained duplicated category names.
  • Updated footer year.

Saturday, December 28, 2019

Improved session timeout handling

Today's update contains changes that will improve session timeout handling in desktop browsers:
  • The "Session Timeout. Please click on OK to reload the page." message typically came up after a while when the user opened and used Bookmark Ninja parallel in several browser tabs. From now in desktop browsers if page refresh is required the page will automatically reload (without showing any message) when the browser tab gets the focus.
  • The "Session Timeout" message has been renamed to "Page Expired" because it describes the situation more precisely (page can expire not just because of session timeout).
  • "Page Expired" ("Session Timeout") message will be still displayed when
    1. the user leaves Bookmark Ninja open in a browser window for a long time (e.g. Dashboard for 12 hours) without any interaction.
    2. a new build is rolled out to the server and the user has Bookmark Ninja open in their browser window.

Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Minor bug fixes

Today's update contains 2 minor bug fixes:

(1) The width of the tag autocomplete drop-down list (on the dialog boxes opened from the My Bookmarks page) was too wide. Now it has the correct width.

(2) The Category selection drop-down lists (when you add a bookmark or move a bookmark) contains the category names in alphabetical order. If you had category names starting with both lowercase and uppercase characters, they were sorted case-sensitive (lower case characters came after the upper case characters in the list). It has been fixed, category names are now sorted case-insensitive.

Friday, November 15, 2019

New Feature: Alphabetical Sorting of Tabs

To sort the tabs alphabetically in desktop browsers please follow the steps below:
  1. Make sure you are on the Dashboard.
  2. Click on "Tabs" under the tab titles.
  3. Select either "Sort A-Z" or "Sort Z-A".

In mobile browsers:
  1. Make sure you are on the Dashboard.
  2. Tap on "Turn ON Tab and Category Editor" at the bottom of the page.
  3. Tap on either "Sort Tabs A-Z" or "Sort Tabs Z-A".
  4. Tap on "Turn OFF Tab and Category Editor" at the bottom of the page.

Monday, November 11, 2019

Fixed bug: After typing space in tag input field autocomplete panel closed

When you start typing a tag in the tag input field the autocomplete panel pops up if the typed text matches any of the already used tags.

If you typed a space (because the tag contained a space) the autocomplete panel closed. This was a bug that has been fixed in the latest update. Now after the space you can continue typing the rest of the tag and the autocomplete panel will show the suggestions as expected.