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[quote=santamaria] Correct me if I've missed some option in the Preferences dialog, but I think it would be nice to have the ability to have autocomplete in the address bar that reads from your bookmarks/favorites. This feature existed in TheWorld browser (and maybe others, I don't know). You would begin typing in a word in the address bar, then a drop down would appear that would, on the fly, list all the bookmarks that [b]contained[/b] the typed word - either in the name of the bookmark or in its address. Example: I would begin typing in 'comm', and the following item would appear in the drop down (along with other links/names that contained 'comm'): https://github.com/icsharpcode/SharpDevelop/commits/ This would be really nice to have, since imo K-meleon's only shortcoming is the inconveniant bookmark-usage facilities. I have hundreds of bookmarks and they are all organized in multiple levels of folders. So when I have to open 7 or 8 bookmarks, I have to access the menu 8 times and navigate among submenus 8 times. There is no sidebar (like Opera) in K-meleon that I know of that makes opening a million links easily. I know that K-meleon has nick-naming ability and also a 'Groups' extension, but that will only be useful for opening groups of [b]frequently[/b] accessed links. I am a beginner developer too, and in the process of learning, I create lots of bookmarks and open a [b]random combination[/b] of links everyday. So being able to quickly navigate my bookmarks list and open several random links is a frequent task. Either via autocomplete, or via a collapseable sidebar containing my bookmarks. Again, pardon me if I've missed something obvious, but there be my first forum post.[/quote]
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