Posts Tagged “clippable”

  • Clippable updated, goes mobile

    I've pushed out an update to Clippable, for better or worse. In addition to the previously added line number removal for code blocks, it removes spans used in TextMate formatted code and adds some keyboard shortcuts:…

  • Downtime apology and upcoming projects

    I apologize for the recent downtime, which also affected the Clippable bookmarklet's ability to work. Dreamhost has been pretty awful with downtime lately, and my attempt to switch to a different physical server resulted in a horrible mess for myself and several clients. I have to say that Dreamhost support was extremely helpful in repairing the situation... their support is the main reason I've stuck with them through the 4 hours of downtime I'd had up to that point. I'm not sure I'll be able…

  • Clippable updated to remove source code line numbers

    I made a couple of minor changes to the Clippable bookmarklet, mostly in the way it handles SyntaxHighlighter code blocks. The SyntaxHighlighter plugin is used (too) often to format and color code source snippets in websites. The result when clipping a page is that the code you get still has line numbers, but no option to view the raw source without going back to the web page. Then you end up manually editing out the line numbers if you want to copy and paste the code, which can be a pain in…

  • Clippable to Evernote Snow Leopard Service

    Clippable to Evernote will allow you to trigger the Clippable bookmarklet in Safari and copy the result directly to your "Unfiled" notebook in Evernote. This service is Snow Leopard-only. If you need it modified for Leopard and aren't sure how, let me know. If there's some interest, I'll just work one up and post it.…

  • Clippable

    11.03.09 Renaming Readable2 to Clippable, I think. At least that's what it's going to be on the code page, for now.…

  • Readability2 leaks out

    So my modification of the Readability bookmarklet kind of snuck out before it was ready, but it's my own fault. Now I'm scrambling a little to make it more presentable and less of a straight-up hack of the excellent original. I wanted to make a few things clear about my goals and purpose on this one.…