A smarter search through all your bookmarks...
See the most relevant links to your query. Automatically creates a tag path to your links.
The easiest way to install is to just run
In window mode, you'll see a refresh button, an entry box, a clear button, a google button, the top tags buttons, and a list of link titles. In the entry box, enter keywords and then press enter (or click the refresh button). You'll get a list of link titles matching your keywords. The search is fuzzy and if nothing else will result in a random list of link titles. The link titles are color coded -- gray for no hits, black for a hit, and blue for probably what your looking for. The top tags buttons is a short cut to add tags to the entry box and yield the new results.
Each link has a goto button on the left, which will open the page in the browser; A refresh button on the right, which will reload the data for the page (keywords,...); And a downgrade button, which will make the link least relevant. Clinking on the link label itself allows one to change the title of the link.
To iconify from window mode, select Close from the main menu (via right clicking most anywhere on the window in the Linux version). The window will disappear and the application's icon will appear. Right-clicking the icon will pop up a menu of the top tags... follow the menu items and submenu to get the desired list of links. If a path is not found for the link you are looking for, select Run to go back to window mode and search for the link.
The application has an AI that attempts to improve the Top Tags and search results based on which link titles you actually click on.
Look for your latest configuration file in
Leave the application docked and use it often. The more you use it, the better it's guesses are.