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Jump to the first change / keyword

Jump to the first highlighted change
If enabled, WebSite-Watcher automatically jumps to the first highlighted change when a bookmark is opened.

 

Jump to the first keyword (within highlighted changes)
If you have keywords specified, you can automatically jump to the first keyword (within highlighted changes) when opening the page.

 

Offset before first change
When WebSite-Watcher jumps to the first highlighted change, then it is displayed directly at the top border of the internal browser. With that option you can automatically scroll back the specified number of pixels. This can make reading the first highlighted change a bit more comfortable, but might take a bit longer to scroll to that position. Default value is 0.

 

Prevent horizontal scrolling
If WebSite-Watcher jumps to the first change/keyword and the page width is larger than the with of the browser window, then a horizontal scroll might be performed. Enabling this option will prevent horizontal scrolling. This works only for changes that are completely or partially visible. If a change is placed completely outside the visible browser window, then a horizontal scroll will always be performed to see this change.

Show elements

Show removed elements at the bottom of the page
If this option is enabled, WebSite-Watcher displays removed elements at the bottom of the page.

 

Show last change marker
If enabled WebSite-Watcher shows a marker after the last change. The text and color of that marker can be defined in the program configuration.

Options

Disable bookmark (Don't check)
With that option you can disable a bookmark and exclude it from checking. Disabled bookmarks can only be checked with the feature Check selected bookmarks (extended).

 

HotSite
HotSites are bookmarks with a certain flag enabled. All HotSites are listed in the virtual folder "HotSites" independently from the folder they are really saved. This gives you the advantage to display your favorite bookmarks within a single folder. See chapter HotSites for more information.



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