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Tray Icon

The tray icon section lets you define if and when WebSite-Watcher should be displayed in the tray bar.

 

Always show icon in system tray
If enabled, then WebSite-Watcher is always displayed in the system tray, independently if the application is minimized or not.

 

Move to system tray when minimizing WebSite-Watcher
WebSite-Watcher is moved to the system tray when the minimize button in the window title bar is pressed.

 

Move to system tray when closing WebSite-Watcher
WebSite-Watcher will be moved to the system tray when the close button in the window title bar is pressed. In that case you can close WebSite-Watcher only with the menu commands File+Exit or TrayIcon+Exit.

 

Independently from the Tray Icon configuration, WebSite-Watcher can always be moved to the system tray with the shortcut F8 or the toolbar button ui01a_tray.

Browser Integration

WebSite-Watcher supports different solutions for browser integration, supported browsers are Internet Explorer, Firefox and Opera.

 

Indirect browser integration

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If WebSite-Watcher is running, a WebSite-Watcher button is displayed in the browser title bar. Clicking that button lets you add the currently opened page to WebSite-Watcher. This requires WebSite-Watcher running, otherwise this type of integration doesn't work. The WebSite-Watcher button can be moved horizontally via a Tweak.

 

Direct browser integration

WebSite-Watcher can directly be integrated into Internet Explorer, Firefox and Opera. WebSite-Watcher must not be running and is started automatically when you want to add the currently opened page to WebSite-Watcher. This type of integration works mainly via the browser context menu.

 

See also topic Add bookmarks directly from your Browser




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