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So I know I need to rerecord this

2024-02-07 20:10:02.501577+01 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

So, I know I need to re-record this with a more excited VO, and there are various places to tweak the messaging and the graphics, but... we're at the point where we have to start having conversations about the work project with folks, and this is a minute-ten conversation starter.


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#Comment Re: So I know I need to rerecord this made: 2024-02-08 19:20:12.786741+01 by: markd


Does this help address "chrome crashed and took a thousand tabs with it and now I can't get back to them" problem that some folks have? (Thankfully not me, but there's been a couple of work threads about "IT forced a restart of chrome on me and now I've Lost Everything")

#Comment Re: So I know I need to rerecord this made: 2024-02-09 18:29:17.289536+01 by: Dan Lyke

That's part of the idea! Yeah, you create a web browser "element" on a workspace, and it's there. Text indexed to find again, like a bookmark it's permanent, but unlike a bookmark you can put surrounding annotation around it.

We're struggling a bit with browser parity, as we're using WKWebViews and building all of the furniture ourselves, but... would love to get some more users and feedback!

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