Can recall an exact image of each page like view by user :
- by one of severals screen shot if animated (for fidelity)
- the source code of the page (for reuse if possible...)
Of an option, with possibility to choose specific content (folder, just bookmarks, specific date..) to efficient storage.
french : Pouvoir revoir tout contenu fidélement tel qu'on l'a vu au moment de son visionnage (par une capture d'écran + le code source de la page) avec la possibilité de limiter cet enregistrement complet à une partie du contenu indexé (signets uniquement, une certaine période, dossiers spécifiques...)
I am always surprised to see the slowness of searches on its own computer so on a small amount of data compared a huge volume with an instant response on a web search engine. I would be curious to know the technical raion.
Each of a user's bookmarks, bookmark folders or pages visited in history could have a check box to toggle it in or out of current search. Or rather than a check box this could be a case of managing two lists: included and excluded.
Different profiles could even be allowed (eg, search for <Paris> in 'budget' configuration or 'luxury' configuration) but that is beyond what i am voting for in this initial proposition.
Unfortunately, as much as we want to, our search is not perfect yet. There are a couple of known limiations, we strive to improve constantly.
Only exact matches findable. Only matches for your exact keywords are findable right now. No synonyms, partial words or fuzzy matching possible yet.
Lag in search Currently it may happen that you experience a lag in getting back search results, when you visited a website just before. This is because we have yet to implement a more efficient way of searching and indexing at the same time. Another reasons is that some queries can need