Re: What's with the Yahoo search bar and links in the corner of my mail Plus acc
- --- In Y-Mail@yahoogroups.com, Christian <cdpostbox-ygroups@...>
>Makes things optional! Search fields, chat and other goodies may be
> I completely agree with everything you say. My solution is simple:
enabled by default, but I know a little bit about software
development: It's not very hard to code options like "Hide search
bar" or "Disable chat". What I do not like is getting things in my e-
mail interface that has nothing to do with e-mail without the option
to remove them. I use Yahoo! Toolbar, and have removed my browsers
bookmark bar. I do not need yet another search bar a few pixels
below the one I use all the time.
>in the corner of my mail Plus acc
> ----- Original Message ----
> From: jmchaur <jmchaur@...>
> To: Y-Mail@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Tuesday, July 29, 2008 2:03:40 PM
> Subject: [Y-Mail] Re: What's with the Yahoo search bar and links
> This just goes to show how different peoples wants and needs are.
> I loathe toolbars. They take up browser space that is better used
> viewing the webpage.
> I don't have messenger installed (on my laptop) because I want to
> it as clean as possible. So I either use the mail chat or webthe
> these are also two features (chat and web search) that feature very
> prominently in gmail, so ymail is not alone in thinking that people
> want these.
> If you watched/read about jerry yang's presentation in March about
> new social direction mail is going, you would know that this isjust
> the tip of the iceberg. And that concept got pretty good reviews in<mickymse.geo@ ...>
> the press.
> basically? what one person doesn't like, another does.
> --- In Y-Mail@yahoogroups. com, Michael Taylor-Judd
> > I've got to agree that it's really bothering me how noticeable it
> is... And I don't want it there, either, but not because I think
> an "ad" or anything like that.the
> > I feel like it's yet another example of Yahoo trying to squeeze
> everything into my Mail interface.
> > *SIGH* I don't NEED a search bar in my Mail GUI. I already have
> Yahoo toolbar installed, which offers me all those things justabove
> this window. And I also use Firefox, so I have a search bar in theto
> upper right-hand corner of my browser, too. Do I really need THREE
> search windows now?
> > Same complaint I had with the Chat function. Why can't it be
> optional? I already have Messenger installed at work because I use
> some modules and like the new mail notifications. Why do I need two
> options for Chat if I already have one?
> > Thanks,
> > Michael 8-)
> > "Hope is that thing inside us that insists, despite all evidence
> the contrary, that something better awaits us if we have thecourage
> to reach for it, and to work for it, and to fight for it." -BarackObama