I have only just discovered dsktool.exe (http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?rs=463&context=SSKTMJ&dc=D400&uid=swg24004260&loc=en_US&cs=UTF-8&lang=en&rss=ct463lotus)
It has not been updated since R6, but I've just run it on an R8 client to remove an old server name from all the bookmarks, and it worked perfectly.
This tool really ought to be incorporated into the Notes ...
I simply would like to see a much higher contrast between the selected and non-selected Recent Database bookmarks in the designer client. The shades of grey being used mean it can be very difficult at times to see which is the current bookmark. The icons don't help as I tend ...
Pior to 8, hovering over the bookmark icon relating to a specific database would show the server that database was on or Local when it was on the local machine. For work from home people, accessing a server replica rather than a local replica causes speed degredation and the inevitable ...
I'd like a button to clean up the designer bookmarks (=delete all of them)...
They're messed up all the time and I'm usually using "Go To Designer" feature in the client workspace anyway.
If there was a feature to clean it up, I wouldn't have to be ...
OK, due to a missing "Mini-view" in mail, IBM support did the usual, delete the workspace directory and have it create a new one - fine, but I really hate having to re-add all sorts of apps and working sets in designer.
Maybe there is a way to backup ...
to spice up the Notes client it would be nice to have your favourite bookmarks available in a dock / fish eye alike toolbar (http://www.webappers.com/img/2009/05/jquery-dock-menu.jpg).
I guess the 3D History Thumbnail Viewer project could be of use here.
Positive side-effect: favourite bookmarks would be used more.
The "Open List" in the R8 client contains some entries which can not be removed (or even repositioned), whereas others can. This is inconsistent and it prevents me from setting up this menu exactly the way I like. The entries which I want to remove are:
I really liked the "show as workspace" feature for bookmark folders in ND6 and 7. It provided an easy way to open various databases with few clicks and allowed to organize the old workspace tabs into groups (each folder containing its own tabs). I had some of these workspaces open ...
it would be handy to add another way of indexing bookmarks, for example via labels.
this is done for exampel with Google Bookmarks (see image)