Feature question: Domain whitelist?

Asked by Thor K. H. on 2008-03-29

As the Win32 client does have domain whitelisting (which in general means that it only submits updates about websites listen in a .txt file) , is there a possibility this might be added to the "client"?

Thanks a lot.

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Angus Helm
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Best Angus Helm (angus.helm) said : #1

Possibly, but it's not a feature I personally care much about, and so it would be pretty low on my priority list.

Thor K. H. (nitrolinken) said : #2

Thanks Angus Helm, that solved my question.

Elliot Murphy (statik) said : #3

This feature is included in the latest release.

Thor K. H. (nitrolinken) said : #4

That's great! :D

Great work :--o

ivor (ivorpaul) said : #5

Hi
Im running firefox2 (although I am happy to upgrade to 3) and version 84 of the uploader. I have a domainwhitelist.txt file but I am not seeing site specific data in rescuetime.
I would love to get this working - without it recuetime falls short since I do a lot of productive work in the web browser.

Im running Kubuntu Hardy. I do not have the firefox extension installed (it took up 2cm at the bottom of my screen and I couldnt figure out what it was doing :) )

Has someone else gotten this to work on KDE? Am I doing something obviously wrong?

Thanks for the work - its a great application and I would love to get it working for me.

Elliot Murphy (statik) said : #6

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Hi ivor,

without the firefox extension rescuetime won't be able to know what URL
is current in the frontmost tab of the browser, it only knows when the
browser is foreground.

You've commented on a solved question, which is probably why this got
overlooked - it's usually best to open a new question.

I'm not sure why you see 2cm taken up by the FF extension, it should be
invisible, all it does is export the current URL to a file for the
rescuetime client to read. if you are still having trouble please do
open a new question and i'll do my best to help.

On 07/15/2008 04:02 AM, ivor wrote:
> Question #28358 on RescueTime Linux Uploader changed:
> https://answers.launchpad.net/rescuetime-linux-uploader/+question/28358
>
> ivor posted a new comment:
> Hi
> Im running firefox2 (although I am happy to upgrade to 3) and version 84 of the uploader. I have a domainwhitelist.txt file but I am not seeing site specific data in rescuetime.
> I would love to get this working - without it recuetime falls short since I do a lot of productive work in the web browser.
>
> Im running Kubuntu Hardy. I do not have the firefox extension installed
> (it took up 2cm at the bottom of my screen and I couldnt figure out what
> it was doing :) )
>
> Has someone else gotten this to work on KDE? Am I doing something
> obviously wrong?
>
> Thanks for the work - its a great application and I would love to get it
> working for me.
>

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Elliot Murphy | https://launchpad.net/~statik/
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