Opens a random bookmark from one of your bookmark folders.
Swaybien gives you a way to open up one of your bookmarks at random. When you click on Swaybien, it will display a list of all of your bookmark folders. Clicking on a folder name will randomly select a bookmark from that bookmark folder and load it up. Features a "Recently Used" history and some swell options to entertain you! The name is based on the Mandarin word for "whatever", which is normally romanized as "suíbiàn". === CHANGELOG === v0.0.5 2015-02-22 - Added an "Exclude Folders" list to the options menu, to allow you to hide certain folders from Swaybien. - Fixed a bug in the "Recent" list that would display the old folder name even after a folder had been renamed. v0.0.2.5 2014-10-11 Added two options: - You can specify the number of items to display in the "Recent" list. - Items that appear in the "Recent" list can optionally be excluded from the main list. v0.0.2.2 2014-10-04 - Small bug fix related to using the extension across multiple windows, with the "open in current tab" setting. Previously only the first window opened would have its current tab updated; this fix properly updates the current tab in the current window. v0.0.2.1 - Small bug fix related to formatting on the Recent section. v0.0.2 - Added an option (enabled by default) to display the three most-recently clicked folders at the top of the popup. v0.0.1.1 2014-07-27 - Popup window now closes automatically when opening bookmarks in current tab.
- (2017-12-14) Josef H.: Now that's a perfect extension for my purpose.. Thank you. Here's my article on how to open a random Wikipedia article of your interest, using this brilliant extension and special bookmarks: http://josef-handsuch.blogspot.ie/2017/12/how-to-open-random-wikipedia-article-of.html
- (2014-07-22) Casey Cooley: Simple, brilliant. A nice little bookmark randomizer is exactly what I've wanted for web-browsing language study time. Great tool!