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[Bug 11183] "sidebar" might not be a proper use of a link relation

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--- Comment #5 from Julian Reschke <julian.reschke@gmx.de> 2010-10-31 19:23:50 UTC ---
(In reply to comment #4)
> Opera implements this. Clicking such link prompts user to add a bookmark which
> will be displayed in a sidebar (called panel in Opera).

Indeed. In particular, the link is *not* being followed, it's *only*

In FF 3.6, a similar dialog for bookmarking appears, but I'm not sure how I
would actually get to see the sidebar.

In Safari/Chrome/IE, this doesn't seem to have an effect.

Is anybody using it?

FF and Opera developers: could you try to come up with a more accurate
description of what it does?

I personally believe that this isn't a good use of a link relation; if it gets
registered than optimally as deprecated.

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