Add a .wmnetselectrc file. I didn't want to do this, and it will
always be optional, but I can see a need for it now.
An rc file can determine the option defaults, though the command line
would still override them.
Ideally, it would allow the user to add an arbitrary search engine,
and use it, instead of picking from a predetermined list.
Add some utility to view and choose the icons at runtime.
It will probably be a GTK utility, hopefully one already written.
Provide some method of dealing with multiple browser windows.
This is my number one problem with wmnetselect: if I have
multiple windows open I do not know in advance which one
it will use, and wmnetselect does not provide a method to let
me choose one. I have some ideas on how to do this, but no code.
1. Provide more accurate feedback when clicking on the icon.
Now I just delay a few seconds. I should detect when the window is mapped
to the display, or perhaps when the window title changes.
2. Accommodate window mangers other than Window Maker.
3. If Netscape has not been started, start it, then add the bookmark if
Ctrl-left button has been clicked.
Someone suggested getting the title of the window, and adding it
instead of the URL. That would require visiting the page, though.