The Skatter Tech Team has created a “Digg Search Widget” for all Digg users. The Widget runs on the Yahoo! Widgets Engine (aka. Konfabulator) and will function on both Windows and Macintosh machines. The widget can be used to search all of Digg’s archives simply by entering text into the highlighted field and pressing
enter. Pressing on the
digg logo will launch Digg’s homepage (digg.com) in the default browser. The best feature this widget has allows the user to set Advance Search preferences, which are available on Digg’s Advance Search page. (digg.com/search) To set the preferences you like right-click on the widget and press on
Widget Preferences. If you have any questions, suggestions, or other remarks please reply in the comments below! (See Change Log)
Update: v1.60-1.68 now includes multiple themes, more search preferences, a slightly re-done interface, a collapsible rss reader, custom feeds, user set update intevals, update on demand, alerts, and more!
Update: Digg Search Widget v1.70 Released
Update: Digg Search Widget v2.00 Released
Download: Digg Search Widget
Links: Get Yahoo! Widgets
Related: Skatter Tech Widget
It would be awsome if google did something like, google desktop is kind of like a widget also.
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great job, it works great. set it to 90% transparency it looks better.
it works great for what it is suppose to do.
i think it would be cool if it shows the top stories though.
Digg Search Widget 1.70 Released