WebnoteHappy, the bookmark manager, has been bumped up to 1.1 with a few new improvements. It now supports the new de.licio.us API, as well as saving things to your private de.licio.us area. Also the hot key for putting bookmarks into WebnoteHappy is now only active in web browsers, so it doesn't screw up other app's hot keys.
A 30 day demo is available, while a full license will cost you $24.95
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