Added a setting called ⌘0 zoom level. If you are letting Quickstyle take over the ⌘+/⌘-/⌘0 keys to control whole page zoom, this new setting specifies the zoom level that will be applied when you type ⌘0.
A user reported that the Add Bookmark popover was too tall because he has lots of tags. I’ve changed the way tags are displayed: there’s now a tag menu that drops down (or up) from the Tags field when you press Enter or arrow-down in it. You can filter the menu by typing part of a tag. Of course, you can still enter a new tag, as well.
Added an option to only show the password while the Control key is held down. If this is enabled, holding down the Control key while the password field is focused will also reveal the password, even if the mouse is not over it.
Added an option to limit the number of unread links that are opened when you click the Open All Unread Links button. Also fixed incorrect unread badge number when excluding tagged items from unread list.
Added an option to download all links, not just new ones, every time the list is updated. Only enable this if you often delete Pocket links from outside Pickpocket, as it can make updating the list much slower than usual.
Fixed a horrific bug when using Kippt as the bookmarking service. Kippt made a subtle change to their API at some point, which caused Cloudmarks to keep trying to download more bookmarks in an endless loop, even though there were no more to be downloaded. Apologies to Kippt users.
Version 2.1, which was not released publicly, had a couple of minor enhancements. Cloudmarks now keeps your last search query in the input box the next time you open it. Also, if you’re using Safari 6 or newer, you can now search your Cloudmarks bookmarks from the Safari address bar by prefixing a query with “cm “. You can change the default prefix to some other string in Cloudmarks settings.
Added a hotkey to reopen closed tabs. Default is Command-Option-Z. Each time you press it, Tab Options will reopen the most recently closed tab that you haven’t already reopened. That means you can reopen several recently closed tabs, one by one, by repeatedly typing the hotkey.
There are two big differences between this feature and Safari’s own reopen-closed-tab feature, which is activated by using the Undo command right after closing a tab. First, Safari’s reopen feature is better because it remembers the reopened tab’s history, so you can go back from the last visited page in that tab. Second, Safari’s reopen feature is worse because it only reopens the last closed tab.