Any way to remove the "Reading List" function?

Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by TH55, Mar 31, 2012.

  1. TH55
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    Another feature I never use, and always accidentally click on
     
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    Interesting. I've never accidentally clicked on it. Doesn't seem that intrusive to me. À chacon son goût!
     
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    Its not the reading list i accidentally click on, it's the "add to reading list" button that I press when trying to add a bookmark or open in background. I always have at least two pages on my reading list I have to delete.
     
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    I do this all the time too, and would love to disable this
     
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    Safari Unibar

    This seems to get rid of it for me. Though it'll merge the Search and Url. That was my original intention. The reading list was a side effect.
     
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    What seems to get rid of it?
     
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    It's one of those WOWEEE! Features newbies will love. The rest of us will be reminded that's it just like a windows annoyance. It's all about Apples new direction...maybe :)
     
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    Safari Unibar
     
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    I use Dolphin Browser and use "Browser Changer" from Cydia to make it my default. No reading list there, and other improved functionality IMO.
     
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    Oh, where did you mention that in your previous post? I had no idea what you were referring to.

    I read that unibar does not have search prediction
     
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    I forgot about it, sorry :( Yes, that is true, but I've never really used search prediction at all. Though, another option you could try would be FullScreen for Safari.
     
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    It is in the title of your post.
     

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