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Stickies is a Safari Extension that allows you to add Sticky Notes to each Page, inspired by the Coda Notes Extension.

I was missing a way to save Stickies for later review and i did not wanted to make images of each Note, so now I wrote one that is is cookie-based, (so watch out if you reset Safari).

Now you can add as many Sticky Notes to each Page, leave it, come back and review them or even edit them, it also supports drag'n'drop for Links or Images, but it just inserts the URL of the Item but it can keep them, it also can collapse each Note to keep the Screen and Page uncluttered, so you can see all content, more...

What's New

Version 2.0.1:
  • Small CSS changes
  • An info on Spotlight View at the bottom how to exit
  • Added Update Support( Forgot it)
  • Added Website URL to the App Extension
  • Fixed the missing badge at bottom left not showing on Page after load finished


  • Mac OS X 10.6 or later
  • Safari 5.0 or later

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PorkPieHat Member IconReview+0

Love this extension! But there are one are a few issues:

1) Currently, when a new Sticky is created the user has to double-click the sentence "Type in your Note" and then press Delete to get rid of it before typing the note (unless s/he doesn't mind the sentence remaining in the note). Instead, that sentence should disappear as soon as the user clicks in the box so s/he can start typing a note immediately.

2) Also, it would be great if we could change at least the font size, and preferably the font too.

Oh, and what is the purpose of that large red circle and number in the bottom left corner? If it's just for numbering the Stickies, there's really no need for it to be so huge, nor for it to be separate from the Sticky itself — it would be far better to just include the note's number somewhere inside its yellow border (which is also way too big, IMHO.

And now that I'm on a roll, here's another: Before a Sticky is saved, it would be better if the push pin at the top wasn't invisible and gave some indication of its purpose — perhaps the word "Save" or something similar. Maybe I'm a bit clueless, but when I wrote my first Sticky I lost it and had to recreate it 3 times because I left the webpage before saving it. Why, you ask? Because there are no instructions anywhere on how to operate Stickies. I finally discovered that it had to be saved, and that it's done by clicking that invisible push pin (which, due to its initial invisibility, I didn't see!).

Anyway, it's a nice app, thanks to the dev for making it free. I'll probably use it a lot when it's finished.

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Version 2.0.1
Neploleppard Member IconComment+23

I had a little issue with this extension.

I clicked the button from my toolbar to test it. I tested it on Google.com. The sticky went dead center with the Google search bar over it. I couldn't move it or anything. Apparently, the only way to move it is to grab the "box" icon in the corner. The problem then was that it registered as a click after I had moved it. The click caused the sticky to sorta "minimize", which is great... but now it won't come back. The only way to expand it is to refresh the page.

This is a great little annotation tool, but it really lacks some features. Cheers to future versions.

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Version 1.0
Rynokins Member IconComment+12

I'm guessing the name "stickies" might not … er… "stick". A little conflicting, no?

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Version 1.0
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Version 2.0
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Downloads 1,976
Version Downloads 824
License Free
Date 29 Jun 2011
Platform OS X / Intel 32
Price Free