Okay, so lately I've switched to using "addressbarlets" for my del.icio.us posting needs. In particular, I've been using the Super-Fast variety. I cannot stress how much better these are than clicking links in the bookmark toolbar. My del.icio.us posting has converged that much closer to command-line / QuickSilver perfection.
But, I just noticed that in my del.icio.us RSS feed, the title "del.icio.us warning: non-utf8 string! (sorry)" has been popping up--especially on Hot Links, which includes my links on a regular basis.
Well, although I'm not really all that hip to unicode and non-ASCII characters, it appears that things like SmartyPants and the use of chevrons in page titles are throwing the monkey wrench for me when the addressbarlet picks up the
document.title. So, I decided to do a little sloppy butchery in my bookmarklet code to wrestle these titles into something acceptable.
After you've had a chance to try out / comprehend the original versions, take a look at this revised addressbarlet:
In case, for some reason, that doesn't come through in this entry, here's the code which should appear in the HREF: