Heh, what you saw for Click! Edition was my poor attempt to use the South Park joke turned meme (where the last two steps are
then profit). If I had did a line break, the Click would be on another line. Like how the Desktop Edition is under the desktop+qt folder, the Click! Edition will be under the bookmarklet folder.
The only thing getting in the way with IE6's limited characters are explained in the notes (which I just updated
) would only get in the way of those users. All other users can have full control of features that are used. Also, as most of the code will come from the server, there's not much the bookmarklet itself needs to do. If I decide to drop IE6 support, all I would add is a loading box to display when the script is first run on a page (as you have to download a script).
Actually, the bookmarklet itself is basically, done, it's the stuff that allows the user to do something it with that needs to be created now.