Adds information about --dnt switch

analytics
Abhay Rana 8 years ago
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@ -57,6 +57,7 @@ HackerTray accepts its various options via the command line. Run `hackertray -h`
1. `-c`: Enables comments support. Clicking on links will also open the comments page on HN. Can be switched off via the UI, but the setting is not remembered.
2. `--chrome PROFILE_PATH`: Specifying a profile path to a chrome directory will make HackerTray read the Chrome History file to mark links as read. Links are checked once every 5 minutes, which is when the History file is copied (to override the lock in case Chrome is open), searched using sqlite and deleted. This feature is still experimental.
3. `--dnt`: Disable analytics. Hackertray will no longer collect any sort of analytics. I'd prefer it if you left out this switch, as it helps me improve hackertray by understanding how its being used.
###Google Chrome Profile Path
@ -91,7 +92,7 @@ To develop on hackertray, or to test out experimental versions, do the following
- Run `hackertray` with the required command line options from anywhere.
##Analytics
TO help improve the project and learn how its being used, I've added Analytics in hackertray. The `--dnt` switch disables all analytics so that you can opt-out if desired. All data is collected anonymously, with no machine id or user-identifying information being sent back. To learn more, and see which events are being tracked, see the [Analytics](wiki/Analytics) wiki page.
To help improve the project and learn how its being used, I've added Analytics in hackertray. The `--dnt` switch disables all analytics so that you can opt-out if desired. All data is collected anonymously, with no machine id or user-identifying information being sent back. To learn more, and see which events are being tracked, see the [Analytics](wiki/Analytics) wiki page.
##Credits

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