does not work with Firefox 47.0 for Ubuntu Rated 1 out of 5 stars

It seems that module does not work with Firefox 47.0 for Ubuntu. No results in the clipboard

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (7.6.8). 

There are maybe two reasons. It does not work at all (on my devices) for a short time in version 48.0.0. No idea why, because also debugging was not possible. Seems to be a bug in this firefox version and is fixed 48.0.2.

One time I had also your thing in the past. I could not find the problem, because there was no problem visible in the developer console and a after restart firefox to debug the issue it was gone.

So please check if it works again in firefox 48.0.2 or after you restart firefox.

Update: I found the reason and fix them in 7.7.0.

Two suggestions Rated 2 out of 5 stars

I think this is a great idea but needs work (at least in the English version). I have two suggestions:

1. I think this tool would be great for fixing [[WP:BURL]] refs if this could be done by highlighting the existing ref (ex: <ref>[http:\\www.example.com\page]</ref>) and extracting the URL into a citation.

2. The context menu needs to be user modifiable. Adding 4 entries to my context menu pushed it below the edge of the screen. Users should have the option to select which menu items are added to their context menus. You might also want to consider having these menu items in a W-R-C sub menu so that only one visible line is consumed in the context menu.

Also, it seems to default to thinking a website OUGHT TO BE a Googlebooks website. That is a bad assumption and should be corrected IMHO.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (7.6.8). 

The point 1 is a good idea, but I need time for developing that.
The point 2 is now available in the version 7.7.0. Please notice that a restart of firefox is necessary after change the option (see options of addon)

I does not understand your comment "a website OUGHT TO BE a Googlebooks website". The addon only search in google book websites for such entries. But the variables will be filled independently what a website it is. But only on google book and amazon pages the ISBN and so can be filled. So I'm not sure what does your sentence mean.

Very useful Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Some template for italian wikipedia:

Cita libro:
<ref name="§Author§">{{cita libro|autore=§Author§|titolo=§Title§|editore=§Publisher§|ISBN=§ISBN§|anno=§PublicationYear§|pagina=§Page§|url=§WebsiteUrl§|lingua=}}</ref>

Simple ref:
* [§WebsiteUrl§ §WebsiteTitle§]

Cita web:
<ref name="§WebsiteTitleMainPart§">{{cita web|url=§WebsiteUrl§|titolo=§WebsiteTitle§|sito=§WebsiteTitleMainPart§|accesso=§CurrentDate§}}</ref>

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (rev760.1-signed). 

Wikipedia in other languages Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Oh, sorry.
I understand now, how I can configurate it. Many thanks!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (third_release.rev759.1-signed).  This user has a previous review of this add-on.

Easy to use and quick Rated 5 out of 5 stars

This add-on is excellent.

But the documentation should explain how to configure it for the English Wikipedia in detail. Please check if this one is correct for {{Template:cite book}} :
<ref name="§Author§">{{cite book | author = §Author§ | title = §Title§ | publisher = §Publisher§ | isbn = §ISBN§ | year = §PublicationYear§ | pages = §Page§ }}</ref>

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (third_release.rev759.1-signed).