|User since||March 5, 2007|
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In a little more detail...
Craftsman who makes a whole lot of things using keyboard and mouse.
An promising extension Rated 4 out of 5 stars
This extension looks promising (peculiarly to replace something like Bookmarks Checker, which is now deprecated).
The only important feature which is currently missing is the ability to select only one or more folders (rather than all the bookmarks as currently).
Moreover (although this point is minor), the new brand icon lacks of contrast and becomes virtually invisible with a slightly dark theme.
Good extension but what about its future? Rated 4 out of 5 stars
User of this extension for a long time, I'm mostly satisfied. Some features could be however improved, as the sorting by tags (which is more efficient in the web app, due to the possibility of combining several tags and/or strings).
With the recent release of the "social feature for Firefox", it's now really much easier to add tags (no more need to edit links after that they are added to the list). But this new "feature" raises the question of the future of the "extension": are they both expected to work together in the future?
Not actually convinced by the new set of flag icons in Flagfox 5.0.0 Rated 4 out of 5 stars
I have to admit that I'm a little bit disappointed by the new version of this extension, mainly by the new set of flag icons.
As a vexillology amateur, I certainly understand the choice of images which use real ratios, but as a software user, I am not actually convinced by the use of images of varying sizes in the browser interface (frequent changes in the size of flag is not very effective)
Maybe future versions could be envisaged with an option which would allow to use some alternative sets of flags (the previous version had such an option, although limited to two sets).
Please, consider this review as constructive: I still think all features granted by this extension are very useful (this issue about flags is cosmetic, nay anecdotal, and my usage will not be affected: it is more a matter of comfort and consistency of interface).