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this is good, but it could be better. In Firefox when you right-click on a link, you get a context menu with the "Instapaper it" button, which if selected will push the link page to Instapaper. If, however, your mouse pointer is not on a link, and you right-click you still get a context menu with the "Instapaper it" button present, which if selected will return an error message stating "the element is not a link".you should detect whether the mouse pointer is over a link or not, and if not, at the very least do not put the "Instapaper it" button in the context menu (please note that in Firefox the context menus that you get when the mouse pointer is over a link is different from the context menu you get when the mouse pointer is not over a link). A better approach, however, would be to leave the "Instapaper it" button on the non-link context menu, and change its behavior as follows: if there are items on the page selected, then push those items to Instapaper, if no items are selected (and the mouse pointer is not on a link) then push the whole page to Instapaper (this will duplicate the function of the "Read Later" bookmarklet, and eliminate its necessity --good for folks who do not want to have the bookmark bar on their screen.the addition of the ability to push only the selected portion of a webpage to Instapaper would be a big win for those complex webpages that the normal Instapaper page interpreter can not correctly handle.
Glitch with FF 3.6 is corrected with 0.3.2
An unnecessary menu comes out when the text is selected and it right-clicks.
It is good to provide the function of "Show Instapaper", too.
Additionally, it is good.
Doesn't work in 3.6
It does not work for me in FF 3.6.
I do not know why, but it install well and does not add the button on the menu. When I try to configure it FF crashes.
This addon looks good, it's what I was looking for, the only problem is that my Instapaper account has password and there's no place to put it.
Works well in Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-GB; rv:18.104.22.168) Gecko/2009082707 Firefox/3.0.14 (.NET CLR 3.5.30729)
I just wish there was a way to get rid of the "Sucess!" alert. I want to select "Don't show me this again" so I can click and move on to the next link.
Thanks for a great tool though,