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|Gebruiker sedert||March 30, 2011|
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I gave this a high review as a last salute to this once spectacular add-on.
From the Delicious Blog:
1.) We’re putting the extensions “on ice”. We will remove some broken options to avoid having non-functioning features deployed. This point is most relevant to the Firefox extension which always had more features than the others. Beyond this we have no current plans to continue developing them.
2.) We will promote the bookmarklet as the best way to interact with the site. For the next few months this is where users will experience and see the changes we are bringing to delicious.
To discuss FF add-on issues with actual AVOS people:
One of the more popular threads for the constant bookmark syncing issue:
They're pretty responsive, but it was little discouraging how one employee's solution to solving the constant bookmark syncing problem was to uninstall the add-on. Seriously:
A few people have suggested adding a switch that lets you turn bookmark syncing on or off. That would be good for now, but hopefully they can get it to work like it was eventually...
On the abrupt switch from space to comma separated tags:
Once again, the blog where AVOS announces fixes is:
I'm using FF7 for Win7 x64. I hope they are aware that the constant Bookmark syncing from scratch is a continued problem.
It appears that Delicious now utilizes comma separation of tags. I do appreciate this change, but I wish there was better warning for users who are used to space-separating in the older version.
Also, the link for viewing tags in your Network that the add-on provides seems to be something that the web site no longer supports, as it now takes you to a page that doesn't exist. I hope and pray that Yahoo/AVOS remedy these numerous issues...
Thank you, good sir...Your instructions were quite straightforward. I remember that add-on, but I don't remember it allowing not-yet-compatible extensions to work. So far, everything's working smoothly... but I will be keeping Diigo disabled until the next potential crisis... I'm gonna go one more star, but Yahoo better be thanking Mozilla quite a bunch...
"by rm654321 on March 27, 2011
I moved to Diigo. It's much better and support firefox4!"
And there we have the death-knell...