- كتبها Eugene Muzychenko, منذ ٢٥ يومًامقيّمة بِ ٣ من ٥Due to very limited container management functionality, the add-on is almost unusable on many modern sites like Microsoft, AliExpress, eBay etc.
It is known that many sites use redirections to other [sub]domains to perform a login, to transfer the user to a payment service etc. The redirection may be performed several times, so the add-on may be unable to ask the user to establish domain-to-container correspondence. In such cases, the only way to successfully work with the site, is to remove it from the containers, and use only alone.
The solution is trivial: just to allow the user to enter/edit domain name manually, with wildcard (*) support. This would solve most problems described above. I asked about such feature some time ago, but the request was ignored.
- كتبها Solomon, منذ شهر واحدمقيّمة بِ ٥ من ٥Version 7.3.0 On MacOS missing hide/show container functionality. I joined a discuss/question on the matter with support. For me, this is very valuable functionality. I will gladly upgrade rating once resolved.
EDIT: Thank you for the Developer response. The "## >" on the right of each container is a Button that takes you to more options, which include "Hide"
رد المطورنُشرت منذ ٢٠ يومًاYou should still see a "Hide this container" option in the browser action pop-up menu ...
1. Open the browser action pop-up
2. Click the ">" on a container
3. Click "Hide this container"
- كتبها Twisted Code (Phillip M.), منذ شهر واحدمقيّمة بِ ٣ من ٥it does about what you would expect, though there are some serious UX issues I wouldn't have expected from an "official" plug-in. Particularly in regard to the "Always open in this container" feature. You would think after so many complaints/github-issues like #1999 (https://github.com/mozilla/multi-account-containers/issues/1999) about it being hard to undo, they would've done something. Can't in good faith rate this five stars until they fix this, but it's still a decent add-on either way.