- od uživatele johfc, před 2 letyHodnocení: 2 z 5This Add-On is extremely useful. It allows you to fill in the same information into forms with ease. However, I just added a new device and lost all my profiles! This is really disappointing!
- od uživatele Uživatel Firefoxu - 12946727, před 2 letyHodnocení: 2 z 5I lost profile data many times so far. It is very disturbing. I think this is because this add-on saves data to Firefox Sync. Adding a new browser profile to Firefox Sync creates an empty InFoemEntter+ profile on that new Firefox profile, which is copied to all profiles via Firefox Sync and loses all data.
- od uživatele Mark Craig, před 4 letyHodnocení: 2 z 5This extension was formerly one I used daily. However, in the mere month since the release of Firefox 57 this extension has changed authorship not once but TWICE. At least twice now the extension has been updated to demand further permissions. In light of these out of the ordinary "developments", and considering that the most recent author appears to be Russian and knowing how much nationalistic partisan insanity is taking place now, I cannot reasonably trust it with my very personal details any more. I frankly don't trust my fellow Americans not to be greedy self-interested shits, but at least with them there's some hope that I can maintain some degree of oversight. That is simply not possible with an author living in a country antagonistic toward my own and lacking the same regulatory controls.
Addendum: here it is four months later, and AGAIN this extension is demanding new permissions, and THIS time it's unfettered access to the Windows clipboard! Nope, no possibility at all for malicious activities with that permission. This is precisely how abuse often happens: get people hooked on a potentially useful product, then slowly and patiently begin to pervert it to serve its creators' ulterior purpose.
Odpověď vývojářezveřejněno před 4 letyThe first time the extension requested permission "Access your data for all websites" because there was a transition from the XUL version to the WebExtension. In the XUL version permission was not asked. In WebExtension permissions began to be declared.
Then I added the ability to export profiles to the new version, which can be implemented only through download API, so the following permission was needed - "Download files and read and modify the browser`s download history".
The explanation of these permissions is in Security FAQ:
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- od uživatele jdmorris, před 4 letyHodnocení: 2 z 5InformEnter is no longer an option in the context menu when I right click in a field.
Can I get the previous version back?
OK, I found the previous version and installed it. It works.
I'm on Firefox 56.0.2 (64-bit), in case that helps.