342 Bewertungen
  • Excellent extension, really does what is needed.

    It would be nice if it could some time in the future have a new placeholder that pastes the content of the clipboard into the text
  • This extension stopped working because now it says "clippings doesn't work when the privacy settings in Firefox are too restrictive,such as turning on Private Browsin mode...." But i didn't change anything and Private Browsing is not enabled.
    The likely cause is that the database that Clippings uses to store its data has become corrupted. Run Firefox Refresh (instructions here: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/refresh-firefox-reset-add-ons-and-settings), then reinstall Clippings.
  • Great extension, much similar, but better, than Chrome extension "Papercuts".
  • I have used this a lot with Firefox ESR, and was glad to see that it is been recoded for Quantum. However, I did not install it on Quantum after it warned that this add-on wants my permission to
    Access your data for all websites
    Download files and read and modify the browsers download history
    Access browsing history
    Access browser tabs
    Store unlimited amount of data client side

    A bit much?
  • Great easy to learn
  • Clippings has been nothing short of a lifesaver at work.

    ** It would be nice if newly added templates in a folder would remain in the same spot when you close the browser. All new templates default to the end of the folder instead of holding it's place when the browser is closed. ** I hope that this gets fixed soon.
    Good news: the issue you described has been fixed in Clippings 6.1 (latest update 6.1.2 as of the time of this post).
  • Very useful for my job as a support tech where I need to paste the same text into ticket updates frequently.

    I also use it to paste BBCode formatting elements into ticket updates, so a handy feature would be to use the currently selected text as a preset to use in a placeholder.

    For example I could have clipping that contains "[CODE]$[SELECTED][/CODE]". I could then select some text in a form field, then hit the shortcut key for this clipping, and it would wrap the selected text in BBCode CODE tags. I don't know if Firefox would allow accessing selected text in this way though.
  • I highly recommend this add on.
  • I used to work with O'Notes, however it doesn't work with FF57+, so I had to try any other app, and tried Clippings.
    Overall it does what it promises and I like the way with subdir structure (for that 3 stars), would be 5 stars if not these limitations:

    - Can't use clips to insert in the any "Password" and some "Email" fields !?! - [why?];

    - Can't pin Clippings main window to the Sidebar;
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  • The extension floods the browser/OS with unnecessary requests to a cache folder, for as long as it's running. I suspect it might be the reason for some of the performance problems I've been having lately. The developer's support page requires joining a group with a pre-approval, so I'm leaving the feedback here. https://i.imgur.com/VZ8vk3q.png
  • Great addon, used to work a lot with it. Unfortunately it is not working with Thunderbird 58/59...
    This will be fixed in an upcoming release of Clippings for Thunderbird. For now, stick to Thunderbird ESR 52.x.
  • l like it
  • Clippings worked sometimes. Very very often it does not! Instead of making a clipping you get the totally false message. ""Unable to retrieve text...""" or ""This page is currently busy. Wait...and try again"".

    ==>> It posts the 'page is currently busy' message when the page is NOT busy. The page is fully loaded and not busy. But the clippings ap just thinks the page is busy, when it is NOT!

    I advise to save frustration and avoid installing clippings. Life is too short for frustrations and rage :(