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- von m1ndh4ck, vor 3 JahrenBewertet mit 5 von 5 SternenSince the latest update DFF not working in TorBrowser. :(
update: thanks for the quick reply, I don't know why its happening but it doesn't fill out the form fields.
Tested with older versions, 1.0.0 not working but 0.13.2 works. Thanks!Why: newest DFF supports Firefox 48+; newest Tor releases are still based on Firefox 45.
Solution: please use older version of the plugin when working with Tor: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/dummy-form-filler/versions/?page=1#version-0.13.2
0.13.2 is still very useful as it holds the most important features.
Solution 2: patience. The next major update of Tor (somewhere in 2017) will be based on Firefox 52 and this will end compatibility problems.
- von Firefox-Benutzer 12578690, vor 3 JahrenBewertet mit 5 von 5 SternenHilft häufig verwendete Formulare schnell auszufüllen und verhält sich dabei möglichst schlau.
Ebenfalls nützlich um den Umgang der Anwendung mit zu vielen eingebenenen Zeichen zu behandeln.
Der EntwicklerIn ist sehr hilfsbereit und durchaus über Github via Issues zu erreichen.
- von Firefox-Benutzer 12501423, vor 3 JahrenBewertet mit 4 von 5 SternenTelephone and email fields and the support for date fields does not work and are not supported as yet. However speeds up alot of testing.Hi,
"tel", "email" and "date" input types are supported by the add-on.
If you're using some custom frontend framework that renders HTML in a special fashion, then indeed the plugin may not work as desired.
If there's a publicly available webpage that doesn't get populated as expected, please give me a shout (preferably on github https://github.com/ptomaszek/dummy-form-filler/issues/new).
I'm glad the add-on helps you anyway.
- von crazy goat, vor 4 JahrenBewertet mit 3 von 5 Sternenhow do you call up the form to enter data??
Antwort des Entwicklersgeschrieben am vor 4 JahrenHi there,
You should be able to fill out a form simply by clicking the icon of Dummy Form Filler.
Try it here: http://purecss.io/forms/
If you don't see the icon or it doesn't work for you on some particular sites, please let me know; this may help other people too. The best would be to raise an issue here: https://github.com/ptomaszek/dummy-form-filler/issues
- von jas891, vor 5 JahrenBewertet mit 5 von 5 SternenIt used to run great but now it doesnt do anything. I tried reinstalling the add-on and firefox but no change
EDIT: Thanks to the developer who fixed this up promptly! It works great! I love this add-on. There is nothing else like it out there.
Antwort des Entwicklersgeschrieben am vor 5 JahrenHi jas891,
Thanks for your opinion - especially the one about the add-on used to run great - I love to be praised :)
Now I'm dying to find out what's wrong. Would be great if you could spare a few moments, log in on github and help me to solve the issue by putting your comments here: https://github.com/ptomaszek/dummy-form-filler/issues/9
Your help may save time to others.
- von madarche, vor 5 JahrenBewertet mit 5 von 5 SternenThis addon is of great help for web developers and testers.
Its purpose and use is very simple: it just fills in all the inputs with dummy data as best as it can. The more semantic the HTML form, the best job Dummy Form Filler will do. So this addon works best with forms that take all the advantages of HTML5 (type email, type date, type tel, etc.). What I like the most is its "lack of feature", it's just a button in the toolbar, no need to read a doc, to configure regexp, it works out of the box just as you expect it. Finally, the description of this addon is perfect, one can only rephrase it :-)
At the time of this review, this addon has not been fully "validated" by Mozilla. I've done a code review on it myself and can tell it's OK, it's safe and won't compromise your browser stability, it will only produce effects when the button is clicked. So I think this addon should be fully validated. The addon code is clean and short (even fun if you love craft), this addon doesn't do much and does it well (it's its strength). It's using jQuery and chancejs as libraries. The only thing that I feel is lacking is the version of chancesjs in the file name, something like chance-X.Y.Z.min.js, that would help code reviewers to check that the original library has not been modified in the addon. And a small round of JSHint would graduate this addon with honors.That's a bit late, but I'm much grateful for your review. It is one of the first and made me blush. You took time to review the code, then put quite an effort in writing the paragraphs.
Thank you for this
- von Firefox-Benutzer 11071304, vor 5 JahrenBewertet mit 5 von 5 SternenThe addon is extremely simple: It adds a button to the toolbar that, when clicked, fills the current page with random data – no manual work involved. The data is generated correctly with respect to telephone and email fields and the addon also supports radio buttons and checkboxes. I hope that support for date fields comes soon!
And let's say I didn't fulfill your suggestion about customizable data generation with JS just to keep up with extreme simplicity. It's definitely not that I'm lazy ;)