- von Firefox-Benutzer 13916209, vor 3 JahrenBewertet mit 4 von 5 SternenNice extension. Thanks.
Can you add a column with the date of activation of SiteDelta in the "Monitored pages" list?
It would be fine to sort monitored pages also by date.
- von Barry11, vor 3 JahrenBewertet mit 4 von 5 SternenVery nice extension. Unlike its alternatives in Firefox Quantum, it's usable and dependable and doesn't interfere with operation of the browser. It would be even better if the following were addressed:
1) Occasionally, a page shows up as modified, but when it's selected, the message appears on top that there are no changes. I can give you a test sample where this happens.
2) The notification message disappears too quickly. It would be nice to have an option to make it remain until dismissed. One problem with having the message disappear is that if you click on "Activate" just as the message is disappearing, your click is registered on whatever the message was covering. (I am using Firefox in Solus Linux.)
3) It would be great to have a sound played when a notification message appears. (The extension Notification Sound claims that other extensions can easily call it. See https://github.com/freaktechnik/notification-sounds#extension-integration.)
4) The button to view the next change is a nice feature. However, right now I am looking a page that SiteDelta Watch claims has 1422 changes. Since that's obviously a lot of changes to go through one a time, the button is useless on this page. A nice alternative would be the ability to view the next change after text that's been selected, or after the change that's currently visible. The exact mechanism isn't as important as the abililty to choose where to start searching for the next change.
5) It would be very nice if reloading the changed page didn't trigger another scan for changes, but instead reshowed the same changes.
6) As I believe another reviewer mentioned, it would be great if the page that appears with changes were completely functional, such as with input fields working.
7) It would be very convenient if the scan frequency didn't have to be in minutes.
- von Firefox-Benutzer 12547151, vor 4 JahrenBewertet mit 4 von 5 SternenThe old SiteDelta was great, in part because it just got on with the job. It would tell you when a page had changed and show you what had changed when you went there either from the SiteDelta sidebar or from a regular bookmark.
I am delighted that SiteDelta appears to be going to live in Mozilla's new world.
1) the list of pages in the sidebar is in some random order and there is no way to search the list. Needs to be in alphabetical order.
2) The yellow "SiteDelta Watch monitors this page" bar at the top of an opened monitored page needs a timeout. It also has a button which offers to highlight changes but when you use it it says no changes found which is annoying.
3) Some pages now take MUCH longer to open and formatting can be a bit off eg Goodreads notification pulldown just shows raw HTML (or other code)
4) Needs a "scan all pages" button and some indication that a page is being scanned
5) There are several pages in the sidebar that I simply don't recognize
I look forward to the new releases.1) In 0.14.7, the page list was sorted by URL, but starting in 0.14.8 it is sorted by title
2) Actually, the "highlight changes" button should not be present if there are no changes.
3) This might be due to the fact that the page is only shown once fully loaded, and not incrementally during load.
4) From 0.14.8, the sidebar scan now button will scan all pages if none are selected.
As you never mentioned scheduled scans, you should also try SiteDelta Highlight which might improve your situation concerning 2) and 3) - just enable the advanced features on the configuration page.
- von olliebean, vor 4 JahrenBewertet mit 4 von 5 SternenIt's a great start, but it needs a couple more features to be a fully worthy successor to SiteDelta:
- a toolbar icon to open the sidebar
- ability to rename and re-order pages in the monitored pages list- Unfortunately, web extensions are not allowed to programmatically open a sidebar ("sidebars can only be opened by the user"), so the SiteDelta toolbar icon cannot do it. However you can use the default "Sidebars" button available in Firefox (but not shown in the toolbar by default) to toggle the sidebar
- You can rename pages after clicking on the "expand" button on the left side of the yellow SiteDelta Watch information bar; showing the monitored pages in alphabetical order is on my todo list.
- von mi28, vor 4 JahrenBewertet mit 4 von 5 SternenThe link in the check page is disabled.
I want you to be able to move to the link destination.Starting in version 0.14.3, you can follow links in watched pages (allowing you to watch the linked page), or hold Ctrl while clicking to open the linked page in a new tab.
- von nicopopo, vor 4 JahrenBewertet mit 4 von 5 SternenFor example, how do you disable automatic checking and how do you check the list manually?For now, you can set the scan interval to a big number (e.g. 525600 for one year) to make sure automatic checks will not occur. Starting with 0.14.3, you can set the scan frequency to 0 to disable automatic checks and use the new "scan now" / "mark as seen" buttons to manually manage the scans.
- von stvol, vor 4 JahrenBewertet mit 4 von 5 SternenКак можно самостоятельно редактировать правила, созданные для отслеживаемых областей?In SiteDelta Watch, click the expand button on the left side, below the yellow information bar. There, you can add scan and ignore regions by clicking "add new" and clicking in the corresponding area in page shown on the right (you may have to move the mouse around until you find a place where the right region is selected as shwon by the outline).
Advanced users can click the "add new" button twice and manually enter the xpath selector to define the region.