Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I would definitely recommend this addon to anyone who is looking for an editor for writing Sphinx documents. It is very comprehensive and easy to use. The issue with the confusing keybindings, which causes the addon search to misbehave, is resolved as of version 2.3.1 (it can be found through the"view all versions" link). The developer is also very helpful and actively maintains the code. It might still be a good idea to install it in a separate Firefox profile since it defines keybindings some of which are not directly related to its core purpose and adds two items to the Firefox main menu, which I think that many users who might be in the target audience of this addon will not like.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.2.1-signed).
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
This is a very nice and comprehensive addon for preparing Sphinx documents but there seem to be some rough edges. I'm experiencing issues with keybindings (Ctrl-Z and Ctrl-X close the current tab). When it is installed along with other addons, the dropdown selection boxes may stop working in Firefox. But all in all, I think this has much promise and I would recommend it as long as it is installed in a separate Firefox profile as the only addon.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.2.1-signed).
Thanks a lot
Thanks a lot, I have released a newer version that is awaiting preliminary review. It has removed some keybindings (Ctrl-Z and Ctrl-X), you can see this version from https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/baow/versions/ . I think that the browser has two modes when adding shortcut keybindings, one is normal web browse mode , one is text edit mode. You can see the latest full shortcut keys list in this new version from http://www.baow.com/help/#id1 . I will update it if someone tell me it is very troublesome with other addons. Maybe I should add keybindings option in Options window, so let user select on or off, and to write helping documents with more details if I have enough spare time.