- Rated 2 out of 5by Firefox user 15033454, 2 months agoRegex search is handy, but for some reason the developer decided to hijack the word "find" in the search bar, with no option to disable it or change the keyword. Very annoying, and disruptive enough that I'm uninstalling the addon.
- Rated 2 out of 5by Jon Q. Public, a year agoContent of page is deleted when moving from one search result to the next. Repro:
- go to https://www.amazon.com/stores/page/F50AFABA-4CDE-4A95-84D0-CA4C61819FEB/search?ingress=2&terms=tablets
- search with regex: [0-9.]+"
- click the down button 2+ times until the page scrolls
- Expected result: page would scroll or jump, and highlight would be on next result
- What happened: the content between page header and footer mysteriously vanished
The extension looks promising, but this being my first experience, kind of put me off. Look forward to developer followup, after which if the problem clears up I'll review again and revise my review.
Update: I disabled uBlock Origin, the only other extension I had installed. Bug still occurs. I also tried repro with browser Cmd-F, didn't repro. I'll continue trying to use it and report any issues here.
- Rated 2 out of 5by Ckln, 3 years agothis extension seems to be fine but I have major issues with it:
* On Firefox you can't have a shortcut to make the search pop up that's a shame.
* I'm unable to use built in shortcut as they conflict with my keymap ie Ctrl+Alt+R (on windows) is equivalent to Ctrl+AltGr+R which give me the char ™.
* Also the extention is using the «Access your data for all websites» which give this extention ability to read password and it could use the «Read the text of all open tabs» permission instead.
- Rated 2 out of 5by Firefoss, 6 years agoIt works great BUT...
The extension can read the content of any web page you visit as well as data you enter into those web pages, such as usernames and passwords.