- by GG, a year agoRated 3 out of 5I been using this extension for sometime now with no problems. Not until the recent upgrade reason for 3-stars. After upgrade it didn't work at all, forcing me to use something else which is overkill for what I need. Anyway, I finally reverted back to the previous version. Wish I didn't have to. Using FF 62.0
- by Firefox user 13530850, 4 years agoRated 3 out of 5thank you for making it compatible with quantum!
i rate it 3 stars since it is missing the ability to assign a a keyboard shortcut rather than looking for buttons and get the hands off from the keyboard and onto the mouse.
i used to work with shortly url shortner, but it incompatible with quantum.
it used to let you choose the url shortner service (bit.ly, goo.gl, etc.) and once you assign a keyboard shortcut, when using the shortcut it automatically shorten the url and copies it to the clipboard.
if you had such functionality, it will be a bliss.
i wish other could up vote it (i will try to post the same over the github page if such exist)
- by orange, 4 years agoRated 3 out of 5never failed. i.gd is not always able to shorten what i send there. bitly.com is imho best, but needs registering with email and Copy ShortURL needs a token. not so easy...
i also would like a shorter notification.
thanx for replying and evolving the addon. simply getting the short url into the clipboard is still not functioning. any idea why? it worked before i fuzzeled with bit.ly.
Developer responseposted 4 years agoI filed an issue to add bitly support, which should be doable:
Notifications can be disabled in the next version of the add-on:
I do not think I can control the duration of the notification.