- by Firefox user 13484099, 2 years agoRated 3 out of 5It's handy. I used it to customize the look of my RSS reader.
However, it's way too easy to accidentally click the Delete button and permanently delete an entry. At the very least, this add-on needs an 'Are you sure?' alert so users like me don't suddenly lose all their code.
- by Honza B, 4 years agoRated 3 out of 5Works, but...
The settings are lost when you disable and enable the add-on. And when you change an already existing entry (CSS), it doesn't seem to update on an affected page reload. And one more star down for the ugly settings UI :)
- by Science 'n' stuff, 4 years agoRated 3 out of 5I'm using this to run the Hypothesis annotations without having to always press the bookmarklet. I prefer this method over using the via.hypothes.is proxy, and I was able to get it working by putting "https://cdn.hypothes.is/hypothesis" in the JS link field. This has the benefit of maintaining the URL so as to keep bookmarks/history simple.
However, Hypothesis seems rather slow on some sites (e.g. google homepage), so I don't want it to be active everywhere. With this plugin, I'm able to turn on Hypothesis for all of www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov (PubMed), but that doesn't turn it on for www.nih.gov. Ultimately, I would like to annotate entire website extensions (i.e. .gov and .edu). Alternatively, enabling it on sites and blacklisting a few sites. Am I missing a feature that would make this possible currently?
- by alekwo, 4 years agoRated 3 out of 5This is a great tool, unfortunately the update to 0.1.2 made it not working anymore in FF 53.0.3 (32bit). Had to downgrade to 0.1.1 to make it work.
Also the support form on the developer's page is throwing an error when trying to submit a bug report, hence writing here.