Dead Rated 1 out of 5 stars

I hadn't used it in a while. Anyways, when I tried using it I got a bunch of errors saying that it needed Java. I temporarily turned it back on and it still gave those error messages.

Then the developer's page could not load. Put it all together and it looks like this one is dead and buried. Too bad because it was a really good idea.

Needsoption to change the hotkey Rated 3 out of 5 stars

F2 clashes with PwdHash.

There needs to be a way to edit the hotkey.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.06). 

Fixed !!

In the latest version (1.07) there is an option to disable the F2 hotkey. This way, clashes are avoided.

Many thanks for your reviews. We will continue adding requested features.

Not everything should get indexed Rated 4 out of 5 stars

A big problem with companies like Facebook and Google is unlimited data retention. When almost everything ever written can fit on to a single hard drive, you can be sure everything you ever type on Facebook is recorded and sold for market research. Nobody wants every dumb thing you've ever done to get recorded forever and ever so the HEO program gives a limited, graphical view that only a person could read. Best of all, the hosted graphic will expire after a few days.

You can also use it to protect your privacy, send temporary passwords, or exchange important messages with just a little more security.

There are a few problems:

1. The reading difficulty of some of the settings (especially the "insane" setting) makes sure NO ONE will ever read this, machine or human.
2. A quick help note after install explaining how to use the tool would help out.
3. A pop up window reminding me to use the program appears much too frequently

Otherwise, great idea and great tool.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.77). 

partially fixed

Many thanks for your extremely useful feedback. Here is an update. The distortions types and intensities in version 1.02 have been modified, and now the even the "insane" setting is readable by humans (although of course with some effort). Also the popup will not appear more often than with a frequency of once every 10 hours.

We will continue implementing suggestions from reviewers.