- by Firefox user 15152177, 2 years agoRated 3 out of 5It works well enough, but having to enter the master password so often is very inconvenient. Even with the slider at 24h, restarting the browser will reset the add-on. So basically you need to enter your master password every time the browser starts, even on the same Windows session. That's annoying. 5 stars if that was fixed.
- by Firefox user 14452399, 2 years agoRated 3 out of 5Sceenshots are all blurred. I have installed program but there is no direction on what to do next. My only choice is to "Get Firefox Now", but I already have.
Developer responseposted 2 years agoTusk is not offered on Firefox for Android. Please delete your review.
If this isn't clear, then your complaint is about the Firefox Add-on marketplace, not Tusk. Also, you have clearly not "installed program" if you are seeing the "Get Firefox Now" button.
- by Firefox user 13494743, 3 years agoRated 3 out of 5The extension itself works great. But I cant give five stars as long as there is no Mega cloud support.
Please, add support for Mega if its possible at all.
Developer responseposted 3 years agoHello!
Thanks for your interest in Tusk.
If Tusk could support Mega, it would. Please feel free to comment on https://github.com/subdavis/Tusk/issues/153 if this did not answer your question.
If possible, please update your review with the understanding that Mega support is not feasible.
- by Firefox user 14169441, 3 years agoRated 3 out of 5It might be useful to let people know somehow that if you're using OneDrive (and likely a few of the other 'cloud' options as well), you have to create a sharable link before the database file will be recognized... I spent HOURS trying to figure out how to get the file to be detected... but everything I've found is always about Google Drive...
Well here, hopefully someone will see this!
The app itself is clunky but gets the job done. Its not very pleasing to look at when interacting with it either... But oh well, again it gets the job done. It gives zero feedback to if anything is working in terms of linking a database file... You just tick a slider, it'll ask for your permission, and then..... nothing.... you have no way to know if it worked. No error if it doesn't, and no 'success!' when it works. You just gotta click up there on that tiny icon and wonder 'is it working?'.
Well, if you don't see your database file instantly up there, then no, its not working. So go check to make sure you have a shareable link with full permissions on it.... otherwise it apparently will never show up...
Developer responseposted 3 years agoHello! Thanks for the review, particularly the complaint about feedback after authorization.
For anyone reading, the part about needing to to create a sharable link is mostly incorrect. You shouldn't need to do anything for tusk to recognize your keepass database other than name it ending with .kdbx
However, the collective experience is that the OneDrive API is very unreliable, to the point that I am considering removing support for OneDrive. Here's what happened:
Tusk: Hey OneDrive, do you have any files with with the extension kdbx?
* you shuffled some options around, inadvertently causing OneDrive to discover the file. It should have worked the first time.*
Tusk: Hey OneDrive, how about now?
OneDrive: Yes! Here they are.
I'll make a note of this, since apparently creating a sharable link causes stale indexes to get updated or something like that. Thanks again.