- by Ezmah, 5 days agoRated 2 out of 5It's not bad. It looks really promising; but it's extremely expensive. No one-time payment and the free version only allows you to highlight 7 times within a page. Anythign other than that you'd have to purchase the subscription. Weava would've been a good competition if it was here in Firefox too lol
Personally, I think you should offer a one-time purchase option and at least allow us to highlight an unlimited amount within a page but limit the amount of pages we are able to highlight without the subscription or one-time purchase. That would've been way helpful; especially for a student!
- by PERCE-NEIGE, 5 months agoRated 2 out of 5Slow! Badly optimized. Make the browser slow!
Developer responseposted 2 months agoPERCE-NEIGE, sorry for the late response and inconvenience you had with our service. I will deliver your feedback to our team so that we could improve the service. Please contact to our email if you have any other feedback or need further information. :) email@example.com
- by Andy, 2 years agoRated 2 out of 5I've rated this low because they just don't have any actual support.
I created an account and now that I have an account I cannot get to a site that describes features of Liner, yet alone features that I am interested in such as "nested" folders?
Developers, unlimited folders and more highlighting colors isn't going to get me to purchase an upgrade. I need nested folders, tagging, search, etc... But to take away access to your main page because I am using the "free" version... Nice job keeping me from considering or purchasing an upgrade...
- by Firefox user 12997410, 3 years agoRated 2 out of 5They changed the free highlighting color to be such a bright yellow that it is almost the same as white. This extension is now basically useless unless you pay to upgrade, because you can't really see the highlighting anymore.
- by Firefox user 13614249, 3 years agoRated 2 out of 5Firefox has a wonderful pdf viewer. May be you can consider modifying forefox's viewer and provide an additional annotation feature with download/update(for local) option, or be kind enough to develop this feature into firefox itself. But everyone is here to make money, so hey no hard feelings.Hi, this is Brian of LINER team. Thank you for your interest in our service and for leaving this feedback. Your feedback will help us to improve continually.
- by Firefox user 13591057, 3 years agoRated 2 out of 5A little buggy. Several times after lots of highlighting I look up to see Liner say there are 0 highlights. Effectively, all that work is lost. Other times I'll highlight text, and nothing happens until Firefox finally brings up a prompt saying that the execution of a script is slowing the page, asking if I want to kill it.
A little annoying. How can I turn off the "Save to Liner" prompt every time I view a PDF? Even when I'm viewing a PDF I've already marked up with Liner it prompts me.
So close to keeping this around, but I feel the extension could use a bit of work.Hi,
I'm Brian from LINER team.
Our apologies for any inconveniences.
We are considering an option to turn off the PDF pop-up. We'll make updates with bug fixes at the earliest possible date. Thank you for your feedback.
If you have further questions, please feel free to contact us.
- by Firefox user 13561168, 3 years agoRated 2 out of 5I use it on Chrome and it works quite well. I am giving it 2 stars because of the great work that you guys have done there, but it's useless on Firefox.
When I click on the icon the highlighting tool does not come up. This is regardless of website. Maybe it's because I am running the latest version of Quantum, but fix this guys because the quality of the plugin is abyssimal, and some us actually rely on it because it's an important part of our workflow.
I would be forced to switch to Diigo if it doesn't improve and I recommend others do the same. Either that or going back to Chrome, which I absolutely don't want to do.
Sorry LINER, I am harsh but it's because I want you guys to succeed: if your product and revenue is primarily based on a platform where information is collected by an addon, then in my mind that addon has to absolutley smash it - it has to be the best goddamn addon that I have ever seen in my life. It should make me a cuppa tea after a hard day's work, and give me a wonderful massage on a weekend. It should never complain or produce excuses, I have a wife for that. It should highlight a source and ask me if am confortable with it writing the paper for me! My point is: it has to be good! Firefox is a major browser. And Quantum is its next and most significant step in recent year, so get on it!Hi, I'm Brian of LINER team.
Our apologies for any inconveniences. We will check on the issue about Quantum and update it at the earliest possible time.
Thank you for reporting this to us and providing a detailed feedback for our service. Your feedback will help us to continually improve.
- by Longwhale, 4 years agoRated 2 out of 5I can install this addon on Firefox for Android, but I don't know how to use it, and I can't find any info for my question. Anybody can help me? Thanks in advance.