- by rererere, 9 days agoRated 2 out of 5the "silent" login from the mendeley extension pops up a window every time i start firefox which is REALLY annoying
even better: every time i close firefox i get logged out of the plugin and when i restart it i have to login again if i want to use it. while that is fine for me what does the "silent login" do then if its not even logging in?!
- by Firefox user 16529675, 5 months agoRated 2 out of 5The extension does its job of adding references to your library. However, I feel it lacks a basic feature that is provided both by ZoteroBib and Google Scholar: proving formatted citations in multiple styles (including BibTex). Another suggestion: please let us disable that obtrusive "Get the PDF" button.
Developer responseposted 5 months agoHi there! The feature to disable the View PDF button will be in the next release (or the next release but one). Formatted citations are available from Mendeley Desktop once the reference is imported. We are monitoring demand to be able to copy the formatted citation directly from the extension and will add your feedback in support of this feature.
- by Guan, 10 months agoRated 2 out of 5For some reasons the button leads to 'enhanced reader' instead of the import popup. Am I missing anything here?
Developer responseposted 10 months agoHi Guan. Clicking the extension icon in the toolbar will always launch the import popup. Clicking the 'View PDF' widget will always launch the Enhanced Reader (you can add to Mendeley from there too).
- by Reza, 2 years agoRated 2 out of 5Once logged in, the extension works properly. But it seems like the extension needs to sign you in every time you open Firefox. Most times it fails to sing in. But when it does it successfully, it open a popup window to perform the sign in process. This is a little annoying, why can't the extension store some cookies?