- by Firefox user 13214130, 5 days agoRated 4 out of 5I mean... C'mon guys?? It's been few years since I've thoroughly reported to you about huge bug, and you still ignore it?
Again. If your tracker is 600/404 (anything but 200) you can NOT edit it. You are stuck! Pencil button does not open edit window. Ex.. If you made a mistake editing it - you have to export, edit in notepad, import. Big time PIA! Please fix this.
edit: THANK YOU! Extremely appreciated!
Just a dash from 5 stars:
Please take a look at xpath attribute trackers xpath://input[@value>1]/@value doesn't track "value".
Developer responseposted 5 days agoWe found the bug and fixed it. The fix is in current release PageProbe 1.36.4+ (available in AMO).
The XPath selector bug is fixed in 1.36.5 (now in the AMO review queue).
Thanks for your reports and sorry for the late response (these somehow didn't end up on the Product Backlog although it was apparently you who sent that email and configuration file a long time ago).
- by CaioMartinelli, 4 months agoRated 4 out of 5I've been testing it for a few days now and it works reasonably but it have lots of room for improvement, I'll mention some suggestions:
Reduce clicks: When clicking on the icon in the bar, go straight to the first trackers folder instead of a useless page.
Efficiency in creating trackers: Instead of having to go to the page and select a part of it for the tracker, make the duplication available because sometimes the difference is just a small snippet of the URL.
Efficiency in monitoring trackers: On the page that groups the trackers, show in a visual way (as a contrasting line for example) which trackers detected new changes in relation to the last change.
Information: When clicking on any tracker, show a informative timeline with each detected changes between them.
Diagnosis: Show in case of error, what were the last 2...5 attempts to perform the check instead of just the error code.
Improve identification in the acquisition of trackers: On the page when selecting the monitoring, it would be interesting to visually mark which area will be monitored in order to facilitate the identification of everything that will be worked on.
I think that's all, it's already a good extension but it has a very good potential to get better.
Thanks for your work!