Must be a conflict with other add-ons? Rated 1 out of 5 stars

You replied June 28, 2008 to Alek Davis's review on May 19, 2008 and in it you said "Be sure to send along a list of other extensions you have installed." I'm sure there is a "shortcut" to provide that information rather than compiling a list one thing at a time.

BTW, it would be REALLY handy if add-ons (or decent ones) told us what add-ons they conflict with. It would allow us to make a decision which we wanted more, instead of wasting time with something we can't use anyway. Apparently, Developers are more interested in padding their numbers than they are the user. What worries me are all the little tidbits that wind up getting left behind and slow down your computer. The other thing of the same nature that would be helpful is to also tell us what Add-ons are no longer necessary because the new add-ons are better able to fulfill those needs.

I know, developers worry that if they gave that info out, people might decide they are happy with what they have and they don't need theirs. Personally, if a developer was THAT honest with ME... I would be checking out all the OTHER add-ons they have!! (Hey, if nothing else, someone can make an add-on to do the 2 things I just mentioned... List what add-ons are creating conflicts... and what add-ons are providing duplicate services... Also, an something that said how long since the features in the add had been accessed... Are we actually using it??? :)


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