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Firefox has to contact chart.googleapis.com for this to work. Maybe Google gets the URI of the page in some way.
I've used on youtube.com but QR code is always under layout of youtube. This makes my QR code reader app in phone unreadable.
I especially like that is as lightweight as possible (only 6 kB).
Two things that would make this add-on even better and would make it able to win the final star:
* An entry in the tools menu (I don't like add-ons cluttering my UI with their buttons but obviously this is the only option to access QR Code at this time)
* A possibility to enter arbitrary URLs (instead of just the current URL) and generate a QR code for that.
It doesn't work without network.
Easy to use and useful. Thanks
Simple and easy to use. Very helpful
It is as simple as much, works fast and there is nothing special. Making a selection is enough then click the icon on the toolbar and there it is you have your desired text encoded.
It is very easy to use this tool. Just make a selection or it'll use the current uri. After clicking the icon placed in the toolbar you have it - your text is coded and you can pass it to who you need to.
This would have been a 5-star review if I hadn't come across a tiiiny flaw. It won't work on youtube because youtube has a fixed bar at the top of their page that covers the top part of the QR code. The Author just needs to display the QR code a few centimeters lower, then it'll get 5-stars.
Thanks though for a great simple tool for getting information quickly from PC to phone.
Simple and useful
An icon of a QR code appears in the address bar; click it and the QR code is created based on the Url in the address bar.