EDIT (2) after developer's 2nd reply: Increasing cookie lifetime to 6 months is appreciated. I'd visit QwickUp more than 2 times a year but maybe less than once a month. Depends. Be it here or for whatever cookie concerned website I admit I don't understand why it sounds like cookie duration is the object of a bargain ! On one hand we have the problem of sites abusing of tracking cookies and on another hand, when the cookie as here is necessary and pertinent, one has to strive to have it last more than a month ! Gosh -- Anyway, thanks for the developer's concern and, I repeat, QwickUp is really handy.
EDIT after developer's reply: I made a mistake in this way that the cookie is valid longer than session (I didn't recall correctly my few months old last experience), but not in that the cookie's validity duration is restrictive: 1 month. QwickUp cookie I just got installed ends december 8th, 2012. One month is short. Why not have it like others at least a year, when not 10 :) Anyway, 1 month better than session only, so 4 stars (no, I don't mean to be arrogant!) EDIT END ===
Saving your customizations on QwickUp requires signing in, and the site relies on Google, Facebook or Yahoo for this purpose. Not everyone has an account in either of the three above-mentioned and if they do some just don't like the method.QwickUp in itself is really nice, well-done, but its cookie will not remember settings after session. Consequently no QwickUp and therefore no QwickUp add-on. Really a pity.
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