THANK YOU Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I own/run a high performance and OEM parts site and ship most items from our stock. Some orders take a little longer to complete and it was getting very frustraing being in the middle of an order, clicking on another link within the PayPal app to complete the shipping lable only to find PP logged me out, which meant logging back in, and finding the invoice again, enteringn all the info for the shipping label again. I did at times remember this would occur and when I thought maybe I was away from the desktop too long packing an order I would open a new PP tab and make sure it was still logged in and if not I would log in using the new tab which would allow the first "in the middle of a print shipping label" screen to continue. Most of the time I would forget as I am always so backed up with orders I just try to GO GO GO so when I forgot, it was log in, find order, start from scratch. Especially since PP made this time out even shorter a while back.
With ReloadEvery I NEVER have an issue with PP, which was the only reason I was looking for a auto reload fix especially due to PP now even shorter idle time log out wait period. I occasionally use it on other sites, I think the last time I tried on USPS.com it did not work, luckily I print most postage from PP as I have a high level Business account which gives me better USPS rates than USPS Commercial rates. Other sites, as others have noted, are hit and miss, some work some don't, never thought to check if it was a #m in the url or post data issue.

It works for he exact reason I went looking for it. It will keep my PP account logged in even after being idle for hours. Not something for shared computers or public etc, this is a secure home based office PC.
Thank you. Just FYI, this is the ONLY add on in my history (ever since add ons for firefox were available) that I ever paid/donated to. It is well worth the suggested $4.99 contribution. Even losing one login from idle can cause 2 to 3 minutes of getting back on track which can be the difference between getting 1 extra package out to my customers that day.