Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Still one of the first addons I install on a new account/profile. Performs smoothly & quickly even when switching between multiple ScrapBook profile folders containing hundreds of pages and many dozens of megabytes of data.

@yxysm: The reason why your "Update" suggestion can't replace "Capture Again" (IMHO) is that the web isn't an incremental, update-only medium. Very often, even on forum sites or discussion threads, a page hasn't simply been _extended_ since our previous visit, it's often been changed extensively throughout. What if ScrapBook+ were to simply "Update" the capture for a post that had been blanked in the interim, or a page that was taken down entirely? We'd want to preserve the old version, not lose the previous capture during the "update"! "Capture Again" allows the user to download an updated copy, compare the two, and then delete the previous version ONLY IF they no longer need it.

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Worthy Successor! Rated 5 out of 5 stars

As a loooong-time Scrapbook user, I admit I decided to try out Scrapbook+ reluctantly, only because the original Scrapbook was failing to keep up with Firefox releases. Now I wish I hadn't waited so long!

Everything that made Scrapbook great is here, in addition to a lot of streamlining and "completed" features that I found myself idly wishing for when using Scrapbook.

In response to oliver: As a workaround to the change in tab support under Firefox 3.5, you can actually still save by dragging -- if you drag the URLbar icon into Scrapbook+, it will perform a capture just like you're used to. Even better, I have it on good authority that the next version of Scrapbook+ (appearing soon) will restore tab dragging! :) (Yes, I was also frustrated by the change, enough that I mailed the author -- who's very responsive -- asking about it!)

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