Rated 4 out of 5
4 Stars out of 5
- by Fabio, 2 months agoRated 4 out of 5I love TagSpaces and use since the beginning, but now that I switched from Chromium browser to Firefox 71.0, when I save/bookmark a page the file goes to the Download folder instead of the tagspaces designed folder. Could developers fix it?
I'm on Linux Mint 19.3, if that matters.
- by djim, 2 months agoRated 4 out of 5I love the tagspacees add-on, such a nifty tool to easily keep the data you see online. Could I make a request for an option? Some sites for problem solving get solutions in the comments. Some of the best answers are there. But tagspaces excludes comments. It would be nice to have a check box to include comments. This way if you only want the article, you leave the option blank. But if you want the comments, you check the option and the comments are included.
I hope you will consider this. This is especially useful for computer related articles as the comments may include code snippets which, notoriously, have to be typed in a precise way. Much easier to copy than to try to do it yourself.
- by Firefox user 12736783, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5Great addon, thank you.
Just a way of improvement, links using relative URL are saved with their relative URL, so they don't work in tagspaces. I would be awesome if it's possible to correct relative links with absolute links. Thank you.
- by Kickaha, 5 years agoRated 1 out of 5I haven't found any solution for opening HTML files. When I want to edit them, I get this error : The address isn't valid.
- by alxctc, 5 years agoRated 4 out of 5It will be more useful, if .mht & .maff format can be opened on right-side preview panel. Thanks for your contribution to firefox users.
- by cec, 6 years agoRated 1 out of 5I've had mixed results with this addon. In the early days, I struggled to get it working. Then it worked great for a decent time, then it was broken when FF30 came out. The author recently (now that FF31 is out!) released a workround to that problem on his website. Sadly, although it worked, more or less, the updates and 'fix' have introduced more bugs, and it's easier to say it doesn't work - explaining the details would take too long. I even tried the standalone version, which has several differences from the addon. The standalone worked, but overall, its quite poor. The addon wouldn't use the tags from the standalone! Neither would it open the saved files, the standalone version opened some files, some of the time.... get the idea. oh, and everytime the addon updated, I had to delete all the built in tags that I would never use, and recreate my own.
I emailed the author bemoaning the fact that the app is so much trouble but didn't get a reply. Perhaps he doesn't like honest criticism because he's always replied in the past.
Overall, great potential, and much respect to the author for what the concept and what he managed to do, but it should be fulfilling that potential now, its not new. Its too buggy with too many features that don't work so I've abandoned it. Perhaps if the author spent more time bug fixing and testing adequately rather than writing for other platforms, the addon might not have so many problems.
I'm looking at other things now, including Pocket which is also available on other platforms, and Tabulous a FF addon. Both work differently than this addon, but may suit your needs.
- by bwell23, 6 years agoRated 4 out of 5This is an open source cross platform addon that allows you to create and organize files on your computer. You can view most files in the web viewer without having to open a native program. The only downside is that you can only create 3 types of notes, plain text (.txt) , rich text (.html) and markdown (.md) and you can only truely edit in rich text ( with all the format options). I'm assuming that more editors for different formats will be supported but until now I'm torn between this addon and Zotero. Either way I'm keeping both and seeing how each addon progresses.
- by emil9216, 6 years agoRated 5 out of 5It is a very good idea but still has some issues. Files can not be opened in external programs and for me Toggle file thumbnails doesn't work. I am using it on windows 7 x32. I think also it will be more convenient to open the files with clicking on the file name.
Hopefully it will get improved.
Developer responseposted 6 years agoThank you for your feedback! The opening of files in external programs works in the native versionen von TagSpaces (http://tagspaces.org). The thumbnail issue is already fixed in 1.8.0, which is waiting to be reviewed by mozilla. The current implementation opens a file by double click on the filename.
- by HdInfAutre, 6 years agoRated 5 out of 5I hope that this software / add-on will keep his promises.
I'm looking for years tagg my files on Ubuntu
Everything depends on the research when thousands of files is tagged
- by Firefox user 10063248, 7 years agoRated 5 out of 5Can't live without it !
(For people updated from old versions. if you can't load files,please delete the three files like "webappsstore*" under firefox profile directory)