- Rated 4 out of 5by christopher bronowski, 3 years agoTo be honest it hasn't been long enough. If you don't edit video all the time I say it's great so far. The content I produce is all over the place so I want to see if it reacts to insane content and if it plays tricks on how I think it will export. Basically see how it handles chaos and movement. i'll report back in and hour or a day.
- Rated 1 out of 5by Firefox user 14200416, 3 years agoHas one flaw I hope gets fixed soon. Whenever I go back to a webpage from an article (in Tranquility Rdr), the webpage no longer remembers zoom settings. I keep most of my webpages zoomed in so I don't have to wear my glasses. Having to repeatedly zoom back in is a pain.
Developer responseposted 2 years agoThank you for the review.
Please see if version 3.0.21 (available from August 31, 2020) addresses the zoom settings to your satisfaction.
There may be a slight difference in the font size of zoomed pages (compared to the extension customized font size) due to rounding -- I scale the font size based on the zoom percentage rather than reset the zoom to 1 before applying the extension specified font size. This is not the ideal fix -- which requires an enhancement to the webextensions api (functionality not supported at this time).
- Rated 5 out of 5by TonyImagine, 3 years agoTranquility greatly helps to reduce visual and mental clutter and helps to store or share articles without including unneeded elements and links. I find it very useful indeed.
Recently the developer kindly added the URL at the top of the page, which eliminates another tedious step in sharing or saving articles with a source reference. To the developer: a sincere THANK YOU!
A respectful suggestion: Many Tranquility-processed web pages omit the original TITLE. Could the title be included in all cases, please? If it's not included I have to manually insert it while saving or sending the Tranquility-processed article, which wastes a lot of time.
Developer responseposted 3 years agoThank you for the review. I add back any removed H1 tags (typically identical to the title of the page) in version 3.0.19 (pending review) and that seems to work for most pages. Once that version is released/approved, you should see the changes.