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|User since||October 11, 2008|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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We regularly use it for "status display" screens for monitoring weather, road conditions, machinery etc - all kinds of noninteractive screens (think airplane departures display). The feature Ibanez mentions as a problem was actually what made us choose this. While a "live" page will refresh itself, imagine the server of the page displayed goes down. You're getting a "server is down" error screen and even as the server comes back online, the screen requires a serviceman to log in remotely and hit "refresh" in Firefox. With this, the page will reload and the screen will be back online all by itself.
Xmarks has outgrown its purpose, and like every program that has fallen victim to deadly feature creep, should be taken out and shot. When it added passwords, it was suspicious. When it added "Discovery" and "Profiles", it was bad, but still switchable off. Currently, with its FORCED "site reviews", it became a dangerous piece of spyware, reporting home every site you visit. After good 2 years of using it, I am removing xmarks.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.5.10).
Very poor site coverage for the flv downloader - hardly anything outside Youtube. The search is poor too.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.3).