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v4 sucks ass Rated 1 out of 5 stars
There is no other way to put it. I have the Firefox addon set to not automatically update, but didn't do so on the Chrome extension. It won't autofill, and it shouldn't take 3-4 clicks to fill in the password (of course that's assuming autofill worked).
Awesome, except for the disappearing icon Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Would be 5 stars if it weren't for the return of the disappearing icon bug. It's annoying as sh**.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (126.96.36.199-signed.1-signed). This user has a previous review of this add-on.
A couple months worth of tabs saved... GONE Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Like others have experienced, my tabs (in the onetab tab) are suddenly gone. After a couple months of perfect operation, today they are just GONE. WTF???
I see in an earlier review when this happened to yet another person (5 or 6 so far have reported this), I see the developer replied this issue is "very rare." THE HELL IT IS! Look at how many users are reporting it this week alone!
EDIT: I saw the developer post on Nov. 5th that "a small number of users" were having problems, and that "Firefox still saved the tabs."
NO, and NO. They aren't saved unless you backed up the profile (and continued doing it daily...who does that???). I checked the storage.json file, even viewed previews version, and nothing, just gone.
Useless. Like a previous reviewer stated, YOU HAD ONE JOB.
Amazing! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I used another screenshot extension for years (Pearl Crescent Page Saver), and had no idea what I was missing! LightShot is amazing. It's quick, it's light, it doesn't use a lot of resources, and (unlike PCPS with the latest version of Flash) it doesn't conflict with Flash content.
I love this addon!
Conflicts with Flash 11.5.502.146 Rated 4 out of 5 stars
I'm still rating the addon 4 stars, because it's worked so beautifully for years. Sadly I'm having to uninstall it, because it stops YouTube videos from playing. Oddly enough Hulu still plays, and the Flash movie on the "Check your version of Flash" still plays, but YouTube is dead....UNTIL I disable/remove the Pearl Crescent add-on.
I've tested and verified this on 2 different machines, one running XP with Firefox 18; the other running Windows 7 and Firefox 18. Both have the latest (at this writing) versions of Flash installed (11.5.502.146) and the Firefox Shockwave Flash plugin (v11.5 r502).
I know it sounds crazy, but I've spent the past couple of hours testing this. disabled/re-enabled/safe mode/disabled/re-enabled this addon. With it enabled, YouTube videos are all a black box, without it, they start and play fine on 2 different machines.
Another annoyance (to me as a developer, not to the average user, most likely), the CSS errors from Pearl Crescent "bleeds over" when doing an initial error check on another page in another tab using the Web Developer tool bar.
Works in FF8...anxiously anticipating for FF9 Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I *love* this addon!!! I've been running FF8 BETA (now stable) for a month or so, and this addon (v188.8.131.52551) works fine with it. I'm opting to wait to upgrade to FF9 BETA until I'm sure this addon will still work. But seriously guys, it works fine in FF8. Not sure why FF has a warning there that it might be incompatible. You do need to install the Add-on Compatibility Reporter https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/add-on-compatibility-reporter/ .
Btw, IMO it's completely unfair to be giving this addon a 1 star rating just because it isn't compatible with FF8...especially with FFs' new warp-speed new-version-every-6-weeks BS.
11/15/11 UPDATE: Sadly neither this version nor the BETA 184.108.40.206582-fx-tb work with FF9 BETA. I knew it was a long shot, but I was hoping. Yeah, I should have waited to upgrade...
FAIL Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Great idea, but after having long ago deleted bookmarks "come back from the dead"....I'll pass. I've verified my settings, so it's not user error. Unlike Foxmarks/Xmarks, there's nowhere to login and rollback to a previous bookmark set.
I might keep Weave just for tab syncing, because tabs aren't as dire as bookmarks and passwords.
Seriously, I'd thought Mozilla could get it right. And then I realized...dohhhhh...what am I thinking? They can't even make a bookmark panel that's functional without an addon....
Rated 2 out of 5 stars
The suggested "fixes" (editing the install.rdf) didn't work for me. What *does* work for me is another extension, which does what OpenBook used to, AND works with 3.6!!