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|User since||January 21, 2011|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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There is a note that latest version is compatible with Seamonkey 2.1x; only problem is that there is no such animal. Latest Seamonkey is 2.0.14 (note the "0" between 2 and 14), and Syncplaces does not install. Fix, please......This review is for a previous version of the add-on (4.2.0).
Works great on Seamonkey 2.11, it is stable, and does what it promises. I ended up removing it simply because it gets too much in the way. If it had push buttons "allow all for 1 hour" and "make it permanent" or get real white lists from a trustworthy central server, it would stay on my PC. It does have a feature to import whitelists, but I found out that I have to click allow all over and over again on pretty much every page I visit.
I am staying with Adblock, PeerBlock, some HOSTS editing and Homer for now :)
On seamonkey 2.11, it does NOT sync bookmarks. It seems to sync everything else, but not the most important part, the bookmarks file. It may well be that it is only looking at the default directory for bookmarks, which is stupid, given that arbitrary bookmark file name and location has been supported in Mozilla since before version 1.0, and Seamonkey supports this feature as well (do not know abut FF, I hate the two separate windows for search and url, plus it is missing too many setup options I need, so I do not use it). With multiple operating systems on the same computer, having a single common bookmarks file on a drive visible from Win 7, XP or Linux is a feature I am not prepared to give up. I like the idea (that it is why I rate it at 2 instead of 1) but the implementation is not ready for prime time, at least not on Seamonkey. I also do not know how long will it be supported as a stand alone extension for Seamonkey once it is fully integrated into FF 4.x - some comments from developers would be greatly appreciated.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.6.2).
Incompatible with SeaMonkey 2.11 "please use a Mozilla compatible browser" :( Please remove from Seamonkey list of add-ons, it requires FireFox