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|User since||June 9, 2011|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Not yet rated|
ReminderFox is one of my favourite add-ons. I’m running dual boot with Windows and Ubuntu and I spent hours looking for a calendar app that would run on both Windows and Linux and had specific features (repeating tasks and a complete selection of repeat intervals). I gave up. Later, reading one of those “10 Best FireFox Addons” articles, I decided to take a look at ReminderFox. It’s easy to set up and use and by changing the folder where it stores my calendar data to my Dropbox folder, I can synch between my two partitions.
And then there’s that endearing little fox with the string tied around his finger. As the reminder box slides up from the bottom of my FireFox panel to remind me of a dental appointment, he looks almost...apologetic.
You fixed my Flash problems. I'm a recent Windows refugee so it was very helpful to have a plug-it-in-and-turn-it-on fix.
If I could have only one Firefox add-on, this would be it.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.3.8).
I have used this for a couple of months and I'm going to remove it and look for something else. I have found that the ratings are really only opinions of content. "Safe" web sites, to me, would be those that have not been found to be malware vectors. This is what I was looking for when I installed this add-on. I found a couple of forum-type sites that WOT has redlighted in the "Trustworthiness" category which I found to be completely safe. I also found that WOT has greenlighted a Bit Torrent site that I thought was rather iffy. Web of Trust is a good idea, but, as implemented, it provides about the same type of information as Facebook's "Like it" function.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (20110323).