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|User since||January 24, 2008|
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New Folder input bug remains Rated 4 out of 5 stars
The bug I reported in
"New Folder input bug with Aero 18.104.22.168"
was Not fixed in 0.46
Brilliant !!! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Yes! what the subject says. Very helpful.\r\nIt has a learning curve but that\'s is not an obstacle for those who wants to use it and save a loooot\'ev time as a result. Many things yet to be discovered.\r\nThanks to developer(s).\r\none Q though (simple). When it asks for password (not saved as global) and I want to exit without entering for some reason it would be nice to have cancel button and exit silently rather than generate an Error. It does not cause any problem but ... not very elegant \r\nThanks again. Keep a good workThis review is for a previous version of the add-on (22.214.171.124).
good but with "...but..." Rated 2 out of 5 stars
It has potentials and as already mentioned "handy" it can be ...but... creates real mess when adding links in Forums for example. in some forums you may add a link with simple copy/paste and then when previewed and or posted it will be automatically edited as being in [url][/url] brackets. But while you are working in input box writing reply accidental hovering over the link will change it. This causes further misinterpretation when preview/post. There is another bug. It looks like the link amended by QuietUrl upon hovering gets in clipboard or something because found the link getting in different places where current editing of the message take place. Cannot give you more info on the latter bug though due to immediate uninstall of the PluIn cause I needed to get through several Forum posts and all I had to do was brushing up those changed links and removing spare ones before postings