Anny Mouso

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Developer Information
Name Anny Mouso
User since April 7, 2011
Number of add-ons developed 0 add-ons
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In a little more detail...

I joined purely to comment to ScrapBook; my favorite add-on with FireBug.

My Reviews

MaskMe: Online Privacy Protection

One Thing, but still excellent! Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Does anyone know if FireFox's new sync mechanics work when moving to new/different computer? Does anyone know how to back up the base password file, or make a copy, or something for transfer?


My response:
It syncs my passwords into its cloud so I can use them anywhere, which is especially handy with moving to a new computer. There is only one little problem; if I haven't used the passwords for a long time, it doesn't collect them from FireFox's full list of saved passwords. it collects the passwords when they are input into a field, meaning that it only knows the ones used since you downloaded the add-on. I have 100+ different logins, but it's only remembering about 30, so far...
Also, what is Blur, and what's going to happen to MaskMe? :( I hope this fixes the problem with old, rarely used passwords.
Works wonders with "Saved Password Editor."



See what others below have said:



What? Rated 1 out of 5 stars
by Panlew on March 2, 2015 · permalink · translate
On mobile devices, if you ever try to login you have to go through the new plugin, type your email adress and password, then it redirects you to the correct login page, and there you can actually login.
Also, there's a banner on MaskMe now and it basically says "click here to upgrade to blur" except it won't let you upgrade to blur because for some reason you can't use your old email and even if you could the entire migration process is glitchy and when checking for the Blur and MaskMe extensions it may just fail every time.
Another thing is that goddamn banner has been here since like 6 goddamn months, care to remove it already?
If I didn't upgrade to your pointless new product then I'm pretty sure it either means "I CAN'T" or "I WON'T" do it.



The best suite there ever was :) Rated 5 out of 5 stars
by Kim on December 8, 2014 · permalink · translate
I used MaskMe for a long time, and I enjoyed it a lot. It was a great add-on.
Hopefully, this will continue with Blur, and it'll prove to be a worthy successor.
R.I.P. MaskMe!



Simple and useful. Easy to sync Rated 2 out of 5 stars
by grynnan on October 10, 2014 · permalink · translate
Simple and useful. Easy to sync.
However, it's an American company, so NSA probably have everything you store here as well. =/
If they moved to Island, or New Zealand, or any other country where NSA have been told to go f**k 'em selfs. It would get higher rating.



by Pedro Torres on August 29, 2014 · permalink · translate
I am extremely dependant on mask me!!!
All my login emails are generated by mask me... All my passwords are random numbers.
I do not know ANY of my login details.
And now I feel safe, for example, ensuring I do not use the same password everywhere. I pay taxes and manage my finances online, so there are data I do not want to mix and with over 300 passwords they used to be all the same.
Thank you abine for mask me. I am a pirate, I appreciate your solutions, I rate them with a 5 star. I will not use your paid services, as I can take the time an effort to scout other software.
Call me a "critic" ;)
P.D. I have spent hundreds of hours to come to the conclusion that using mask me is the most conveniente way to protect myself. I enjoy solving problems, looking for solutions, trying them out and evaluating with the passing of time.
Mask Me has returned the confidence I had on Line prior to the NSA BIG BROTHER.
Thank you Abine... keep it up!



Retraction for too enthusiastic review, sadly Rated 2 out of 5 stars
by cnsmr on July 9, 2014 · permalink · translate
I was thrilled with DoNoTrackMe (DNTM) and MaskMe (MM), but after purchasing the premium MaskMe account, all of a sudden I've had ongoing problems with both MaskMe and DNTM. They do not work well together, there is overlapping, and they require entirely different log-in membership accounts! That should have been made clear Before I purchased the premium MM account because Abine's help section explains that the "new" DNTM now does most of what MM does, and they won't integrate. If one wants to simplify and switch over to DNTM, all of MM's masked emails and passwords are lost forever and one must start over from scratch! After using MM for a period of time, that is A LOT of accounts to lose log-ins for!
Also, DNTM's toolbar icon keeps screwing up and becoming unresponsive. I end up having to delete it and reinstall it to get it working again. Between that and MM developing all kinds of glitches recently, including locking me out of my account entirely, which forced me to reinstall FF and lose all of FF my add-ons and various settings, products that used to be a delight are becoming a major, time-consuming pain. Furthermore, MM isn't recording all of the passwords it is creating for me and when that happens, I have no idea what they are! Whether it is Abine's internal issues or problems working with FF updates, either way, Abine should either be on top of it or let us know upfront that there are bugs and/or incompatibilities. At the moment, I've dropped my stars from four to three but if this continues, I'll be dropping the star rating further.
I read the Olivia from Abine response to another reviewer having the exact same problems as me and she wrote that Abine is very aware of the problems and confusion for their users as they go through changes. I just want to say that as a premium subscriber, I resent the company knowing it is going through these transitions but charging me for a year of MM only to shortly after suddenly label it "beta," move MM services to DNTM, and then let me and other subscriber's suffer the chaos and disruption! It's a really lousy way to treat customers. It isn't even ethical to keep selling a product they are phasing out as the customer is making the purchase. Now that I know it is Abine causing the disruption and knowingly providing a faulty product because they "decided" to switch MM services to DNTM and leave their MM customers in a lurch, my star rating is down to two stars!

This user has a previous review of this add-on.

Read books online

Really? Rated 2 out of 5 stars

224 people have downloaded this, and no one has left a review? Moreover, the description is barely a full sentence. What is used? Is it a hacker add-on? Does it search legitimate sources? Does it have some kind of online search-ability that locates things on command?

I don't even want to risk this. Sorry.

Session Manager

The Best! Must Have! Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I rely on this with a passion. I constantly need to save my sessions for school, because that alone can be some 20-40 tabs of hard work that is difficult to navigate, re-locate, organize, and recover if lost. I use open textboxes (just full-window sized boxes that I can type in) and if they are closed and not recovered, what was in them is lost. I depend on these, and this add-on makes sure I do not lose them or the information I was working on. It can be more than just frustrating to suddenly lose a session and to be unable to restore it. FireFox makes it so that if I delete my browsing history (nothing else, just the list of visited sites) it will delete my whole session so I cannot recover if I close it willingly. That is how I found this well-needed add-on!

Thank you! :D


The only suggestion that I have is the ability to merge saved sessions. I use this add-on as a way of keeping my "interests" sessions and my "school" sessions separate, so I may have several different sessions that, over time, end up with only a few items in them. It would be nice to append one session onto/into another.

The only problem I have, which is really just a little thing and not something to complain about, is that the window resizes every time I click something. I like to have the window tall. However, when I, say, delete a session, it shrinks down again, so I have to resize it to view the session/s again.

Wired-Marker

Pretty Good, So Far Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I have no idea why highlighters are not an automatic feature for FireFox. They are so important! I am just getting started, but it seems pretty good, so far. It is certainly better than anything else I've found.

1) Can it be that whatever folder I have selected automatically turns my mouse into that color of highlighter? Drag and drop is nice, but it's a bit much when working with a glossary.

2) If I highlight an entire section, I want to be able to remove highlighting from any tiny part in that section.

3) I want to save the whole page, with highlighting, to a certain folder and with a certain name. I also want to be able to open that page again and continue working on it without losing previous highlights and still being able to adjust all highlighting as desired.

Issue:
Using Ctrl+highlight does not allow me to select multiple occurrences (something that can be dangerous, but time saving). It may be that it just does not like glossary tables. If I select something in one cell, then try to select anything else, even if it is in the same cell, it just selects the whole cell.



I know this requires a lot of work, but it'd be nice. You've an excellent add-on, here. :) Good work!

Phrase Highlighter

Pretty Good Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Not exactly what I need, but it opened my mind to needs I had, but hadn't realized. I really like it.

Issues:
1) It does freeze my browser temporarily and produce the notice:
"This Script was unable to complete, would you like to:
Stop Script __ Debug Script __ Allow to Continue to see if it completes"

2) The highlighting does not remain when I save or resave the page to view offline. It is not "permanent." Maybe a tick box to allow this.

3) Highlighting does not acknowledge spaces (sometimes, I really want to highlight "art " and not all incidences of dep"art", even though I still want to highlight -"ology". Maybe add the "-" to indicate as a word part and "_" to indicate spaces?

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.9.1). 

Simple Timer

Definitely a Keeper! Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I love this! Honestly, I do not think the name does it justice. I thought it would be an item with few features, rather, the name meant easy to use. It is so much more than I expected, and I mean that in a good way! It does everything I wanted and much more. It is small, simple to use, effective, fully functional for multiple purposes, and easily readable in whatever format one prefers.


I would like to be able to do these:
With the countdown clock, I would like to be able to set my list to begin at 7:30 AM and count down 2 hours, 1 hour, then 30 minutes in a continuing loop until 9:30 PM, a cycle of 4 - my school day.

I would also like a separate button to record my time (count up), with the ability to click it to pause/continue, double click resets, and this is recorded into an ongoing Time Sheet (with full date information) that I pick the store location of and can access with the simple Notepad program, or anywhere else that I can review and copy it as plain text.
-- This could be an entirely new developer tool / a different/separate add-on...

I would like it to do these in addition to the alarms I have set (shouldn't be any overlap, I think).



One glitch:
I was not at the computer for a bit, the timer went off, I had it set to give me popups and verbal notifications. My screen had blacked. When I returned to my computer, the little message in the bottom right-hand corner was there, but the one in the middle of the screen was not. It kept ringing every minute (making me realize that half as many reminders is effective enough). I could not find the notice to close it, even when I minimized the browser and my one other program window in variance.

This continues when just using the right-hand corner popup until the number of rings is fulfilled, even after I closed the popup.

Closing the verbal notification stops the rings from continuing, just as I'd like.



Thank you! :D

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.0.2). 

ScrapBook

"Edit Before Save" Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Oh, I adore this add-on! It's probably my favorite and most used. It has helped me throughout college. I benefit from it everyday! It couples well with Firebug, too!

Please, please, please make it compatible with the newest FireFox. When I right click and go to Scrapbook, I should be able to open the edit bar. Also, how about making that icon movable since FF removed the Add-ons bar (we need more hide/show toolbars).

Also, when you can, it'd be nice to have 3 more savable highlighters...

Thank you.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.5.11).  This user has 2 previous reviews of this add-on.

Tab Scope

Been using it for years and still am Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Love it! It's simple, convenient, easy to use, customizable. I use it everyday reflexively as if it were a built-in feature. It helps keep me organized and makes multiple tabs easier to manage and navigate. It helps with system restore because I do not have to worry about all of my tabs loading at once. I can simply mouse over the tabs I want to load and they will, which helps to prevent browser crashes and makes it easier to weed out which tab may have caused the crash. I love the pin and reload features, which are convenient and readily accessible. I also love the stop feature. I don't have to switch to that tab to make it stop loading. It all makes tabs so much easier to manage, even when there's 30+ for school, and whatever else I'm doing. The only annoyance is that the little window automatically appears when a new tab is opened. It'd be nice to decide if I wanted that - tick box option?

Still, love it.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.5). 

Prostetnic highlighter

Rated 3 out of 5 stars

1) Okay, it needs to allow a standing and adjustable memorized selection of up to 10 selected/user-chosen color-options for consistency. This includes text and background (potentially box lines like in Scrapbook).

2) I need to be able to see and work with the corresponding numbers in rgb, Hex, and hsl, etc., rather than blindly clicking about.

3) Honestly, all the buttons should be merged into one drop-down list of options, and the cursor should be able to change into a "Highlighter" or "Eraser" that I can wield freely. "Undo" last highlight can still be an option, and so can "Remove All" highlighting from page.

Sadly, Mozilla did away with all alternative toolbars, and I'm cramming everything on the Bookmarks bar. :(
They should have an add-on Tools menu that can be opened and organized for active use (but still allow toolbars and other organization methods).

Now, I am not saying you have to be just like Scrapbook, though you could be better, but you are doing something similar, and I am only leaving them because Mozilla's updates made them inoperable.


4) There should be a settings area where I can choose if I want the option to remember the highlights (by what means you currently employ), or if I want to save the whole page and all changes to a root folder or sub-folders *on my computer* for easy retrieval, as is done with "Scrapbook."

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.0.2). 

Saved Password Editor

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

A Must have!

Can be used safely alongside "Adblock Plus," "Do Not Track Me" and "Mask Me" by Abine, "Ghostery," "Better Privacy," "Secure Login," "Session Manager" a MUST (trust me, I lost everything without it!), and "Flash Block."

I love add-ons, and it is important to support the good ones so they continue to be used. I am still waiting for "Simple Zoom" to be updated to the most recent FireFox... :( I am now using "Perfect View" instead, which is more complex, but very nice, and it now has a toolbar button!

I have others, but they are for art stuff, making webpages look reasonable as they should, and some cool things. I wish "Scapbook" would update. Mozilla made their edit icon disappear, and I relied heavily (still do!) on that add-on for school and daily life!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.7.3).  This user has a previous review of this add-on.

BetterPrivacy

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Love it! It revealed to me a whole world of secretive info storage and let me interact with it. Been a loyal user for a long time.

Can be used alongside "Adblock Plus" and "Do Not Track Me" safely, and for better results. Also, try "Mask Me," also by Abine, and some of these:

Others I recommend are "Ghostery," "Saved Password Editor," "Secure Login," "Session Manager" a MUST (trust me, I lost everything without it!), and "Flash Block."

I love add-ons, and it is important to support the good ones so they continue to be used. I am still waiting for Zoom in to be updated to the most recent FireFox... :( I am now using "Perfect View" instead, which is more complex, but very nice.

I have others, but they are for art stuff, making webpages look reasonable as they should, and some cool things. I wish Scapbook would update. Mozilla made their edit icon disappear, and I relied heavily (still do!) on that add-on for school and daily life!

Ghostery

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Wonderful, efficient, always up-to-date, and easy to work with. Also has a cute icon! :3

Can be used alongside "Adblock Plus" and "Do Not Track Me" safely, and for better results. Also, try "Mask Me," also by Abine, and some of these:

Others I recommend are "Better Privacy," "Saved Password Editor," "Secure Login," "Session Manager" a MUST (trust me, I lost everything without it!), and "Flash Block."

I love add-ons, and it is important to support the good ones so they continue to be used. I am still waiting for Zoom in to be updated to the most recent FireFox... :( I am now using "Perfect View" instead, which is more complex, but very nice.

I have others, but they are for art stuff, making webpages look reasonable as they should, and some cool things. I wish "Scapbook" would update. Mozilla made their edit icon disappear, and I relied heavily (still do!) on that add-on for school and daily life!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (5.4.0). 

Adblock Plus

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

This thing is wonderful! I have been using it for a long time!

Can be used alongside "Ghostery" and "Do Not Track Me" safely, and for better results. Also, try "Mask Me," also by Abine, and some of these:

Others I recommend are "Better Privacy," "Saved Password Editor," "Secure Login," "Session Manager" a MUST (trust me, I lost everything without it!), and "Flash Block."

I love add-ons, and it is important to support the good ones so they continue to be used. I am still waiting for "Simple Zoom" to be updated to the most recent FireFox... :( I am now using "Perfect View" instead, which is more complex, but very nice.

I have others, but they are for art stuff, making webpages look reasonable as they should, and some cool things. I wish "Scapbook" would update. Mozilla made their edit icon disappear, and I relied heavily (still do!) on that add-on for school and daily life!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.6.4). 

Blur

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

This is wonderful, efficient, and I don't even have to keep track of it.

Can be used alongside "Ghostery" and "Adblock Plus" safely, and for better results. Also, try "Mask Me," also by Abine, and some of these:

Other I recommend are "Better Privacy," "Saved Password Editor," "Secure Login," "Session Manager" a MUST (trust me, I lost everything without it!), and "Flash Block."

I love add-ons, and it is important to support the good ones so they continue to be used. I am still waiting for Zoom in to be updated to the most recent FireFox... :( I am now using "Perfect View" instead, which is more complex, but very nice.

I have others, but they are for art stuff, making webpages look reasonable as they should, and some cool things. I wish Scapbook would update. Mozilla made their edit icon disappear, and I elied heavily (still do!) on that add-on for school and daily life!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.2.1127). 

MaskMe: Online Privacy Protection

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Excellent, BUT, the one problem that I have is it does not sync all of my passwords. I have a ton of passwords, and it only remembers the ones to the sites I have visited recently AND logged into. It does not look into my Mozilla passwords records and record all of them, forcing me to go to each site separately and login for it to acknowledge my password/s for that site. That's over 80 sites!

This add-on works best with "Secure Login" and its cousin "Do Not Track Me." I highly recommend all Abine products/features.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.40.349). 

Secure Login

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Very helpful and reliable.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0.5). 

Clipmarks

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Just think how much memory this is taking up for them. Odds are, if you have a really good reason to use this add-on, it is because of a long page that you don't even want to scroll through. Their server will not be able to take it, unless they find a way to
A) remove everything else on the page OR
B) link you to a blank page with just the nice looking quote and provide a link to where it originated from with a brief mention of where it can be found on that page.

Citebite

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Just think how much memory this is taking up for them. Odds are, if you have a really good reason to use this add-on, it is because of a long page that you don't even want to scroll through. Their server will not be able to take it, unless they find a way to
A) remove everything else on the page OR
B) link you to a blank page with just the nice looking quote and provide a link to where it originated from with a brief mention of where it can be found on that page.

Evernote Web Clipper

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Just think how much memory this is taking up for them. Odds are, if you have a really good reason to use this add-on, it is because of a long page that you don't even want to scroll through. Their server will not be able to take it, unless they find a way to
A) remove everything else on the page OR
B) link you to a blank page with just the nice looking quote and provide a link to where it originated from with a brief mention of where it can be found on that page.

Saved Password Editor

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Excellent! I do not know why it is not an innate feature. I think that Mozilla should hire you!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.7.3).