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|User since||March 5, 2007|
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I've used version 0.3.3, but when I installed 0.4...
I'm against an *extension* taking over a program feature, and even more so if it doesn't emulate all the aspects of that feature.
Unfortunately, that's what I saw with 0.4, in regards to TB's bunching up of cookies into 'folders' for faster perusing, if we don't know what we're looking for.
All in all, I preferred 0.3.3 in this aspect, wherein it kept itself separate from the Tools/Options/Privacy/Show_Cookies function.
I later found the (as yet not official?) 1.0 release, which is a great improvement over 0.4 (I hope it works, cross my fingers...) and that's what i now have installed, but I really wish that 1.1 would either leave the TB cookie viewer alone or would restore the folder list.
I would also like a Date format which omitted the Time altogether, for simpler viewing.
Other than that, it's a very good tool for certain sites like a stupid bank that I know which revised its on-line appearance and now keeps our customization in our cookies (!) and expires them in one week (!!!!)
I don't know about the previous comments, but I installed 3.6.20100326 on FF 3.6.3 and it seems to work fine, just like 0317 before it...This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.6.20100326).
I absolutely concur that this 'feature' is undesirable and confusing.
Let's face it: If one does want to Work Offline, then one uses the setting in the File menu.
I can't imagine anyone wanting to "save time" going to that setting!
Not only that, but if the desired page is already in cache, FF would display it and the user wouldn't even know that it wasn't retrieved anew! One would think that it's the current content.
Suggestions: Ability to manually add *@domain in the autoswitch list, well needed for e-mail addresses, for which several may be @the_same_thing. Also the ability to accept various e-mail addresses in the To:, Cc: and BCc: at the same time (it seems to only want to remember the first one).This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.6.2).