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|User since||November 16, 2010|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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Of all the add-ons I use, this is far and away my favorite. I have been using it now for a couple of years, and I love the different features. With it, you can create a tree of folders, each folder containing snapshots of different web pages you have visited of the same category as the name of folder. Also, you can edit these snapshots, either omitting different parts of the page or highlighting them in various colors. This is great for archive and research purposes. Thank you so much Gomita.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.5.6).
I just started using this add-on. It it simple and works simply great. With it, I can open two (or more) firefox windows, each based on a different user profile. I have some ideas for this. I'm going to create different user profiles, each with different add-ons and scrapbook/bookmark contents and use them to do different types of searches and store different types of content. Thank you so much Paolo "Kaosmos."This review is for a previous version of the add-on (220.127.116.11).
I really like this program. I registered with Firefox just to say something nice about it. Getting started, it's a little counterintuitive. You have to go View/Sidebar/WIPS to get to the point where you can drag the red rectangle to choose the page portion you want (there's a double arrow icon it really helps to click on to enlarge the view of the red rectangle). Then you click on the red W icon for a dropdown menu, and select Image to copy the rectangled portion. Not so hard. The great thing is that it captures stuff (like pdf file items I've loaded into Firefox) when other addons won't (like Snapshot), This is a really versatile program. Thank you fpmurphy.