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|User since||July 20, 2007|
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Linkinfication is very nice and useful Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Linkinfication is very nice and useful addon. I recomend it. Thank you!
Looks like http://yellow5.us/contact/ is not working, not sending msgs. One small bug report. My "General" settings are "Show Open Selected Link in context menu", everything else is unchecked/disabled. The most recent version is not working like previous. Usually I double click or triple click, then right click and "Open Selected Link". Examples:
Triple click the link, it will select the line. On right click, I do not see "Open Selected Link". This was working with previous version.
With above example, double click "com" word and right click "Open Selected Link" - it goes to cnet.com. Here I want to suggest two ideas:
1. partial selection - Sometimes, select the link is not easy - link is very long or not fully visible (like, if you increase the font, some page elements could overlap other elements, or page html code is bad). Sometimes triple click is not useful - it select the paragraph. It will be very useful if "Open Selected Link" works even if part of the link is selected. Maybe it could be additional menu item, like "Open Full Link".
2. "open part of the link". Often in forums I see fake answers like: "Here is the answer: http://www.blabla.com?page=123&referer=spammer&action=create_new_user"
Sometimes I just want to open part of the link. If I select "123" and right click, it will be very nice to have additional menu item: "Open Part Link" - to open "http://www.blabla.com?page=123" and cut everything else. That means: starting from 'http' or 'www' to the selected word (including the selection).
nice Rated 5 out of 5 stars
it is simple - I like it and now I am using it. Thank you.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.59).
very useful, very simple... Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Here is how I use it:
- for any non secure logins (forums, etc - everything except bank accounts)
- for temp saving data (if submit fail, I could refill all my details very easy)
Very handy tool. In discussions I sent few ideas, hope some of them could be accepted.