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|User since||August 2, 2007|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Not yet rated|
I was looking for a reliable way to play a sound once a website had finished loading (I use a web app at work that can be slow sometimes, and I don't want to have to keep my eyes constantly on the screen, so being notified by sound will be helpful). This extension did the trick! My only suggestion would be to include "Stop Navigation" as one of the default items (since this might be what people are looking for like me), but with the documentation on the developer's site, I was able to add this one using noise-WebProgress-stop as an Event topic.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.2.11).
A previous reviewer asked, "what's the point? What repetitive tasks do people do in a web browser?" and challenged other reviewers to give examples. Here is mine: I am an administrator of a learning management system that is completely managed from the web - for me iMacros saves me hours and hours of time each week. For example, if I need to register a large group of people for a course, iMacros allows me to do this from a spreadsheet rather than doing each registration manually. You could argue that the system I am using should have this function built-in, but it just doesn't so iMacros picks up the slack.
Another task I am about to do today is create around 100 learning events, and again, instead of having to type these in manually in the "learning event creation form," I can create the events in a spreadsheet, export to csv, and then iMacros can do all the repetitive form filling based on the csv file. It is truly a beautiful thing to be able to do something else while iMacros churns away, saving me time and probably also saving me from carpel tunnel or some other repetitive physical strain, not to mention saving my mental health.
I'm on Firefox 3.6.4 and it worked fine for me. Thanks for this much needed add-on. It should be integrated into Firefox in my opinion.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.4).
I'm looking forward to being able to "flag" e-mails in gmail that will integrate with all of my other Remember The Milk tasks. Thanks!