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|User since||January 8, 2014|
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Unfortuantely I'm still getting da.feedsportal.com ads in my Washington Post RSS feed.
I feel it's a little too dark and I really miss the gray one (been so long I've forgotten the name of it) by the same author. But it says right there in the name, "deep dark" so the theme is as advertised. I give it five stars. I can't find a single element in 12.0 that doesn't look good. Bring back the gray one!
Thank you to the developer for his feedback about my feedback.
Path is set correctly, nothing shows up there. Asked it to prompt me for a path, nothing happened.
I had reviewed this addon with three stars. Not all of the functions worked, but the core function did. Tonight I open my browser and it had lost probably 200 bookmarks. It's a serious problem for me. I have dropbox backup all the json files from the jetpack folder, but even restoring from a previous version of onetab's json failed to work. I have no idea why not but losing all those sites I no longer have faith in the addon and am done with it.
Reply to Developer:
Yes, I only tried to restore the "store.json" file. It definitely got a few of my tabs back. Maybe eight or nine of around 200 (the oldest ones). I know I restored the correct file because, a) it did restore a handful of tabs, and b), it resides in a folder called "firstname.lastname@example.org".
Thanks for your reply, but I have switched to Zotero which is less convenient but hopefully a little more robust. My machine didn't even crash - my links in OneTab disappeared for seemingly no reason at all. Lost a lot of work.
Helpful, but the options to export to HTML and share as a web page do not work. They say "Please wait" forever.This user has other reviews of this add-on.
Asks you to switch your search engine. I think that's all I need to say.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.97.34).
When I click on 'logins' and try to browse my entries, there's not enough space to show all of them and no way to scroll.
Otherwise it's a very useful addon. I'm not sure why it took me so long to try it.
I can't stand it when an extension wastes my time by having hidden documentation or no documentation at all. In the "About" it says you can find help in "Tools>FoxReplace>Help" but there is no "Tools" menu item anymore. It then say you can go to the "Help or Firefox menu>Replace>Help" and that does not exist either. When I press Shift+F8 nothing at all happens.
I'm sure the extension works fine but if there's no way to learn how to use it, it's totally worthless.
I've used keepass for a long time. Great software. KeeFox seems pretty half-baked to me, though. Some sites (New York Times) it will not figure out how to populate the username and password fields. Some sites (Mozilla), it will populate them but not actually log you in. Some sites, it works how it's supposed to. Since I have to have the keepass database open anyway, I may as well just use it to open the URL and autotype, right?
Additionally, in the menu produced by the toolbar button, you can select "Logins" but you won't be able to see all of your logins and there's no way to scroll. I don't know what's up with that.
Again, KeePass with Autotype is better. A little slower but once you get it working you don't have to mess around with it and it behaves consistently.
I wish I were able to copy a table from a webpage and paste it into a plaintext editor with separators of my choice still there. For example to create a CSV from a table or make one like this:
Great job though!
Edit: I actually CAN do this. I'm not sure what I did the first time, but I couldn't get it to work at first. Now it's working. EXTREMELY helpful. Worth donating but I will not use paypal because they steal from me.
I'm using your beta since this one isn't updated for 29 yet. The only problem I'm having is that in Sage (within All-in-one Sidebar), the text is black and very difficult/impossible to read.
Otherwise it's really nice. I love complete themes and this one with all the options is the most complete one I've ever seen.
I just wanted to say that I really loved this theme. Until reading the developers responses after the 29 update messed it up, I had no idea so much effort was required to maintain a theme.
If it is updated I will happily donate $5 and would hope others would follow. Those who use this theme know it's one of the only decent ones for Firefox.
I hope that if the developer decides to let it go, he will make it open source.
And sorry, Dev. I really didn't know you had to spend that much time. If I knew I would have thrown some $ your way.