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|Occupation||IT specialist at IBM DCCE, Brno|
|User since||May 6, 2008|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Not yet rated|
Great addon, officially supported by Keepass, for integration to Firefox.
If concerned, sensitive password still can be hidden to Keefox.
Similarly, one may want to use Keepass directly, if PW obfuscation is used, ,as it seems does not work with Keefox.
..but for strange reasons it shows me now just small popup
Quickwiki is looking for "term" on Wikipedia.
Until recently it was immediately followed by big nice Wikipedia summary popup. This does not happen anymore for me.
Edit: this behavior persists on My FF 10.0.10 ESR
even with all but Quickwiki extensions disabled to avoid extension interference.
Wiktionary seems working OK.
May Wikipedia has changed something on API or web structure....
This addon works for me for me greatly for long time.
I have posted here recently some troubles,
but they were related to temporary company intranet issue
in addon update checking.
I had wanted to post it on mozdev buglist too,
but publicly revealing email address used for sign up
is - ehm - very unwise. It is a spam subscription.
I have wanted to post it on mozdev buglist too,
but publicly revealing email address used for sign up is - ehm - very unwise. It is a spam subscription.
this addon worked for me for long time. Recently i have uninstalled it for some troubleshooting reasons and later tried to reinstall.Element Hiding Helper 1.0.6 is said to be compatible with FF 3.0-4.0b8.But I got a strange error, installing it.FF claimed installation has failed, because the addon is incompatible with FF 3.6.10.It keeps giving error even after several FF over or un+re instalations.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0.6).
I did not notice support for quite popular Media Player Classic - Home cinemaThis review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.5.9).