Errors in Firefox Developer Edition Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Two errors at startup of Firefox:

bitsMarkingCollection.init():TypeError: doc.defaultView.addEventListener is not a function
bitsArticleNavigation.init():TypeError: this.docShell is null

Надоедная ошибка Rated 1 out of 5 stars

После обновления до 50 версии пришлось аддон удалить. Правда сначала пришлось долго искать виновника выскакивающей бяки. Долго искала. потому что меньше всего могла заподозрить именно Wired-Marker

Conflicts with addon Internote Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Firefox 49.0 (Ubuntu 16.04 LTS),
It conflicts with addon Internote 3.0.2
The default shortcut Alt+X doesn't work and if you click from menu bar an error message would pop up :

TypeError: this.xmldoc is undefined.

Firefox 45 or earlier seems not to be influenced by this bug.

Sharing Internet content with the highlights visible. Rated 4 out of 5 stars

This is an amazing application, and the ONLY one I've found that dependably works during and after highlights have been applied.

I have literally thousands of highlighted web pages with some categorized in the supplied folders. However I'm way behind the task of organizing what has been highlighted.

The only problem at this point is that there is some content that is so useful I would like to share it with others, including the highlighting, but haven't found a way to do so as yet. Is this technically feasible and could it be in a future release? Many times just sharing the highlighted text that does not appear when emailing a highlighted source changes the overall context.

I think many others would be attracted to using this applications if the highlighting remained intact when emailing a webpage.

It is for this reason that I applied a 4-star rather than a 5-star rating.

Not working Rated 3 out of 5 stars

After I toggle the extension button, then popup a error message :

TypeError: this.xmldoc is undefined

with window title “Javascript Application“.

Excelente ayuda a la lectura Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Para mí un descubrimiento esencial. Me permite fijar ideas y tener una colección de páginas con el contenido marcado. Mi agradecimiento al inventor.

Excellent Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Just what I needed and then some.

Very useful addon Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Very useful add-on if you like to mark/highlight/annotate text for future reference, while reading articles/tutorials et al. online. The markers are persistent.
One feature that is missing is the sync of markers across Firefox browsers on different machines using the same account.
Works flawlessly.

I dont understand how to use it Rated 3 out of 5 stars

I had tried it and red the tutorial. After half an hour, I understanded it a bit. After a couple of months, I tried to use it again. My shortcuts- I ordered to the markers by the first use- dont workt and I also haven't found any other way. I deinstall it now.

Useful but too difficult to use. Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Having to select and drag the text to a small colored box on the side is just too tedious, especially if I have to highlight a lot of text. For a couple of highlights it's fine.

Suggestion: change the cursor to a colored highlighter so that it can be used multiple times without interruption and without having to drag anything (similar to MS Word, or Adobe Acrobat)

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

please include e10s support, great add-on thanks.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

The best digital highlighter the Internet has seen. Please bring support for e10s

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Привет!
Сделайте опцию, чтобы заметка\слово не запоминало свою позицию на странице, а запоминала только URL - и находилось на любой странице этого сайта, включая фреймы...
Спасибо.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

This is the most helpful add-on for me. I've been using it for two years now and I love it. It's working with all versions of FF. Thank you so much for this add-on and I hope you will make an update to this app(the last update is from 2011).

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

OMG !!!!! This is THE addon I was looking for a while .... It works perfectly with FF 37... Thank you !!!!

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Непонятно работает

Decayed and Died Rated 1 out of 5 stars

The conept is great. The current implementation makes the add-on useless.

I was previously using this add-on for legal and historical research. The add-on was a real time-saver for the first month that I used it. Thereafter, I noticed that my previous highlights were disappearing on many pages. See the issue described by another user here: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/firefox/addon/wired-marker/reviews/243185/ . The disappearing highlights were somewhat easy to restore as described by another user here: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/firefox/addon/wired-marker/reviews/406670/ . However, soon, right-clicking each cache entry (hundreds of them, and growing) and remapping to get back my highlights became more and more cumbersome to the point that the benefit of saved time dwindled away to almost nothing. A few days ago I updated to FF v36 and now the "remap" function has disappeared, leaving me with literaly hundreds of disappeared highlights and no reasonable way to get them back. The add-on was great in the beginning, but then decayed into complete worthlessness. The bottom line is that all the time initially saved by this add-on was all for naught, and, in fact, this add-on has ended up costing me more time than if I had never used it at all, as now I must either find a work-around to get my highlights back or find a different, reliable add-on and use it to perform my research all over again.

It was great while it lasted, but now I strongly recommend that no one waste their time with this add-on or, at the very least, that no one use it for anything important.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

This app should be part of Firefox browser.

Pretty Good, So Far Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I have no idea why highlighters are not an automatic feature for FireFox. They are so important! I am just getting started, but it seems pretty good, so far. It is certainly better than anything else I've found.

1) Can it be that whatever folder I have selected automatically turns my mouse into that color of highlighter? Drag and drop is nice, but it's a bit much when working with a glossary.

2) If I highlight an entire section, I want to be able to remove highlighting from any tiny part in that section.

3) I want to save the whole page, with highlighting, to a certain folder and with a certain name. I also want to be able to open that page again and continue working on it without losing previous highlights and still being able to adjust all highlighting as desired.

Issue:
Using Ctrl+highlight does not allow me to select multiple occurrences (something that can be dangerous, but time saving). It may be that it just does not like glossary tables. If I select something in one cell, then try to select anything else, even if it is in the same cell, it just selects the whole cell.



I know this requires a lot of work, but it'd be nice. You've an excellent add-on, here. :) Good work!

Does not show colors when page view in simple mode! USELESS =( Rated 1 out of 5 stars

I can highlight stuff when disabling colors and fonts in web pages, but the highlights 4 THIS app will not show in that mode, making it useless, because I prefer 2 browse all pages while forcing black background and gold text (way easier on the eyes =) This is also the reason I use 'Mouse Gestures Redox' still = shows trails in this mode & has more options than competitors.