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Best ever Rated 5 out of 5 stars
FoxMarks is the best bookmarks syncing tool available.
I have always been searching for organising my bookmarks in a central online repository (but still at hand). I even tried to develop a 'Links' section on my website.
But nothing beats the functionality of FoxMarks, always at hand at work and at home. When not on my own computer I can use the online version... and wait till you see the online features, sharing (as webpage or RSS) organising, import, export. It just gets better and better.
Gives you a great reason to switch to FireFox.
The only downside I see is that it only supports Firefox (if I'm not wrong). But I still give it full marks as I love only Firefox and nothing else.
Brilliant job indeed.
Good job indeed Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Very good job. I do sometimes feel the need to monitor my router (NetGear DG834GT) in case of network issues. This tool is spot on.
Brilliant... could be better Rated 3 out of 5 stars
I believe this should be an integrated feature in every browser. It is an excellent tool and does away with the need for a separate download manager for most downloads.
However I see some room for improvement:
dTa OneClick uses the file name last used to download manually, so we end up overwriting the old download (unless we've moved, deleted or renamed it); worse still, we cannot find the file later as it has the name of the old file.
I prefer to rename my files during the download for an organised download, but some websites conform to my file name masks (so I do not need to manually rename them), so that's when I prefer dTa OneClick, but unfortunately cannot use it as it uses the last-used FILENAME.
Ideally, after ever download the file mask should be reset to *name*.*ext*; so dTa OneClick will do exactly as it should - DOWNLOAD IN ONE CLICK!
It still is one of the most productivity-enhancing tools for Firefox. I'm grateful to the developer(s)
Powerful is an understatement Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I had always been finding ways to catalog my references. I found EndNote to be over-rated as it did not provide all the functionality I would expect.
Enter 'Zotero'! On recommendation from a colleague I expected this to fall short of my expectations as well (especially after my experience with an expensive program like EndNote).
I have to admit that it has exceeded all of my expectations... coming from a Mozilla add-on, I was truly shocked.
PDF (and more) attachments, web page snapshots, notes, tags, brilliant search capabilities, categorisation and my favourite - date of access (very useful for web-only references).
I am however having difficulty in installing XPDF (PDF2TEXT) which claims to search inside PDF attachments. It could be due to my OS (XP x64) but if it can be installed, it will make the best even better.
BEST OF ALL... IT'S FREE! AND BEATS THE $%#T OUT OF ENDNOTE!