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|Location||Los Angeles,CA, USA|
|User since||March 5, 2007|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Not yet rated|
It works well for what it is, it just isn't enough. "No persistence" in this case means not only to the tabs not stay named if you close the browser (which I could deal with), but they reset names if you just refresh the page. That was the killer for me. If you have a bunch of tabs you want to track w/o refreshing any of them, this is good. Otherwise, it's not worth it.
Handy indeed, but per Spamavert's site, they're shutting down service at the end of the year. :(
Love it and install it ASAP on any new installation.
Simple sidebar, hideable, 'cloud'-synched place to scribble down notes to yourself while browsing. Love it!
I've been using it for over a year now and it is so much nicer than having to open up notepad just to copy and paste bits of text or notes to myself while browsing. (I used QuickNotes long ago, but those are specific to a single browser/computer, whereas these are right to hand anywhere).
I can see wanting added features (tags or categories), but I'm not sure that wouldn't just burden it down, frankly.
[I do wish it wouldn't so often need me to open up options and click "login" (next to the already filled-in information) for it to start working for the day. But it's a minor nuisance, given how ridiculously handy this simple add-on is.]
Right up there with Ad Block and LastPass and Session Manager in the short list of things I download for a new installation immediately before even beginning to work with it. I'm so used to its clean interface I found I'd forgotten entirely what the FF default for downloads even is!
This is on my shortlist of "must have" add-ons, and I've been missing it and/or digging up other people's work arounds since FF2.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.8.1).