A good add-on with minor flaws Rated 4 out of 5 stars
I reviewed an older version of this add-on a while back. This add-on is pretty handy. If I click on an epub link I don't have to deal with downloading it to a specific folder since it is automatically saved to the e-pub catalog.You can always downland the file from the catalog to any folder you wish at some more convenient time. There is a bookmark feature that is useful. Paging is smooth..Unfortunately the problems I noticed before still persist. They are: 1) Tiny progress bar that is easy to miss altogether. 2) No page numbers. Page numbers would be a much better way to mark one's progress than the progress bar. 3) When you click the trash can icon it deletes the file without asking you to confirm the deletion. Since the icon is right next to the "save copy" icon, it is easy to make a mistake and click the wrong icon. This has happened to me a few times, and I have had to look on the web for a new copy of the deleted file. A simple "are you sure" prompt would be nice. Overall, a pretty good add-on, but its flaws have relegated it to its status as my secondary epub reader.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (22.214.171.124.1-signed).
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Good add-on. Pluses: Once you open a file it's saved to the catalog, so you don't have to go hunting for the file later on. There are bookmarks to save your place. Easy to delete an unwanted file, or to save a copy wherever you want. Cons: The progress bar should be more visible; I didn't even notice it was there for awhile. The only other con I can think of is that if I leave it on one "page" for long it resets back to the start. I'm reading a story, not touching anything, and all of a sudden the text will scroll up quickly to the beginning of the story and I'll have to scroll back to where I was. I'm assuming this is a glitch. Overall, I would recommend this add-on.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (126.96.36.199.1-signed).