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|User since||October 31, 2008|
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J'aime beaucoup cette extension que j'utilise aussi bien sous Windows 7 que sous Ubuntu mais j'ai un léger souci avec ce dernier. J'ai un bug bizarre qui me recopie mon menu à chaque fois que j'appuyes sur le bouton de menu.Certaines options sont grisées comme les préférences de Firefox (options sous Windows) et parfois c'est pire. C'est comme si toutes les options de menu disparaissaient et dans le panneau de configuration de PersonalMenu on a plus les noms des options mais leur mnémonique en grisé.Sous Ubuntu LTS voilà les versions que j'utilise :Firefox v 3.6.12PersonalMenu v4.3.2HideMenuBar v.4.0.20101120Merci d'avance
Screencast qui montre le plus gros du problème :
I do not agree with those who say this add-on is an absolute useless stuff for beginners.True that the first time you synchronize it take some time but it didn't froze my machine as far as I remember (but it may be I forgot actually anyway. At least it shows how meaningless is that point to me). Even if it does it is just for a short time so I won't care. If you keep on syncing regularly it syncs in less than one second of a few.These problems should be solved but it is not that important now IMHO.The very first things I would do for now is automatic syncing on browser start-up and closure and another problem I meet is being unable to install it because on Debian Iceweasel is version 3.0.x so there is one machine I can't synch with others.But for the rest follow the arrows.
Does it sync bookmarks ? -> it does -> Satisfied !
Does it sync passwords ? -> it does -> Satisfied !(And so on)...I think this add-on is young yet and will be enhanced later but at least it already offers a minimal service that is everything but useless.
I also like this plug-in as a self-teaching Japanese student but like ashemedai and 001Asoer I have a huge CPU being used.
I already had this problem once but didn't really understood which plugins did it so I decided to desactivate some of them including XHTML Ruby Support and hurray ! It was fine.
Recently, I decided I wish to read texts with furigana to help otherwise I just hardly feel like having the will to read japanese as i have a quite poor level and so I reactivated the plugin. There are sites where the PC becomes too slow, 100 % CPU or about. I noticed that on the site it begans using CPU there are many ruby data but for me it doesn't explain the behaviour because a text in japanese may have much more ruby that the site I was talking about.
I wished to talk about the problem on that page but I see I'm not the only one and while I was searching I found an alternative to test.
Nice add-on I use since I was a student.
There are still things that seems de to lacking such as synchronisation at local area or over the internet.
Also I'd like the tasks to be "tidy-able" by having the ability to tidy them like in folders (in a practical point of view : visually, folder may not be the best I think).
And another thing is to be able to see the progress of you tasks as a bar and as an integer at the same time and being able to change the colour of the bar (but I've not explored the preferences carefully yet maybe it already is).
Looks great. Not fully tester but very handy. :)
other input formats would be great. For instance MySQL streams (InnoDB and so on...) To register kanji in some game sites. :)