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|User since||August 19, 2010|
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I cannot add headers after deleting any.
Versatile and clean. Can save the image, zoom in, change the text after generating it.
Wish: Show QR for background image.
Just great! Tip: to highlight multiple words, hold Control when you click on "Highlight word".
It also works fine in 7.0 (Aurora channel); disable the compatibility check by going to about:config and creating a new boolean extensions.checkCompatibility.7.0a = false.
I've been using it for a *long* time with a dozen engines. After installing 7.0 (currently in the Aurora channel), I disabled the compatibility check (extensions.checkCompatibility.7.0a = false in about:config), and it works fine.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.4.6).
Works fine as long as you have a reasonable number of search engines. My only complaints are that it doesn't work with editboxes/textareas, and that you can't reach the menu using the keyboard (the highlight skips the menu item).
The button sits unobstrusively in any toolbar and shows a small (+) sign when the current page "looks like" a product page. When you click it, a movable dialog reminiscent of Facebook's "Like" feature is shown *within* the page (so it won't take the window hostage).
There you can change the item name and price (it tries to guess it from the page), pick a picture from the page, specify the wish list to add to, change the desired quantity and add a description before saving. Easy!
Hard to use with jEdit:
1. It deletes the temp file just after invoking the editor, expecting that it will be re-created. jEdit (and UltraEdit) notices this and ask whether to keep the buffer.
2. jEdit typically reuses a single process (I think UltraEdit does this too). Apparently Texto waits for the process to exit, which won't happen in this case. A work-around is to click on the button again and dismiss the warning.
Apparently "It's All Text!" monitors the temp file, which works better.