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|User since||November 13, 2012|
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I look forward to incorporating this into my usual routine but the ignore list bug (inability to add words to the list of three) was never fixed. Hasn't been updated since 2010 though, so I'm pretty sure it won't be.
Bought out a la Microsoft strategy. Pay the competition to go away.
At first it seemed amazing (both the program and the plug-in). Then I encountered problems where it wouldn't notice a form on <Alt Ctrl A>, so I'd press detect forms. I don't think that ever solved the problem.
The real problem is using multiple accounts and/or multiple computers as we all do. The database isn't dynamic enough and KeeFox fails to update it quickly enough (within a few minutes) where your workstations can be in sync.
Troubling even more is handling multiple logins or sites where the login URL varies, thus changing the bar title, URL and all parameters KeeFox could use to identify the site. Asterisks don't seem to help coax it along, although I've seem some comments about using the root domain and it working for them. (For me it hasn't.)
As much as RoboForm is an ugly, intrusive, dated Wall-E/Furby lovechild, it performs better.
I'm going to keep tabs on KeyPass/KeeFox and hope to return.
This is a great concept and the best execution we've seen so far but often times the search suggestions are too generic or general to matter. I wish users were able to add/exclude the possibility of certain words appearing in the cloud.
When you don't get a bunch of bad hits, it's automated brainstorming,
With FF16 or 17 I couldn't get the tags to work on Google's site but I can on Deeper Web. Just another little thing that impairs functionality.
Keep up to good work!
Unfortunately 1.0.3 sporadically fails. I intentionally avoided 'rarely' because it seems to miss about 30% of the videos.
Updates come out and these developers are expected to adapt instantly. I have a life outside of Firefox, I imagine they do too.
Thank you for all your hard work. I'm still happy using this app.
There we go.
The reviewer linking you to the 1.0.7 version of YTSR got it right - works perfectly.