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|User since||March 5, 2007|
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When this works, it's great. The problem for me is that it keeps sending pages I didn't instruct it to send. If I hit the 'enter' key or spacebar on a page, the addon sends the page to my Kindle regardless of what hotkeys are setup for the addon. Needless to say, I've got all sorts of unwanted documents on my Kindle now because of this.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (188.8.131.52).
Either RescueTime is terribly inefficient or something is wrong. The RescueTime "Productivity Meter" has supposedly been gathering data for about a week now with no success. Not very productive... Using the latest version of Firefox and latest version of the addon.
The fact that the developer hasn't so much as taken a few minutes to post an update to the description explaining the problems leaves me to conclude that either the project has been abandoned or the developer simply doesn't care about those of us who have been using the app before it stopped working. In either case, it's time to move on.
I used to love this tool, but I can't believe it hasn't been updated for Firefox 4. Not sure if this is due to poor planning (there's been plenty of time to prepare for FF4) or if WeatherBug has simply abandoned the tool. Either way, it's time to find a new weather tool.
It doesn't appear this was actually tested for Firefox 4. I'm unable to change cookie permissions for sites using the statusbar icon, which is the feature that makes this add-on valuable. After upgrading to Firefox 4, hovering over the icon now results in a small white square that does nothing for me.
After upgrading to 2.1.102 I've been unable to use arrow keys to navigate web pages, spacebar to page up/down, or even use ctrl+c (copy), ctrl+x (cut), and ctrl+v (paste).
Looking at all of the other complaints I have to ask the obvious question: Did anyone test this "upgrade" before unleashing it on the world?
I love what Xmarks does, but it really slows the browser when syncing backups -- which seems very often.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.1.0).