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|User since||April 20, 2007|
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Should be in Firefox core.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.9.6.4).
Works a-okay for meThis review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.19).
It's a fantastic concept- 'clip' items of interest and intrigue from around the web- either for reference or for sharing ala stumble etc.
However, the 'back-end' bit- the Clipmarks pages for reviewing your clips, managing, sorting, sifting are just bloated and awful.
Overladen with useless features, it's too hard to get to what you want to do- for example the button's drop down menu doesn't have the brain numbingly obvious 'see my clips' button.
I know that _somewhere_ in the internet there is a nice simple list of the items I've clipped and tagged from web pages- but I'll be damned if I can find it.
It needs a lot of slimming down and scrapping of extra useless 'features' before this is anything but time wasting.
There's always more functionality hidden, waiting to be discovered- try adding console.log to scripts whilst debugging to track variables and objects.
Unbeatable development tool.
This should be built into firefox.
Only minor annoyance is the bar jumping into the currently active window- even when it's a pop-up.
But this extension is ACE!
Don't know if this is colliding with another plugin, but entering text and pressing enters causes firefox to hang.
Nice work, but needs a snappy machine to make Gmail bearable (my work PC takes 5 seconds between showing gmail and applying GTD)- and the gimmicky timer thing- what's that about? And how do I turn it off?This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.33).
I'm not sure what this extension does, because whatever it is, it doesn't seem to work.
I get buggy alert messages, I try to create a new 'Project' (whatever that might be) and the dialogue freezes.
I thought extensions were reviewed before being put on Mozilla's site - or even vaguely tested- but evidently not.