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Works for me in Firefox 8.0 Rated 5 out of 5 stars
To keep this working after browser updates, you can also use add-on "Compatibility Reporter" by Mozilla. With this, "incompatible" add-ons won't be disabled automatically, and you'll even find under Tools/Add-ons an opportunity to flag whether a particular add-on still works for you - for others to know! Otherwise you can disable it by hand (as always).This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.6.3).
to not be misunderstood ... Rated 4 out of 5 stars
To explain my last comment: No, I'm not a mass spammer - I was collecting e-mail-addresses from our internal corporate pages, and used this as an example only ;-)
By the way, the result go right into the clipboard - or else you could provide a button for that.
Useful Rated 4 out of 5 stars
This is useful!
- add an input field for a *separator string* that would separate all matches in the result window instead of the numbers ,  etc. That's because I want to copy/paste the result to a text editor and do something with it! (Right now I need to cut off your line numbers by hand). Example: I would like to have a ; to separate all e-mail addresses that I have found on a web page.
- A history of RegExp that is persistent across the sessions (like a drop down menu for the input field). Leave the last RegExp as default for next start up.
- in ALT-R mode: use visible text from current browser tab, if content field is empty. (Right now you need to copy/paste it by hand to the content field)
But many thanks for what you did so far anyway!