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I had been using an old version of Firefox for years, so I could use the old ReloadEvery version 0.6, which was awesome. When a link on a refreshing page was clicked, it stopped the newly loaded page from refreshing any longer. This is exactly what I need. Then in the next version, this "bug" was fixed!
I finally gave in a few months ago and downloaded the latest Firefox version, and the latest ReloadEvery 3.0.0, as too many items on Web pages weren't loading anymore... However the new version isn't very useful to me... as the new page continues to refresh until I manually stop it...
It would be really useful to include an option in the next ReloadEvery update (which is hopefully released soon!), that allows the user to choose if they want it to 'stop refreshing if a different Web page is loaded'. Or perhaps 'on-click'? A keyboard shortcut to stop the reload would also be useful (or possibly as an alternative). Or even create a different version of ReloadEvery that does stop automatically?