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|User since||May 4, 2008|
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Does the job well. This is apparently the best contact extension for gmail.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.7).
I had to download the .xpi provided in a user review (Mint's, from Sep 15, 2012). The link from firefox doesn't work (login failure) and caused me to waste a lot of time trying to define a new profile.
In the past I've had opportunity to use an older version; and I basically liked the way it worked, even if I had to update the .xpi manually to make it accept recent versions of FF.
So there's a recurrent distrib problem with this app.
And I've now had opportunity to see that the latest version doesn't properly handle Google multiple accounts (logging in to one account sometimes kicks me out of another). So I'm going to install Gmail Watcher instead. It doesn't do automatic logging; but does well what it claims to do.
The integration with the "Add Search Engine" feature places it a notch above similar add-ons.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.19.1-signed). This user has a previous review of this add-on.
Works great with Firefox 3.6. I had been using tabs open relative until 3.6; and all add-ons that open new tabs started to open them on the far right in 3.6 until I installed Tab Utilities.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.9.9.2).
This add-on is the natural complement to Firefox's search shortcuts. I have found it invaluable and the most usable right-click search add-on out there.
I have a single item on my wish list: the possibility of opening tabs in the background.
I personally prefer Tabs Open Relative, which has a more intuitive behavior and no interference with existing functionality.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.4).
Just the behavior you would expect, with no interference with existing functionality.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.3.1).
It's a bit of a heavyweight solution. Requires you to register on a site and will save your annotations on their server. There's no option for saving locally.
If what you need is to keep track of your thoughts as you're reading a page, the best solution is to save the html and edit it using Word or any html editor.