Respuesta del desarrolladorpublicado el hace 10 meses
Version 2 was created because Firefox changed the extension API to webextensions. This also caused some limitations. To claim, that EPUBReader is unusuable since then seems to me exaggerated, as you still can read epub files in Firefox.
- por Usuario de Firefox 15233239, el hace un mesSe valoró con 5 de 5This add-on is a little bit wonky. It allows you to adjust font qualities, mostly; you can set up a dark mode, mostly; it remembers where you were in a EPUB, only if you set a bookmark. Nor does it have a library setting, convenient if you keep your ebooks in one place. Also, if you switch full-screen mode on or off, you will see that the reader does not adjust accordingly.
But it does read EPUBs at least as well as another wonky reader (Nook), so I am happy to cut it some slack and grant it five stars.
- por Kittybriton, el hace 2 mesesSe valoró con 5 de 5My initial frustration was relieved when I learned (RTFM) that there is a toolbar button to open locally stored epubs, making my reading MUCH easier and more enjoyable. Five star rating gladly granted.
- por <3, el hace 5 mesesSe valoró con 4 de 5I think it's a really neat addon! However, whenever I do want to download an EPUB (which isnt too often) I don't have the choice to choose to download it. Also, sometimes it just doesn't load what I'm trying to read.
- por Usuario de Firefox 16814112, el hace 8 mesesSe valoró con 4 de 5It's a nice extension that i would recommend. However, when i open a web adress that ends with .epub, the extension will intercept and try to open it (with error, of course).
Is there a way to temporarily disable this interception?