Puntuado con 4 de 5 estrellas

After upgrading to FF3.6, I had the "unresponsive script" problem described some posts bellow. The solution worked, but I discovered it quite late, so there occurred 6 or 7 failed attempts at making the addon work. The setting of FEBE for the number of old backups to keep was 3. So, what happened, was that I lost all older backups. On top of it, FEBE apparently uses a deletion procedure which by-passes the recycle bin and which makes the files unrecoverable. Apparently, this is a modality of deletion which dates back to the birth of Windows NT OS, as per the description which I found in a Wayback Machine of the old Rusinovich's Sysinternals forum: "Only files deleted from the Explorer GUI end up being placed there [recycle bin]. Any files zapped from a command window or from within a program are lost forever.".
Therefore, I politely ask the author to either 1. make FEBE sufficiently smart such as to be able to make the difference between a "backup" as a completed process, as opposed to a failed attempt at a backup; or 2. to send the deleted files to the recycle bin, as is the rule with modern Windows OSs. I tried without success 5 or 6 file undelete/recovery programs, including Sysinternal's own FileRestore, until I found the explanation above, which kind of closed the problem. At any rate, thank you for the useful tool, and congratulations for it.

Esta valoración es de una versión anterior del complemento (6.3.2).