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- por Usuario de Firefox 13546000, el hace 3 añosSe valoró con 3 de 5I use Firefox Quantum 57.0 (64-bit) and when I save a header they get lost after opening a new tab or new session.
- por Usuario de Firefox 13543977, el hace 3 añosSe valoró con 4 de 5怎么退回到原来的版本？现在这个版本不仅让原来保存的request全没了，而且使用中收不到response的message，没法正常使用了——谢谢，退回了
- por Usuario de Firefox 13543305, el hace 3 añosSe valoró con 1 de 5I've been a loyal user of this add-on for a few years and have been fairly happy with it, despite some weird quirks in the UI. However, this latest update is absolutely pathetic. I lost all my saved custom headers in the transition, and in fact even after adding them back and then later restarting firefox, I lost them again.The old version of RESTClient uses SQLite to store all your requests and custom headers. However the new Firefox only supports Web Extension which has no access to SQLIte database anymore. I cannot find a way to transfer old data from RESTClient 2 to RESTClient 3. You can export your requests from RESTClient2 then import to version 3. But you have to transfer custom headers manually, really sorry about that.
Could you provide more details about the problem of losing custom headers in version 3? For example, what's your Firefox version? Are you using mac or windows? I'll try to fix it in the next version.
- por Peter, el hace 3 añosSe valoró con 2 de 5I don't known that this would be a feature or a bug, but I can not paste into the URL field when I want to build the url by hand.
When I paste a part of an URL into the field, the filed getting overwritten. This is very annoying when I have to cut only a part of the URL, and I build the URL by hand.