Noté 4,4 sur 5
4,4 étoiles sur 5
- par Arcsnim, il y a un moisNoté 5 sur 5You can assign a container to specified website(Which multi account container still CAN'T). So your container changes when a website does not assigned it. To do that enable "Match domain only" and "Default container" option in addon's setting. You can use this rule "!sitedomain.*"(without quotation) assign any site to container. Example if we assign google's domain to google domain we should assign "!google.*" rule to Google container.
Bad thing is addon owner is not active well so it's not frequency updated. There is fork called "bifulushi" that updated frequently and has active development.
- par Yngwie, il y a 2 moisNoté 4 sur 5Awesome, this is the only addon which allows you to manually write domains, not open a lot of subdomens to add each one.
But 'temporary' containers are the strange feature, it's not completed for use.
- par cricketz, il y a 4 moisNoté 5 sur 5Great job with this extension. Deeply grateful for the lists provided in the comments below. I think I'd like to have a separate container for when you create a "new tab" that could be different than the "default container" which I've enabled in the options.
- par Utilisateur ou utilisatrice 14634477 de Firefox, il y a 5 moisNoté 3 sur 5need a documentation and examples. I don't understand how regex work. The "default" mus be setted and more generic: subdomains and tld, ex. you typically need catch amazon.com www.amazon.com amazon.co.uk etc.
- par Shajirr, il y a 9 moisNoté 4 sur 5Very useful addon, adding custom rules in text form is a million times better than whatever "Multi-Account Containers" is doing.
However, the "Basic mapping" rules added by this addon do not work, at all. Example: if you go to https://www.nexusmods.com/ site, then click + in addon settings, it will add an "www.nexusmods.com" rule. It doesn't do anything. If you then go to "www.nexusmods.com", it opens not in a container.
- par Alinivar, il y a 10 moisNoté 5 sur 5Don't know if the Dev reads the reviews but here's mine. I like this extension a lot, nothing wrong and keeps accounts for example YouTube in its own container, however I have multiple accounts on YouTube mostly for a fresh start away from my main one as its sub box is crowded. When I set YouTube for its container and open another container (I.E. Personal) I want to be able to have that container be exempt from the rule I set for the YouTube container so that it doesn't just change the container to the YouTube container I set.