- Noté 4 sur 5Pardon, can this addon work with the whole URL provided? For example, I am specifying a certain Google spreadsheet in Containerise settings, with the whole document ID, but the expected result does not seem to appear, that spreadsheet is still being opened in the default container.
- Noté 4 sur 5multi-account containers is too limited for me.
This add-on is getting there but needs regex support so that I can direct www.google.(co.uk|com) and others to a "tracking" container and console.cloud.google.com to a "company" container (because they use two different google accounts).
Other people have mentioned wildcards, but that's going to be difficult to code effectively - regex will be a better option.
To dev: "cookie autodelete" addon makes a great working model of how to demonstrate regex and wildcards effectively to the uninitiated.
- Noté 5 sur 5Essenial addon for using containers. Sadly, stopped working properly in latest Nightly versions, tab reopens in some kind of loop.
- Noté 5 sur 5Thank you. The only one that works for me.
- Noté 5 sur 5Good job!
- Noté 5 sur 5Simple and functional, love it!
* autofill with current URL when adding a new rule
* move save button below rules fields
- Noté 5 sur 5Excellent, could use some work on the design side, but it functions perfectly.
- Noté 3 sur 5The add-on seems very promising, but doesn't seem to work with Conex, I use intensively.
Can the 2 be made compatible ? or even merged, if I dare to suggest ?
They should be really complementary.
Have nice day!
- Noté 3 sur 5This is a great start - but it needs works:
- Sync my settings between Firefox installs.
- Set a default container
Otherwise it works really well.
- Noté 5 sur 5Just what I want.
A little problem, I'm not sure whether I can use wildcard or regex in the domain list, hope can add instructions about it.
Feature Request: hope can add a option, let opening new tab without container for unmatched domain, cause for my case it's almost unnecessary, though maybe the default behavior is useful for somebody.
- Noté 5 sur 5Great use! But as someone suggested, I wish there is a default/fallback option where any website not matching any domain would be opened in a default container.
- Noté 4 sur 5love it, but i wish it would open all websites by default in containers or at least to have an option to toggle on this behavior.
- Noté 5 sur 5Very cool!
CSV import and wildcard support are killer features, which make it possible to create AdBlock-like public lists, so I've created some that I use myself (Google, Facebook, reddit, vk.com, Russian banks):
E.g. to place all sites into "No container" by default I use `tld.txt`, otherwise external links open in the same container you were in when clicking on the link, so for example if you have Google container (see `google.txt`), sites opened from search results page end up in Google container too, which is probably not what you want.
• Would be nice to have this "default container" feature integrated, maybe as an option like "By default open links in this container"). Created Github issue: https://github.com/kintesh/containerise/issues/10
• Would be nice to have uBlock/AdBlock-like list subscription and management to make containers more usable for non-tech mainstream users
• If community AdBlock-like managed domain lists become a thing, Containerise would need to manage very large lists, so performance is really something to keep in mind. I now have around 2000 domains in Containerise list without any problems, though.
• Support internationalized domain names. Created Github issue: https://github.com/kintesh/containerise/issues/10
Thanks for this awesome extension!
- Noté 4 sur 5Works well. This seems great if you're using containers as a way to keep certain websites and account info quarantined in a container where it can't be read by other sites. Support for containerising based on regex pattern matching might be a good advanced feature.