- Оценено на 2 из 5от Gtbs, 2 года назадSame as previous review: I could use this if searches were persistent across pages, like the original search function (ctrl-f) works. It's of no use if you have to re-enter 4+ keywords at every page load!
- Оценено на 2 из 5от Robin Moussu, 3 года назадIt looks really good on paper, but it's unusable in practice. I have the same issue than another user (I don't know how I could have responded on the same thread).
As soon as you start scrolling, the text of the page moves (expected), but the highlight don't (not expected, like a fixed background image).
Ответ разработчикаопубликовано 3 года назадHi. If possible, could you please give me more details on this problem: website, browser version, and sequence of actions? (through email or github, maybe)
Otherwise, I wouldn't even be able to see this issue. Because it always works as expected with the newest version and on websites that I use this extension for.
- Оценено на 2 из 5от Пользователь Firefox 14687941, 3 года назадIs a good idea but on scroll all marks stay floating all arround.
Ответ разработчикаопубликовано 3 года назадHi. I don't exactly see how this can be a problem the way you described it.
If you don't need a particular group of highlightings anymore, you should click the cross button at the upper-right corner of the extension window to remove them.
- Оценено на 2 из 5от Пользователь Firefox 14621531, 4 года назадI'm trying to make it work but it doesn't even highlight one keyword (maybe idon't understand how it works, the developer has a poor example screenshot)
(In response to the developer whom i thank for the reply)
Pressing the find button doesn't work (i obviously did that)
(My version is firefox56)
Ответ разработчикаопубликовано 4 года назадHi, to find and highlight strings on the page you need to click the 'Find' button.
I use this extension myself almost every day and it definitely works in such a simple case.
I tried to check what could be wrong between firefox56 and my extension. And it seems firefox56 just doesn't support text searching on a page at least in a form as current browsers do.
As I can see 56 version was issued 1.5 years ago, and some things must have changed in such a timespan.