av Gomdolius, för 2 år sedan
Betygsatt 2 av 5
Yes this addon does what it claims to do, but remember to have all actions screenshoted. I took a backup last month and now reinstalled Firefox, then tried to restore it. I know the backup was valid because I tried restoring with that backup file right after creating it (and it was successful). Guess what I got today? It says the backup is not valid. The backup format is not consistent across versions, and is without backward compatibility.
Utvecklarens svarpostad för 2 år sedan
This is only partly true. It happens whenever Gesturefy has a major change in it's version number (version 1 to version 2 or version 3), which happened 2 times in total in an interval of about one and a half year each. I'd say that this is nothing uncommon for software. You were probably just unlucky and did your last backup shortly before the 3.0 release.
- av ScienceDiscoverer, för 7 dagar sedanBetygsatt 5 av 5This addon blew my mind! How is this not part of native browser user interface? Imagine it beeing implemented in C++? How much faster would it be? How is this not part of major OS' interface also? This must be implemented EVERYWHERE! Not just in browsers! One downside of Gesturefy is that it's bookmarking capabilities are super limited (only adds bookmark to default "other bookmarks" folder, can't change this). I made special extension just to fix this! It listens to messages sent by Gersturefy and adds bookmark in the specific folder, at top of all other bookmarks! I plan to add rotary menu for even easier time, so stay tuned!
Utvecklarens svarpostad för 7 dagar sedanReviews like this really bring me joy. Thank you!
In theory Gesturefy could provide a command for bookmarking a website to a specific folder using the Popup list. However it would have the limitation that the popup list doesn't supported nested popups, so root folders and all nested bookmark folders would need to be shown all at once. If you are interested in this, or maybe you even want to contribute via a pull request, just create an issue on Github :)