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  • Geht in die Perfektion über! Die neue Version gefällt mir sehr gut! Was man noch besser machen kann, wäre wenn alle lange URL anzeigen, die mit moz-extension beginnen entfernt werden, so das man schnell auf die URL schreiben kann.
    Hello,

    You have probably the same problem as the user below.
    Make sure your homepage URL ends with "/dial.html". If the URL matches the add-on URL exactly, it should be automatically cleared (empty). You can get the correct URL from the Options page / first tab / first line.

    If this didn't help, please let me know to my support e-mail.

    Best regards,
    Juraj Mäsiar
  • When group dial is set as homepage, a lengthy url beginning with moz-extension is shown on homepage. This is a little bit annoying. This issue was not there when 'override home page' option was present.
    Hello,
    That option was there due to Firefox bug that got resolved in the meantime. So I removed it.
    However this should not affect the URL (I mean, it can, but you should be able to fix it easily).

    Just make sure your homepage URL ends with "/dial.html". If the URL matches the add-on URL exactly, it should be automatically cleared. You can get the correct URL from the Options page / first tab / first line.

    If this didn't help, please let me know to my support e-mail.

    Best regards,
    Juraj Mäsiar
  • Великолепное дополнение от отзывчивого разработчика. Лучший менеджер панели быстрого доступа из испытанных на Firefox.
  • Addition organizes a powerful memory leak in FF57 && Win7-64 if you specify in the settings 'open a page with dials when you start FF'. In just a couple of minutes, almost 5 GB of RAM was occupied by FF. After disabling the add-on, the leak disappeared, after manipulating the settings I found an option in which the memory leak does not manifest.

    PS: The test was carried out with a clean installation of FF.
    Hello,

    Could you contact me to my support e-mail with more details? What version of my add-on are you using and could you describe the exact steps you made?
    So far nobody else reported memory leak. Also it's really hard to imagine there could be any.

    However I would like to point out that you are using unsupported Firefox version including old version of my add-on. Please upgrade to Firefox 60 ESR or current version 67, then you should be able to upgrade also my add-on to the latest version 13.7. This could help as well.

    Best regards,
    Juraj Mäsiar
  • Amazing first impression, however please consider adding shared groups like workona.com what I mean is that we need to share specific groups only, with other people! And in case I made a change, their tap group should update automatically. This is actually important for me. Thanks Juraj Mäsiar!!
    Hello,
    I'm working on groups sharing feature right now. It should be part of the next release 14.0, probably in next few weeks (it's not an easy thing to do, especially for single developer). Also it will be paid feature as I'm running out of money and donations won't even cover my running costs.

    Part of the the Pro version will be also real-time synchronization so your changes will be applied to all your devices and shared users instantly.
    All existing features will stay free.

    Best regards,
    Juraj Mäsiar
  • Thanks,Goood and Nice
  • recently i keep losing allmy dials everytime i restart my pc.
    Hello,

    You are not alone. Firefox has some issues recently and users are loosing all add-ons data, not just in my add-on. See for example this bug: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1530660

    But there is way to recover it even if you don't have backups. Firefox in version 66 migrated all add-ons data to a new storage and during this process they created a backup file - "storage.js.migrated".
    You can use this file to restore your data, see this article:
    https://blog.mozilla.org/addons/2018/08/03/new-backend-for-storage-local-api/
    After you located the file, you can actually directly import that file into my speed dial - just rename it to "xxx.group_speed_dial" and then import.

    And lastly, maybe you Firefox just switched profiles. You see, Firefox 67 started to use separate profile for each installation - this is a good thing to prevent some serious issues, however for some users this actually caused "data loss" because their Firefox was suddenly using a new profile. But all you need to do is switch to a correct profile. See this article for more info:
    https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/software/firefox-67-switching-to-empty-profiles-causing-data-loss-fears/

    Best regards,
    Juraj Mäsiar