|Allen||02/08/2005 03:33 pm|
|Please add support for FireFox Oleg, another program that is similiar is "ContentSaver" and it also lacks FireFox support...with FireFox support I will buy immediately but without its sort of a hassle to keep it minimized to my taskbar and have to copy and paste URL`s.
**Many people have converted to FireFox for obvious reasons, I would rather not use Internet Explorer unless I absolutely have too
|Oleg Chernavin||02/09/2005 02:56 am|
|Yes, we will add FireFox support very soon. At first it will be the possibility to right-click a page in FireFox and tell it to "Save page in MetaProducts Inquiry". Would it be enough for you?
|BasilC||02/10/2005 07:10 pm|
|Support for Opera would be nice too, and NetCaptor. And a bit more flexibility with the toolbars would be good. Otherwise, I`m most impressed.|
|Dave Donaldson||02/11/2005 12:12 am|
|Just tried the Foxfire extension. Works nice. So far I like the product. Very simple.|
|Oleg Chernavin||02/11/2005 02:17 am|
Other browsers are also in our plans.
|Colin||03/29/2005 07:42 am|
|Right clicking is a help, but not the whole answer. The other problem with Firefox integration is that it is not possible to save just a section of a page as with Explorer. This can be done with Onfolio, if you can configure Firefox then I also will buy a license.|
|Oleg Chernavin||03/29/2005 08:23 am|
|We plan to implement better integration with FireFox in 1.2 version this Summer.
|BasilC||03/29/2005 06:14 pm|
|> We plan to implement better integration with FireFox in 1.2 version this Summer.
How far behind will integration with Opera be? All the talk is about FireFox, but Opera has many strengths.
|Oleg Chernavin||03/30/2005 03:26 am|
|We will work with Opera but at this time I cannot tell if it fully supports creating your own sidebars, like MS IE or FireFox.