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5/05/21 11:50PM
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Uhm, if you are going to quote something, you should quote the entire relevant phrase Read more

3/22/21 12:34PM
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Now for feature improvement requests. On top of what you said about resizing the sidebar, I would love to be able to control on which side of the window the vertical tabs reside. For me, I would much prefer on the right side.

3/20/20 10:45PM
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I was so excited to see Planner on your list because I’ve heard good things about it. Alas, it is not available as a free web-based app. I’m a O365 home subscriber and can’t access it either.

6/04/12 9:49AM
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It's at the bottom of the Posts tab "Fix "Social News" links to open directly to the story URL".

6/01/12 2:16PM
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And yet another reason to get Social Fixer for Facebook. A new addition to the ever growing feature set is fixing links to Social News apps to go directly to the news story (or video), bypassing the app request.

4/25/12 7:07PM
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I hear you. I just checked my SkyDrive and I had 7GB of 7GB free. Now, I have 25GB of 25GB free! Hey, you never know!

4/24/12 1:25PM
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I was just thinking the same thing. If someone could come up with an app that could "weave" them together, that would be golden. I'm thinking it could be like a raid 0 configuration. It could conceivably only be done with those that have local clients, but it could still be VERY useful.

3/14/12 10:37AM
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Some of the features use 3rd party cookies, therefore they have to be enabled. However, if they are not enabled, the only thing that happens is that the features that depend on them simply do not work or show an error message. Read more

3/13/12 2:28PM
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The only time Social Fixer uses CPU cycles is when there are new posts on your feed. I have my FB open in my browser all day and I've never had an issue with CPU hogging. Read more

3/13/12 2:20PM
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The good thing about Social Fixer is it offers options. And, if there is still something you would like to do with custom CSS, you still can. SFX offers you a place to put in your custom CSS or, if you prefer, you can link to an external stylesheet.

3/13/12 2:17PM
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You really should check it out. Social Fixer also allows for custom CSS!

2/17/12 8:53AM
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Actually, I've noticed an increase in the Captcha's lately. Who know's what that's all about.

2/17/12 8:49AM
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I've gotten so used to SFX that when I'm not on Facebook, I hover my cursor over a picture waiting for the larger version to load up in the top-right corner! LOL

2/17/12 8:34AM
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Of course he could have, but then no one would know about his blog. A little shameless, yes, but understandable.

2/16/12 8:53PM
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I agree with Matt. Also, all you're doing is delaying the inevitable.