SuperUser 2 years ago in EverSync - Chrome 0
Chrome supports bookmarks whose URIs are not URI-encoded, such as "javascript:" and "data:" (e.g. "javascript:alert('hello');"). Firefox automatically encodes them when adding a new bookmark.

EverSync loses the URI and replaces it with "incorrecturl". It can also overwrite working bookmarks. I'm sure most of your users have never experianced it but for programmers this is EXTREMLY annoying. It also affects non-technical users that use such bookmarks to open the current page in Google Translate or compares an Amazon products to similer results in eBay.
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Dan Tharp 2 years ago in EverSync - Chrome • updated by nimbusweb 2 years ago 1
Installed FVD Speed Dial and Eversync to synce dial settings (not bookmarks....I have another extension that does that) and it appears that on the first PC they upload fine.
However, when everything is setup on another PC and I go to download the dial settings, ONLY the bookmark is an option to download.
Also, when in dial and I click the sync icon, dial doesn't seem to recognize that Eversync is installed.
Likewise, when I click the Eversync icon on the chrome toolbar, Eversync doesn't seem to recognize that dial is installed.
It's like the two apps aren't talking to each other (on the second PC only).
I verified logins and accounts and uninstalled and re-installed, but no change.
Under review
Laura Aporado 2 years ago in EverSync - Chrome • updated by nimbusweb 1 year ago 2
Works flawlessly on Firefox, but the sync just seems to go on forever on Chrome with no results! Why isn't this fixed?!
Yeison Osorio 3 years ago in EverSync - Chrome 0
The backup extension has not been backing up for some time now.