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This was asked two years ago, no comment from devs. Sad.

Just use Everhelper and save to the cloud. I do this to sync dials in Opera, Firefox, and Chrome.

Thank you for the quick work fixing it.
Thank you for Ver 7.3.2. The Manual Preview works as it should on all my dials, except... it doesn't work for the YouTube main URL.
[EDIT: I played more. The camera icon does show up if you resize the browser window to very narrow, makes it workable.]
I just tried it on a laptop running Win 8.1. I uninstalled Chrome, deleting browsing data when asked. I then re-installed Chrome from a fresh download from their site. I started Chrome and logged into my google account to let it restore my extensions. Rather than restoring via Eversync, I made a brand new dial. I set that dial to Manual Preview, 'clicked to make preview' and it did the same thing, went to the site for a couple seconds, no camera icon or selection box, then went back to the dial with a full snapshot of the page as the preview.
I've been on Windows 10 since it came out for testing last October. It's worked fine until now. I'd be happy to help find the problem if you have suggestions to try or something for me to look into.
It's any speed dial, any URL. I suspect it's something do do with javascript not running or something. It broke suddenly after doing install work on the OS. Right now it's failing with a fresh Windows install, new Chrome, and FVD Eversync restored dials.

What does function/capability the Manual Preview depend upon to be available to operate? I've disabled all other extensions except FVD speed dial, thinking it may be an interaction, no help.
This was asked for two years ago. Is anyone alive in FVD land?
It's been a year since this was requested.  I have not seen any changes to the product from this feedback site, nor have I seen any comment on any request by anyone from FVD Media Inc.  Is anyone out there?
Open Settings, then go to the blue Sync icon, then the Backup Tab.  You can export the present setup to a file, then restore it to another system of Windows install.

You could also just buy into their big deal cloud sync system, but I like the simple approach above.