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Discussion and bug reporting for the Text Input Recovery Extension

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Postby ron » Sat Feb 24, 2018 3:49 pm

Let me start by saying i am not all that savvy, when it comes to computers. That being said, I hope you will understand what I am about to ask.
My job requires me to up load reports, on a certain website, several times a day, using the same form.
I have been looking for something to recover the forms, when necessary, and to also save them for future reference.
Lazurus was ok, for quick recovery, but, it would only retain the information for about 8 or 10 forms and then they would be lost forever.
TIRE, seems to be what I have been hoping for, however, there are a couple small things I do not understand.
1. When I get to the form, fill it out and save it, it saves it as "Untitled", on the pages tab. Is there an easy way to change the title to something more recognizable; like a report name or number?
2. Is there any way possible to save each individual form into, say, a desk top folder, for easy access?
Regardless, if these two things are not possible, I will continue to use this extension.I has already saved me from having to re-type two very long reports this week.
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Re: new user

Postby cbaker_admin » Sun Feb 25, 2018 1:51 pm

1. When I get to the form, fill it out and save it, it saves it as "Untitled", on the pages tab. Is there an easy way to change the title to something more recognizable; like a report name or number?

No, but that is a good idea. Currently, the data is saved as the title of the page the data was entered. If the page has no title (as seen in the tab header), it defaults to "Untitled". I'll consider adding that functionality in a future release.

2. Is there any way possible to save each individual form into, say, a desk top folder, for easy access?

No, at least not from TIRE. But if the information you are wanting to save is re-used in many different forms, you might find my Paste Email Plus for Chrome extension useful. With it you can select (highlight) text from a page and store it. Then the text can be pasted into other forms.
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