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byislatur, September 23, 2008
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
This is by far one of the best well written, easy to use component i have used since i started using joomla.

Lets say you have something you would like to link in your content, but dont want to go changing each item one by one.
this this puppy you just add the rule and it almost magically does the changing for you in your whole website!

i'm looking forward to use more apps from this guy. oh by the way the support is very good, the guy answers right away.
Owner's reply

Thank you, islatur, for pointing out a bug in version 2.0.5 (replacements not working correctly in area 'articles'. That's fixed now.

byislatur, August 11, 2008
Popin Window
I really like this plugin.
it is very easy to install and set up.
The forums are there, but with 1 or 2 topics are next to useless.
I do admit the author responds to all comments right away.
I would live to see a trasnparency on the background of the popin.
besides that is very cutomizable.

Something this extension misses is that You cannot embed modules in it.
but overall works like a charm.
Owner's reply

The forums are a very recent addition to the site (August 2008), hopefully people will start asking their question and more answers will be available.

byislatur, August 11, 2008
Akeeba Backup
amazing that with a file with less than 300kb you get such a powerful component.
This is something that was needed in Joomla and joomlapack hits the spot.
it is also well documented, i give it the 2 thumbs up!
that's it.
do not expect anything fancy.
In the out of the box version you can only add 3 markers. the tooltip reads something like "Contact author to add more tooltips"
You wont find a demo, screenshots or documentation on the author's website.
byislatur, March 15, 2007
Great, the Beta version might sound scary, but is actually very solid.
This is a great plugin, thumbs up to the developer(s).
I'd love to see more community support and more add-ons for it.
Remember that if you unistall and install again, you have to pick the WYSIWYG editor on the site configuration again. i lost about 1 hour of my life figuring that out.