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#1 Re: Epic Privacy Browser - Other Feature Requests & Ideas » Home page Speed Dial thing a ma Jig! » 2014-05-02 18:16:04

I think this idea is a good one and have wondered the same thing. Even more convenient would be a function/setting that enables me to specify the sites I want opened in separate tabs every time I open Epic. That's the way I have Chrome set up.

#2 Re: Epic Privacy Browser - Other Feature Requests & Ideas » enable export of html bookmarks file for backups » 2014-05-02 18:03:53

Hi again, ss. Did you install Xmarks? It will sync your bookmarks and provide an HTML file. Also, Last Pass is an excellent password keeper that I've used for a couple of years. It's convenient and secure. It will store all your pw, generate new ones for new sites, track changes and enables you to edit whenever and where ever you need.

Those 2 products are made by the same co. and work well together.

#3 Re: Epic Privacy Browser - Other Feature Requests & Ideas » open search results in a new tab » 2014-05-02 17:57:22

Hi ss. Do you click and hold the Back button? I see a list of all the previous pages I've been on when I do that. Maybe it will help you.

#4 Re: Epic Privacy Browser - Other Feature Requests & Ideas » Bring back extensions for the privacy risk-takers » 2014-05-02 17:55:25

I understand and support your primary privacy concern; it's the reason I'm trying out Epic. However I, like other users here, need to  balance security with functionality. Yes, you're doing a GREAT job ensuring security/privacy, but without certain very helpful tools, such as Ginger for spellcheck and AdBlock for getting rid of all the pesky ads, your browser's useability is substantially decreased.

That said, I'm very pleased that you've included LastPass and Xmarks -- they're the reason that I've switched to Epic full-time for a trial. Please add a spellchecker and ad blocker too.

As with any software product, users need functionality AND security.

Keep up the good work, and thank you for creating Epic!

alok wrote:

Hi Browserdude -- do you use Lastpass as well? 

The major problem with extensions is that they represent huge privacy risks -- even so-called privacy extensions often represent huge privacy risks like sending all your browsing through their servers.  So once we allow extensions carte blanche, we really throw the hope of privacy out the window!! 

We are considering allowing certain very secure and private extensions & lastpass may be one such extension -- I believe with LastPass and maybe their Xmarks as well, if you lose your key, then you lose your data?  I.e. they don't even sync data onto their servers -- it's very much local?   

Please keep sharing thoughts on this -- we know there will be a lot of opinions and requests here!

#5 Re: Epic Privacy Browser - Help & Troubleshooting » adblock issues » 2014-05-02 17:43:14

I just started using Epic full-time and I see ads on almost every page I visit -- pop-ups and on-page. I would LOVE to use my AdBlock extension! Wouldn't use of AdBlock solve your problems too? Then, you could concentrate on other issues. AdBlock, AdBlock, AdBlock!

#6 Epic Privacy Browser - Other Feature Requests & Ideas » Include Ginger for spellchecking » 2014-05-02 00:23:49

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Please, please incorporate Ginger ( as an extension/add-on for spellchecking. I'm a writer and Ginger is a real time saver and headache preventer for me. Thank you!

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