The one thing that I have found which I strongly prefered in dd-wrt over Tomato was the fact that I could use iMacros (a free plugin for Firefox) to "record" my configuration (the first time entered), after which, you could "replay" the recorded macros to reset the configuration (eg. after each flash, clear NVRAM, run the iMacro, and within minutes you would have the exact same setup as before, with the safety of NVRAM clear).
Having just come back to Tomato, I recorded my entries the first time around. I just flashed to the latest git build, and after performing an NVRAM reset, found that iMacros does not work…
For example, it gets stuck on the "Basic" page's password entry for pppoe.
I assume this has something to do with the way Tomato renders its pages… Is there anything that can be done to allow for iMacros to be used?
This would make life easier to the users, while at the same time save headache for the devs / forum dwellers telling users to reset NVRAM to people who were too lazy to do so because they would have to manually reenter all the settings/info.
Thanks in advance.
FYI, iMacros can be found here: http://www.iopus.com/imacros/firefox