I recently moved from Chrome to Firefox and as well from using the Chrome passwordmaker add-on to the Firefox one using the export and import functions.
First feature request:
There appears to be a feature of the Chrome version that is not present in FF. In Chrome, you can specify the URL components for each "profile" (compare with "accounts" in the FF extension), however in FF you can only change this for the "Defaults" account. It would be great to be able to change this for each account.
Second feature request:
I think this may be more of a bug report than a feature request, however I have various accounts set up, but only the "Defaults" one actually uses any of the above URL components. All the other ones actually use an empty string by default for calculating the hashes (i.e. when pushing the CoolKey button or when clicking through the account list). If I use the "Defaults" account, it correctly populates the URL components as desired and uses that as the "Using Text" portion, but all of the other accounts just use an empty string as the "Using Text" unless explicitly specified in the "Use the following text to calculate the generated hashes". The only workaround to this is to have a separate account for each separate domain to use and manually fill in the "Using Text" you want to use for each one. However, it would be much easier to simply add a regex for another domain.
Third feature request:
In the global settings under "action to take when CoolKey is activated", it would be nice to include an option to enable/disable filling in the username. It's rather annoying to click on the key and have every single non-password field in the form populated with the username.
Thanks for making such a great extension. Hopefully this helps.