noretus

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Name noretus
User since October 22, 2011
Number of add-ons developed 0 add-ons
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My Reviews

HootBar

Well, it's simple. Rated 2 out of 5 stars

Kind of hard to give a review as this is hardly the most feature rich addon, but that's why I used to love TwitterBar. Actually, the added feature changing the old addon to this one is what annoys me. There is now an extra button in my Firefox that actually does bother me a lot, especially since I make absolutely no use of it.
I miss the old addon TwitterBar

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (4.0.1). 

Yoono: Twitter Facebook LinkedIn YouTube

Rated 3 out of 5 stars

Used this for Youtube, Twitter, AIM and GoogleTalk. I noticed that Youtube makes it extremely spammy, as you can't limit the notifications at all. This is particularly annoying if you have Firefox running on the background pretty much all the time and you play games in windowed mode. Really, there shouldn't be any kind of notifications at all if Firefox isn't the active window. Also for some reason insists on occasionally notifying about all the hundreds of past likes, favorites and reviews of people I'm not even following anymore. Seriously needs a feature to stop notifications from different users, without affecting the Youtube account. And I really don't want to be notified about likes and reviews of each and every damn user I'm following.
Same thing goes for Twitter really, I follow some people in there for courtesy and I seriously couldn't care less about them or their over 9000 tweets per day. Make it possible to ignore specific people entirely.
Also, I had a problem where Yoono kept posting an old tweet of mine over and over and over again at random times... over the course of few months. I didn't notice it right away but eventually realized the tweet was the same as my status in AIM/GoogleTalk ( I don't really use them, they're just there since I do have the accounts ). I tried to remove the text but couldn't, and even though I didn't have the settings to forward the status to Twitter, apparently Yoono felt it necessary to post it there randomly anyway.

It's a cool idea but doesn't have enough functions to make it an useable addon. If your life revolves around social network sites and such, and you never use computer for anything else, then maybe this is for you but I think it's more of a self-inflicted spambot.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (7.6.16).