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|User since||August 7, 2012|
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I have a custom toolbar (View -> Toolbars -> Customize -> Add new toolbar). This addon hides it with no way that I could figure out to get it back, other than uninstalling ImTranslator. Using Firefox 26.0 on XP.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (7.7).
Not only does the add on not work, it breaks the entire Find function in Firefox, starting with version 25.0. Author has apparently stated he will not update the plugin.
Have been using since 2011!
Still loads with the latest Firefox 26.0, but does not retain Menu or Navigation Toolbar icon size when Firefox is restarted. The icon sizes will revert to whatever is set under "View" -> "Toolbars" -> "Customize", for the "Use Small Icons" check box.
***UPDATE*** - The below review was written without my realizing that the ability to right click individual toolbars and change icon size is **NOT** default Firefox behavior, but behavior that is added from an extension called "toolbarmode" by JSLover, which I installed quite some time ago and forgotten about. This extension has not been updated since 2011. So, the problem is due to that extension, not Classic Toolbar Buttons!
It would still be nice though to get the icon sizes per individual toolbar to retain when Firefox is restarted! :P
This is **almost** perfect.
I'm currently on Firefox 26.0.For the longest time, I have struggled with the annoyance that I cannot have different toolbars, where some toolbars have large icons and some toolbars have small icons. I have to go to "View" -> "Toolbars" -> "Customize", then either select or deselect the "Use Small Icons" toggle checkbox. That means, ***usually***, that **all** (or **most**) toolbars will always end up reverting to small or large icons based on that checkbox, regardless if I right click a specific toolbar, select "Style/Icons" -> "Icons" -> "Small" or "Large".
For example, to reproduce this sort of thing, go to "View" -> "Toolbars" -> "Customize", then select the "Use Small Icons" toggle checkbox. Now right click any button on the navigation toolbar, select "Style/Icons" -> "Icons" -> "Large". You should now have large button icons on the navigation bar. Close Firefox, and restart it. You will see that the navigation toolbar has reverted back to small button icons.I was hoping that Classic Toolbar Buttons would solve this, but it hasn't!
Please, these have always been the buttons I use for Firefox, every time I update Mozilla disables the plugin because it says it is not compatible. It was awesome when I found this because it worked in Firefox 24, now when I update to 26 it doesn't work again and there's no replacement available. I would make one myself if I knew how.
Can't believe there is so much problems with just a "skin" type plugin, what a major pain in the 4ss.
After YouTube made changes which make 1080p saving impossible using the older conventional add-ons, a whole bunch of fake (and not free) programs started to be advertised which claim full 1080p support. But, they only download the 720p stream, and upconvert it. Many people fall for those and pay for them to get 1080p support back. They may get a 1080p file, but it's simply upscaled from the 720p YouTube download. It's not the actual 1080p YouTube stream.
Complete YouTube saver is free and works... it downloads the actual 1080p stream. As far as I know, the streams are unencrypted, they are just separate video and audio streams now, which is why older add-ons no longer work. Complete YouTube saver automatically downloads both streams and muxes them using FFmpeg. Don't worry, there's nothing complex or anything involved... FFmpeg is a simple executable, and Complete YouTube saver runs it automatically in the background. You don't have to specify anything other than you want to download and save the 1080p stream, and you will get a .mp4 h264 file with video and audio automatically. There is no upconverting, and muxing is not memory or processing intense; it should work just fine even on an old PIII.
When YouTube starts to encrypt the streams (RTMPE), which I suspect they will some day, then we're in a whole new boat of screwed.
One request to the developer... many older people want to print with bigger fonts on sites that use small fonts. It would be super nice if you could please change the maximum size for "Font Size" in the Format dialog to at least 16 instead of 12.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (8.6).
AWESOME, but **ONE** problem: it does not work in the menu bar (File, Edit, View...). If you drag icons there and set icons to "small," they will revert to "large" when Firefox 14.0.1 is restarted.
**But**, it would be REALLY nice to have the menu bar and tool bar use the OS color, so that it has the icons, but not the blue gradient background.
**Please** consider an alternate version of this theme with OS toolbar and menubar background! :)