Add extra features and styles to make SeaMonkey your own.Close
|User since||March 19, 2014|
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The issue was resolved by reinstalling the addon.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (220.127.116.11-signed). This user has a previous review of this add-on.
Ive been using ghostery for a while now and I appreciate it's lightweightness a lot, I used to run ABP but the thing took down the entire browser, Ghostery however does not and blocks most of the annoying ads.
Ok so what punches a whole in what could have been a 5/5 star rating is the fact that I turned off the blocking to see what kind of effect it had for a certain site and since then the addon has been broken in such a way I cannot activate the blocking again.
Basically I was using 5.2.1 and told ghostery to temporarily stop blocking but then when I was trying to turn it back in the icon completely ignores me when im clicking it, it just bounces up and down without anything happening and the options arent available in the html-setup to turn it back on.
Ive since then updated the addon to the latest which is as of this time: 5.3.1 which had no effect on this bug.
The only thing that ive done different to my Firefox setup that differs from standard ones is that I'm blocking all popups, ie ive done the about:config and removed the default allow popup calls- however if this would have been the reason for breaking it then it wouldn't have shown me the popup to turn blocking off in the first place, right?
I'm also using Stylish but I see little reason for this to be the cause of the problem.
Gonna reinstall the addon and try remove the default config and hope it solves it.
I used to write custom.css's for Opera till they gave up on their Presto Engine so unwilling to use anything Chrome-related I bounced back to Firefox but converting to and meddling with the userContent.css was very impractical...
At first I was looking at greasemonkey but not knowing the differences between this and tampermonkey for chrome made me turn my back on it, basically I wanted to write themes/styles supporting all if not most browsers and at ease.
Into my life came Stylish.
So far it had/has all that I need and all my old .css could easily be transfered into this smart addon and I love it.
There's two things I kind of wished it had though:
1) A proper option to easily import/export styles.
2) If selected, have the plugin recognize the user and allow him to directly push updates to userstyles.org via the addon rather than c/p-ing.
To that guy complaining and downvoting this addon: dont install addons via google.