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|User since||November 20, 2009|
|Number of add-ons developed||194 themes|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Rated 5 out of 5 stars|
Where appropriate my themes have a link to a user style
which can be used to "Enhance Australis Visibility".
It supplements "Classic Theme Restorer" by Aris; CTR
will be used for the large icon option and to color the tabs.
I use the default tabs on top, but not happily.
The user style is primarily to enlarge text, add icon boxes
and box shadows, and to modify the "fog" Australis uses
on the toolbars.
This is but one of many possible approaches to modifying
the new UI. Search AMO addons and the Userstyles site
for "Australis" to find them.
I read about this on gHacks today and installed. It
works well for domains, which is all I care about.
I agree with two earlier reviews in that it would be
easier to use if the list were accessible through a
menu. However, the dev deserves credit for making
it possible to block sites at all - enhancements later
if he can bring himself to ignore the negative reviews.
Just finished setting up for Mac. Works okay with a wide variety of Persona/Themes.
(I think we should rename these themonas and end the confusion!).
My userChrome CSS now supplements this addon rather than the other way round.
It represents a tremendous amount of work in a constantly shifting environment.
Thanks to Aris for taking on the task.
I noticed a new release of Personas Plus and decided to give it another try, mainly because I need the custom personas option to test personas before submiiting them. In the past Personas Plus wiped out customizing on every Firefox restart. The problem may have been only on Macs, but persisted over several OS and many Fx releases.
This works better. It wiped out my added toolbar, but after I rebuilt it subsequent restarts left it in place. Mysterious, but play Twilight Zone theme and move on.
Along with Hilite Manager, helps with managing add-ons. The only glitch I've noticed is the installed date on the Appearance panel is "Unknown" except on the default. Not really a problem, just a waste of space.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (6.0.1-signed).
Helps make the Add-ons Manager manageable. For Appearance panel the sort alpha option is something I like, since the entries are always where I put them.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0.1-signed).
I have used this for a long time with no problems. Provides several button options for just about every need.
Note that Florian Wolk's add-on pointed to in No Nothing's review does not have toolbar buttons; if using keyboard only is what you want then it might be worth your time to check it out.
Somehow I managed to review the companion Saved Password Tags but never this. It provides something - the ability to edit the Firefox password file - not available any other way.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (188.8.131.52-signed).
DefaultFullZoomLevel worked well for me for a long time but on later Firefox releases with Mac OS X Lion it gave up. Its author said it wasn't tested for Mac so no complaint there; he also recommended NoSquint, which works even better and has more features. Perhaps I'll use more of them some day.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (184.108.40.206-signed).
Have used with OS X Lion Firefox 10 thru 15 with none of the problems reported by others. Maybe they have addon conflicts. Anyone wanting to try it should; that's the only way to find out if it will work in any particular configuration.
Since I had a white rectangle by every bookmark menu item it was really a good thing for me.
Perhaps a little overstated, but after all these years eyeballing the customize pane it's really nice to have all the Toolbar Buttons add-on grouped at the end. Thanks to the dev.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.0.6.1-signed).
After upgrading to Mac OS X Lion and Firefox 10, I found the new chrome really hard to see and use. This add-on, used with the "Simple Transparent" persona, fixed the problem for me. PEX went from a toy to a necessity. (As compared to Personas Plus, which is as messed up as ever.)This review is for a previous version of the add-on (220.127.116.11-signed).
The problems mentioned in my previous review have been fixed. Keyboard shortcut key (for Mac) works.
A handy way to concatenate lists or documents in the clipboard using the "append with newline" option.
A nice supplement to the Saved Password Editor addon. I like that it wasn't tacked on to SPE; addons work better when they don't grow like cancers.
I used this to keep the forgot-my-password hints. Not exactly tags but it works for me.
Good as far as it goes. I would like to be able to list other sites just like the other reviewers.
The direct visit option is needed. (Not be me, but by the actual owner of this computer!) Otherwise, this is a badly needed function. Thanks.
No longer supported, rating reduced.
I agree with Tom's 3/9/10 review. The big problem for me was that it required me to know which scripts were okay to allow - I never did figure out how to do that. While technically a tour de force it's just not for regular folks.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (18.104.22.168).
In fairness to the developer, and for those who might be put of by BigThunder1's review below, the "Unsorted Bookmarks" folder is not created by the add-on; that folder is the default for bookmarks entered via the location bar. The add-on just puts it in the Bookmarks Menu so it can be used without Organize Bookmarks -> Unsorted Bookmarks -> point/double-click. A simple but useful add-on for low-power users.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.0).
I assumed this add-on would get all rave reviews just like ABP, but saw the reviews by Buster and Faktor12 below and looked for Yarip (Yet Another Remove It Permanently). The search for Yarip returns only Element Hiding Helper. What's up with that? Still 5 stars from me.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0.6).
This may not be popular yet but it surely will be in the future. It cut the number of point/clicks in half for repeated userChrome edits. For Mac Os X no configuration - it just used the built-in text edit. Good stuff!
Still 5 stars now that the no quit problem is fixed. As for the sale, as the CIA agent said to Charlie Wilson: "We'll see!." Can't blame David for cashing in though; baby needs a new pair of shoes.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.0.3).