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|User since||February 27, 2012|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Not yet rated|
No button. FFox 36.0, Win64 8.1. Get to fixin' and try thorough testing prior to releases, or at least keep description updated with limitations. JMO I'm now going to grab a different downloader and really don't plan to keep a lookout for this one once I have another running. Not a great business model if you're asking for donations.
Despite installing and restarting FF, the Add to Firefox button remains. The website for the creator no longer exists, and the Wayback Machine only has old snapshots of his site, none of which include this extension. Epic Fail.
Using Fox 20.0.1 by way of Windows 7. Attempted to install amongst others I was installing. Error popup "Sorry, you need a Mozilla-based browser (such as Firefox) to install a search plugin." Too bad I can't attach the screenshot. Pretty dang funny. But as a researcher I was really looking forward to this.
The brief period of my life I lost while the file downloaded was not nearly as bad as the amount of time I spent trouble shooting and trying to get this to work... only to find other users have had the same experience! A little "GClean" blurb is now at the bottom of my browser. Hovering produces, "Run G Clean"... and that's it. Nothing changes and there is no other user interface. Should have known there was trouble when the explanation on the add-on's home page read, "if www.asdf.de == block..." Were this a meaningful endeavour it would rate EPIC FAIL. However even the fail is inadequate to earn EPIC status.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.0.0).