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|User since||December 7, 2013|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Not yet rated|
The file info pops ups each and everytime my cursor passes anywhere near the status bar.
Could you please implement a delay function there? It is quite disruptive.
Can't seem to reply directly to your comment, so I'm editing mine.
Perhaps this image will make things a little clear: http://i.imgur.com/EHokIk0.png
In this instance, I launched Chrome and in the split-second my cursor passed the download bar, the file info popped-up in Firefox. I hope I'm making sense here.
In any case, I really appreciate the interest you're taking here and the work you're doing with this ext.
You know, you should really include an option for Bitcoin donations for your users. Cheers.
April 13th Update:
I am extremely impressed how you are so responsive to user feedback!
ps: Using 8.9.0 now.
This one, not so much.
For one thing, it has lost the intuitive feel of the previous versions.
For another, some of the trackers are enabled by default (especially Brightcove).
And the 'Send anonymous data' option should not be enabled by default - defeats the whole purpose of the extension; its like swapping trackers from the advertisers to Abine. Not everyone will click the Settings button.
Slightly disappointing, because I was raving about this extension to everyone in December.
Two useful things missing from the previous edition:
(i) File delete confirmation
(ii) Open to folder
Otherwise, solid as a rock.
I visit about (at least) two dozen sites several times daily. I cannot function as efficiently without Speed Dial. It makes my life just that little bit easier.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.9.6.16).
It is not a crucial extension, but very useful for those that download regularly.
If you surf online for more than 30 mins a day, Adblock plus is a must! It is an essential part of browsing in this age of ad infestation.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.4).
I honestly don't understand how Hola can be rated with anything lower than 4 stars. Perhaps there were some issues with the earlier versions, but as far as I am concerned, Hola rocks! It is easy to use and extremely useful if you're staying outside the U.S.
There must be a flaw, but thus far, I am unable to find one.