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Perfect Rated 5 out of 5 stars
This works perfectly, thank you. :D
Awesome image saver, but not e10s compatible. Rated 4 out of 5 stars
This is an incredibly handy addon for saving the images in a webpage, and has lots of options to customize where to save, how to name images, keyboard shortcuts, etc. It's saved me a ton of time where I normally would have saved images one by one.
The only problem (that's not a huge deal currently, but will become so in future versions of Firefox) is that it's not e10s compatible. Hitting the shortcut to save images in the current tab brings up an error dialog saying there was a problem saving the images (supposedly because of a lack of permissions or incorrect file names) and creates empty, 0 byte image files. I'm not sure if this is something that can be made to work with e10s, but I'm hoping so, since this is one of my favorite extensions.
Works :D Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Thanks so much for this! I had been trying to fix Japanese fonts by fiddling with Firefox's font options, but I couldn't get it to work the way I wanted it to. This addon seems to do exactly what I need it to. :DThis review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0.1).
Kinda spazzy, works eventually. Rated 3 out of 5 stars
For all the sites I've tried that provide both http and https versions of their site (deviantart.com, superuser.com, bato.to, 4shared.com), this addon only halfway works. Going to one of these sites will load the http version. Clicking on any link on the site will then reload the /current/ page in https. So the https version loads, but only on the second try, and in a really weird way.
Still, this addon is at least better than HTTPS by Default, which didn't load https at all on any of the aforementioned sites. It looks like I'll have to go back to HTTPS Everywhere (which is too bad - I was excited since this addon seemed much more flexible).
Meh. Rated 3 out of 5 stars
To the rater below me: You may have just needed to refresh, which is what I did to get it to start working.
That being said, the numbers this addon gives me are vastly different from (as in, much higher than) the CPU usage that Task Manager shows for Firefox. So while this addon has a neat concept, it would seem that it isn't really accurate.
To those who are having trouble with Ank Pixiv Rated 5 out of 5 stars
EDIT: @MaslOs - I hope you see this - I can't reply directly to your post, unfortunately. I had the same problem (I was basically like whyyyy (ﾉಥДಥ)ﾉ, lol). Are you making sure to copy only the contents of the "source" folder into the zip file, and not the "source" folder itself? I think there are certain files (like "install.rdf") that have to be in the "top level," so to speak, of the zip/xpi file, otherwise Firefox will not recognize it as an extension file.
Go to the support site on GitHub. Click on the "16 branches" link, then click "fix/pixiv-has-changed-20140930." Select "Download as zip." Unzip, and put the contents of the "source" folder into a zip file. Rename this file to "email@example.com" (I'm not sure if this is necessary, but I always did). Change the file extension from .zip to .xpi. Drag the file into your Firefox extensions folder (if you don't know where this is, Google it), overwriting the old extension (which you may want to make a backup of, I dunno).
Hope this works for you all, and thanks to the creators of this addon for getting it fixed!
Some nice tweaks for Firefox's built-in download manager. Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Ever since Download Statusbar went defunt, I've been looking for something else simple and easy to use for managing my downloads. I tried Download Status Bar (which currently doesn't have the minimode/button that I was using before), and then rediscovered Firefox's download panel. I found that it worked decently as a replacement (I also liked the aesthetic better, and it integrated my theme), but two things were a problem - the download entries were uselessly bloated, and the current downloading speed wasn't shown unless I went to the main downloads window. This add-on was just what I needed. The entries are much slimmer and I can see the speed I'm downloading at. What's also nice is that I can now view more than the last 3 downloads.
There are a couple of other things I'd like to see - for one, I'd like to be able to delete files directly from the panel (such as in the case of a broken download that I want to restart), instead of having to dig through my downloads folder. It would be nice if the "Show All Downloads" button could be replaced with one that clears the download list. Also, it would be cool if there was some way to see the direct link (maybe when hovering over the download bar or something), rather than having to select "Copy Download Link" and then paste it somewhere else.
In any case, this addon is great for making Firefox's download manager more functional - I'm lucky to have found it. :D
Simple, works well, but can't change default save location Rated 4 out of 5 stars
I love this add-on. It's simple, which is all I really need (I don't need to convert videos, get them from anywhere else than YouTube, or any of the other extra functions of most other YouTube downloaders), and the button that's integrated beneath the YouTube video looks nice and fits with the rest of the webpage (and I don't have to have a button hanging on my add-on bar all the time).
It would be great, though, if there was some sort of option/preference that would allow me to change the default save location from my downloads folder to somewhere else, like my videos folder.
Very useful Rated 5 out of 5 stars
So far, I'm really liking this add-on. I love how you can customize the reload rate, and how you can have just one tab being refreshed at a time.
To those who are having trouble getting this to work: You have to enable the add-on. I think you have to refresh Firefox at least one extra time, then you go to your add-ons (Ctrl+Shift+A) - a button labeled "Enable" should be there.