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|User since||November 21, 2009|
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Probably the most useful add-on I have for everyday browsing. To put the icon on the menu bar, right-click, make the menu bar visible, click customize, and drag the (B) icon to the bar.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (12.08). This user has a previous review of this add-on.
I use this every day for web development, but it is also a good way to reduce tracking by Google, Facebook, or whatever ubiquitous site that has your cookies! Browse Gmail in Chrome and Facebook in Opera, and you will no longer see those scary Facebook personal info boxes when reading your favorite newspaper in Firefox!
Technically, this plugin works very well right out of the box with the common browsers. (Right-click the menu bar, click Customize, scroll down to the first "B" icon and drag it to the menu bar.)
You can easily add additional browsers in Options.
Agree with Klint. Tab key should always proceed to the next field, which is the message. Instead it clears the subject I have just typed.
The Enigmail forums show other people, myself included, for whom TB 8 and Enigmail 1.3.3 are not working. A snapshot release of Enigmail, 1.4a, does work, for me.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.3.3).
When the selection contains one text link, "Open Selected Text Links" will be disabled every other time the context menu opens. I posted a fix at Mozdev Bug 5306.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.7.1).
Widely publicized vulnerability makes this a dangerous extension. See: