À propos de moi
|Utilisateur depuis||June 6, 2012|
|Nombre de modules développés||0 modules|
|Moyenne des notes des modules du développeur||Pas encore évalué|
Noté 4 sur 5 étoiles
This is a really useful add-on, because basically you want to have an option to quickly look at the details of any picture. Sometimes the add-on is in your way, because it shows the zoomed image too fast, so you have to find a good balance concerning the setting for the delay time. Sometimes, when you move a tab to a new instance, zooming a picture there will set the focus to the old firefox instance, but there´s a workaround: simply minimize all windows but the current instance, and you´re done. Great add-on, thank you so much for boosting productivity!Cette critique est pour une version précédente du module (3.4.1-signed). Cet utilisateur a 2 revues précédentes sur ce module.
Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles
Sorry, I forgot this additional hint for the focus-bug: it happens often (always?), when you first move a tab to a new instance. If you never move tabs to new Firefox-windows, I think the error doesn´t occur.Cette critique est pour une version précédente du module (3.2.1-signed). Cet utilisateur a d'autres revues sur ce module.
Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles
At first thank you very much for this very practical add-on! Greatly well done!
At second I want to report a bug here (cause this goes faster for me than registering somewhere else): Sometimes it happens, if you are using Firefox with multiple instances, that after hovering the focus to the referring Firefox gets lost, and the zoomed image is displayed in front of a different instance. This happens often, but not always.
At third I want to make a suggestion for improvement: could you add an option for not zooming, if the image is larger than xxx pixels in height? Because there´s always zooming, even if the image is big enough (screen filling). That would be very great! Thanks in advance!
Review & Improvement Suggestion Noté 4 sur 5 étoiles
This add-on is for people, who use a lot of tabs, more than they can handle at least. So it´s a very good approach, to limit yourself, and to have an overview about how fast and how many tabs you are opening in a single firefox-session.
I often come up against about 100 open tabs (useful or not), but that consumes a lot of system resources, slowing down my (older) computer. Using this add-on protects me at least from opening too many tabs in one single window. And that is a big progress!
This add-on works fine, but there are two suggestions for improvement:
When the limit is reached, a too tiny, too grey window scrolls in at the bottom, that can be easily OVERLOOKED! I often start many tabs from one website, but after some clicks I realize too late, that the limit was reached long before. So I don´t know what tabs where opened, and what tabs where cancelled from opening. My overview and scheme is lost. It would be very useful, if the limit-window would be a popup-window with a button to confirm, so that it can never be overlooked (maybe as an option).
The second suggestion concerns the number of open firefox-windows: as a real tab-junkie, you usually can´t be hold back that easy, so if the limit is reached, you open another firefox-window, and the game starts from the beginning. After 10 open windows with each 10 tabs, the machine usually also slows down and reminds you that way of your bad habit. It would be very useful, it you could also limit the number of firefox-windows, or simply the SUM of all tabs (amount of all tabs in all windows together).
If you can add these two options, this "anti-tab-junkie" or "voluntary-self-control" add-on would be more "soft" for cure beginners. Thank´s a lot!!
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