Rob W

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Nome Rob W
Località The Netherlands
Pagina principale https://robwu.nl/
Utente da Feb. 8, 2012
Numero di componenti aggiuntivi sviluppati 11 componenti aggiuntivi
Media delle valutazioni sui componenti aggiuntivi di questo sviluppatore. Assegnate 4 su 5 stelle

I componenti aggiuntivi che ho realizzato

No Native Notifications Compatibile con Firefox 57+

Disables native desktop notifications, and use the XUL-based notifications instead.
The published version only works for macOS. Read the add-on description for Linux and/or other Firefox versions!

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Ctrl+Shift+Q Quit

Works perfectly Assegnate 5 su 5 stelle

Ctrl + Q quits the browser by default. This is unfortunate, because the shortcut is close to Ctrl-W (= close current tab).

This add-on remaps Ctrl + Q to Ctrl + Shift + Q, and also works in recent Firefox versions (and e10s), so you won't close Firefox by accident any more.

Edit: This add-on does not meet my needs on macOS because on macOS there is also a Command-Q shortcut. After being fed up with losing my tabs multiple times, I published an add-on that replaces Command-Q too: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/disable-ctrl-q-and-cmd-q/

Always Right

Works perfectly, including Private browsing mode Assegnate 5 su 5 stelle

A big advantage of this add-on over the other similar add-ons is that this add-on only implements the promised functionality, and nothing else. There is no configuration: it just works without any surprises.

The add-on is open-source [1] and the author is very responsive: At first the add-on was not working in private browsing mode, so I contacted the author with a patch and a new update was published within a day.

[1] https://github.com/autonome/Always-Right

Questa recensione riguarda una versione precedente (1.6.0) del componente aggiuntivo. 

Web Developer

Fix for Web Developer + NoScript Assegnate 5 su 5 stelle

The Web Developer toolbar is a must-have for web developers (arguably better than Firebug).

One of the features is showing all CSS / JavaScript (inline and external!) of the current page. Each slice can be collapsed, so that you don't have to scroll through a big wall of text before finding the desired line of code.

Unfortunately, the NoScript extension disables this feature. To save enable this feature again, I have written a Greasemonkey script: http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/133136

Questa recensione riguarda una versione precedente (1.1.9.1-signed) del componente aggiuntivo.