33 Bewertungen für dieses Add-on
  • Agree with turbotronic. It's a huge bar with lots of empty, wasted space. It would be better if the developer would let us just remove the buttons we need & put them elsewhere in FF, like the new add-on bar.
  • The digg and submit buttons in the address bar no longer work.

    This was the only thing keeping me using digg, as I use reddit primarily. The convenience of digging and submitting with one click from the address bar kept me submitting and digging, but now it doesn't work, what's the point?
  • I used to really like this extension - mainly *Latest Popular Content* notification function, though after Digg's downfall it became useless just like the toolbar.
    But the biggest problem is that this extension causes Firefox to freeze almost every couple minutes for about 5 seconds. Of course at first I didn't knew what was causing this lag. But it was so frequent and annoying that it made me switch to Chrome. Thank goodness I decided to uninstall this piece of crap - now my beloved Firefox works like freshly installed.
    Conclusion: Digg is dead, no need for this stupid toolbar.
  • @Muero
    I completely agree. I took the liberty in tweaking it to refrain from integrating into the context menu. For anyone interested: http://www.fileden.com/files/2009/12/24/2701163//digg_toolbar_for_firefox-2.0.2-fx.xpi
  • The toolbar is too much. How about a button on the existing Firefox toolbar. Steven
  • Great, expect for sometimes a person doesn't want to be interrupted. If I'm fast enough, to hit the x how about an option to stop anything for say a set period of time. I'm trying to get work done.... The computer is both a tool and toy. Give me a chance to do both. I love Digg. I try to catch every article but man. Stop interrupting me, okay pretty, please with a cherry on top?

    @digg, @imserious please listen to me it will help @ where is the developers digg feed too?



    @seanmckendry
  • love it
  • Useful for presenting me new diggs that I might be interested in. Makes it quick and easy to digg a page. Although I think there is some useless functionallity that just bloats it out. I don't like it as a toolbar, takes up more screespace, I would prefer just the simple status bar icon can notifies me of stories and allows me to quickly Digg a page, that the huge toolbar that is there.
  • Nice addon! :D Could use updating to the 3.1 beta though
  • Good stuff!
  • e e e e ....
  • Neat!
  • nice extension, I just wish I could hit the digg button on it instead of having to go to digg.com
  • great news tool... highly recommended..
  • Very good toolbar. I use it a lot!
  • I hate toolbars with a passion. Google, Yahoo, etc.
    But this is really good. Turn it off/on quickly. Not cluttered, very simple. Less is more - I like it that way.
  • I like it, but it totally breaks firefox toolbar cuztomization. When this baby is enabled don't expect to be able to customize your toolbars. When you open the toolbar cuztomization window most of the available icons are not shown, or you cannot drag/remove items from the toolbar, until you disable or remove this extension.
  • Very useful to Digg news.
  • Glad to see that digg finally has an "Official" add-on, but it does still need some work. I will keep it installed but disabled.

    01. If installed it messes up customizations to you firefox toolbar

    02. Would be great if you could actually digg a page without it taken you to the digg article.
  • I WANT TO BE ABLE TO CLICK THE DIGG BUTTON ON THE TOOLBAR, AND ACTUALLY DIGG IT. ANOTHER USEFUL THING WOULD BE TO BE UNDIGGING STUFF IF SOMETHING IS ALREADY DUGG FROM THAT BUTTON. MOREOVER, YOU CANNOT MIDDLE CLICK ON THE LINKS IN THE POPUPS TO OPEN IN LINKS IN A NEW TAB (I KNOW YOU CAN SET THE DEFAULT SETTING TO OPEN IN A NEW TAB, I DONT CARE FOR THAT, I HAVE IT SET TO OPEN IN CURRENT TAB AS DEFAULT BEHAVIOR AND IM WANTING TO OPEN LINKS IN NEW TABS ON ADHOC BASIS WHEN I MIDDLE CLICK). SO YOU END UP WITH OPENING EVERYTHING IN THE SAME TAB EVEN IF YOU MIDDLE CLICK ON THE LINK. CONTACT ME PLZ... IAMDEGENATRON([%%AT%%])YAHOO.COM
  • A step in the right direction surely, but has a fatal flaw (as of 1.0.1) that is a show stopper - It disables toolbar customizations.

    Additionally I would like to see a simple digg button (with digg emblem) than upon click will digg the web page (without stopping at the site if it has been already dugg) - and not just textual options & keyboard shortcuts support.
  • I upgraded to the new 1.01 version and it disables the customize toolbar function on ALL my toolbars. I did not have this problem with the Digg Toolbar version 1.0. I have disabled it and will wait for a fix.
  • I won't be bothering to keep this installed until I can just click "Digg" and not be redirected to the actual digg site. If you want to give users the option to add comments, digging a site should work like the Delicious Bookmarks extension, just bringing up a small pop-up window.
  • Good way to stay in contact with the digg network. Notable posts get pushed to you via a little notification popup window in the lower right hand of the screen. Also nice to be able to see how many Diggs a page has received at a glance.

    There is a video review of it here

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qd6-_YtT8uQ