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  • Any planned update to have Unityfox AND multiprocess ?
  • Recently I stumbled upon add-on which is doing the same thing as Unityfox used to do, until it've become broken. Unityfox Revived prevented me from migrating to Chromium on my Ubuntu ;-)
  • The extension is not working (Firefox 34, Ubuntu 14.04), and unfortunately it seems that development has stopped.
  • I think counter badges is not needed, because we already had progressbar. and DownThemAll support will be great
  • Not working on ver 27. Fix pls!
  • A wonderful extension, but version 0.2.5 (the one the fixed issues with FF 23) does not work with FF 26.
  • It worked pretty well and I liked it, but it's not working on my FF 26, please, fix it. I love this add-on.
  • Debería venir por defecto...
  • Please fix the issue with Firefox 23: Downloads Panel stopped working. Disabling this add-on and restarting the browser fixed the issue.

    EDIT: Yeah, great! Thanks a lot – I learned to see all versions first before reporting issues. :D
    HI,

    Sorry, I've fixed this already but it's currently sat in the review queue. You can get it here https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/unityfox/versions/?page=1#version-0.2.5
  • Good, but active download count is not really useful.I think it would be more useful (and consistent with Firefox 20's design) to use the counter to show the remaining time (Just like the download button in Firefox 20). Unity counters can show letters as well as numbers so it wouldn't be much problem to make the launcher button behave the same as the download button currently does.

    Edit: Ok, since the developer is doing the best that is technically possible, I raised score to 5. Always grateful for the progress bar.
    Hi,

    Thanks for your feedback. Whilst I agree in principle, this currently isn't possible. The libunity API only allows you to set a numerical count (strings are not supported at all)
  • Debería venir por defecto en ubuntu, muy bello
  • Exelent!
  • This addon should be incuded with Ubuntu/Unity by default
  • Very useful Add-on if you use Ubuntu
  • A great extension. It should have been included in Firefox by default.
  • Great addon but needs to support downloads of unknown size. I understand that a progress bar would be impossible (as we don't know how far along it is) but the badge could at least say the amount of downloads.
  • Simple, restartless addon! All of the use-cases are covered, bug-free, works like a charm.
  • A must have addon if you are using Firefox in Ubuntu
  • Mozilla and Canonicals producs are the best things in computer world
  • This looks great! Thanks a lot! It works very well in KDE for me. :)

    I wonder if it's possible to support downthemall?

    Edit: Sorry for my blunder! libunity is installed now. :)
    Do you have libunity installed?
  • A great add-on which integrates the download bar in unity perfectly
  • a MUST HAVE
  • 0.2.1 prevents usage from KDE sessions. There is one plasmoid(widget) that implements the Unity launcher API, so it cannot be used with the changes. I'll patch my own local version for this, but just letting you know.
    Ah, sorry, that's because of the change to not load in non-Unity sessions. I wasn't aware there was anything in KDE implementing the same API. I guess I'll remove that check for now
  • Great addon, but seems to stop working for oneric's version of uinty.
  • should be included with ubufox code....