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|Benutzer seit||March 9, 2013|
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I've been looking for something where I could manipulate my tabs in a list. I do have some problems though.
I have several other extensions that add commands to the context menu of tabs, with the regular All Tabs menu I can right click on the tabs in the list and use those commands, but I can't do that with this addon, presumably because it uses its own context menu which doesn't seem to have many commands. I'd like options to move to groups, move to new window, unload, reload, duplicate, etc. It seems I have some of these options, but only if I ctrl-click to select the tab first, and even then not the move, duplicate, etc options. I have other extensions that do these things, but again those menu options are unavailable from the context menu from this addon.
It'd be nice if you could somehow access the regular tab context menu, maybe ctrl-right click or some other modifier key to get the regular tab context menu. If you can't just include them all in the same menu.
Really like blocking cookies so that I don't have them from tons of sites. It's a real pain to clean out cookies later if you want to leave the settings for sites you actually use.
I do have a problem though. I'm not certain what causes it yet, but I've repeatedly gone into settings and checked "Block all Sites" so that cookies are blocked by default for new sites, and every so often it turns itself off so that the default goes back to Allowed. The thing is that it takes me a while to notice, and then I have a bunch of cookies from ad sites and such that I have to clean up.
For the narrow range of users out there who are professional/full-time flash developers this addon does boast an impressive set of features(although I wasn't able to try almost any of them), however if you'd only use it rarely from time to time, then don't waste your time.
This extension sounded really neat. So neat that I went through the trouble of installing the debug version of flash and everything, then I struggled a bit to figure out how to even use the extension only to find out that I missed the part in the description that it's a pay extension. This is one of the first pay extensions I've seen so I guess I can be excused for not realizing it. But it's not just a one time fee. You have to pay $35 a year forever for as long as you use it. I find this extremely excessive as I do not understand how it could possibly require enough constant work and maintenance every year to justify a subscription. Will the price be reduced in the future if the developer doesn't work on it as often? I don't see why they should be paid constantly if they're not constantly working on it.
I suppose for the narrow range of users who are full-time flash developers who could get an extreme amount of use out of this addon, perhaps they might consider it worth the cost. The feature list is pretty impressive to me, and I don't know if there's any other software that does similar stuff, but it's just not worth the cost to me for my purposes.
Great addon! I like it since it gives me much more control over what sites history gets deleted. I use my history on certain sites to keep track of what I've already read, but if the history gets too full then the older pages are auto-forgotten and I have to rely on my spotty memory to remember if I've read something. With this I can have it auto-delete the unimportant sites history first so it hopefully doesn't get to the point where my important site history is erased.
I stopped using it for a while since it seemed to crash firefox when I tried to run a purge cycle, but I just tried it on Firefox 31 and it seems to work now. I would kind of like perhaps a regular expression option or something for matching, although I wonder if that would make it even slower.
I wonder if there's any extensions that would do something like "never forget this site". Probably not, since there's a reason the browser history is automatically purged so it doesn't impact performance" so I'll have to deal.
For those saying it doesn't work, it's because it was designed to show in the addon/status bar and they removed the addon/status bar in Firefox 29/30ish. I installed Status-4-Evar and it shows up, you might also try some other extensions that re-add the addon/status bar. I also have "The Addon Bar (restored)" but I installed Status-4-Evar first so it's showing up there I think.
Although I am having problems with it lately, It's showing the error icons, I'm not sure if something else is logging me out or what. I have to click logout all accounts and then relogin for it to work, but then it shows an error the next time it checks, so it's like it's not staying logged in. It probably doesn't help that I have multiple accounts.
I love that it shows me the subject lines of the most recent messages when I hover over it, I wish other notifiers would do that instead of just the number of unread messages.
Great addon, One suggestion though. Please add a confirmation to the Forget this Site and Forget this Domain features, I accidentally erased all my history for one of my sites, when I only meant to delete a few of recently visited pages. Which was like hundreds of visits which I used to keep track of what I had/hadn't read. There's nothing I can do about it now, but it might be useful to have a confirmation say "Are you /sure/ you want to forget about every visit to this site as well as delete your cookies for it?"
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