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|Benutzer seit||March 27, 2008|
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Emil Michalik's instructions (below) worked. The add-on itself does not install into Firefox 33 android, from either the mobile or full version of the Add-ons site.Diese Bewertung wurde für eine vorherige Version des Add-ons (0.1) abgegeben. Dieser Benutzer hat 2 ältere Bewertungen zu diesem Add-on.
Emil Michalik's fix appears below my original post - not above.Diese Bewertung wurde für eine vorherige Version des Add-ons (0.1) abgegeben. Dieser Benutzer hat auch weitere Bewertungen dieses Add-ons.
My two-star rating is for the add-on. It doesn't install on Firefox 33 Android version. On the mobile version of the add-ons site it indicates it won't install. The full version of the site offers no obstacle to installing the add-on, but the install only seems to take place. No change actually occurs. Emil Michalik's post (above) to the rescue - it worked.Diese Bewertung wurde für eine vorherige Version des Add-ons (0.1) abgegeben.
Two stars for being a good idea.But all the other icons that appear alongside the primary arrow make it confusing.And it's simply erratic. A third of the times the browser starts, this add-on simply does not function at all.Diese Bewertung wurde für eine vorherige Version des Add-ons (4.3.1) abgegeben.
I used to rely on this. That theater thing is so-o-o awful!Now I can echo exactly what user MrEd has written: "Just within the last few days there was an update to something, Java I believe. This caused FF to start throwing out the error
"Error: Illegal operation on WrappedNative prototype object."
Fix? Quick? (P.S. I have FF 22.0.)
Post revised, 6July2013: Have been testing new version 1.2, linked by developer below. At first it seemed fine again. But now accessing a FB comment via the globe icon at the top of the FB page generates this other error:
"Error: document.body is null"
Thanks for working on it!
Just as the others have reported - not working now.
Plus - reminder - I still really dislike the blood-red toolbar button. Author promised to change it years ago.
I really wanted this to be great. Sorry – epic fail. The toolbar icon repeatedly vanished when the browser was relaunched, making the add-on useless. Truth: I have tried and/or kept hundreds of add-ons over the years, and this is a totally new and unwelcome trick!!
Also: the sound alert is pathetically quiet, Again: functionally useless. And there's no way for the user to alter or replace that sound.
So I switched to the regular (not restartless) add-on of similar title: that works just fine.
Nice, much more versatile than the alternative I had earlier. l was able to configure it to open an individual link (or a whole page) in the Incognito mode of Chrome, for instance.Diese Bewertung wurde für eine vorherige Version des Add-ons (5.2.1) abgegeben.
Welcome relief from a flashing/animated tab favicon or two that I encounter.
Surprisingly, though the author notes that development ceased with Firefox 3, this seems just fine in Firefox 16.
I like that it works very well, in Ffx 15.0.1. And I like a toolbar button for such things. It's just that the tooltip for this button is a little odd: "...(unless you have remapped the triggers)." Really? I'd rather not have any tooltip other than the add-on's name. Not this confusing text reminding me of the default triggers, which yes, I have changed as per the options.Diese Bewertung wurde für eine vorherige Version des Add-ons (1.4.0) abgegeben.
Annoying. Every click outbound from Facebook gets sidetracked and delayed while this thing checks it... then it invariably claims it couldn't, because the "server must be unavailable."
So I unchecked the Facebook option in the add-on. A day later the option had re-checked itself, i.e., refused to honor my choices: EPIC FAIL.
I uninstalled it, would rather rely on the non-annoying add-on LinkExtend and [Avast's plugin] WebRep.
Something had been interfering with my very favorite mouse gestures (I use FireGestures 1.6.16). This must have been it - now they are restored.Diese Bewertung wurde für eine vorherige Version des Add-ons (3.0.23) abgegeben.
No email alerts ever arrived (during weeks of trial).
The little numbers "1:1" that got added to the toolbar indicated nothing as far as I could tell; no change in the web page in question caused any change in these numbers.
Worst: the clicked-open report window showed me items on pages I had never attached to AlertBox.
All I got was a system tray pop-up every few minutes (with accompanying sound) whether or not the indicated page really had changed.
The online 'support' is equally useless.
Sorry. No pass.
v0.2.8 has a bug, as noted in the review prior to mine: toolbar is always open. never retracts. Duh!!! In other words, the add-on has been rendered useless.
This passes muster as an 'update'?? Nobody tested it first?
Then the developer replies that the bug has been fixed in v.0.2.9 - which is not available here or on the homepage.
Sends 43,752 users on a wild goose chase. No integrity.
Works, but half as much as claimed. Nothing whatsoever results from scrolling over the field - I refer to both the Search Bar and the Location Bar - but clicking the added icon does clear the field.
I tend to agree with the user who does not want any [tacked-on clear-by-scroll] feature you can't disable: very unwise change, considering the other functions of scrolling. I'd like to go back to v1.5.
Works well - opens the calendar in a new tab (as I wanted).
Especially welcome now that the ridiculous new Google Bar fails to include 'Calendar' as a first-tier navigation option.
Good idea, but this interfered with my habit of opening a second Gmail tab by middle-wheel-clicking on something in Gmail's list of labels (e.g., open "Sent Mail" in a new tab while keeping "Inbox" in the current tab). The additional tab appeared but stayed blank.
As soon as I disabled Google Disconnect, my habitual process worked fine again, immediately.
So sorry, but that makes the add-on 100% unusable for me.
I'll give it a tentative semi-positive assessment. First, to echo the warning posted months ago by RevSyd: the "strongest" preset configuration that exhibited no problems was the one called Courteous. Beyond that I instantaneously got squawks from Gmail (connectivity problems, Google whined) and - ironically - the Firefox Add-Ons website (it would not load at all). Unacceptable, to say the least.
On the other hand, set to its Courteous configuration, I *think* it causes faster page loads and, so far at least, no complaints. Hard to say, because load times for a particular page will vary anyway.
To be fair and complete: I have seen similar counterproductive things occur in the past as well, with other add-ons of similar purpose installed in the Firefox version of the time.
Looks good (Firefox 9.0.1). Also coordinates well visually with this user style (for Stylish add-on; replaces ugly red tab close buttons and some others with attractive aqua-colored spheres):
Failed. Did not add any icon to the add-on toolbar or anywhere else.
edited 13Sept2011. Regarding developer's response (below): of course I already understood how to customize a toolbar. This add-on did not supply any icon to slide onto a toolbar. I originally wrote, "Did not add any icon... anywhere else," which covers it.
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