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|Benutzer seit||April 28, 2012|
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Works fantastically, I was even able to change the menu font to a specially-downloaded font without any problems. However even though I changed the background colour to "black", this doesn't change the background colour of the whole Firefox menu - the tab that's currently open as well as the browser bar that has all your other add-on buttons is still a light grey, and the URL bar still has a white background. This means that while I want to have a black background with white font, I can't because the font will disappear in pop-up boxes and the URL bar. This can be fixed by downloading a black Firefox theme as an additional step - I recommend the one called something like "Dark NASA", as it turns all the menu and pop-up stuff to almost-black too.
The options window is a bit buggy, sometimes after changing settings it sort of resizes itself or starts shaking around in the screen a little bit. Just close and re-open it when that happens.
While the font likes to make things like the "yes" button on pop-up windows mostly disappear (the text gets cut off), it's probably just because the system isn't expecting such a large font, so I don't think it's a problem due to the actual add-on.
Combine this with "NoSquint" (which changes the size/colour of everything on the page if you want, and remembers separate settings for different sites if you want) and a dark Firefox theme, and all your seeing-with-firefox problems are solved!! I sure wish I hadn't gone years using Firefox without this addon, seriously! Tons of thanks from a 23-year-old guy with aniridia!
Fantastic!! I use it in combination with the "Remove It Permanently" add-on to block tons of stuff. This one works in places where RIP doesn't (any time you try to block something with RIP and then refresh the page and it comes back, is where you should use this element-hiding helper).
Works perfectly fine, except sometimes a site will do something weird and it won't work. For example, on memrise.com I can remove most of the stuff I want to without problems, but there's a few other things that just come back whenever I refresh the page.
Doesn't seem to work... Is it because I have a touchpad and not an actual mouse with a wheel? I'm on a Mac. Otherwise I would have also liked to be able to choose the shortcut settings, or at least have a few more options that are two-step ones (ex. command-"right arrow key")
Zero problems, however it is really annoying to have to re-click it on every new single webpage (or every single subsequent page of a forum thread). Can we have a little toolbar button and set it to "always on" and then just click it off when not browsing stuff in Esperanto...?
EDIT: Wait, it seems like it is doing it....?? Nevermind, I must be loopy!
Works just fine, and you can even copy styled text, so ex. copy some bolded or coloured text and then write new bold text by just pasting and then replacing those letters.
However I think the newest Firefox update slightly broke this. Now sometimes when I go to delete a paragraph-spacing, it crashes Firefox. It's happened consistently in the same spots on some pages I've been editing so there must be something going on... I was only using normal "p" HTML tags so, nothing weird.
Works perfectly fine! When you click the icon, nothing really special will seem to happen, but you can just type away. I wish there was something where you could change text colour, boldness, and italics via this though (I'm not 100% certain but this addon only seems to support straight typing/deleting of text)
Works fantastic, I especially like the "sticky" feature so it holds in place and I can copy/paste words from it. But are there explanations of the abbreviations anywhere? I can't figure out what "ctr" means for 巻 for example.
I wish you could have the pop-ups be a scrolling box, because sometimes with my font size the pop-up gets longer than the page and I can't see it all.
I have been using this through the beta test and am still using it now. It seems to work perfectly, the creator is very open to fixing any bugs or trouble that may come up as well. The add-on itself is very customizable, ex. you can choose to have it only track certain courses, track categories instead of individual courses, and can set it to redirect you to your Memrise dashboard instead of "course with least/most to water" among other options. Very easy to figure out how to use as well.
I have two problems with this, one is that despite turning off Ghostery and whitelisting domains, on some sites (livejournal, youtube, wikipedia image page) it made the page continuously refresh and so scrolling and logging in was impossible. In some cases (youtube and wikipedia) whitelisting the entire site, turning off image scanning, etc fixed things... but this made it so that a lot of things that should otherwise be blocked weren't, because I had to unblock lots of different things in order to figure out what was causing the problem. But in Livejournal's case even when Ghostey was supposedly turned off, the domain was whitelisted, and I restarted Firefox, it didn't fix anything until I actually deactivated Ghostey entirely in the add-on preferences.
The other thing is that I found the pop-ups of the names of which sites are tracking you to be really annoying. If you go on a major site, maybe you have fifteen places tracking you and that makes a pretty big pop-up. I don't care to know which places are tracking me on every single page of the site, I just want the program to block them. I deactivated what I thought was the option that shows you this popup, but nothing changed after that.
It's also that in some cases (like youtube) you have to whitelist a specific tracker for the site to work. But on another site the same tracker isn't necessary. So it would be good if, when you go to whitelist a specific one, there's an option to do it either entirely or for this specific domain.
I really like the idea but in the end it didn't actually work very well (maybe it works fine if you don't go on any major sites) so I had to get rid of it.
This is already very useful in that you can customize the dictionaries you use (so I can look up words in an Icelandic dictionary). But a problem is that it doesn't correctly transfer non-German characters into the search: dæmisögu turns into dÃ¦misÃ¶gu. So you can see that I have to manually fix æ and ö or the dictionary doesn't recognize the word (this is a little hard to make sense of without screencaps though).
I think this would be absolutely fantastic if you could make it so the noun colorization/gender recognition works for languages other than German. Even if the user has to point the addon to a different dictionary and set the guidelines for when it decides which word is which gender themselves, it'd still be a lot better than it is now, meaning if you wanted to do anything you'll have to manually add in every single word and its gender as an "exception".
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