- Rated 4 out of 5by JanTheMan, 2 years agoNice addon, one bug I faced though: Going to ebay the addon seems to block some css/js. You see it after you search anything. It breaks the whole page so to say. Clearing cache doesn't help. After disabling the addon it solves the problem.
- Rated 4 out of 5by dkm, 2 years agoMacht grundsätzlich, was es soll und das gut. Allerdings wird mit aktiviertem Addon seit einer Weile ebay.de (.com geht) nicht mehr geladen. Es sieht so aus, als fehlten sämtlich css-Daten. Deaktiviert man das Addon funktioniert es wieder.
- Rated 4 out of 5by megabigBLUR, 3 years agoSeems to mostly work OK but for some reason it was making Twitter pages not load even though I whitelisted Twitter. I switched to DuckDuckGo.
- Rated 4 out of 5by Samsolon, 3 years agoto be clear i am using this Add-on for around 2 hours now, but i want to report something.
The Add-on windows is really small, maybe it's because of my high resolution, but its too small. Also when opening the window the x-/ and y-scrollbars appear. Maybe you could fix that and i would be glad to rate five stars.
Nonetheless thanks for your good work and have a nice day
- Rated 4 out of 5by Furkan, 3 years agoNice extension, but i haven't figure it that it breaks something or not, yet.
- Rated 4 out of 5by Firefox user 14155749, 5 years agoIt's fine.
I've tried all the anti-tracking extensions. They vary wildly in complexity, but are almost uniform in efficacy. If you REALLY wanna make that last one or two percentage points as far as sweeping up those breadcrumbs, feel free to roll up your sleeves, don that tinfoil hat, and go down a DuckDuckGo rabbit hole (with an anonymous proxy and possibly through Tor).
Otherwise, just go with this one. It's the easiest. Wanna view an embedded tweet or a Facebook video? They're literally one or two button clicks away. For everything else, how much effort is required on your part? None, that's how much.
It just works. It's fine.