Can't find "Customize" on my Android so it's basically useless.
Opened the “Tools > Add-ons > Quick Gestures” page and there is no customisation button. Does not work with the current version of Firefox for Android.
Not compatable with Firefox nightly
spent ten straight minutes toying around with it only to find out it no longer works lmao.
drag my finger in the which part of the screen ? i tried all kinds of ways but no one takes effects. any body help me ??
Since this addon broke with Firefox 51.0.2, you guys should take a look at Simple Gesture 1.1, it's a bit more basic than what Quick Gestures was, but it's a brand new addon and at least we can use some gestures once again (if you're on Firefox 54.0+)
Not compatible with any versions of Firefox from this century
Setup instructions don't work. There is no customise button.
Fix for firefox 51+ please.
A good extension. Please update it. It will less convenient to surf without it.
please fix it
I believe the previous reviewer made a typo. Downgrading to version Firefox version 49.0.2 did fix the addon for me while 50.1.0 did not
Hopefully future updates will somehow make it useable again. This addon rules
51.0.2 upgrade on 2/6/17 broke the addon. It is also broken on the newest firefox beta (52.0). Downgrading to 50.1.0 did fix the addon for me.
This doesn't look good.
Kudos to dev. 3+ years without an upgrade and this is still the best extension on firefox mobile by far
Disable and re enable it worked perfectly.
After last refine firefox do not works
I haven't found an implementation of quick gestures for android as solid as this, and it works well for the most part, but there are a few considerations that could be made to really tighten this up. For reference, I'm using this on an HTC One M9 (viewport 320 * 640).
In the vein of what was mentioned before me - it's mildly annoying that the screen will scroll on input, but I recognize that there's no way to reasonably prevent scrolling on the first input. Perhaps lock the screen once Quick Gestures recognizes that a combination is being made (ie: based on the user sensitivity settings).
Also, and I think this is a straight up bug, but on certain windows (I haven't figured out a commonality), the command bar at the top won't actually scale properly. It'll show up vastly bigger than it should (in both dimensions, but with the horizontal overflow hidden). This results in it a) taking up a crazy amount of space and; b) means that the command that's shown on the bar is actually hidden off-screen!
Trying to undo a closed tab, gives a JS error about aCloseTabData.entries being undefined.
Perhaps the only other thing I could suggest is to have the command bar style somewhat match the toast message disaply - it's, uh, a little on the ugly side, sorry!
Edit: ...aaaand only after posting that did I see "Last Updated: September 14, 2013". Ah, screw it.
Screen should stay still when recognizing gesture input. Usability appears to affect certain mobile devices more than others, settings are too limited.
It's a shame because it appears the Dev had the right idea but there needs to be a wider margin of adjustments to accommodate all screen sizes. Too difficult, gestures fail to register.
Hopefully one of these codes below will produce an image, but if not I'm simply reporting that as of 4th the moment, the ability to select "customize" when clicking on the extension within the about:add-ons page is unavailable. However I do know for certain this hadn't always been the case. Four stars, cause the developer isn't responsible for errors resulting from updates. 5 when more features are added, the ones you didn't know you needed.
please fix for fx51
Wonderful tool, just add an option to make gestures to open the switch tab section.