|User since||March 18, 2008|
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Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Pretty nice. It is basic, yet offers pretty much everything you will probably need (i.e. without frills and useless features to bulk it up). It saves me from installing and running a separate package such as Rainlendar.
Only request: I wish there was a bigger, clearer version of the calendar, maybe with a better indication of the day "contents" than just colouring. And if that was done, an extra button option to add to the toolbar to display this larger calendar (because the Windows XP calendar sucks to browse months and years).
I still give it a 4 out of 5 right now, because it does what it says on the tin, and I can't fault it on its current features.
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
Nice idea, but working erratically. I've seen it collapsing an email header but not the email, not collapsing quotes at all, not collapsing embedded quotes one within the other, etc.
So in a nutshell, it's a mixed bag: sometimes if the conditions are right (? don't ask me which) it will work nicely, but don't expect it to do so consistently.
I rate it 3/5 for encouraging the author into refining this nice idea.
Nice, but... Rated 2 out of 5 stars
There are two aspects about this add-on. Firstly, aesthetics. It looks great, so full marks for that. Secondly, and more importantly, functionality. Originally, I used this add-on to do away with the standard download window (as most people), which I always have to clear and close manually. Well, this add-on has no option to automatically remove the finished downloads and remove the bar once all downloads are finished. Therefore, I still have to clear/remove the bar, and doesn't meet the goal that I had in mind, i.e. popping up when downloads are active and disappearing when they are done.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.9.6.1).
Not that useful Rated 2 out of 5 stars
I used to use it, but do not anymore. Firstly, it does not offer significant advantages over normally clicking a file and if needed asking Firefox to open it up. Secondly, it feels more of an adware then a conveniently discrete add-on.
If you handle a lot of PDF files, it could be worthwhile. But for the few files I handle, this does not offer any value. I give it a 4 because I understand that others' experience may vary.
Great, except... Rated 2 out of 5 stars
It adds a lot of functionality, which mostly work. But at this rate it will be bigger than Firefox itself, and it seems to pose problems. For instance, I had some problems of tabs not being sized properly and seemingly expanding beyond the Firefox window, causing formatting problems. And I concur that a session manager should be a separate add on.
I just need an add-on that allows customising clicks on tabs and tabs bar, and this causes too many inconvenience to make it fit for this sole purpose. Too bad.
Complements my AdBlock Plus Rated 5 out of 5 stars
A gripe I've got with AdBlock Plus is that it doesn't seem to simply block pages, only content. Hence I use BlockSite to complement AdBlockPlus for this task, and it just does what it says on the tin.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.7).
Works=10 Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I give it a 10 because it works, it's lighter/leaner than Mouse Gestures, it's updated and getting better (unlike all-in-gestures), and it works with the spell checker for me.
Carry on the good work, but please do not bloat it (e.g. with diagonals gestures).
A gem surprisingly underated Rated 5 out of 5 stars
It's funny that the review of Dragonwhatever emphasizes why many people want to disable signatures and avatars in forums. Let me blunt but frank, we don't give a monkey's *beep* about your game stats.
I understand that if you are below the legal age to drive and drink alcohol, that you lack social and other skills and get bullied at school, signatures and avatars may make you feel like you're pumping up your ego within a virtual society. However, for many people, they are a waste of screen estate and bandwidth that render forums more difficult to explore while offering no real value.
I concur that this script needs an update to work more consistently with both phpBB and vBulletin based forums. But to offset the "OMG" review and to encourage the author, I'll give it a 10.
Pretty please with sugar on top, give us an update!