Rated 4.6 out of 5
4.6 Stars out of 5
- by NicholasS, 2 years agoRated 3 out of 5@Firebreathing, I totally agree with your statement.
I feel uneasy about this new permission all of a sudden and disable the extension for the time being until the dev explains or I find a replacement.
Before "Access your data for all websites" permission was NOT needed.
- by rawat, 2 years agoRated 3 out of 509 June 2019 - This extenstion has started breaking down fb page. With this extenstion installed and enabled, and both modes on, I can't post comments on FB. I then starten ff in safe mode disabled-enabled all extensions one by one, finding that only this extension disabled removes that problem, so this is the culprit.
couldn't find any kind of link here, to go to its website and post bug there, hence had to post here.
previous review - Why doesn't it offer "enable" and/ or "absolute" as a default for all sites? it is sort of helping sites in principle to block normal browser tools. bad policy. thanks.
- by Firefox user 12655708, 2 years agoRated 5 out of 5Did what I wanted. Thanks. You should mention that the user selects what site(s) the extension operates on. As opposed to being all-site always-on, or having to toggle every time you visit the same site. Which means it requires an absolute minimum of effort from the user, which is great.