- by Firefox user 13868576, 3 years agoRated 1 out of 5Really poor extension. Fails to complete function most of the time, no progress indicator available for downloading all loaded images.
Doesn't even compete with the extension it was trying to replace. Absolutely awful.
- by mawriz, 3 years agoRated 1 out of 5Cannot download chunked streaming videos and combine them. This is bad because many websites today use that technology. It does show them as individual download links but I don't want to download 10 videos and combine them manually.
- by Firefox user 12597056, 3 years agoRated 1 out of 5I think this author needs a reality-check. Trying to download a simple gallery from an active tab, I have "images" box ticked and it is now trying to extract JSON files from Evernote, Office and other background tabs. Total waste of space. Uninstalling now.
- by Firefox user 13845334, 3 years agoRated 1 out of 5malisimo
nunca se instala en firefox 58
no pierdan el tiempo
espero la version compatible de thealldownload
ese si que es una maquina de bajar archivos!!!!!
- by martinr, 3 years agoRated 1 out of 5This add-on was suggested as a replacement for DownThemAll!, but it doesn't even come close. It can't grab multiple download items on a page. It can't even download one file on a page.
- by Firefox user 13801775, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5While yeah, there is some noticeable downsides (for most of them fault solely o webextension api) it does it's job. And this is all I need. Thank you.
- by Firefox user 13797059, 3 years agoRated 1 out of 5The purpose of an addon like this is to quickly and easily download all the files, or a filtered subset of files, on a page with minimal user intervention.
I should not have to reload the page.
I should not have to rename each file one by one as it downloads, to avoid overwriting. It's bog-simple to detect an existing filename and append a 'copy' string to the end, at minimum.
This utterly fails to meet even basic requirements. -1. Fix the user experience, because user experience is 101% of the value of any software product. Ever. No matter how clever the code in the background is, if it sucks to use, it will fail. Just look at the vitriol you get. You earned that with your bad design decisions. Replace your management, and try again.