- Rated 1 out of 5by Peter Kehl, 3 years agoIt freezes my Firefox at startup. I have over 3000 (three thousand) tabs. Normally Firefox takes 10-15 seconds to start. But with Disconnect it was hanging for several minutes!
- Rated 1 out of 5by Firefox user 13009376, 3 years agow programie brak przycisku, dezaktywującego funkcje go dla danej strony, trzeba przeklikiwać kilka przycisków
- Rated 1 out of 5by ffuser33, 3 years agoIt's overly simplistic in its categorizations and therefore breaks things more often than not.
- Rated 1 out of 5by Firefox user 15473750, 3 years agoBreaks all google sites - including agenda.
No option at all (white liste for example).
Not managable at all.
So, can't use it !
- Rated 1 out of 5by Firefoss, 4 years agoBeware. This is not open source. It is written at the bottom of their own page: https://github.com/disconnectme/disconnect
- Rated 1 out of 5by Firefox user 14783570, 4 years agoDid not make pages load any faster than before. Also, breaks all google sites - content in drive, youtube, etc does not show up and when I got to a google doc by having a link directly sent, I could not type anything.This is very strange behavior, definitely not normal and we can't reproduce. Any details you could send to firstname.lastname@example.org would be appreciated. Thank you.
- Rated 1 out of 5by Firefox user 14739314, 4 years agoWhy do you not have options - this new update caches pages - and I don't want that - sure, some might - hence the need for choices.
so - uninstalled.
- Rated 1 out of 5by SlidingHorn, 4 years agoDeceptive licensing, dead project (no updates in over a year), and does not play nicely with other privacy enhancing add-ons.We are updating the protection lists regularly and have also updated the extension. Not dead. Also what deceptive licensing practices are you alleging?
- Rated 1 out of 5by Lonser, 4 years agoThe Addon is dead, no Updates since 2 years, better use Ublock Origin and Privacy BadgerWe update the protection lists regularly and have also updated the extension. Not dead.
- Rated 1 out of 5by Firefox user 14112306, 4 years agoAfter a while the Disconnect icon turns to a jigsaw icon. That does Firefox incapable to connect any site. I don't know what happens but it's grazy!Hmm, this is not a known bug. Can't reproduce. Are you running updated version of Firefox?
- Rated 1 out of 5by Firefox user 14053565, 5 years agoUsed it for 2 years, but now it started collecting data and sending it back to their server. Something has changed and it's different to before. Basically, now it's spyware. So, beware, monitor outgoing traffic from your PC.
- Rated 1 out of 5by Firefox user 13971196, 5 years agoPas d'icône, bien que l'extension ait été installée avant ADBlock.
- Rated 1 out of 5by Firefox user 11640498, 5 years agoThe "content" option should be blocked by default!
If an user found that it breaks websites, then he might have the option to unblock "content".
It is a shame to force all users to behave as soft-users. You are downgrading users to the same low level.
Also, if you don't block "content" by default, then why do you count "content" as blocked?
It should not appear at the counter in the icon.
It is a shame (if not a scum) to do that.
And worst, if an user blocks "content", why the add-on doesn't remember/respect user' choice after browser restarting?
Why users must block same "content" at every session?
... just crazy!... so mediocre!
And you are hearing from us users, the same complains every year... and nothing, zero changes, zero improvements.
You deserve zero stars due to your blindness along so many years.
- Rated 1 out of 5by Firefox user 13666733, 5 years agoThe license for this add-on is falsely stated here as GNU GPL 3.0. This add-on in fact also includes two proprietary (non-free, not open source) third-party software products, as stated on the add-on's github page (https://github.com/disconnectme/disconnect). Claiming that the add-on is free software and licensed exclusively under GNU GPL 3.0 is highly deceptive, dishonest and inaccurate. Please rectify this and include the licenses of all software parts of the add-on on its official Mozilla Firefox add-ons page.
I've now reported this issue to the authors, to email@example.com, via the form on its AMO page and on Mozilla's forum (https://discourse.mozilla.org/t/information-about-add-on-stated-incorrectly-by-authors-on-amo/23377). All with no effect, the mistake remains. Apparently any add-on developer can just claim anything they want about their add-on, there is no control. It's good to be aware that addons.mozilla.org can't be trusted and doesn't really care to provide accurate information about add-ons.