- Rated 1 out of 5by Firefox user 17358023, 6 months agoDoesn't uninstall properly. Had to reinstall Firefox to unbreak pages using .webp
Developer responseposted 6 months agoThat's strange. Disabling the extension should prevent it from making any changes. Any chance that the "image.webp.enabled" preference somehow got set to false in about:config? (I don't recommend setting that preference to false.)
- Rated 1 out of 5by Firefox user 14160391, 7 months ago9gag still saves as webp and when I copy image and paste it, it still pastes it as webp
Developer responseposted 7 months agoFrom what I can see, 9gag uses a newer method of image substitution: a picture tag listing both webp and jpg options, and Firefox is choosing webp. This extension can't help with that issue. Currently, I recommend behind! to work with that design: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/behind/
- Rated 1 out of 5by Moltres Rider, a year agoDoes not even deserve 1 star. False advertisement. It DOES NOT strip images of webp. EVERY PNG and JPG file STILL downloads as webp. I tried like 20 different images from like 15 websites that are clearly JPG and PNG, ALL try to save as webp.
Developer responseposted 10 months agoWhen you enable the extension (stop sign showing) the Accept header should no longer list image/webp. You can check on https://www.jeffersonscher.com/res/jstest.php When you disable the extension (yellow warning triangle is showing), the extension doesn't strip out image/webp.
If yours doesn't work either way, I can think of two possible reasons:
(1) You are using a private window but didn't enable the extension to run in private windows. In this case, the stop sign/triangle toolbar button will be missing. See the following article to fix this problem: https://support.mozilla.org/kb/extensions-private-browsing
(2) There is a conflict between this extension and another extension or proxy that also modifies the Accept header. This could be hard to track down.