- Rated 5 out of 5by The Disintegrator, 13 days agoThank you Thank you Thank you!
webp might be nice to allow smaller images, but when I want to download them it's a pain. Almost no program knows how to handle webp images
Any chance you can make is work in FF mobile? pretty please
Developer responseposted 13 days agoSomeone once told me how to test extensions on mobile but it was a bit beyond me. The code is open source, so someone who knows the ropes certainly could port it over.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Zachario, 25 days agoFantastic. Works exactly as described so far, only issue I ran into is you have to restart firefox for it to work after installing, but this might be a thing with all addons.
Don't mind the 1-star reviews: some people just aren't very smart and they put the blame on the program rather than the user.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Alter, 4 months agoOverall very nice to have. Recently I've had to disable it though as it's been causing issues blocking me from accessing Patreon. Could we get a way to exempt certain sites from the addon in the future?
Edit: Haven't heard anything from Patreon yet, but thank you for the exemption ability and being so open and responsive to feedback! Zero problems, have that 5th star!
Developer responseposted 4 months agoUPDATE: Added an exemption for Patreon (patreon.com, www.patreon.com) in version 0.8. Hope that works for you.
Thank you for the suggestion. I looked at how to do it and there is are a lot of user interface bits to build out, so it's going to take a little while.
Meanwhile, I don't know why a website would be concerned about the changes to the Accept header -- perhaps they look suspicious when image/webp and/or image/avif is removed? If you hear anything from Patreon about it, please let me know.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Firefox user 17276228, 6 months agoExcellent, get rid of webp, heic and all that proprietary rubbish. Stop ruining the web and computing, else in a few years nothing will work any more !
- Rated 5 out of 5by The_Original_Alex_Portnoy, 8 months agoFundamentally, I like webp, but display considerations have to be accounted for. Irvanview64, with all the plug-ins installed, still doesn't play webp for me, and if I transfer images to my phone, I'm not sure how they'll display there. I asked r/firefox on reddit, and this extension got two quick recommendations. I tested it on Vanity Fair and the images I saw in webp were now jpegs. It works, and that's all I can ask for.