- by IvoryJam, 4 months agoRated 5 out of 5Fantastic, no longer do you have to add Sylish and ViolentMonkey to your browser, then worry about security.
The extension is security aware and transparent, active developer (!!!), and easy to write in.
- by howyay, 6 months agoRated 4 out of 5Great to see a lightweight unified userscript and userstyle manager, however one major complaint is missing CSS preprocessor(whatever stylus supports) for usercsses, please consider adding!
- by xtance, 9 months agoRated 4 out of 5How to "adapt" a script for this addon? I installed one script from greasyfork.org to download music from VK. It doesn't work and doesn't show any error messages. (Works fine in Greasemonkey).
I know that addon itself has nothing to do with that particular script, but since it links to greasyfork, I expected to have somewhat compatibility with those scripts.
Maybe there is a setting to allow script to download files? IDK. I thought so but couldn't find..
UPD: thanks for response! Do you mean I should create an issue on github? That script btw: https://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/38614-vk-media-downloader/code
- by Firefox user 15311851, 2 years agoRated 5 out of 5First time I create an account to write a review.
PLEASE, don't turn FireMonkey into VM or GM, we got those already.
Keep it simple AND SMALL, or provide a slim version.
Many addons started small then turned fat then died (at least for me).
All because users pressure coders to add more and more.
You can only trust code that you can read.
I only run one important user script, but it makes all the difference in the world.
- by Firefox user 13707739, 2 years agoRated 5 out of 5At GitHub I already expressed my gratitude to the Dev @erosman, so my review below is for potential new FireMonkey' users.
It is an add-on for smart users!
FireMonkey easily replaces several other add-ons, using just 20% of the resources (RAM, CPU etc). The improvements in browser performance, security and privacy are visible.
In addition, FireMonkey is the only add-on (in its class) really Open Source, with the express commitment of the Dev not to invade privacy.
Another advantage is that FireMonkey uses the latest newest API.
Those users who don't care about performance, security, privacy, etc., and want lights, garlands, colors, glitter and fancy stuff ... FireMonkey may not be for them.
Some of the other similar add-ons have many automated functions, while in FireMonkey some are manual. At first I felt intimidated. But in less than 2 days of use, without problems I got used to everything. Today with few days of use, it seems like I have FireMonkey for years. I had practically no problems in the transition and migration of all my other add-ons/scripts (CSS & JS).
FireMonkey is a minimalist add-on, but totally powerful. Virtually any difficulty in the transition of other add-ons can be solved in FireMonkey (or at least almost solved). By the way, every excellent add-on requires a small investment of time at the beginning. But it's just a one-time-task/job.
The Dev (@erosman) is very responsive, and replies very promptly at GitHub. The few problems I found, the Dev solved them on the same day.
FireMonkey is not perfect, and it will undoubtedly have a path of evolution. But today, I can't imagine going back to use all the add-ons FireMonkey replaced.
Do you have doubts? Fears? Take a simple test!... it'll be difficult to repent.
Here I am giving 5 stars because it is the maximum, but FireMonkey deserves all the possible stars.
Attached a review from GHacks: https://www.ghacks.net/2019/09/10/firemonkey-uses-firefoxs-official-api-for-userscripts-and-userstyles/
- by Iain Cheyne, 2 years agoRated 3 out of 5Will be good, but right now doesn't compete with Tampermonkey. Needs easier method to install scripts than pasting in the code.