- by gwho, a month agoRated 5 out of 5all the features. easy to use. gestures map to U D L R and not custom wiggles, which is perfect.
one thing i really appreciate is they shows all the gestures possible on one screen and you fill them in instead of having only the ones enabled show, and each gesture having to search from a dropdown list. that's so annoying and unnecessaary. Foxy Gestures really has thought through features and UI.
It also has custom scripting and a nice big scam warning for safety and security. They really did think of everything.
One thing I would suggest is to be able to clear/erase a gesture instead of having to do a workaround to clear it. The workaround is assigning a gesture you already have mapped, then assigning the gesture to the actual action you want. That empties the first gesture so that it is not mapped to anything. Just make it a direct empty/clear button instead.
- by Ansive, 5 months agoRated 4 out of 5I have set firefox to open new tabs in the right side (at the end) using about:config setting
browser.tabs.insertRelatedAfterCurrent = TRUE
Foxy Gestures worked correctly as far back as I can remember.
But today Foxy Gestures started opening the tab directly next to the current one. It seems to ignore the setting browser.tabs.insertRelatedAfterCurrent
CTRL+T or the new tab button still opens the tab as expected.
- by andario2007, 5 months agoRated 4 out of 5I´ve been using this extension for years, and I think it´s the VERY BEST mouse gestures addon for Firefox.
On the other hand, my extension stopped working several months ago, being completely unresponsive, thus forcing me to migrate to Gesturefy, which I don´t like as much, but always worked without issues.
It was not until I disabled and deleted this addon and its preferences, reinstall and reconfigured everything from scratch, that I could use it again.
Working great with the latest version of FF as we speak, which is something I haven´t seen in a long time.