Rated 4.2 out of 5
4.2 Stars out of 5
- by Firefox user 15282137, 4 months agoRated 2 out of 5Save all images option has a confusing interface, does not offer remember download locatioin, pops up as many "save as" windows as there are images, and does not offer to add numbered file naming, thus continously leading to naming conflicts.
- by The Beard Below My Chin, 2 years agoRated 5 out of 5Very good. It's actually a neat idea. If you don't need to open an external website/application for basic operations.
Is it out of the scope of this add-on to add more advanced operations like: resize image, crop image, color processing (hue,saturation,etc) and drawing?
When I go to save/copy a rotated image, it gives out the original unmodified version. (using nightly)
Save Page WE addon properly saves the modified image.At the moment, the edit is designed as a visual aid. The effect is achieved by applying styles to change the way image is displayed by the browser. It does not change the image itself.
More options can be added, if there is a demand for it and it can be achieved by the same method.
I will see if it is possible to save the edited image.
- by Firefox user 14066358, 2 years agoRated 5 out of 5hah! Rated it before the update finished. It now rotates finally. Good addon.You can rotate 180°.
Left & Right and 180° would cover all 90° rotations i.e. 90° - 180° - 270°
Please post your queries to the support topic so that they can be properly discussed.
- by Kwanonn, 2 years agoRated 3 out of 5Works well if you set a default folder for downloads, but if like me you want to be asked where a download should be saved, then Firefox will ask that for EACH file simultaneously like an idiot, a popup nightmare and an astounding bad user experience. What are you thinking at Mozilla!?
RESPONSE 1: When I tried to download image links on a page with 32 images, it DID opened simultaneously 32 prompts, a nightmare. After your response I even tried with a fresh Firefox profile (no add-on, no setting) with the same result. Then I even tried with different settings and I think I found the problem: You may have overlooked the Firefox settings. By default Firefox is configured to ask where to download files, if I set a default directory then nothing is asked. But I (and many others) certainly don't want to use an add-on that force me to change the way I manage my downloads, so you definitely need to change something, like ask for a folder in that case.
RESPONSE 2: Thank you for your response. I have seen Mozilla do a lot of dumb moves, but throwing away its successful extension ecosystem to build a crappy API that can't even download a file properly makes me die a little inside... Well, I think I will need to switch for another browser to find what I need if the API is so badly designed. I will update my review. Thank you again for your efforts! :)FoxyImage does NOT ask where to save the image.
Thank you for the added information.
As I said, FoxyImage does not have any code to ask where to save it.
It is Firefox that is asking you where to save the file since you have not set it in its preferences.
The WE Download API ONLY allows saving to default folder. There is NO other way in WebExtension. If you have decided not to set a default folder, or set "Always ask you where to save files", then the Download API does not have any option but to ask you. Add-ons can not change this Firefox behaviour.
- by Kat, 2 years agoRated 4 out of 5Hello. Your add-on is really cool. I just really really really need an option to set saving location even if it's an "save images to" option where I have to put it to one place. Because my normal download directory is my desktop. Can you imagine what happens when 100 images are saved on my desktop? :'D Not to mention I'll not be able to find any other download files if I download several things at a time.Please don't mark the add-on down for a feature request or support queries.
Please post all support questions/requests to the support topic.
The WebExtension API doesn't have the option. I can make it to ask for each one but that is even worse.