Rated 1 out of 5 stars
So developer, in effect, what you're saying is that if I already have Adblock running then this plug-in is pointless. There's no use in having it.
Well that's good to know. I'll be sure to tell the others that.
Nope, the review still stands Rated 1 out of 5 stars
And I still appreciate the warning whether you like it or not Foxtail. This sounds like a repeat of the old OptimizeGoogle plug-in from a couple of years ago. Good ideas that ultimately failed. You can see a review of that one in my profile.
Of course I have Adblock Plus already installed. Who doesn't? It's the first plug-in I have installed for any build of Firefox.
And since this plug-in's warnings are disabled by Adblock, I have no real way of knowing whether it's actively working in the background or not everytime I visit a webpage.
Maybe he should FIX THAT and then I'll raise my rating. Ya hear that, developer?
Anyway, I'm done here.
More reading, less trolling
There’s nothing to fix. If you’re already blocking Google with Adblock Plus, there’s nothing for Google Disconnect to block and nothing for Google Disconnect to indicate.
But I repeat myself.
If you wanted Google Disconnect to handle your Google blocking, you could change your Adblock Plus settings.
Thanks for the insight, Foxtail Rated 1 out of 5 stars
The Google Disconnect icon never appears so we don't know if this plug in works or not with Adblock enabled, now do we?
Sounds like another EPIC FAIL
If ABP is already blocking Google, there’s nothing left for GDC to block!
As I replied below, the order of add-on installation matters. If you installed ABP first, there may be no Google resources left for Google Disconnect to block and no reason to show an icon.
By the way, you should really fix the tone of your reviews. As Steve Jobs asked, what have you done that’s so great?