- by Firefox user 16255010, 4 months agoRated 4 out of 5Only one problem separates it from 5 stars: it works only for one session.
In the next session with firefox, the cross on the icon is there, but it doesn't block the images. One has to click 3 times on the icon again to reblock images.
- by Firefox user 14751441, 2 years agoRated 4 out of 5Nice extension; it does what it says it does. Would appreciate a blacklist (always block regardless of setting) and a whitelist (always allow regardless of setting), though.
- by Thany, 2 years agoRated 4 out of 5Works perfectly.
Author, can you please add support for darkmode? The icon in darkmode is still black, sitting on a dark grey toolbar. It's hard to see. To stay in line with other icons, it should be light grey in darkmode, and black(-ish) otherwise.
- by Firefox user 6976090, 2 years agoRated 4 out of 5I guess it does what it says on the box and is a darn sight more convenient than manually setting the permission.default.image attribute. However, it would be nice to introduce a feature to display selected images in-situ, on the webpage, possibly view a right-click option?
Just noticed that even though the icon shows images are blocked, when starting Firefox (Win 10 Pro 64-bit, FF 66.0.3) images are still displayed. I need to toggle the icon on/off to get it to work. Also, the "Reload on toggle" option doesn't stay checked. When I set it, then exit the add-ons page, then go in again, it's back to unchecked.
- by Firefox user 13721844, 3 years agoRated 4 out of 5This is better working than another competitor (after the old stuff stopped working).
Is there an option to load a webpage with pictures off by default?
or am I having a bug?
- by Ramez, 4 years agoRated 4 out of 5not working on all sites...even simple mail page shows images while enabling "image block"
EDIT: after update it works better but bug detected>>when pressing (enabling) image block icon and closing FF then opening it the X mark is still there indicating that image blocking is still active while it's not?