Won't move, won't disable/delete & only works on some sites... Rated 2 out of 5 stars

As has been noted in other reviews:

This extension's icon won't allow itself to be moved from the right most end of the tool bar thus pushing the dreadful menu icon out of the corner where it belongs.

I stopped using it because it wouldn't work on so many sites. Once in a while when a site doesn't have images I'll discover that it was accidentally turned on.

My personal gripe:
This extension won't uninstall, even if I reinstall it and try again.

AVOID this extension at all costs! There are other extensions that do the same thing with fewer headaches!

DISCONTINUED Rated 1 out of 5 stars

. . . and no longer supported.

5 of 5 Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Simply and effectively - thanks!

thx !!!! Rated 5 out of 5 stars

this actually save me,i couldnt for nothing figure out why did my net stop showing images,instantly after download i clicked the button for compatibility after i refreshed an it worked!

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There's a bug in Firefox that affects this add-on Rated 4 out of 5 stars

> Tried it, didn't work on several sites

This extension is not to blame, Firefox has a bug "img tag with srcset attribute bypasses permissions.default.image=2"

What a disaster Rated 2 out of 5 stars

Tried it, didn't work on several sites [huffingtonpost etc.], so uninstalled. Then the fun began. FF wouldn't show images at all. So had to uninstall it, and painstakingly reinstall all my extensions. ARG!

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

I don't know why this addon is labeled a Featured addon. You can not move the button. It just sticks up there. Why is this un-standard addon a Featured addon?
I have been redownloading it every now and then hoping that this "sticking" thing will be fixed but it is not.
I suggest this alternative:

Few websites dodging this addon Rated 4 out of 5 stars

1) Many thanks for this superb addon. It's simple yet very effective.
2) It was working completely fine until I updated my FF to 38.0.5. Now I noticed that images such as .png, .svg on Wikipedia are loaded even when addon is enabled. Similarly, thumbnails on Google and DuckDuckgo search are also visible. What's more, there are other websites like this(http://www.androidpit.com/best-apps-for-monitoring-system-performance-on-your-android-device) which loaded all those big images.
3) It is because of this issue I'm waiting to give it 5-star. Please consider correcting this issue.

Once again, this addon is great!

Works great except with Facebook and Google Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Works great for a lot of thing except google images and youtube thumbnail previews on google searches. Now facebook video previews are also bypassing the blocking.

Very useful. A great add-on! Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Not only it blocks image contents but also makes wider the page. You wont see empty white spaces! Keep it up!

Does what it tells Rated 4 out of 5 stars

This is a pretty good add-on, it completely disables any type of images of the websites. I find out pretty useful, since there are plenty of websites that I do not want to see their content or not being clustered with images by other people that I don't care by much. With this, I'm also avoiding to save images that I like simply by not seeing them, since this add-on disables any type of images.

I just wish there were more options for it. An exception list for websites would become very handy.

Works perfectly Rated 5 out of 5 stars

re person (below) who stated "right now in Firefox you cannot unblock images without resetting Firefox totally" the only thing that is "totally" is the word untrue regarding his statement. You need only "refresh" the browser (usually the F5 key) to toggle on/off. And this is so not just with this but with all the image blockers. Is no big deal, takes 2 secs.

allow excepitons Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Please allow exceptions on specific sites, say news.google.com or search result page of reddit.com.
I'm on edge network and it helps me a lot. But why are you so fuckin adamant to ALWAYS 'keep it simple'? Its not 'simple' to operate at all. I've to constantally toggle it on n off.

For gods sake, allow exceptions please.

shortcut Rated 3 out of 5 stars


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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Nice addon. I hope someone can create an addon that can unblock images. Because right now in Firefox you cannot unblock images without resetting Firefox totally.

「Security」対策用途とは異なり、「快適化」が主眼のアイテムのようだ Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Mozilla 推奨の「セキュリティー対策アイテム」だったので、試用してみたが・・・

(Flash-contentsなどに仕組まれたマルウェアなどからの)Security 対策ならば、「NoScript」と「Flash Control」の併用を推奨します。
④画像を Block することで、接続・読み込みの「高速化を実現させる」
などの 「快適化」を図る目的が主眼のアイテムのようだ。

Simple to use Rated 3 out of 5 stars

It is really simple to use, as you use one button to control all the websites you serve, but how ever there are still things that can be done:
- It can have an exception list of websites
- It can have option to sync that list with firefox sync

Image Block 2.1 is a fantastic way to clean up your browsing experience Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Love this Add-on. Would to have it available in IE and Chrome as well.

works, but very basic Rated 4 out of 5 stars

It's basically just a shortcut to set the about:config permissions.default.image value.

- actually prevents the images from being downloaded (as opposed to hiding them after they're downloaded)

- toolbar icon is fixed to the far right. Should be able to move it or hide it.
- if you've already loaded the page, you cannot hide the images by toggling the button. You have to reload the page again (and vice versa).

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Ничего не настраивается, даже место иконки... Image-Show-Hide при том же размере имеет настройки (но тут иконка сама по себе более уместная)