- Rated 3 out of 5by Pam Lamb, 4 months agoSnap fish would not let me resize the photo book after adding photos
Developer responseposted 4 months agoI am sorry that your Snapfish experience was unsatisfactory. CNET Shopping provides savings on your purchases, but any issues you have with a merchant, you should take up with that merchant.
- Rated 3 out of 5by Firefox user 14490558, a year agoI highly recommend Adblocker as it is very stable and after years of use I have determined that it is by far the best application for the process of blocking ads from within your internet browser application.
** Troubleshoot Adblocker PART I **
I didn't realize that I have been using this add-on for such a long period of time. As an adblocking add-on it is extremely stable. If you find that your bro2wser is allowing ads and you have this blocker enabled then here is how you can fix the problem:
1) Close browser, then after browser processes all stop restart the browser.
(The browser may complete an update that it downloaded and has been waiting for the browser to be restarted so that it can complete the update process. Chances are that all is well, now.
2) Does the problem persist? i.e. is the browser still passing adds to you?
Solve: Close firefox, SAVE ALL WORK, REBOOT PC. After it comes back do a second power cycle, RESTART, either from the logon prompt or from a desktop. (Sometimes PCs are holding onto updates or repair processes and they will run very slowly. If it has been some long period of tome since you last rebooted then allowing the OS to complete 2 consecutive reboots can be advisable. I find that it often bails me out of very slow systems or ADBLOCKER passing ads to me. when I have it activated.
3) Does ADBLOCKER still not function correctly?
click TOOLS, Add-ons and Themes, LOCATE THE ADD-ON near the top of the list. Left click the ... menu located to far right side of the add-on, left click REMOVE. Allow the add-on to remove itself. (I recommend closing all windows, saving all work and doing a system shutdown and allow the system to turn off.
- Rated 3 out of 5by User, 2 years agoIt does save money on occasion, but the constant pop-ups of useless info are really annoying - and there's no option to disable them without disabling the entire extension. Useless info being things like: 'you found the best deal!' or 'doesn't work for this page' or whatever. The ONLY time I want a pop-up is if there's opportunity for savings in excess of some threshold value of the item cost; say 5% or $5 - could be user variable in the settings! It'd also be great to be able to blacklist some vendors, like ebay. That said, I'm surprised there are so few users of this add-on. I wonder if there's a better one that I'm not aware of...
- Rated 3 out of 5by alvanx, 3 years agoI've used this extension for years and it's saved me quite a bit of money. Unfortunately, I've had to uninstall it as it messes up the HTML code of several websites with sticky top menus.
Developer responseposted 3 years agoYikes! That is certainly not our intent @alvanx! We pride ourselves on not interfering with merchants that we support. Would you mind sending us an email firstname.lastname@example.org and sharing which site(s) we interfered with? We'll be happy to get this fixed asap. Thanks.
- Rated 3 out of 5by Firefox user 13926604, 6 years agoMost of the time the results show the same one I've already picked out or something else entirely (ad?) although I only really look at it when I'm comparing it to what I'm actively purchasing or on pages that have nothing to do with a purchase. Otherwise, the main reason for three stars is everything I look up gets sent to Google search. I'll use this when this becomes more relevant and repaired.