This has been a great add on for Fire Fox right up to ver 57.0 Quantum. If it does not get updated, Oh well. I thank you for all the time it has saved me in the past.
But it is! I've been using this for years in my exiting 48.0.2 but I want/need to create a clean profile for other reasons. So why is it marked as incompatible and why do all even older versions say they're incompatible too?
Using 48.0.2 because I still use OSX 10.6.7.
It is not compatible with e10s (multi-process) so it is useless now.
Please update this for e10s.
Works as described and is small.
However, it adds styling around the addresses which covers up parts of the source web page. Frequently covers up phone numbers and other important text around addresses.
I recently moved and use this constantly to find directions to places I need/want to go to. Just had to add my home address under "Options", highlight an address I find on the internet, and then choose "map to this" on the context menu.
A couple options I would like to see: bypass driving directions and go directly to public transport/biking/walking directions (if possible) and ability to map to different directions.
Waste of time
I don't see a way to revise my earlier review, but after looking for other FF4 alternatives and not finding one I was happy with, I decided to just install this in my FF 4.0.1 environment to see what happens and it works fine!
Great add on. I have gone back to 3.6 for other reasons but I am so glad to have this working again without having to resort to the compatibility add on.
Would you consider making a YouTube this add on that works the same way. I find that I am constantly wanting to do one of three things with text items I highlight in a web page. 1. search Google 2. Map an address and 3. search YT. I have right click functionality for all except YT. I find when trying to see what something loos like or how it works YT is often the best source for that info.
Great product, was best mapping addon but not yet available for FF4, considering regress to 3.6
A great time saver!
Map This and other extensions that I have tested do not allow you to type an address into a search field, highlight the text and then map it. Other extensions (Mapit, etc.) did allow this in the past. It was great because I could open a new tab to my home page, which include a search box, then type the address and map it. Since most of my mapping is done this way, the add-on has little value to me. Hopefully a simple fix can be incorporated in the next build.
Map It is awesome.
Feature request: Multiple Home addresses.
It works great if you live in UK or US.
But if you want to use another Google server, you need to do:
1) Edit prefs.xul and add a new mapthis-maptype radiogroup with a value greater than 2
2) Edit mapmenu.js and add in mapMenu() and mapToMenu() the new case value replacing "http://maps.google" + countryExt with "http://maps.google.fr" or any server you want
Highlight an address and map it. Just what I wanted!
Does exactly as it says - nice and simple - just what is wanted. Thank you
Does exactly what I want it to do - pulls up Google maps when I highlight an address on a page.
Simple yet perfect. Use it all the time, thanks!!
I LOVE this extension. Super easy to use and is a great timesaver when browsing sites that use a map service you do not care much for. Just highlight the address and right click to map it or map to it from your default address.
I love it, I can find all my addresses on Google map with a singleclick
This is the extension I can't do without. Easiest and most convenient mapping ext. there is. Thanks so much for the update - I would have stayed with 2.0 otherwise.
Simple extension that I find incredibly useful.
Until and unless the author resurfaces to fix this, you can force it to work in v3 by downloading the XPI file, re-naming it to .ZIP, find the file named "install.rdf" inside the zup and edit it with a text editor. Change the veriable em:maxVersion to 3.0, save it, put it back into the zip and rename the zip back to XPI. Then drag that file into your add-ons window to install it.
does what it says, but similar functionality can be accomplished without this add-on: just set editor.singleLine.pasteNewlines to 2 in about:config , and addresses that span multiple lines will paste correctly into input boxes.