Small Fixer-Upper of an update? Rated 5 out of 5 stars

All right, folks, time for an updated review!Here's the address for those of you who only care about following hyperlinks and not taking the time to even read the reviews before you write one:http://www.bootleq.com/noise/For anyone looking to take the noise floor up from total silence in FF,this add-on delivers better than any Domino's or Hungry Howie's Pizza!A. Have plenty of wave files around.B. be ready to read the event reference and filter pages on Bootleq's Noise site; They can easily yield some close to 30, if not more, events.And the filters? Since they only trigger when they're true, sounds can be easily set for individual http errors, like 401, 403, 404, 500, etc...C. Find a lot of time on your hands; The Noise Preferences dialog feels deceptively simple, but you can easily get drunk after an hour or more playing 'round with new ideas.And before anyone writes me off to the local landfill? i should inform you all fine folks of a small confession:i'm really a totally blind Windows user;Totally blind since birth.Sounds are an absolute must in my daily life on the computer.I've got sets of sounds assigned to Windows events, Skype, TeamTalk, a full-time screen reader known as Jaws (no wait, now NVDA full-time) and what's this?Video game sounds save the day once again in FireFox 26 as i'm writing this with Noise 1.3.3;Sounds from various Genesis games like Mortal Kombat 3, Sonic the Hedgehog, Streets of Rage, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Tournament Fighters;Yup? Few from each conveying the going-on since i cannot see the screen at all, let alone stare at the text on a web page.Actually used to use FF3.6 initially as a laugh and was blown away by the whole concept.Before i go any further, take the time to read one or two pages, get a few error codes, tick or clear some checkboxes (DOES NOT APPLY in DIALLOG BOXES, ONLY WEBPAGES), and this add-on's gonna kick some very serious tail in the Celeberty Death Match department, lol.Small note about adding events:Make a big note of where you're sitting in the tree.I say that because the events you're about to add to the tree (whether manual or from the events guide) will get dropped just above the event you're currently sitting on in the tree.The less drag and drop I have to do, the better.Speaking of drag and drop, Bootleq, I'd like to be able to use Alt_Up Arrow or Alt+Down Arrow to resort the events in the tree.I don't always have access to a mouse, and those keystrokes just seem to work beautifully for me.Also, how is it possible to underline letters in the buttons, say, the A for Add..., the E for Edit, the P for Play, the D for Disable and the R for Remove or Erase?
That way, i can do Alt+A for tapping Add..., Alt+E for Edit, etc...
As a small curiosity, wonder if sounds could be added when an item is made true or false (in my case by tapping the space bar over it);That shouldn't just apply to the main tree, but also, to the Events Guide, that way I know I definitely am about to add events to the main tree?Also, Bootleq, if you don't mind, I'd like to update your default Events guide with two (or more likely three or more) events that just from my travels I figure people might want to hear; You know, like the damned 404, the 502 or the 509?Like this one:noise-WebProgress-stop&subject.QueryInterface(Components.interfaces.nsIHttpChannel).responseStatus=='404'(think these were Event Topic via AddObserver)Or perhaps, a little something like:RadioStateChange&event['target'].checked==trueCheckboxStateChange&event['target'].checked==trueCheckboxStateChange&event['target'].checked==falseAll three codes are Browser Event (via GBrowser.AddEventListener)?These three only will trigger when a form control is changed, so it happens literally in realtime, no questions asked.Bootleq, if you ever read this (if your eyes don't get tired first from all the praise ), your radio button and checkbox state change events are flawless!Like a flawless victory on Mortal Kombat, following an ultimate fatality!I.E., i'm guessing the rating system for the review is a series of radio buttons (I.E., where i can only click 1 at a time from 1 to 5 stars).Neato!Muy bien!And in case i didn't mention it already,take the time to read theEvents Reference andEvents Filterpages on Bootleq's Noise site!Absolute paramount for getting the most shock and awe in to your FireFox sound stage!I'll be lookin', (I mean, listenin'...

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.2.6).