Review by Firefox user 13007505
- Rated 2 out of 5by user, 9 months agoI don't understand why anyone needs this over Developer Tools and Inspector tab.
Users have to refresh a page. I don't see how this add-on adds anything over Developer Tools and Inspector tab.
- Rated 4 out of 5by Firefox user 15145332, a year agoits good and have a nice idea, but it is not persistent if you reload the page the object will appear again
- Rated 5 out of 5by Beachbubba, a year agoAbsolutely my number 1 "must have" extension for Firefox. I sincerely hope the developer continues to support this add-on. 5 Stars!
- Rated 5 out of 5by trpez, 3 years agovery good addon to hide advertisment.
any chance to make a mobile version? it would be even more useful on a mobile device.
- Rated 4 out of 5by DK, 3 years agoWorks pretty well, except the "Toggle X to remove" option doesn't work on many websites. I think it might be that they're intercepting the keypress or something.
Would be great to get that fixed!
- Rated 5 out of 5by grahamperrin, 3 years agoRe: https://web.archive.org/web/20191228045914/https://addons.mozilla.org/en-GB/firefox/addon/nuke-anything-enhanced/reviews/1325466/
Where (reviewer) ander could not nuke a sidebar, I had no difficulty. The context menu worked as expected.
Nuke Anything 2.4 added to home-built Waterfox Classic 2019.12.
- Rated 2 out of 5by ander, 4 years agoIt's OK... It removes some stuff, but definitely not all—even stuff it can select, which is mysterious. For example, the annoying fold-out, non-closable sidebar here:
It can select (highlight) the sidebar, so it knows what code's generating it—so it should be able to block that code, right? You'd think so, anyway. But no. Go figure.
[Edit] I'm afraid I've had to lower my rating to 2 stars now. This extension used to be great, but it really seems to have fallen behind.
- Rated 4 out of 5by Firefox user 14753181, 4 years agoWorks fine. Would be 5 stars if the documentation was complete.
For some reason, it is not documented anywhere that the way to use this extension is to press alt+shift+x. Nowhere in the documentation is this mentioned. Not on the settings page or the public web page for the add-on. I found it buried deep in these reviews in the form of a reply from the author.
You could replace all the other text on the addon page with "Activate by pressing alt+shift+x" and the addon would become 10x more useful.
DOCUMENT THE MAIN FUNCTION!