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> > 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"
Tiny and simple, but very useful.
I like having the ability to block only third party images.
Thank you very much!
I have another request. It would be nice if there were an option that the button acts as a simple toggle between the "load all images" state and the "load no images" state. Currently, there are three states and the button cycles through them.
I ask this because I don't need the 2nd state ("load some images") at all.
Great. I've looked for this addon for a long time. My Internet connection is very slow so toggling images on/off is very necessary for me.
Very good plug-in, but it would be desirable that the condition of display of pictures was remembered separately for each site.
great add-on, I love to use.
very helpful in the search engine optimization!
Please upgrade this add-on to match new version of Firefox 4 beta 7 in which status bar has been removed.
I'm really happy to see this new version supporting Firefox 3.6, which also includes great improvements such as the new right-click menu on the icon for immediate setting changes, special options for animated images and the new icon for the mode "prevent third-party images from loading". Except for the above-mentioned slight difficulties distinguishing the new icon from the one for the mode "allow all images to load", this release works almost perfectly!
@oxk4r: after uninstalling QuickImage, you can access the option over menu "Edit" → "options" → tab "contents" → check box "load images"
great as it doesn't do what other image blockers do and not load alternative text for images.
but yes, yellow is a bad choice of colour for the icon in one state.
All images from Bing image search, the previews of SearchPreview plugin, and others dissapeared after install this extension. The uninstall didn't fix the problem. I had to install another image blocking extension (ImageBlock) to fix it.
The "Prevent third party images" icon is way too hard to distinguish from the "Allow all images" icon. The yellow borders on a light grey background is very hard to discern, and in the couple of weeks I've been using it, I have already failed to notice the yellow borders several times.
They should be replaced with maroon or dark green borders, or the blue main icon changed to another more obvious color.
Otherwise, it works just fine
Thanks a lot for a much needed addon. This addon is a life-saver for me, as I have very limited bandwidth during the daytime. So I often have to toggle the 'show images' setting. And it couldn't have been easier than this.
I highly recommend this addon to everybody who has a slow connection or limited bandwidth.
However, since the release of Firefox 3.6, all this addon does is HIDE the images, which still takes up the bandwidth. Thus it no longer fulfills its prime function. Hope it gets fixed soon! Otherwise, it's a perfect 5-star addon.
You have fixed the addon. Thanks a lot, mate. Now, I am back to using this wonderful addon :).
This is one of my favorite addons. Though, I do not use it anymore. It has a major bug that I hope it get fixed. Try opening an page in a new window, and the addon will block that page. Regards.
Really nice extension!
Would it be possible to show/hide images automatically without a page refresh (like Flash Killer does with flash objects)?
not working on saved pages
not working on saved pages
Simple, very smart add-on. The following features would be nice:
- right-clickablity on the status bar icon with a menu instead of having to cycle through the 3 options with a page refresh
- An option for disabling embedded video
Almost - the images and anything associated are gone (no marker, thumbnail, etc.). This is better than large blank boxes, but what I'm looking for is a way to remove huge placeholders from blog reading (for my netbook).
Perhaps I'm looking for a thumbnail/iconify images, but this is closest so far.
works exactly as expected, exactly what I was looking for :]
Simple and effective .. just as I like it !
when you open a page that contains images , then if you disabled the images ... it wouldn't disappear right on ... you must first reload the page .
Can you please fix that .. it would be great if it was like [opera] just one click and all images gone ..without reloading
Other thing...is to make independent button for every tab [Also like opera]
Thank you .
i hope whoever made this should definately continue on with it and make it compatible with later versions. It is extremely useful, especially for me, cos i nearly always hit my download limit halfway thru the month.
Really useful and saves you from navigating options if you want to disable images. One suggestion would be adding better icons (the FamFamFam silk icons that were linked in one of the reviews would be great)