- Rated 4 out of 5by Pierre de Grenoble (France), 6 months agoI don't use the extension that much as I do not often download on the Internet but I appreciate to handle my few download in a much better way that I could with the minimalist download function integrated in Firefox. It has powerful features and a nice customizable interface. Just one concern for me: it prevents my browser to work correctly on Virustotal.com and this has been an issue for more than one year according to previous posters. My best workaround is to disable it in private browsing then to open a private window to use the Virustotal.com site. Not a big deal but really annoying...
- Rated 4 out of 5by Firefox user 12531706, 6 months agoUnfortunately, broken since Firefox revamped the downloads menu integration. (Firefox 98.0.1 at the moment).
Basically, control-J exclusively loads the default downloads window, no S3 shortcut works anymore, and the extension doesn't "catch" downloads anymore.
Sorry to have to report that!
- Rated 5 out of 5by ⱿeusOfTheCrows, 9 months agosome of the options don't apply properly (e.g. disabling gradients doesn't disable on clear button), but adds a feature from chromium that i sorely miss on ffx
- Rated 5 out of 5by sevenkul, 10 months agoIt is a great addon to manage downloads quickly. I wish that the right click menu included a "rename" item so that I could rename a downloaded file without opening the download folder or minizing browser window. Most of the time, I want to rename a file as its link appears on the web page.
- Rated 4 out of 5by Skywoolf, 10 months agoJust a minor problem. Some web pages have important data in the last line at the bottom of pages. Download Manager blocks the view of this line and has to be closed to see what is there. Not a big deal but a nice improvement if you can avoid it.