- by Firefox user 15414616, 3 months agoRated 1 out of 5It said to put in the urls of the videos. I did. I clicked to download and it downloaded them so fast that I knew it hadn't downloaded anything. I clicked on one and the computer couldn't open it because, duh, the file extension was "file" and there wasn't really anything there.
- by circcc, 4 months agoRated 1 out of 5I removed this addon.
Some sites like virustotal.com is not working as Sopor said below, and some sites require multiple attempts to load. so, I recommend remove this addon.
- by Kelue, 4 months agoRated 3 out of 5Very useful except for one big flaw: no option to disable the confirmation window when you open a file. I clicked on it, yes I want to open it, you don't need to waste my time with a pop-up window.
- by harl windwolf, 5 months agoRated 4 out of 5This works well and is helpful altogether, BUT I'd really prefer if it were possible for it to be put on a separate bar without it having to append code to every page.
I know this isn't this extension's fault and a limitation that came with Mozilla's transition to WebExtensions..
The appended bar sadly overlaps the URL tooltips when they're shown at the bottom of the page as well (which is the default behaviour for Firefox).
Also, it's missing an option to disable the dialogue that pops up whenever a file is opened or executed directly from the bar. The dialogue counts as an actual window that is then added to the list of closed windows. We should avoid that.