- Rated 4 out of 5by Luma, 5 days agoLove this add-on but, they've tagged @NibbyNibs on Twitter as red (Meaning unsafe) even though they are someone who I believe is trans. Strongly support the idea of this add-on, but please do some more research on the people flagged!
- Rated 4 out of 5by lord pumpkin, 23 days agothis add on is amazing and i often recommend it.
please let us know if you are working on a fix for the tumblr dashboard only blog problem, we cannot flag TERFs anymore
- Rated 4 out of 5by Valdinia, 7 months agoFor the most part it has worked great, but recently on some tumblr pages everyone is marked on red, even people I know for a fact are trans or trans friendly. I repeat: this only happens on certain pages, not all, so I'm not at all sure if it's just the page's theme interacting poorly with the extension or what.
I am curious about how the data to mark people is verified, though; so far I've not run across inaccuracies but then most of the time I wouldn't know. I hope there is some verification process even if it sounds like a labour intensive process.
- Rated 4 out of 5by kimmie, a year agoI installed this to make my twitter reading less irritating, which it has. I just wish there was an option to select which websites you want to be affected. As it stands, it red flags Al-Qaeda and the Nazi Party in Wikipedia articles, which is low-key hilarious, but also completely unnecessary.
- Rated 4 out of 5by Nebulaic, a year agoThis is an incredibly useful extension, but I'm not sure how useful the trans-friendly filter really is. It seems pretty easy for people to get flagged green for a cursory gesture of solidarity despite being generally neutral on trans rights at best and connected to known transphobes at worst. I'm not sure I support taking it away entirely because there have been occasions where it did actually clarify some things, but maybe stricter criteria is necessary.
- Rated 4 out of 5by Amber Alex, a year agoFlawed but mostly good. I noticed a handful of false positives (something the developer says on their website is to be expected), but overall, so far it has accurately and correctly identified trans-friendly users. Due to my already extensive blocking habits, I've yet to see many red names, but the ones it has marked so far were correct, and mostly people I had already identified as such and blocked.
- Rated 4 out of 5by Firefox user 16961880, a year agogenuinely really useful to find out who's worth giving a shit about and who isn't! one feature i'd suggest is an option to automatically block those who are marked red as it'd be cool if i could be able to stop running into them before i've even run into them or whatevs. otherwise a very useful addon!
- Rated 4 out of 5by Jasmine, 2 years agoIs totally awesome, would be nice if only spaces would be flagged green to prevent those flagged red from abusing the point of the app. That's my only complaint, it's good at what it does!
- Rated 4 out of 5by Firefox user 14801925, 4 years agoits really great but sometimes the coloring of the names has small display issues, on tumblr and wikipedia (and other sites that use wikipedia's format) the names and profile pictures have small borders around them and that looks kinda weird.
also it's really weird that ContraPoints is marked as trans-friendly by default when she frequently dives headfirst into transmedicalist rhetoric, throwing nonbinary people under the bus in the process.
- Rated 4 out of 5by Firefox user 14635792, 4 years agoThe app works well. The only issue I'm encountering is that it blocks my Twitter profile header from appearing above my avatar on the Twitter home page.
Developer responseposted 4 years agoI see. That's a side effect of clearing profile-specific color/style customization, that would otherwise interfere with the ability to distinguish the colored links. Thank you for reporting this issue.