- by Firefox user 15727928, 10 months agoRated 2 out of 5I really want this to be good. but it doesnt have PgDn, PgUp, Arrow keys up down left right, basically anything that you would WANT to keybind.
because you dont wanna keybind letters. you wanna keybind things that you dont press normally. but they dont recognize the keystrokes.
please add every key on a normal sized, keypad, arrow key keyboard. and once you do that, every single one of these non 5 star reviews will improve
- by Infinity, a year agoRated 1 out of 5This is exactly what I've been looking for on Firefox. The features and settings look great but in practice it's totally useless because it does absolutely nothing and won't work under any circumstances. The extension displays my saved hotkeys (and their corresponding actions) but NONE of the shortcuts ever work.
- by Firefox user 14628831, a year agoRated 1 out of 5Would have been great, if only [;'\ were allowed for mapping to. This tell me that it's either bad implementation of good code, bad code, or technical limitations on part of gecko or firefox. Either way, this is useless, if you can't use your preferred keys.
- by bb, a year agoRated 2 out of 5Seems to be ported from Chrome, in a sloppy, as it has references to it, and WON'T LET YOU OVERRIDE THE DEFAULTS, so basically it's misleading, at least for FF76 on MacOS.
- by NC, a year agoRated 5 out of 5Probably one of the most under-appreciated (by public rating) Extensions on the entire Firefox Add-ons site. This Extension is one of the most powerful Add-ons any Firefox customization hacker could hope for. Unfortunately for them the source of that power is also the likely cause for the low rating, using its best features (hotkey initiated custom JS) requires extensive developer knowledge and testing time. Couple that with the incredibly unfriendly tiny UI Window (with hidden Save Button) and it is no wonder new users find difficulty & rate it low.
It seems like the "Run custom JS" feature is treated as an afterthought, but I wish the devs would extend it, for example: JQuery support; custom CSS/HTML/DOM; pass dynamic parameters to commands (ie: use JS to find a particular anchor or img.src then go to it in a new tab); Download/Save a resource by URL (option to bypass save-as dialog); would be awesome to be able to call a particular context menu item of an object on the page;
Currently I am using multiple add-ons to do most of what I need, but as I mentioned even without those dream features this is by far one of my favorite extensions available. HIGHLY RECOMMEND for those that know how to code.
- by Ioachim S, a year agoRated 1 out of 5Conclusion: This is a great extension that I've been using with Chrome for 5 years already. However, Chrome is becoming a google pest so I moved on to Firefox. I realize that it is not possible to set a shortcut to send the current tab to the OneTab well. This renders this extension absolutely useless and will be uninstalling it now and will try again later time to see if this is possible.
The actual experience: I have a hard time understanding how others use this extension. I click the one tab icon, and wow, all my tabs are sent all to OneTab. What the... This is bad UX or I am too old. Ok, lets repeat the sequence. I have 26 tabs open out of which I want to keep only 4 open. I select a tab to be sent to OneTab, right click the one tab icon, go to OneTab submenu and select 'Send only this tab to OneTab' and repeat this action 24 times manually. Ok, this took 2 minutes and I am tired and irritated that I had to do this, this is just bad UX.
- by JSS1138, a year agoRated 1 out of 5Unfortunately, this Add-On didn't have all the functionality it claims to have. The Help file specifically says that the Function keys can be used as shortcuts, but they simply do not work.