- by Sassy-Chan, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5Used to have one like this that at first was a lot better, But since Firefox Quantum I could only use this one and it has gotten so much better.
This Addon filled a much needed void. I'm really glad this developer picked this up. They have made this so much better than any other previous and current image saver.
100% recommend this addon to batch save images.
[to the developer] Thanks so much for putting so much work into this project. Your hard work has really shown through with the progress of this addon and it's in such a good spot now. And another thanks for being so responsive to people in the reviews. Again, I'm really glad it was you who made this addon.
- by Firefox user 12239101, 3 years agoRated 4 out of 5Good extension, although it lacks vital options, such as an easier to get to Settings page (The settings page is really clunky right now), and the option to set the maximum width & height of the images.
- by Firefox user 14258580, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5Edited: Like I said below, the bug was fixed in version 2.1.1, so 5 stars!!
This add-on is awesome, but as of 2.1.0 version, the program has stopped working as intended. I had to downgrade to 2.0.5 for it to work as before. Please fix it and I'll give it 5 stars! :)
- by Firefox user 13868625, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5Been using this addon for a while now and 've loved it. However, ever since the update it doesn't work anymore. I can't see the icon on the Toolbar so I can't use it. Clicking on "Options" inside about:addons doesn't do anything. I've tried re-downloading but nothing works.
- by Daniel & Emrik, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5Works Perfectly.
Only thing missing is the ability to save somewhere which isn't in the download directory.
- by Firefox user 14157138, 3 years agoRated 1 out of 5Would be great thing but doesn't work for me at all. After I press the button I see saved file in destination folder but the file is corrupted and its size is always only 24B. File name is correct.
The problem is photos are with URL like http://www.domain.com/picture.jpg?token=123 and seems like extension doesn't use the token parameter so then the result is not the JPEG image but error message "Invalid token" what script returns.
- by Firefox user 14112237, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5Great, but would be nice if there was an ability to save the images somewhere besides the downloads folder (especially to a different drive)
This can be worked around by creating a symbolic link somewhere in your downloads folder. Running command prompt as administrator: `mklink /J C:\Users\Me\Downloads\MyCoolLink D:\Where\I\Actually\Want\The\Images`
- by Firefox user 14010082, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5I cant believe I found something so similar to the previous image tab saver I had. It has a simple function and it does what I want it to. And it seems this one comes with additional functionality.
A thousand blessings on you and this wonderful add-on. Keep up the fantastic work on this project!
- by Firefox user 13876245, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5Does exactly what it said. The only add-on that work after FireFox 57 to save bulk image from tabs.
My only request is to allow an option to default a numerical naming as well. Currently, I would like image in tab 1,2,3 in that order but the default is to save with the original naming so the order can be random. Thanks!
- by Firefox user 13712226, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5THIS IS IT! Tab Image Saver works in FireFox version 57+. Seek no further. INSTALL this now.
I have a small issue when I put a path in the Options:
"Images are saved in your Downloads path.
Optionally you can name a subfolder to save into.
Folder _______________________ "
IF YOU ARE HAVING ISSUES saving simply REMOVE the path from the Folder field in this option and enjoy.
I do not mind re-locating my saved pictures from the Downloads folder to my image folder where I want. In fact I am able to select, sort, and choose different pictures for different folders offline. Grabbing the pictures from the Downloads folder is not a reason to rate this application low. This FANTASTIC app does exactly what it is supposed to do. THIS IS A 5-STAR APP!
I will explain how to use it for those who do not understand why this app is GREAT!
Open a picture in a tab, keep opening pictures in tabs... 1, 2, 3, 4. When you want to save ALL the pictures in ALL the tabs go back to the FIRST tab where the FIRST picture was opened (tab #1) and click the "Tab Image Saver" gray app down-arrow in the upper right corner. Depending on your Options YOU SET the app will save each picture in each tab (I choose to the right) into your Downloads folder. Perfect!
YOU MUST manually move YOUR pictures out of the Downloads Folder to the final folder where the pictures belong.
THIS IS A 5-STAR app.
- by Firefox user 13814721, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5Unbelievably helpful. I've been wanting a plugin like this for years. I used to rely on DownThemAll but it hasn't been converted over yet. This has some clever features as well.
- by Firefox user 11494868, 4 years agoRated 5 out of 5Doesn't work at all for images that are displayed on their own through a PHP script (no .jpg in the URL, but just an ID number).
Edit: thanks, works now. It now even gets the correct filename, even if the URL says something different. Probably the best image downloader as of now.
- by anunwantedbaby, 4 years agoRated 4 out of 5Has some oddities when it comes to downloads, like not downloading a tab twice even if you click the button. Settings are nice enough, allow for plenty of customization. I especially like that it'll skip any pages it can't detect an image on or any image it can't properly download.
- by Firefox user 13546321, 4 years agoRated 5 out of 5It would be a possible alternative for "Save Images" together with "open links in tabs" if only it could save more than one Image from Tabs. I often have multiple tabs with 2 big Images.
Thank you for replying, now it works perfectly together with "open links in tabs."