- by 1manBANG.com, 3 months agoRated 5 out of 5UtraWimeo is the only one that actually works, I tried many other addons and wasted a lot of time for this. If this didn't work, I would need to be spending money for bigger monitor on computer I rarely use. Email answer was great also. This plugin is also private, nothing is sent out of computer.
- by buffy, 4 months agoRated 1 out of 5it tells me its not available for android
Developer responseposted 4 months agoHello,
That's not the problem with the extension. Mozilla must manually add this extension as "Recommended" for the new Mozilla for Android.
Many people already e-mailed them regarding this, but seems like they are not in a rush of doing that.
Please e-mail Mozilla at > email@example.com and provide this extension link as the body of the e-mail.
There's an ongoing issue already opened, which is now just awaiting the Mozilla Firefox team to handle it. There's nothing on my end that I can do.
Please consider re-submitting your review.
- by BazookaBen, 6 months agoRated 5 out of 5I'm using this with a 4:3 CRT and it's amazing. Works on HBO, Youtube, everything I've tried so far. Great for old 4:3 movies and videos that were uploaded with forced 16:9 pillarboxing, to put them back in fullscreen like they should be.
- by CraftingShadowDE, 6 months agoRated 5 out of 5I'm using it on my Samsung Galaxy A51 (Android 10) after the top and the bottom from YouTube-Videos was cutted and it works perfect! Now I can watch YouTube-Videos completely, from top to bottom! Very good work!I really hope, this Add-On will be supported at the new Firefox for Android and Firefox Nightly!
- by jputting, 9 months agoRated 3 out of 5This a very useful addon for adjusting aspect ratio of videos.
It works well on every website and video I have used it on.
It badly needs an option to remember website/domain video aspect ratio preferences as it is annoying to have to manually adjust those settings each time you visit a website where the videos are not in the correct aspect ratio