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This add-on worth to be downloaded!
Please upgrade this add-on for Firefox 3.6.6
Pelase update for Firefox 3.5 !!! Tenk you !!!
Awesome extension, please update to support Firefox 3
Pelase update for Firefox 3.
This is undoubtedly the MOST useful CSS analyser, because you can easily drill down onto the block you want to analyse, and MOST important - it gives all the cascading stylesheets in order of cascade and their locations! I refuse to upgrade to firefox 3 because I do not wish to work without this tool!
This is really great, but it doesn't work any more... :~( PLEAASE make it work again...
This is the most useful tool ever, I very much miss working with. Please please update it for FF3 if possible.
Thanks a bunch!
I love and use this all the time, please update it for FF 3.0.
Now that it's part of my every day life I can't live without it. Will wait for this to get updated before upgrading to FF3.
Please, please upgrade this super extension to work in FF3.
I would be very sorry not to be able to continue using it.
I would be really pleased to see this extension ready for Firefox 3! This extension is very usefull and one nogo for an update to FF3...
I really like this. However, can you add the option to show the source in a tab instead of an external window? That would be an invaluable addition.
This probably my most-used extension, a wonderful tool. I just started using the Macintosh, and with FF 184.108.40.206, vfs 0.9.5.0 and Leopard, the formatted source display is displaying in a single line, with not breaks. Have others experienced this with the Mac? Is there a workaround?
View formatted source doesn't work with Firefox 220.127.116.11. Will You please fix this?
very usefull, with this tool I do not waste any time browsing through endless CSS file definitions!
Plugin does exactly as the description says. Very useful for viewing the source of pages with little or no formatting.
If you decide to develop it a little further, you might want to do a little more error handling for invalid source. For instance, if a quote is missing from an attribute in an element, then it can seriously screw up the formatting of that section of the source.
I've recently gone from desktop application programming to web application programming using asp and php. This is an incredibly useful tool. Well done!
I just upgraded to FF 2.0 and it's not supported there yet :(. I may have to revert back to FF 1.5 just so I can use this extension since I rely on it so heavily.
Since there is no email address or any other way to report bugs I’ll do it here.
I discovered a problem when this extension is installed with SearchWP (https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/376/). the "Enable inline mode" menu item is not working.