- by Terax, 4 months agoRated 3 out of 5An extension that runs on all tabs should be open source.
One thing I'm missing from old firefox, can you add config to allow us to change the menu entry to "View Image (filename)" for example: "View Image (background.png)"?
- by Joncrew, 6 months agoRated 5 out of 5Does a good job of replacing what is now missing.
I do have one suggestion. It would be beneficial to me at least if you were able to switch the shortcuts around. I mostly use this to open images I'm not ready to be the focus tab, and while i can do that, I would rather make it just a middle click, or just shift etc. instead of ctrl + shift.
- by Firefox user 12146145, 6 months agoRated 5 out of 5This restores my work flow since Mozilla decided they wanted to be MacOS. A review above mine complains that the item is listed toward the bottom of the context menu and not up top with other view-related tasks. That bothered me for about an hour and now, it's just there and I'm used to it.
If opening images int he same tab is important to you, as it is to me, this solves a problem that Mozilla created.
- by Firefox user 15173170, 6 months agoRated 3 out of 5It adds the context menu item back, but adds it at the bottom of the context menu, not up in the same group as the other image-related context menu items (such as copy image and save image as). I almost didn't even see the button as a result, and as a result I almost gave a 1-star review for it failing to even add the context menu item back. Then I looked at the screenshot here that shows that the menu item was added, but just on the bottom, and I verified that to be the case. But yeah, not having it up with the other image related context menu items is a HUGE mistake on the part of the designer of this extension. It absolutely SHOULD be up with the other image-related context menu items. This could easily be a 5-star extension, but I had to take away 2 stars for the massively terrible technique it uses by adding this context menu item at the bottom of the context menu, instead of inserting it in the group of other image-related context menu items. Until this problem is fixed, I'm giving this extension only 3 stars.
Developer responseposted 6 months agoHey there thanks for using this add-on. I am sorry but this is related with the add-on api, Firefox does not let developers to decide the order of the context menu items.