Rated 3.9 out of 5
3.9 Stars out of 5
- by Firefox user 13553492, 3 years agoRated 4 out of 5This is darn near exact what I have been looking for since upgrading to Quantum. So far my biggest critique would be that when the bar is open certain webpages that have static objects at the bottom of the screen become covered by it. Seems the bar is more of an overlay than integrated in the actual body of the browser, I dont know if this is because of the WebExtension protocol but it would be helpful to have the option to shrink to mini-mode or hide the bar to access these types of items. Thanks for your hard work and I look forward to seeing this extension evolve.The bar is HTML that is injected into the page so it can sometimes interfere with things there. I could probably do some sort of minimize button to temporarily hide it in cases where it is covering something.
- by owcraftsman, 3 years agoRated 4 out of 5First and foremost, thanks so much for developing this extension. It’s a fantastic beginning, My interest here is to request feature enhancements to make it even better and more like the legacy extension it’s replacing.
#1 SHA1 & MD5 calculations
Fortunately there is this https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/calculate-md5-sha1-hash-che-1/ but the extra steps involved is quite time consuming so please please please bring this back. I put this #1 because it is essential integral part for any download manager.
However, it used to be incorporated into the download status bar of legacy browser. When hovering over a download when complete MD5 hash calculation was displayed. I’m very hopeful it can be incorporated again
#2 Persistent Status Bar
In the legacy extension the bar was persistent at the bottom of the open browser window and not tied to certain tabs. Please make it so if possible
#3 Dynamic resizing of concurrent downloads
I’ve had up to 25 downloads of diverse types (.exe .jpg etc.) all remaining in a single height one row linear fashion. This may be achievable with unticking the show text option in your extension dialog, but I haven’t tried it yet.
#4 Thumbnail view
I download images a lot, so I like to be able to hover over and view a thumbnail image for expedience please bring this back.
#5 Scan for virus dialog
Indispensable we really need this as it was in the legacy extension
#6 Double Click run or open file
Double click currently opens containing folder it should run exe or open image as it did with the legacy extension
#7 Play Sound when download complete
I loved that feature and wish you could bring it back maybe toggle on and off through settings dialog be nice if we could choose wav file but not necessary.#1 I would need to read the file from the disk which I don't think is possible without the user selecting it using a file upload or drag and drop.
#2 This is kind of possible, the bar is per tab because it is injected into the html of the page, but I could make it always show for each tab.
#3 I could make everything show in one line no matter how many downloads you have, I'll probably add an option to make it do that.
#4 This is probably possible
#5 I don't think this is possible, but if I can figure out how to do it I will.
#6 This is unfortunately not possible, I would have to open another window and then you have have to click again to open the file, which I will probably do eventually. Kinda like sites that show a confirmation page when you click a link to a third party site.
#7 Playing a sound should be possible, not sure about a custom sound though, I'll have to look into that.
- by DavidGB, 3 years agoRated 4 out of 5Great. I was really missing S3 Download Manager, and this is rapidly turning into a worthy replacement. Personally, though, I'd just like to see two changes: 1 - bar thinner; 2 - also showing the download speed while the download is still ongoing.
Thanks so much for making this.
- by Firefox user 13554603, 3 years agoRated 2 out of 5Keine Anzeige während des Downloads. Es erscheinen nur die fertigen Downloads unten.
Das Design ist sehr einfach und die Anzeige der Downloads ist mir viel zu groß.
- by Firefox user 12683374, 3 years agoRated 4 out of 5Good one!
Coming from Download Status Bar this is a nice starting point, finally I can see my downloads again and handle them. I thought the new WebExtentions APIs no longer allows access to downloads from a horizontal bar at the bottom of the window but it seems to be possible. I hope injecting html is allowed by Mozilla?
It would be nice if the bar would be a bit smaller and some colours added. Also an option to delete the download.
But this one is nice and the only alternative I found. Keep up your great work, 3 stars for now and because there is a space above up to 5 stars. It´s just 3 days old!
EDIT: One Star up for the fast feedback and update.Thanks,
I've already started working on deleting downloads and making the bar smaller, I'll probably release them this week.
I'm not a designer so I wouldn't expect it to be too pretty unless I can find a designer willing to do some work on it.
- by dee.pee, 3 years agoRated 4 out of 54 stars to ask the developer to continue his work ... before attribute him 5 *
Not yet equivalent to the "non-we" S3.Download , but on the way to !!
4 étoiles pour demander au développeur de continuer son travail... avant de lui attribuer 5 *
Pas encore équivalent au "non-we" S3.download, mais c'est en bonne voie !!
- by Firefox user 13524199, 3 years agoRated 4 out of 5I was looking for a replacement for the "Download status bar" I used to have, but that doesnt work with Quantum. This is the best replacement I've found so far.
Its nothing fancy, no spiffy colours... just the way I like it. Simple and non-intrusive. Could use a few more features/options though.