- by Firefox user 15205256, 2 years agoRated 5 out of 5This is a very good add on, a lot better comapred to how Firefox manages downlaods normally wher eyou have to open a window to get a proper look at what downloads are remaining and the time left for each download.
The only suggestion I could make is finding a way where a second window doesn't appear just to open/run the file once you double click the file, (or maybe single click as an alternative option). This is asuggestion but obviously I don't know whether there is a reason for this since i'm not a developer.
This isn't too bothersome as I mostly open explorer location anyway so I'm keeping the five star rating, but the times where I want to open an image, etc it can be slightly annoying.
- by Firefox user 5862475, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5Excellent, thank you for this, wish there were a permanent status bar in Firefox like the old days, don't know why the don't give users who prefer a status bar to have one, makes no sense..
- by Phylis, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5Absolutely Fabulous! So close to Download Status Bar.
btw, there is an arrow on the right side that allows you to hide it if you need to see web content.
The 'Light' option is still quite dark (green).
Completion Sound: Is there a default sound? Can't here any. When I load a .wav file, there is a red X beside it. Does that mean .wav doesn't work? If so, what file types for sound?
- by Tom, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5Brilliant. As much as I dislike chrome, this is one of the things that they did right. Firefox built-in toolbar icon is just not visible enough when a download starts.