- Rated 2 out of 5by Maks, 2 months agoWell, it doesn't work the way I expected. Instead of selecting the high resolution that is available in the video, the extension is fixed at a specific quality. Also, I don't need any other changes like player size or speed, I need YouTube to handle this on their own. But instead, this extension either locks the video at the settings you specified, or doesn't work at all.
- Rated 2 out of 5by Frozen Fractal, 3 months agoThis add-on doesn't work most of the time. HD icon just stops responding and also the add-on itself. This happens several times per day. Restarting Firefox doesn't help. The add-on only starts working again if I disable it and enable it, which is annoying to do. Then it works for some time and stops working again. I'm using Firefox 119.
- Rated 3 out of 5by D4ngrs, 4 months agoUsing it for a long long time. Sadly, since the last update and as mentioned by others, I have to disable and enable it again everytime I start my browser, otherwise it's not working.
After doing so, it will work until you fully close the browser.
With fixing this, I'll give it a full 5-Star because it's just so usefull.
- Rated 1 out of 5by Firefox user 17141374, 4 months agoMy default resolution is 1080p, I want all videos to be played by default in 1080p, even when I watch a individual video in 1440p or 2160p, I want videos watched after that to default to 1080p, but this add-on is not performing that function. When I play a video in 1440p or 2160p, all the videos I play after that also play in 1440p or 2160p.Very disappointing.
- Rated 1 out of 5by Greg Palmer, 4 months agoThis has worked for me in the past with intermittent issues setting the playback speed. The September update completely broke it for me. I am using this with Firefox on Android.