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Name justahotbag
User since April 11, 2008
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My Reviews


Simply Superb and far superior to AIO Sidebar Rated 5 out of 5 stars

This awesome add-on is like the update that AIO Sidebar never had. It's worth it, for it's docking function alone, and better AERO Glass support. To boot, this Dev is a class act, down to the way he asks for his users to contribute. It's a great reminder that maintaining Firefox requires a community; a community that looks out for it self. Something that corporations will never, ever do. I will be donating myself, when funds allow it. Dev's that work exclusively on Firefox add-ons are rare, but should be acknowledged since Firefox is far superior when it comes to our privacy. Google's Chrome should never be an option if that's a concern to you. If you're a long time AIO sidebar user, definitely give this a try. I've never looked back.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.6). 

Quick Context Search

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Outstanding! Space Saving, Practical and Very Customizable. Couldn't ask for more. Great Job Dev.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on ( 

Location Bar Enhancer

Like A Thong For Your Browser Rated 5 out of 5 stars

In Short Form. It's Two Sexy's over Brainy. If you use 'Status-4-Ever', enjoy the look of Safari's Progress Bar or use Location2 check this Add-on out.

The 30sec TV Spot: This is literally like my browser just put on a push-up bra. Up until now, I freely admit that while browsing the internet, I used to not know where I was! But Now! I Totally Know Where I Am! If you don't mind feeling like a pervert, and staring at your browser's 'new' Boobs all day. You're going to love this add-on. It's actually sexy and smart in so many ways. Everything this thing does, you probably want, and if you don't want the function you probably want the looks. I couldn't believe it myself. I'm the type to hit the configurations moments after installing. And under the hood you'll see all these things ticked off and you think 'Oh No', let's not over do it and keep things classy and neat. Only to later find out, that all these changes just classy-ed the place up, like glasses on a big boobed secretary. The soft blue transparencies when hovering over the breadcrumbs, makes you want to linger. The default tones and gradations that wisp by you every time you click are to slap your mama over! It adds great function and easily the best looking location bar I have ever seen. This has literally re-excited me about Add-ons just like when Firefox was new. For that, I can't thank the multi-talented developer enough.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (4.9.1-signed). 

Plain Text Links

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Does what it claims to do and keeps it lean 4kb unlike linkification which is overkill and causes noticeable slowdown. This extension on the other hand has none, it's a zero on the slowdown scale.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.3). 

Menu Editor II

Not only for the type a, actually saves time. Rated 5 out of 5 stars

If you don't think you need this, you're right you want it! I used to be sitting on the fence about how trivial it might be to adjust menus, like some of you reading this right now thinking about whether or not to commit to clicking that button over there and sitting through a restart... Do it! (I invoke my power over you as a peer and pressure you!) I installed for the first time about two weeks ago and now I'm back for two more downloads, maybe I'll just archive the xpi and make it an attachment to all my emails. Yeah, that's what I'll do! I think you get the point that I love this extension. When you guys get your fix and come back for more, thank Bogdan for picking this work back up, and Devon Jensen, Nickolay Ponomarev for starting the work, Much thanks to all of you guys. Btw I think I wouldn't be the only one that would like to edit the bookmark context menu and get properties/rename much higher up on the menu.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.0.3).