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|User since||April 21, 2008|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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this app was working just fine until I updated to FF v 3.6.15...so clearly it needs to be fixed as others have mentioned.
@ Big Softy,
why did you go through all that trouble? All you needed to do was run FF in Safe Mode, turn off all the Add-ons and FF would start normally. Then you'd have to test each add-on till you found the one that kept crashing (of course it was this one for all of us) and disable or uninstall it.
Additionally you should always back up your FF Profile routinely, it's really handy. This way if FF gets corrupted and you have to reinstall, you just import your Profile and bam, all your settings, icons and addons are there. Also great for new Windows installations and migrating to other computers.♦
I had a hard time getting it working right-but with persistence and after patiently following the instructions as closely as possible, eventually it worked and it was definitely worth the effort. I tend to switch profiles often in some websites so this has saved me some tedious steps. I wish it was a little easier to setup, but otherwise its an excellent add-on.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.5.253).
My hope was to find an add-on that allowed single click downloading. I'm using this add-on with a different one called "Image Fetcher". It pops up a 'save' button on mouseover image. Then by hitting 'save' the image automatically downloads to a pre-specified directory.
I wish though that instead of a 'save' button, the names of pre-set folders appeared so I could choose which folder the images end up in. Otherwise its very close to what I was hoping to find.
I've posted a similar message in the other add-on, because they're both excellent apps when used together and I'd thought I'd share this with the rest of you in this community-since I've found that most people generally leave very helpful comments. Cheers
My hope was to find an add-on that allowed single click downloading. I'm using this add-on with a different one called "Download Sort". Now by hitting 'save' the image automatically downloads to a pre-specified directory. I wish though that along with the 'save' button, names of directories appeared too so I could choose the folders they end up in.
I'll post a similar message in the other add-on, because they're both great combined. Thanks
Thanks bro-I was looking for something like this-having had to deal with the same annoying issue.
By the way, we tend to commonly refer to it as URL, might be different for you guys.