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|User since||May 31, 2008|
|Number of add-ons developed||6 themes|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Not yet rated|
Just your average guy that tends to spend my free time mostly on my hobbies and interests, also constantly broadening my knowledge further in likes Philosophy, Psychology, Science and other things.
Found a better add-on titled "Simple Clocks"
Basically does the same thing, but has more features. To save you from searching, here you go:
It works fine and then becomes completely useless when a new version of Firefox comes out.
Pretty much don't blame the developer when it doesn't work any more, when a new version of Firefox comes out... But do pretty much blame them for not keeping up with Firefox version update cycles.
Would be best to bombard there feedback forum instead of there email, from here:
Does what it says it does, works fine for me under Firefox 7.0.1 and just what I was looking for.
Anyway no idea about the ad's that others are mentioning here but if there are any, there all blocked with ABP and a HOSTS file (extra layer for blocking ad's amongst other things).
Mostly just use this tool for identifying country of origin in regards to a web site via the flags, but the other additions to it do come in handy from time to time.
Also found that this add-on saves me time from doing domain lookup's when I do them, so overall 5 stars from me.
Updated to make it compatible with up to Firefox 12
Changed max versions from 2.0.0 to 12.*
File checksum data:
Overall in regards to add-on: Bit basic but does what it's supposed to do, so a solid 4 stars.
Last updated: 8/3/12
Updated to make it compatible with Firefox 5.0
File checksum data:
Updated it once again to make it compatible with upto Firefox 12.0
Changed max versions from 8 to 12, no other changes have been made.
File checksum data:MD5: 506fca98f8c9254514efd3726648a7b6
Link is still the same as my previous review but if you can't find that, here it is again:
last edited on: 16/2/12
Nice add-on for Firefox, also the XBOX Media Centre option is a welcome addition.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (4.3.0).
I've had cham88's one scanned and came back as being clean via http://virusscan.jotti.org, so it is deemed to be safe.
File checksum data:
Also the file can be downloaded from here as an alternative just in case the rapidshare link goes down:
Works quite well, also has an option to block Silverlight which needs to be enabled via the options (which isn't mentioned in the description).This review is for a previous version of the add-on (184.108.40.206).
Well I've been using Stumble add-on for a long while now and have to say I find it quite useful for randomly coming across sites that people would otherwise miss.
Also the person who said that most of the content is from 2002, I guess they haven't used it much for them to say that as there is always new content being added by other members.
Found this very useful, would be nice if there was an added addition to it where you could save added words to a database file to back up and restore words that have been added just encase people had to reinstall Firefox for whatever reason.
But anyway 5 stars from me.
Nice add-on that's handy for certain instances.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.5.20090207).
Very useful addition to Firefox, however the one listed here is an older version and you can get 0.1.5 direct from http://labs.mozilla.com/2009/01/major-ubiquity-update/This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.1.4).
The add-on works and runs fine under Firefox 3.0.5, so anyone stating otherwise is doing something seriously wrong.
Would be nice to see some spelling fixes in this as some words it thinks are spelled wrong, hence why I haven't given it 5/5
Almost perfect except for the dropdown menu, it would be nice if this was also black instead of grey for the background.
Also what other people are saying it is hard to see the text in the dropdown menu?
I don't know what there on about there, but I can see the text as clear as day, maybe they need to have there eyesight checked, adjust there monitors settings properly or even use Gamma correction.
Nice add-on if you need text, or even a web page translated.
Anyway thanks for making the add-on and keep the good work up.