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|User since||June 23, 2008|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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Far too limited, SearchMenu is much more flexible.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (6.5.4).
I very much prefer this to Autopager.
But one minor annoyance:- I use the Littlefox theme so that my toolbars are as narrow as they get. But when the PageZipper button is clicked the toolbar expands to the normal width because the button is changed, and it stays wider until Firefox is restarted (and the theme gets re-applied). As I said, this is only minor but of all the many add-ons that I use it is the only one to cause this problem. Might I suggest leaving the toolbar button alone - the page selector toolbar tells the user that AutoZipper is active.
Thank you so much so for reviving Tagsifter. Being able to use a dropdown menu from the toolbar was my preferred way of using tags (rather than the sidebar), and now that capability is available again it's hello TagSieve goodbye Delicious.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (4.2.8).
Not long to wait now...
Definite 5 stars for the add-on itself rather than marking down for a slight delay with the release (will tagsifter for Firefox ever be updated?).
Please, please, pretty please update Tagsifter for Firefox; whilst the sidebar works fine, the dropdown menu button was so useful for getting to my favourite sites quickly that I do miss that aspect of the functionality that provides the perfect complement to bookmarks. And if you ever happen to be around my neck of the woods then the Japanese whiskey is on me.
Some people can be too clever for their own good as a previous review proves.
Simply opening a new tab displays the Auto Dial page; no need to type anything into the location bar and then be condescending to everyone else.
To be able to zoom in using the mouse without having to visit either the status bar or a menu (neither of which are available in full screen mode) is such a natural enhancement that I now use zooming a lot whereas before I hardly used it at all.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.4.3).