|User since||July 13, 2008|
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Cool, but missing button Rated 4 out of 5 stars
It will not show the button in 47.0.1. No other addons have this issue.
It works and I can call up settings via addon list interface, but no button :(
Still doesn't work. Rated 2 out of 5 stars
It was fine, if a bit limited in its interpretation.
Then after (maybe) a Firefox update, it went to the big addon farm in the sky. All currencies were [CURR]NaN.
Someone suggested a uninstall-reinstall. To my surprise, not only did it not reset my settings (what was the point of uninstalling?) but it now simply does nothing.
I'm on 2.3.3 (FF 47.0.1)and it does nothing. On any site.
Excellent Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Can I have one for "Community content for this product may not be appropriate for all ages, or may not be appropriate for viewing at work" please?
It's even more annoying.
Working until a while ago Rated 4 out of 5 stars
I was working perfectly until a few days ago (more?) when it just stopped respecting the "Don't show Reddit on this channel" checkbox.
It's a shame, really, it is otherwise going great. I switched it back to G+ globally.
Good Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Would be perfect, but it doesn't work on Firefox 64. Don't know why, it just doesn't.
Used it for years, recommend, alas, I want 64 bits.
Beautiful Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Too bad this isn't maintain any more (it seems) but it's a must have. Wholeheartedly recommended.
I only with is had a past due check. If a site is set to Sunday only and I don't view the page Sunday, then it should pop them on Monday. Other than that, it's perfect.
Almost great Rated 4 out of 5 stars
It took _forever_ to set up.
a) It recommends ESR, but installs and works on normal FFX, but poorly. Disable "options", "downloads", "addons" didn't work, etc. I ended up uninstalling FFX and installing ESR just for this. It simply goes ape on 39-41.
b) Windows 10 does away with window margins. Firefox is correctly written, and full screen is adjusted correctly (Clientheight = Screen.height). mKiosk cheats and fake-full-screens by setting height, width (width=Screen.Width), etc which has 2 issues: First, it leaves a 4-pixel space around FFX in full screen which looks bad (maximize and full screen are not the same, and W10 shows it). Second, because it's not full screen, using fingers to drag stuff in FFX pulls the window down, exposing the stuff underneath. It can be fixed by entering admin mode (F11) which requires a password, and then hitting F11 again, which puts FFX is actual-real-fullscreen. Not a lot of work, but I have to be there to do it.
c) For some reason, Bookmarks toolbar is glued to this extension like crazy. Every time you exit client mode, it pops the sidebar, even when disabled, which makes auto-zoom extensions zoom poorly, which, in turn, makes the page look ugly. It also has Bookmarks on top, why Bookmarks over Bookmarks?
d) Start fullscreen checkbox becomes disabled after install, meaning I can't use another addon of Firefox's own full screen start any more; this addon makes FFX its twisted kind of full screen, which is not only too small on W10 but also the wrong size FFx making carefully crafted pages no longer fit, adding a scrollbar for 3 pixels.
e) I am unable to replicate this every time, MAYBE it's just in FFX normal (I thought it was in ESR, who knows), but sometimes mKiosk opens a NEW home page, instead of fresh start. I end up with 2 tabs, and that insanely ugly tabbar pops up. I'm not sure why that happens. Maybe my shortcut got mixed up and I started a HTML home page instead of just FFx. Who knows.
MOST of this isn't an issue. Which is why I'm giving it 4/5, it's a decent kiosk addon. However, the full screen hack has to go away (it's important) and options have to be optional, don't gray out full screen. I can install a different addon that makes FFx full screen. Another that auto-zooms. One extension cannot be the end-all on a target system, even if pretty good.
As soon as this gets a F11 full screen patch, I'm upping it to 5*.
Absolutely. Rated 5 out of 5 stars
This is what addons should be.
Updated, reliable, customizable. Small wonder this is the top rated addon on AMO.
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
I wish it worked.
Scrolling is excellent, I love the fact that I can flick faster by muscling the wheel, and it's pretty good, BUT it has too many things wrong with it.
Scroll boxes, some comments sections, text boxes, Youtube notifications, all refuse to scroll, instead scrolling the page.
I'm too used to the niceties of FFx to give up localized scrolling. Also, the bouncy edge doesn't render backgrounds, but renders elements, which is kinda ugly.
I don't know if there is a way to fix it. And since the dev didn't include a fast on/off (that I could find) I'm afraid it will stay disabled.
4/5 because it's a great addon, it works, and I like it. Unfortunately, no, thanks.
Working Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Great so far.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.2.4f.1-signed).
Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Not working. Changes nothing. Hitting "settings" opens Youtube.com page. Maybe not compatible with latest Firefox?
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Flash still works fine, but appears that some HTML5 video still plays anyway (youtube) on FF36.
Pretty please fix?
Not on 36 it doesn't Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Doesn't work on current Firefox 36. I hear the audio playing and the video seems to be streaming, but invisible. Clicking restores video without delay, reinforcing the feeling the video was playing anyway and was hidden.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
The new goggles do nothing, I am reduced to using an archaic form filler for passwords on some sites. Funny thing is, it saves on my bank account, but not on other sites. We need consistency.
Please bring user choice back.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Don't know what everyone is on about. Just hold RMB over image and wheel it in and out for instant image viewing.
This addon is worth its weight in gold. If it had weight. you know what I mean.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Dear God what have they done to the blasted browser? Thank you and keep up the good work.
Five stars for an addon that undoes your "enhancements" is a pretty clear sign.
Wow Rated 5 out of 5 stars
104 reviews, 104 five star reviews. Well, I'm not breaking the combo, this addon works and works well. If you mass-watch a bunch of videos, this is invaluable.
I also like that if you have tabs open and you restart it resets all tabs to HD, so it works retroactively, you don't have to refresh each tab to make it work.
Shortcut Rated 1 out of 5 stars
For choosing a shortcut key you KNEW was so close Ctrl+t, Shift+T, Alt+T you are a cold hearted bastard and I hope you choke.
My keyboard is busted and it took me 10 min to type this. I hope for months you get a message without an X over your bank transactions, you Control key stealing b*stard.
Broken since July. Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Broken.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (220.127.116.11-signed.1-signed).
OK Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Pretty good idea, but it needs to be fiddled with to have a decent behavior. It is very hard to use when reading an article, for example, where it randomly jumps between an English text and local text. Solved by switch off and use button. I would have much preferred something like select text and right click - a menu bar could display the converted sum; much like Converter does and Google Translate addons - they are less intrusive.
But, that is not the reason it has 4/5 stars, it's because the parser goes bananas at some points. It has translated $3 as "$3-$300" which then converted to 995 RON (10 RON ($3)00) which is unusable. I checked the HTML, it is plainly stated " $300 ", no magic.
When it is stable, it will deserve a 5 star status, objectively and a 4 star status for being intrusive, subjectively.
Also, Firefox complains it was slow to start when a tab has ~10 prices or more on a page.