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|Location||São Paulo, Brazil|
|User since||September 5, 2007|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Not yet rated|
Any chances of getting Seamonkey support for this extension?This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.6.13).
I download lots of stuff. Entire runs of webcomics, image galleries, collections of utilities. I admit I was late to discovering DownThemAll -- I was used to an external download manager/accelerator.
But then I tried it. It was a real eye-opener. Being able to grab all content linked from a web page? Big time-saver. Being able to define a list of sequentially-named files to download? VERY big time-saver. And then there's the AntiContainer for ultimate leeching...
Nowadays, I simply can't work without it. I rarely fire up my (paid for) external download manager anymore. Every time somebody suggests me to move to another browser, I point out the lack of anything even remotely resembling DownThemAll's retarded cousin. The DtA team did a fantastic job, one that highlights the power and flexibility of the Mozilla extension framework.
Well, since I'm not using Aurora or Trunk, it's too early to say. But I hope that by the time FF 7 goes mainstream, this extension will be also supporting Seamonkey 2.4 and higher.
Would it be possible to add Seamonkey support for this extension? Now that Seamonkey (2.1 and later) is so similar to Firefox, it shouldn't be an incredibly hard job. Of course, it would cover only the browser-related keys for the time being, but it would still be very useful for Seamonkey users. And then, well, eventually adding coverage for mail & news-related keys would extend the appeal of this extension to Thunderbird too.