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|User since||October 4, 2007|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Not yet rated|
I tried a simple sanity to see if your extension works.
I put a .docx file in a tmp folder in my hard drive
then put the address of that path in my firefox browser
right clicked the .docx file in the browser, and the promised context menu option did not appear.
sorry, but this is the main use I could find for your extension and it failed me, therefore I am giving it one star.
its a great Add-on, but it destroys the whole built-in "Search Engine Keyword" usage in firefox
instead to fix this you need to manually add every keyword you've ever set to the url-alias list
if the installation would do the simple task of scanning all bookmarks and search engines for keywords to pre-add to the url-alias list
or better instead - the whole address-bar run-over control thingy that url-alias takes over
if it does not identify anything at all instead of forwarding to the default search engine (google) just forward it to the default firefox address-bar input interpreter thingy so the search keywords can still be used
(like two different layers of address bar interpretation apps inside firefox)
IeTab only needs to compile itself under linux,
its a change of a few lines on the API, Im sure its not THAT much of hard work
I can always Open in an external application and it will summon the wine IE4Linux
or maybe the way FF is compiled under linux restricts IETab from making wine being rendered inside FF Tabs?
anyways this plugin is really great!
the other two leading Aero themes have, why cant you either?
by them I mean "AeroFox" or "VistaDefault" or smth like that.. and the first best Aero theme: "myFireFox"
Im sure its just a few lines or a macro rename to make it linux compatible...
great work so far
ok this is the deal
this plugin make the relevant search line:
the problem is that this search does a redirection to another local search site,
and my guess is that the redirection to the search site is based on the geographical location or the ISP.
If I go to live.com
and try to do a search there - it redirects me to msn search site!
that search site completely has the layout of live search
so I guess all live searches are now taking place instead at msn.com
just see for yourself
my point is that the live.com searches plugin for firefox has to be change to this line:
yet again, this is another full screen hider extension that did not accomplish the task and did not get the job done
even at "max hiding" configurations it leaves some trash behind...
I gave it 0 because it lacks having the job done,
there are a few more firefox extensions that work better, I at least recall one I've tried in the past and worked perfectly, even allowed me to decide what to show, when, and when to hide
this one just keeps showing an empty toolbar when Im in fullscreen, no matter how I configure it
just because there are other open source extensions that get the job done and this one doesnt
I gave it an 0
it should be a simple ext perpus, do it, or not.