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|User since||August 25, 2008|
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Problem: when the CSS edit window is open, @font-face rules are not applied to the page.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.3.9e).
Just installed this addon, seems pretty awesome. After install, it took over all settings, from the options as well as size settings for the resize function. Then, it does exactly what is advertised: replacing the original Web Dev Toolbar, all the options and features are there.
English is not my first language, but well ... even programming languages and markup languages are in English, and this addon is targeted at developers. Chances are high they'll be able to make sense of a few nouns.
Actually, the only problem I had had with the "original" Web Dev Toolbar, was this super tiny problem where the text-only button of the CSS functions read "No CSS errors", which I found extremely annoying. And this addon just shows "CSS"! Yay!
I'm sure this last point applies to nobody else, but it was my personal reason to keep this addon. Performance and memory usage are nice bonuses. ;)
Thanks for writing this addon!
One of the few addons I always install first, on any machine I use. Stylish is just as important for surfing as NoScript, Greasemonkey, AdBlock etc. I don't know how people can actually look at webpages without those.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0.7).
I wanted to like it. Switched from Xmarks. Weave, however, throws my bookmarks in a blender and spits them out. Subfolders are moved up and down the hierarchy, I get empty folders, bookmarks are converted to empty folders (wth??) ... it's a mess. A dozen folders where just put into "unsorted", on one of my computers, on the other they don't even exist anymore. I'm using it on 2 computers, which to this day don't have the same bookmarks, so for me, it doesn't do what was promised. Also, I have too many bookmarks (well not even *that* many) to be able to control each time if something went wrong. I only find out gradually, after I've already changed/added some bookmarks already, reluctant to use a backup, which would cause me to loose the most recent ones. Too bad Weave is not reliable, as it seems. I should have stayed with Xmarks and Febe - with these 2 one can also sync everything, even more than Weave at the moment.
Edit a few days later: I just hooked another computer up to my "cloud" ... I'm suprised that Weave doesn't even download a complete new set to a pristine Firefox install. There's an option to completely replace local settings/bookmarks/etc with the ones from the cloud, but after I chose that option, Weave only downloads a few of my bookmarks. I sync again, it downloads a few more. A third sync doesn't do anything anymore.
Works flawlessly. Very useful. The background on image edit is very strange. It kind of hurts to look at the image for more than a few seconds. Especially if the image is small and exposes the background. It's really more like a BAM-in-the-face-ground. I hate it.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0).
Very useful tool! Works immediately. Used it once and feel like I can't live without it anymore.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.0.2).