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|User since||September 23, 2008|
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Great addon, may I suggest a "view image" option for both links and images?
Thank you saving us time, even if it's just a second from every click, every little helps!
ial anyway. :P The only add-on I ALWAYS install.
Rated 4 out of 5 stars by JohannesSM64 on November 3, 2009
The whole thing just doesn't work anymore, Hotmail, Gmail, Yahoo, none of them, and I haven't changed a thing in the computer all these time, so this add-on's got some serious problem.
I rather hoped with all the complaints the problems would be fixed by now ...
The bubble feature from IE got me confused to use IE or Firefox, now I've found FastestFox, I'm sticking with Firefox alright ;)This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.1.4).
I see there's a heap of problems with Webmail, and with all sort of problems from supposedly supported email accounts, can this be mended soon? I, and I see a few others have also left comments on the author's website, but the issue's still not being addressed.
I know, we're the beneficiary and thus have no right to criticise the hard work the author, but help will be greatly appreciated, I think speaking for most people we really don't want to give up this add-on.
I've got a problem with Webmail, now it doesn't show Yahoo! Mail or check for new mails on Yahoo even if my Yahoo accounts are down in the "Webmail Accounts" tab, my Yahoo emails are still written in the Accounts and the infos are multi-checked correct, but Webmail just doesn't check for new mails for Yahoo anymore.
Funnily enough, the addresses I DON'T use often, Gmail and Hotmail, are still functioning correctly. I've tried to completely uninstall Webmail, and reinstalling the newest version to my newest Firefox, on the first day it worked as normal, but second time I start my computer the Yahoo Mails just vanished yet again.
Any soultions please?
The best theme by far, but when I moved the address bar up into the menu toolbar, half of the address bar was cut off and the whole thing just looked disproportioned.
Also can I suggest when not been clicked the icons remain grey, so when clicked the icon becomes luminous and further exaggerates what's being clicked on?
A dictionary, even if it is an add-on, I take it to be a comprehensive list of daily words for every occasion. The word "movie" can be found on approved dictionaries such as Collins or Oxford. And it's not on the "British English Dictionary" ... so, in the end, does Oxford have the authority of words included in the English language or do "British English Dictionary"?
p.s. What people say don't rely on the dictionary - it's the opposite - the dictionary change by what people say. So as long as people utter the word "movie", it should be added in the dictionary.
Okay this had gone too far, alright some modern words aren't in the dictionary, but "movie"??! Oh come on, you got to be kidding me! Compared to the US English dictionary this is a early 20th century book written by pompous lords who see all modern words unfit for the the English language. An outdated dictionary by far, sorry.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.19).
It does what a dictionary does, no problem on that, but modern words included in the dictionary is a bit short, isn't it?
Even words like "screenshot", "MMORPG" aren't in the dictionary. I have to spend half the day just to add words as acceptable to the dictionary. This is the 21st century, people don't say "Jolly marvellous, my good humble chap!" any more. PCs are racing faster than human brains, but half the technical words aren't in the dictionary, can there be something be done about it? Other than that, one of the best add-ons I ever installed on Firefox, good gracious, what a jolly brilliant item you have created my good man!
"Political correctness thought police."??!
Now where the heck did you get that idea? WOT is a safety speculation add-on *note it's "speculation*, not exactly *assurance*. As a matter of fact I found WOT to be the most unbiased add-on I have ever seen - even better than those SiteAdvisor or Symantec rubbish.
WOT is the very BEST add-on you'll EVER need.