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|User since||October 20, 2008|
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The best add-on, and absolute essential. I've either crashed my machine/partition or had to create a new WS profile in the past, where having XMarks was very very handy or necessary. I rate this as a 5/5 easily. Older versions store passwords (can still be downloaded) & allow storage and sync. of passwords. Those older versions are also compatible with all versions of FF...
A MUST HAVE!!
I wasn't sold on this ("sounds too good"), until I installed this baby. Excellent, awesome. Compatible with all current versions of FF. Haven't tried it on the new FF-Aurora... but I don't think any extensions do.
Thanks much, and highly recommend!
I've always used this toolbar. Works great for those of us that are constantly u/l pics/images for use on Blogs, sites etc. It's caused my browser (v.3.xx) to crash in the past when running with "screengrab" at the same time. I prefer this one. Gonna give it a try now on v.4.xx
In case you haven't read... you get BEST usage out of this toolbar if you actually have an imageshack acct.
Ok, I wrote a review on an earlier version (SKY)... but I really much like this one better. I'm making this one my default theme.
Very nice. I've become tired of looking for compatible themes for the latest v. of FF. Many thanks. I've given it 5 stars, but wanted to put in 4-1/2. This has now become my default theme.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.6.3).
I've really enjoyed this theme on all of my previous versions of FF... It's excellent. Would LOVE an update for more current browsers (i.e. 4.xx)
Thanks for the hard work.
I really love this extension. It's great for those of us with Imageshack accounts (no bandwidth quota). Allows for on the spot tags, resize capabilities etc.
Only downfall is, (beta of course for newer browsers), is that occasionally it will crash the browser. This usually happens after consecutive uploads/transloads of up to 3-5.
I'll still use it despite this. Otherwise, It's a great utility. Hope the bugs get worked out.
I highly recommend this add-on. I use it on any & all machines/workstations I have. It really has the functionality of multiple add-ons that are out there.
Excellent plug-in. I highly recommend it. It really has a lot of the functionality of multiple plug-ins that are out there.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.3.8.2).
I cannot emphasize enough how much this add on has changed my online social habits. I do quite a bit online already, but this addon simplifies and speeds all of my activity. I absolutely love this.
I really like this. Many favicons on my favorites I absolutely hate. Google of all sites has some of the lousiest (not all just some).
I recommend this for the simple stuff. I have no need for folder or RSS favicon, so I can't speak for this.
I give it 5 stars.
I really enjoy this theme quite a bit. It is my Default skin/theme for my FF. And since, I almost ONLY use FF, this is a very attractive look on my VISTA. I like the tab options built into this. If nothing else, this will always be my Default Theme.
I'm at work right now, so I haven't tried this yet. But this is going to be PERFECT for my needs and meeting my bandwidth quota from my ISP. There's a couple of other add-ons here that are similar, but are limited in function.
I really like this. I keep my FF on without having to switch between browsers to get updates that my machine may request.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.1.10).
I really like this feature. I would have given this a 5 star rating if it weren't for the fact that I already use another Tab-Mix-Plus add-on that does this and significant other stuff. This however is much lighter, and has little to NO crashes as is seen way too often with the Tab-Mix-Plus ext.
Thanks for this.
This sounds like a perfect idea. I've already received 2 phone calls from my ISP letting me know that I've either exceeded or am coming close to exceeding my Bandwidth. I wish that this supported (US) ISP's popular over here: COMCAST, and TimeWarner. Both of these have recently publicly (legal issues) promised to maintain bandwidth quotas.