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|User since||November 24, 2008|
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Excellent plugin. Makes Firefox save passwords even on sites where automatic password saver doesn't work.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.2.5).
This plugin works as advertised. However, it could be greatly improved by adding the following:
1) Ability to choose highlight colors (or disable marking of dofollow links altogether)
2) Keyword shortcut for activating it
3) Toolbar button for activating it
Useful tool for creating deep links without having to login to your CJ account, select the right advertiser, find the right link, and so on. It saves a lot of time and seems to be working quite well in the short time I've been using it.
Brings the RSS icon back to Awesomebar where it belongs.
The only (tiny) problem is that it doesn't display the RSS icon when you go back (using the Back button).
This plugin does the job. I think it's better than the other one, "RSS Icon". This one displays the RSS icon to the right side of the bookmark star (=good), and it doesn't flicker when a site with RSS feed loads.
The only issue I've found is that when navigating using the Back button and the site loads from Firefox cache, the RSS icon isn't displayed (even if the site has an RSS feed).
It's kind of what I was looking for, but there are some problems.
1. It flickers when loading a page which has an RSS feed (jumps to left/right)
2. If navigating using the Back button, the RSS icon won't appear even if the page has RSS feed.
It's a great plugin, but it has some issues with Firefox 4. I have the Add-On bar disabled, but whenever I use the Eyedropper tool (via keyboard shortcut or context menu) it gets enabled automatically, which is somewhat annoying. It's unnecessary because the plugin already displays the color information in a pop-out box at the bottom right corner.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.5.5).
This extension does exactly what I was looking for in Firefox 4. It allows me to keep the menu bar, but remove the title bar. I always use Firefox in maximized mode, so title bar is just wasted space for me. However, I do use menu bar and I have some bookmarks sitting there, so I don't want to lose it. Once again, this add-on is great for this.
The only issue is that the minimize / restore / maximize buttons are pretty small. They could be larger.
This plugin provides exactly what I was missing in Firefox 4. I am using several add-ons so I have the new Add-On bar always on, and it simply does not make sense not to use all the space on the left side of it.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2011.04.06.18).
It used to be a great plugin until they added that SmartLinks junk. Uninstalled.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (4.0.2).
I have been using this theme for years. It's clean, simple, light... What's not to like? The icons are really compact so you have the maximum screen space available for webpages.This user has a previous review of this add-on.
Exactly what I was looking for!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.9.2).
Very useful plugin. I have several Google accounts and this is a real time saver.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.5.7.1).
The plugin works nicely, but sadly it isn't very useful for me.
I wish it showed the word count in the status bar automatically for every text selection without you having to click the icon and tell it to.
Character count would also be very useful.
My favorite theme, been using it for months. Simple and compact.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.5.1).
Looks great and stylish, and fits Vista perfectly.
I can't imagine browsing without NoScript anymore. It's an essential plugin for any Firefox user concerned about his safety. Thanks to NoScript, my antivirus program has been out of work for months.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.8.6).
Sidefoot is a Firefox plugin for fast social bookmarking in tagfoot network. It works similarly to, say, StumbleUpon or Delicious toolbars for Firefox and lets you save and tag sites you like with a few clicks. Sidefoot is superior to other similar plugins I've tried, however, because you can enter site review and tags in a neat pop-up window without ever navigating from the page, and share it with your friends immediately. It also supports keyboard shortcuts which are very handy for anyone who wants to save their time bookmarking.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.7.1.1).