|User since||November 2, 2007|
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This add-on now obsolete? Rated 2 out of 5 stars
Unless I'm missing something, this doesn't do anything significantly different from the currently (FF 50.0.2) standard search bar. It doesn't even show the icon of the current SE, but it does give a wider list, and the highlighting is nice. What I was hoping for was something to let me tweak the search fields. When I grab a new one, I get the current search term included as a permanent initial entry.
Separators are easy to add. Pick a rarely-used SE with a blah icon (I use Wolfram Alpha), and change the description to a line of dashes!
Abandoned? Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Great idea if it had worked. But it didn't. No links to it anywhere, not in any drop-down menus, by pictures, in the right-click menu. I'm up to Firefox 45.0, but I see from the other review that it hasn't worked for the last 2 years. :(
Phhhhhh! Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Doesn't do a thing. Removed.
Bye, bye, bye. Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Been using it a bit longer now, still don't see anything it does or changes, so removing it.This user has a previous review of this add-on.
What does it do? Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Out of curiosity, I installed this. I've used it for a while. I still have no idea what it does. Everything still seemed to work the same, no new menu items, no new icons, no options panel anywhere. The 1-star isn't for performance, it's for lack of -- well, anything!
Ambivalent Rated 3 out of 5 stars
I'm still using this, but it's sometimes frustrating. It loses settings every once in a while, so preferences have to be re-entered, but to do so either it takes me to its own new tab, or else I have to futz with going through a series of add-on pages. It needs to have an icon for the settings page, and pop it up in a new window or dialog box.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (184.108.40.206-signed).
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Works well, though it could be improved. I use sticky-keys, so don't know how typical this behavior is, but ctrl seems to get stuck sometimes just for this app, so that it pops up every time any link is crossed. This is sometimes useful! However I haven't figured out how to reliably cause it yet. It may be treating left and right ctrl keys differently. Hitting ctrl twice usually starts it opening all links, and space followed by ctrl usually stops it.
Opens pictures quickly, but websites more slowly, and just shows a blank screen if it can't open a site at all. I haven't figured out why it only opens some. E.g. it will open Wiki, but not YouTube.
Needs an icon instead of having to switch from mouse to keyboard, but still better than other previewers.
Your website seems to have been hacked Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Tried it first time and got kicked to a game site. No translation. I'm disabling for now, will check back in a few weeks to see if you've cleaned it up.
Nice to Know Rated 5 out of 5 stars
This app is great, it takes the place of all other image searches! I don't know what you use for your initial list now-a-days (an update function might be a nice add), but it would help others to know what they do.
First, GazoPa and Cydral are no more, and E-Hentai has changed their API or something, so it no longer works.
Google, TinEye, and Bing are well known.
The real stars are the ones that do something other than search:
ImgOps is a gateway to a plethora of picture editing programs.
Regex gives the metadata on a photo, way more than I ever realized existed!
The others all search specific areas that Google & Co. might miss:
KarmaDecay = Reddit
SauceNAO = Manga and Anime
IQDB = Anime and Manga
Ascii2D = Japan
Baidu = China
Yandex = Russia.
I do hope that Yahoo becomes available, to join the big three image search engines.
Not working Rated 2 out of 5 stars
This looks like just the add-on I was searching for, but it doesn't seem to be working. No tooltips show up. I have a fair number of add-ons, could anything else be interfering? Using Firefox 38.0.1
Problems Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Didn't help. The icons were practically microscopic when I saw them while trying to customize, and in normal use my status bar isn't even visible on Firefox 6.0, which I don't understand. Anyway, bigger icons and options to put them into both the toolbar and status bar simultaneously would be needed to make this useful. Linking them to the arrow keys would also be nice.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.3.1-signed.1-signed).