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|User since||February 5, 2009|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Rated 4 out of 5 stars|
It restarts. That's it. And that's EXACTLY WHAT I NEED! Thanks.
Works, does what it says. Interface to add new board is a little wonky, but that may be the API. Never had problems with the positioning on the pin-box that Lady Kairuyka mentioned.
Certainly works better than the other Pinterest extension.... [not trying to damn with faint praise].
While the screen-capping and editing work great, clicking on any of the share buttons ends with a greyed-out screen and the "working" cursor. (see http://imgur.com/l26rHXw - Pinterest is highlighted, but same behavior occurs for other share buttons) I'm running Aurora 22.0a2 (2013-04-11) and Win7. I also tried it in Firefox 20.0 Portable, both "normally" and as administrator -- same behavior. :-(This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.3).
Great concept, but wish it was more flexible.
I'd prefer the the tabs on the left, and URL on the right, as I'm more often looking at the tabs than the URL.
The deal-breaker right now is the search-button going to the google-default; I regularly search directly on wikipedia, amazon, ebay, and custom-search providers [and expect them to open in a new-tab, as per my configs]. While I love the condensed look of Prospector, the loss of specific-search-in-new-tab was a big disappointment.
Clippings has been a major customer-service help. So often people open new issues without searching for existing issues; instead of searching again to find the appropriate thread, I can now search and type u pa response once, save it to clippings, and rapidly respond every time it happens again. And backing up the clippings-file to my dropbox allows me to share across machines, as well.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.1).
Simple, essential, does what you need - even when you're not aware that you need to. NoScript keeps me - and the web - safer.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (188.8.131.52).
"It's All Text!" is so important to my workflow that I never notice it's there -- until I'm in another profile and it's not. IAT allows me to edit smoothly and comfortable in my editor-of-choice (Emacs) giving me so much more control over what I'm doing. Thanks!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.3.1).
XPather is an excellent add-on to the DOM Inspector. Sure, you can manually navigate 20-nodes deep into a tree -- sometimes. XPather is a quick way to get exactly where I want to go. Plus, the interactive evaluator is a big time-saver. It's got a small footprint, and does what I need.
My only quibble is that the xpath expression is not available in the DOM Inspector when diving directly to the element; but navigating to the nearest node and back fixes this.