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|User since||June 10, 2009|
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there's a bug when used with the Vert Tabbar extension. It creates a gap between the scrollbar and the vertical tab bar.
The vert tabbar author is looking into this - i'd be grateful if you could encorporate a fix in your tweaks section. Thanks.
I like this extension a lot. But there seems to be an alignment problem with the scroll-bar and the tab-bar when the tab-bar is placed on the right.
There is a small, visible gap between them thats quite annoying.
Amazing addon - really speeds up browsing.
Excellent UI, smart default options. Light on resources.
I uninstalled Smarterfox because this blows it completely out of the water and is a lot more customizable
But opening Images through Pixlr seems broken... tried with Piknik and it works.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.5).
Conceptually Feedly is a good idea that is quite well implemented. It gives Google Reader a much needed make-over.
However there are a couple of caveats. Firstly, it does slow down page scrolling if the mini-bar is enabled - even on FF 3.5 with Feedly 2.0a. Admittedly it's much better than on previous versions, but it is still noticeable.
A second, more serious problem for me, is that some links via Feedly will not open due to a conflict with Ad Muncher, an ad-blocking program. This has been reported to both the Feedly and the Ad Muncher team - but both parties seem to blame each other so nothing has been done about it for months. A real pity.
However, if you don't use Ad Muncher and are careful with which settings you enable - Feedly is a decent extension for firefox.