|User since||Dec. 28, 2009|
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Dump all the Pay to View Newsites or in the least allow users to disable that mass of foobar selection Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Dump all the Pay to View Newsites or in the least allow users to disable that mass of foobar selection. Many have asked, suggested, repeatedly desired Newspatio either stop forcing its users with a deluge of Pay to View sites like the Washington Post and others or in the least add a View Only Free to View websites. Only 1 star for not listening to all of the others voicing the same complaint and carrying that out.This user has a previous review of this add-on.
Where is the configuration file? Rated 3 out of 5 stars
Washington Post which predominately comes up is a pay to view news site as are several that Newspatio selects for you. I need to eliminate all the pay to use feeds.
Watching Big Brothers Lack of Response Rated 5 out of 5 stars
During this Solar Max period, the earth is awash in mass amounts of excess and at times extreme solar radiation. Massive Solar Flares during this Solar Max period are far more common. What I find really interesting is the N0HR Propfire app reads this in real time as it impacts the earths ionic atmosphere, THEN I wait for NASA,DHS,NOOA and Main Stream Media to report on that extreme radiation hitting the earth and all life living on earth. What I found is a very telling delay, sometimes amounting to 3,5 days AFTER the event has peaked or AFTER the event before the event is reported which should have read, 'Oh by the way, last weekend you were hit by extreme solar radiation without warning, have a nice day'. With this Propfire app, you'll see the Solar Flare erupt in real time on your desktop, laptop or mobile device and act accordingly yourself.
***** 5 Stars, Highly Recommended regardless if you are a HAM or Short Wave listener but want to protect yourself and loved ones against unnecessary extreme solar radiation exposures.
Desperately Needs Randomizer Option Rated 4 out of 5 stars
This add-on TMN desperately needs a Java Script Randomizer for the time the searches are requested option.
TMN developers should add another add-on that randomly pulls up hundreds of thousands of safe websites to dump goose stepping western agencys tracking Internet users patterns.
Please add a randomizer option for the time the quierys are sent to squash goose stepping western agencys Internet profiling databases and fill them with useless trash.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Well done Web Proxy, very easy to use and supports SSL also. Very recommended!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (220.127.116.11-signed).
Works with Firefox 5.0 Also Rated 5 out of 5 stars
BuddyFox is a very nifty compact instant messager that I highly recommend. YES IT WORKS WITH Firefox 5.0. To collapse the small BuddyFox chat window simply click on the Buddy Icon on your taskbar.This user has a previous review of this add-on.
Buddy Fox HELP! Rated 4 out of 5 stars
I can't see to collapse the BuddyFox chat window! The add-on appears to work OK, but the inability of the user to quickly and easily collapse the BuddyFox chat window is a major pain in the ass. The Developer should definately make it far easier to simply click on a X or some button to collapse the chat window and get back to browsing.
Ver. 2.0.1 DOA Rated 4 out of 5 stars
This add-on worked fine until the automatic updater loaded in version 2.0.1 and it totally stopped working. It won't log into my Yahoo account, it just hangs like a old sock in the wind when you input your email data and press 'OK'. Kinda sad really, all of the previous versions seemed to be tested before releasing them! I'm running this under Firefox 3.5.6This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.0.3).
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Within 60 seconds of entering the WhiteHouse .gov website, my system was hacked. The hackers tried to take over my keyboard and access my security files on this computer. They went right thru a full stealth firewall which tells me it was a Federal Agency. Mozilla's free addon Keyscrambler stopped them dead.