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|User since||January 11, 2010|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Not yet rated|
Great help in everyday use: it's good having tabs in 1, 2, 3 or even more rows rather than having to scroll the tab bar. I also like the feature of opening a new tab whenever I enter a new address in the address-bar - no need to open a new tab manually before. There are more features which help making browsing more effective.
To further improve my tab-handling I am using Tab-Scope as well. Both work fine with FF6.
Works perfectly for me on FF3.6: 3 rows of tabs proved to be the right limit for my browsing behaviour as I open all search results which might be interesting in new tabs and then close them after looking at them.
I really miss this app with FF 4.0 Beta 7 - any plans for a beta?
Version 0.7b1 funktioniert mit FF 4.0 Beta 7; auch die Anruflisten sind jetzt direkt über das Menü erreichbar.
Man muss allerdings die Add-On Leiste sichtbar schalten, um den Kontostand zu sehen: Der Button, den man auch in andere Leisten einfügen kann, bietet zwar Zugriff auf das gleiche Menü, zeigt den Kontostand aber nicht an; dies könnte vielleicht über den Tooltip realisiert werden?
works great for profile and album photos.
I had a minor issue when the page refreshed while the photo was loading: The magnified photo did not disappear but stayed there on top of the browser window for all other pages I visited. Closing the tab helped...
Perfect tool: Places a tiny icon to the right of a hyperlink and displays a preview when you hover over it with no risk of launching it by accident. The preview popup is placed perfectly not hiding too much of the screen.
I very much like the warnings displayed when the link target looks like a risk, e.g. executing an action on access.
Works well for the start page, not for all other facebook pages, but it is overall very helpful for getting a better view on all facebook activities and lets you hide unimportant or read items.
The only problem is that especially tabbing uses up too many resources on my netbook hardware: Firefox uses up even more of my limited memory and slows down significantly. I have to disable it when I want to do some more but facebook...
Works great even in combination with Tabberwocky and Tab Scope. I especially like the automatically hiding Groups Bar displaying whenever the mouse moves to the address bar and the hibernation which allows me to keep my tabs for later use without using up memory and without impacting performance on Firefox restart. These three add-ons provide me with the perfect tabs experience.
Thanks for this very useful add-on; I agree that it is worth being included as standard for Firefox.
Good tool: Takes screenshot of entire page, let's you select all or an area and saves it as png or jpg - or copies the entire screenshot to clipboard.
Suggestions for further improvement:
- copy only the selected area to clipboard
- add a print button for printing of selection
- allow adjustment of selection by pulling the selection borders like a graphics rectangle object.
worked, but I didn't like:
- no button / shortcut to start; launching via menu is tiring
- cropping is intolerant: click - drag - done, no adjustment, distracting red colour
Looking for something more handy...