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O Bloody Hell
|Name||O Bloody Hell|
|User since||February 20, 2010|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Not yet rated|
Used to be excellent. It's crap useless now. Rated 1 out of 5 stars
This software once was the best session manager on the market. Now it's virtually useless. With FFox updates it now starts to crap out in way less than 2 hours and fails to work in any useful way. You can't save sessions any longer so you basically lose all your newly opened tabs completely.
Bug reports only result in answers that blame Firefox bugs, instead of the creator raising hell with Firefox over the fact that they (according to him) have destroyed his software's functionality.
Close to useless Rated 1 out of 5 stars
It has no capacity for actually drilling into image links on a thumbnail page -- so all you get is the thumbnails. Since that's the primary goal with something like this -- dealing with thumbnailed pages -- this thing does virtually nothing for you.
You can get pretty much the same effect as this "add-on" by using "save page as.." and telling it "webpage, complete" -- that'll save all the images on THAT page. I suppose you don't have to delete all the other stuff that puts out there, but, still -- this tool is pretty close to useless. Uninstalling.
Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Great concept, very very poorly implemented. It looks great at first, which is likely the reason for the high ratings. It's only after you use it for a while that you see the massive flaw.
That flaw is constant, relentless lockups on "Chrome: Richlist box" script, bad enough that it can take over the browser and force you to use the task manager to kill it.
I tried to put up with it, but it just got to be way too much of a hassle, so I uninstalled it.
"One star" is too high a rating. This thing flat-out ain't ready for primetime.