Anonymous-5408213

About me

Developer Information
Name Anonymous-5408213
Location Seattle, WA, USA
Occupation Visual C++ coder
Email address
User since July 24, 2010
Number of add-ons developed 0 add-ons
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My Reviews

InspectThis

I like it(InspectThis 1.0.0). Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I like it(InspectThis 1.0.0).

But I had to skin the "DOM Inspector"*;
gave it a light-on-black, instead of dark-on-white.
*:
  My-Profile-for-FireFox\extensions\inspector@mozilla.org\chrome( skin/ content/ )
    skin\classic\inspector\viewers\dom\
      Dom.CSS

Phoenix

The Phoenix editor is how I view generated HTML Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I can't edit my review, so I'll redo it here.

I like the way Phoenix tells me what .JS/.CSS files a page is accessing.

The Phoenix editor is how I view generated HTML
but, if you need to view files larger than 80 kilo-bytes,
turn off "syntax highlighting" ( as I do ).

I was able to make the editor use light-on-black, instead of dark-on-white.

The editor was written in easy-to-edit JavaScript
and the colors are changed via easy-to-edit CSS; see HTML.CSS in:
...Your-Profile/extensions/{8743b66...751e759f}/chrome/content/syntax

HTML, Body, Body *
{ BackGround: BLACK; Font-family: "DejaVu Sans Mono";
Font-size: 22px; Color: RGB( 44, 22, 22 );
line-Height: 1.18em; }

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.7.2). 

Phoenix

A lovely way to view generated HTML Rated 5 out of 5 stars

The Phoenix editor is a lovely way to view generated HTML;
however, don't use it to open "large" files ( 80 kilo-bytes is too big ).
I was able to make the editor use a light-on-black, instead of dark-on-white.

The editor was written in easy-to-edit JavaScript
and the colors are changed via easy-to-edit CSS.

Also, I like the way Phoenix tells me what .JS/.CSS files a page is accessing.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.7.2). 

YesScript

Block < Script> tags found at certain URLs ( not domains ). Rated 1 out of 5 stars

I've spent days looking for something ( maybe an add-on )
to block < Script> tags found at certain URLs ( not domains ).

I love the new Google Images, but I don't want JavaScript to run in certain instances:
"google.TLD\images?" yes, "google.TLD\imgRES?" no.

FireFox's "Polices", YesScript and NoScript can't wildcard URLs,
they're confined to domains.

AdBlocker blocks (wildcarded) URLs from loading, but I want the page to load,
...to load without running the ****ing < Script> tags in it.

GreasMonkey runs AFTER the < Script> tags have done their thing,
so that's no good, and no one seems to care.

The greaseMonkey crowd says "AdBlocker" is all that's needed, nothing more.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.7). 

Greasemonkey

I want to block JavaScript by wildcarding URLs, not domain names. Rated 4 out of 5 stars

I want to block JavaScript by wildcarding URLs, not domain names.
noScript can't do that, neither can GreaseMonkey... I'm still looking.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.8.20100408.6).