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|User since||March 5, 2007|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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Extremely useful, especially since it means that I have one less thing to sync up between my desktop and laptop. It's easy to set up and has worked much more smoothly than Mozilla Weave has so far. The web interface on foxmarks.com has really come in handy on a few occasions. The only big thing that it's missing is the ability to periodically sync your browser history, too!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.6.0).
Very useful for pages with long comments. I wish the options for splitting it in different directions were part of a submenu, though--I have the 3rd button on my trackball mapped to Expose on OS X, so I cannot split it towards the bottom, only the left or right.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.8.6).
Thank you so much! I'm not that keen on the Safari-esque Firefox themes because everything looks similar and too low-contrast. This works like a charm and fits in well with Leopard.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0b2).
I've used either regular Adblock or the Pro fork since I first found out about Firebird (now Firefox). They are quite effective and can even reclaim space from articles that have (well, had) monstrous banners interrupting the flow of the text. I like the ability to subscribe to an ad-blocking list in Adblock Pro, but I switched back to regular Adblock because I prefer its interface. Adblock is still as simple and straightforward as when I first started using it, so even regular, everyday users who normally wouldn't mess around with host-based blocking should take to it quickly.
Double-team Adblock with Flashblock, and you'll pretty much have most annoyances squashed.