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|User since||October 8, 2010|
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So I ended up liking this more than Slim Addons Manager, which I used for a while because the default is horrid. The only problem with this one is that it dosen't work with the collections interface .... *searches* but I guess that's going to be becoming moot soon, anyway.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.4).
I used this for a good while until I came across Cleanest Addons Manager which I like the style of a bit better. IMO you really need one or the other of these since the default view is just unmanagable for a decent number of addons. I still have this one loaded because Cleanest dosen't do the Collections interface, and Slim does :).This review is for a previous version of the add-on (9).
The main thing I don't understand about this plugin, is that it dosen't let you choose from personas you already have downloaded that are sitting in your extensions manager.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.6.2).
If I can get this thing to work with Kongregate's progress tracking widgets it'll be awesome. I might be able to drop the second installation of Firefox I made to run games in, since half the reason I did that was to use the mousewheel.
I'm thinking it might be possible to integrate it with FlashBlock so that you don't have to exit the page to unload the browser's copy of the swf. (It currently doesn't recognize FlashBlock'd items; I don't know what they look like internally though.)
I get squished things in fullscreen too; somehow, it ignores ATI Catalyst's rescaling settings completely and goes for fully stretched, which can be icky on a widescreen monitor.
I believe someone else recommended something like choosing the next highest highest resolution (optionally, fitting your aspect) that can fit the game and centering it or anchoring it at your choice of edge would be great. It would also make it work better with odd sized games.
Would an option to pipe the games through one of Adobe's standalone player executables be useful?