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|User since||May 29, 2011|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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Nice design and well made too. But it is a vertically repeating pattern, creating strange, horiziontal lines on sidebar addons like All In One Sidebar.
Great concept but takes up too much space. May be useful for lot of people but in my case it eats too much screen real estate, especially with many tabs open.
I would come back to it if there was a way to significantly reduce the amount of screen space it takes up.
Awesome addon, finally I can use YouTube again without wanting to punch my screen. Only problem I have is that the 480p resolution has disappeared in all videos. Only 1080p 720p and 360p are available.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.0.1).
A bit buggy.
Transition between normal and fullscreen is rather choppy. Occasionally it gets stuck in fullscreen and there is no way to get to the URL bar, other than restarting the app. (galaxy note 2)
Nevertheless this app is a real enhacement. No idea why firefox mobile doesn't have this fumctionality on its own, that URL bar is unreasonably huge.
This addon would be perfect but the stars are still not displayed in the sidebar or the manager, so it is useless to me.This user has a previous review of this add-on.
This addon is nearly flawless. It looks great and there are many configuration options.
It would be nice if it was possible to make the background transparent, so that it would work with addons like GlassMyFox.
Another nice addition would be synchronizing the dials across different computers, maybe via a bookmarks folder that is synced with xmarks.
Would be even better if it was possible to make the background transparent, so that it would work with Addons like GlassMyFox
Works flawlessly with almost any other addon or interface modification.
Only aroblem: The text in sidebars like bookmarks is a little hard to read due to the transparent background.
It would be nice if it was possible to give the text a white shadow or change the transparency settings for the sidebar, like with every other part of the window.
I've been searching for something like this forever.
My main problem with this addon is, that it can only be used in the bookmarks drop-down-menu and not in the bookmarks-sidebar.
I have very very many bookmarks so using the drop-down menu is impractical. If it would work with the sidebar I would give five stars.
Another problem is that ratings cannot be synced to other computers via xmarks but I don't know how this could be solved.
This is a well made addon. It has every reverse image search engine there is,it's customizable and works perfectly. Never had any problems with it.
- Additional upload function from Harddisk would be nice, if possible...
Very useful addon but quite buggy. Maybe compatibility issues with the new firefox? I can't delete addons from the sync list, after a few seconds the window says "synchronizing" and they just reappear (FF5).
Still great concept...
For the last time, there is no real proof that lastpass has been effectively hacked. There was just some strange traffic in their network, on other occasions they could find the source of the traffic, in this case they couldn't. Most other companies probably wouldn't even notice something like that (*cough* sony) or even worse, they might ignore it. LastPass on the other hand are paranoid, which is a good thing in this case.
And even if someone managed to get their hands on the password hashes and salt of some acounts, it wouldn't necesarily mean they could decrypt your data, which is only stored encrypted on the server. LastPass don't store your master password on the server, so they can't recover it if you lost it, but this way it also can't be stolen.
If your password was good enough (10+ characters, not in a dictionary, numbers, many special characters) there is no way anyone could bruteforce your password and decrypt your encrypted data in less than 500 years.