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|User since||February 13, 2013|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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Awesome idea, implementation, and UI; truly amazing work!
I do have an issue at the moment, however, with the sign-in process; this could be related to my custom policy with browser cookies, and/or initial misconfiguration during attempt to verify persona with google sign-in. This is the error "header?":
ImproperlyConfigured at /browserid/login/
request `http://iota20.aulas.gsyc.es:8000`, was not found in SITE_URL `['http://192.168.1.13:8000']`
would be nice if changing to english language stayed the same layout; instead, it shows the "mobile" version of the page (i.e. http://m.cnet.com)
Great work! I've been waiting a long time for something like this. Favorites should have a nicer display; and it would be nice to change Fontsize
does not work for me on Firefox Aurora on Android v28.02a2
Thank you so much for your work to make Firefox on Android as successful and enduring as its Desktop counterpart. This addon is the first extension I install every time on all newly-installed Firefox apps; Superb work, not to mention the ability for users to customize gestures. Thank you, once again!
nice addon, but the options panel in Firefox Aurora for Android v28.02a2 are not displaying properly.
This addon comes very handy most of the time; though, it would be nice to have an option to blacklist certain sites where you want to disable it, such as the addons.mozilla.org page, for example!
very useful addon for FF on Android. Works great in latest Aurora release v.28.0a2(2013-12-24).
Does not work with FFaurora v.28.0a2(2013-12-24) for android; disables the popup menu when long-clicking/tapping on a link. This is indicated in the last release notes, but it would be nice to have it support the latest Firefox version ASAP! :)This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.2).
Thank you! This looks fantastic on my Fedora19 system; better than anything else I've tried/done to maximize window/screen size.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.7).
the screen size stays at fixed resolution; namely at the size of a small (3.5in.) phone screen. I'm assuming it's a nice game, based on the other rev
It used to have more functions/options and extensions. Some kind of option to differentiate text (i.e. Bold, italic, font-type) would be nice. I used to love QuickFox, haven't used it in a while; and now, I can't remember why I liked it. :(This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.8.1).
It works! Albeit in a very rough, computer robo voice. Aside from the fact that it's functional, unlike some other addons under this category, nothing special.
doesn't work in Firefox 23 on linux; no context menu option available even.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.6.rev24).
Awesome addition to the ever-growing number of Firefox Apps! Thank you for this.
awesome! very good start. However, it would be great if you could include the option to create sub-categories within the listed items. Keep it up!
Does not work with Firefox 22 in Gnome-shell (Fedora); though, initially it does display a prompt to select external editor. Just wanted to leave a heads-up to anyone looking for an in-browser editor-this is not the one; at least it wasn't for me.
What exactly is this supposed to be? Aside from placing an icon on the addon toolbar, there seems to be no function or purpose to this addon. This is made even worse due to the lack of documentation, description, website...anything, for that matter!
very nice security feature, especially since it offers the customizable options for white listing as well as to toggle on/off "undelete" option for a specific time when needed or wanted. thank you for thisThis review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.3.7).
very useful option to regain the additional screen real-estate when needed; the accessible menu-switch to turn it on allows for selective functioning, though, it would be nice if the there was a less obtrusive way when exiting. As for the "loss" of tool buttons, that really needs to be addressed on the part of the user's OS/ROM, unless they fail to see the miniaturized buttons in place of the standard ones. As of May 4,2013, the Firefox version available is 20.0.1, don't see a reason to rate the add on with 1 star for eventually being unneeded 2 or 3 versions down the road