|User since||March 31, 2008|
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Bridges the gap but not entirely Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Whilst Prism does bring the web a bit closer to the desktop, it doesn't integrate tightly enough with either.
Web: Have a Stylish style that alters an app to your liking? A password manager that signs you in automatically? Bookmarklets to quickly perform various tasks? You will lose all of these things with a Prism app.
Desktop: Much better integration but doesn't currently work very will with Win7. That is fine for now but Prism will become increasingly irrelevant unless support for jump lists + Superbar is included.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
This should be built in to Firefox. Developers should get to say how their feeds are presented, not Firefox.
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Excellent add on that does exactly what it says. However, there are a couple of things that would make it perfect:
1) Right Clicking on bookmarks opens the context menu rather than opening them in a new tab. Since bookmarks are there to be clicked on, right clicking them should really have the same functionality as other links.
2) Some links are set up so that they force the user to open them in a pop up window (normally image slide shows or videos). It would be nice if right clicking them either forced them to open in a tab or opened them in a pop up. At the moment, the context menu still comes up.