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One feature now broken Rated 3 out of 5 stars
The Private Tab extension used to work well... until I updated Firefox to version 52.0 (64-bit). Now, if I have a bookmark with "private:" prefixed to the URL -- e.g. "private:https://addons.mozilla.org/" -- the bookmark no longer works at all. Are other people seeing this too?This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.2.1.2). This user has 2 previous reviews of this add-on.
Useless, always wrong Rated 1 out of 5 stars
I use many search engines in my Firefox search bar. They all work well except this one. It _always_ takes me to the wrong page in CanIUse.com. I've tried surrounding the search term in quotes but it doesn't help. This is completely useless and I've removed it from my search list.
Now I just go to CanIUse with an ordinary bookmark, and use their built-in search box at the top of the page, which works fine.
Still works in FF42 for me... Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Scrapbook is still working for me in Firefox 42 (on a Mac). I don't have it installed in my VMs so I don't know about Windows or Linux compatibility.
I suppose if you were desperate, you might be able to transfer your Scrapbook data folder to a Mac and run FF+Scrapbook from there. Also it's much easier to print almost anything to a PDF on a Mac (that's built-in to the printing routines), so you might save your data that way.
I haven't installed FF43 which came out recently -- has anybody tried to run Scrapbook there?
Tracking protection - which pages? Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I didn't know about clicking the address icon, but now that I try it... I'm seeing approximately the opposite of what you're reporting. Firefox is telling me that Tracking Protection is working for _all_ pages that have tracking elements (including this one), whether they're private windows, private tabs... or ordinary (not private) windows or tabs!
Maybe there's some about:config settings that affect this? Or might the FF alert be feeding off the anti-tracking filter installed in AdBlock Plus or some other extension? Seems unlikely... Moz said they were adding anti-tracking to private windows, not for _all_windows. I have no idea what's going on here.
Tip and Question Rated 5 out of 5 stars
wongchunwai said: "its really great. would be prefect if private mode trun on automatically by detecting predefined url/domain."
It does. From the (very limited) documentation: "Also you can create private bookmarks to always open some links in private tabs: just append “private:” before URL, example: private:https://addons.mozilla.org/"
Question: In the newest Firefox 42.0, they've added some anti-tracking features to private windows. I assume that works in private tabs too, but I'm not sure. Does anybody know?
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Although the extension says it's signed, I'm seeing this alert in the FF list: "ColorZilla could not be verified for use in Firefox." I think that means it will break soon... are other users seeing this in their Add-Ons page (extensions list)?This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.8.1-signed).
Broken in Firefox 36? Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Has anyone been able to get version 0.9.5.10 to work in Firefox 36? (I'm on a Mac, but I doubt that matters.) This used to work really well, but since I updated Firefox all it shows is a blank window. :(This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.9.5.10.1-signed.1-signed).
Shows wrong rendered font Rated 1 out of 5 stars
This extension is worse than useless because, although it shows the correct font stack, it can actually show the wrong rendered font.
For example, I have a stack that starts with Georgia, Times, etc... This extension claims that the font actually rendered is Times, but that's simply untrue; Georgia is available and is being rendered. Although they're fairly similar fonts, I know the difference between the two -- just zoom in on a lower-case "i" or "j" and it's obvious. (I used to teach typographic design.) Anyway, just to make sure I wasn't making a mistake, I checked it against a font book. I wasn't wrong; the extension was.
I don't know what the problem is with this extension. Might it be because I'm using an older version of Mac OSX? (Snow Leopard, 10.6.8.) Hard to believe that would matter... and if there's a compatibility issue, it should just refuse to work at all. Anyway, until they correct this bug, I advise people to avoid it because it could confuse you big-time.
By the way, they do seem to have fixed the entirely different problem I reported back in 2012, in my prior 1-star review. I thought I'd give this another chance now. Oh well.
Useless Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Basically useless, because it shows the same never-changing, totally absurd date/timestamp for each item. Also has only one timestamp, not two like the original CacheViewer. Also has an obnoxious huge ?DONATE? button that you can't get rid of.
There are one or two minor added features, but overall this thing is too clunky and buggy to use. The original CacheViewer is pretty poor, but this is even worse.
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
JSOff used to work fine in Mac Firefox, then disappeared no matter what I did. It took me an hour or two to find out what was going on.
I'm still running Firefox 28 (purposely) in both Mac (Snow Leopard) and in Windows 7. JSOff 1.02 still works fine in Windows 7 FF28, but doesn't show up at all, anywhere, in Mac FF28. The Add-Ons Manager shows it as "installed" and active, but there's no button and no way to access it (even during the toolbar "Customize" routine). I even created a new, blank profile in case there was an extensions conflict; made no difference.
I was luckily able to roll back JSOff to the previous version (1.01) and now it works on my Mac again. I guess the developer never bothered testing version 1.02 in Mac Firefox 28.
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
I agree with AlenFox. The button in the bottom toolbar is frozen in one position. "Customize..." lets me move most icons where I like, but not this one. Its position is non-customizable in both Mac Firefox and Windows Firefox, although in a slightly different way. In both Firefoxes, I use Status-4-Evar to control the bottom toolbar, if that matters (I doubt that it does). Other than that, it's a very convenient little accessory.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.15.1-signed.1-signed).
Rated 1 out of 5 stars
I'm using Mac Firefox. Until recently, Font Finder worked fine. In the newest version of Mac Firefox (15.0.1), however, Font Finder only works the first time I use it after launching Firefox. After that, the extension doesn't work. I have to quit and re-launch Firefox each time I want to use Font Finder -- which obviously makes Font Finder completely impractical to use. The highlighting (of the extension's icon, if clicked on, and the text) seems normal, but no informational box pops up at all. Nothing. It (mis)behaves the same way regardless of whether I use the Font Finder contextual menu or the toolbar icon. A shame, really; it was great when it worked.
Does the developer test this in the Mac version? Of course it's possible there's some conflict with another extension I run, since I do run a bunch. Any suggestions would be appreciated; I miss this extension.