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|User since||June 24, 2011|
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To clarify what this does:
It adds a new search engine along where Google and Yahoo etc goes in the "search bar.
I think this may come in handy once in a while. Instead of distracting my attention and going to the forum, then pasting what I'm searching for, Then going to the results, I can do this on the page I'm on. My searches open in a new tab so I can put them side-side
First for review!
Sadly it doesn't work even with compatibly mode working. I recon it needs to be updated.
Nothing changes in the add-on manager to see : (
This is one of those "Fun" extensions that you may not need per se, but is fun to enable once in a while just to see where you'd diddled away your time the most
Thanks for developing this
Very nice for those couple of sites that the QuickDrag extension addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/quickdrag
won't work on. Saves me having to right click when I'm saving a lot of pictures on them. It cuts out that repetitive step
As "James J on January 16, 2011" suggested on page 2 I am using this:
It works great when I can't drag a picture to save it
It seems like it's not working on Fx 9.0.1 even though it says it installed.
There is not an added option like there used to be in Fx ver 3. It was good while it lasted. I restarted a few times to double check too.
That's OK because I started to save all my xpi's manually now anyway as I try new ones.
I gave it 5 stars because when it did work it was excellent
It cleaned the add-ons window very neat. For one who runs about 40 some extensions all the time and going back to the settings frequently it is a breeze now.
This is now on my "Must have" list!
Thank you for developing this AND making it restartless
Make This Compatible
Tell Firefox to stop checking the compatibility of all your add-ons. After you do this all your incompatible extensions Should automatically work. Note: On some you MAY notice they are not working exactly the same. Most will though.
Follow this Simple procedure:
Type "about:config" in the address bar: (without the " ")
> Right-click on any empty area to see the context menu (right click)
> Select "New"
> Select "Boolean"
> Type or copy/paste "extensions.checkCompatibility.9.0.1" (without the " ") Note: Make sure there is a dot Before the first number
> Set the value to "false"
After doing the above, you can add this extension to Firefox without seeing the "....could not be installed...." message
FYI: Any Custom changes you or your extensions make will be in bold in about:config
More officially about this from Mozilla: http://kb.mozillazine.org/Extensions.checkCompatibility
I've used Menu Editor for years now for with options and is kept updated and no misspellings
This sounds like a nice extension for those who don't want to mess with a bunch of options and want to be done quickly.
So glad I found this. I missed having something that acts like CSLite etc etc. Reverted to the CookieFast extension. It had a temp home but now I evicted it from the tab bar. The bed is still warm and Cookie Monster is taking up residence. <BR>I had tried most of the cookie managing extensions but none acted like this one.<BR><BR>I have to agree with "JDPower" below that the status bar icon could use changing to a simple intuitive red/green, tick/cross icon type to make this almost, if not complete. <BR><BR><BR>Thank you s1tony for making Cookie MonsterThis review is for a previous version of the add-on (18.104.22.168-signed).
Kind of cool for a Looksee once in a while. Learned more of what & where I spend time at.
I like the fact that it basically disables itself afterward too
As a workaround if one of your add-ons won't install,instruct Firefox to stop checking the compatibility of all your add-ons. After you do this all your incomparable extensions Should automatically work. Note: On some you MAY notice they are not working exactly the same. Most will.
Naturally, doing so could put your system at risk but if you’re desperate to make an add-on work (like me), try this change at your own risk. I do/did for every ver bump & all is well so far. That or you can edit every .rdf file but that's a pain right?!
Type "about:config" without the " " in the address bar & hit enter....
Then right-click anywhere in the about:config list of settings & choose New, Boolean. When prompted, type extensions.checkCompatibility, press Enter. At the second prompt, select false & press Enter again.
Now Restart Fx
Hope this helps more then a few