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|User since||June 3, 2012|
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Pretty good - 4 functions for citing. Even works with Firefox version 26.
Do you think you could make an English version though? (it's in French)
I right-clicked on "Copy-Link-Title" by Erik Vold and tried to paste it here, but it didn't work; it pasted something else I had copied before.
It's really Firefox's fault, by keeping us protected from malware they (have to) keep updating, so extensions readily become outdated. I'm working with FF 24.0 btw. The strange thing about this add-on is that it does work sometimes, just not reliably...
Works in Firefox 24. Pretty neat.
Great add-on. Very useful.
Exactly what I was looking for. Nonpareil.
WhiteAlice, you f****** rock!!! Just thought I'd say. :)This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.0).
Pretty good. I had written a review complaining that the toolbar icon kept disappearing, and my Flash cookies were not being deleted upon exit, and was written back to be informed that the beta versions fix this (5.05 right now). Okay.
It does a pretty good job, allowing you fine-grained control over every tracker, cookies, and LSOs (super-cookies). Plus stuff like scanning images, iframes and the like for the paranoid (Tip: use Collusion's data to tell how well a security add-on is working).
It gets kind of annoying when you can't load a part of a page, but they do have an option to disable blocking for that tracker, no biggie for me (if you get frustrated by this, switch to DoNotTrackMe -- they have real-time tracker list updates). Glad that these kinds of tools are available to the public, and for free. That's pretty nifty. :)
No Joy. I'm on FF 24.0, installed it and attempted to use it on YouTube. It neither blocks it, nor shows any signs of a "!!!" button. Am I missing something here, or is this a bug?
In case you can't speak Russian, X3milk says, "in a dark theme icon is not visible" (courtesy of Google Translate).
Decent add-on. No big points, but no annoyances or issues. Does what it says. I like how it doesn't force you to use a hotkey, too.
Works great. I can delete my cookies (for privacy), but still keep a few (logins, ebay cart, etc.)
Still working in FF 24
Sidebar. Real-time code. Awesome.
Doesn't work. When I click the icon on the statusbar/addonbar it says "404 page does not exist"This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0).
It works with the latest version of Firefox (23.0.1), and no bugs noted.
As for its usefulness, I'm not really sure I've found a (good) application...
Maybe for "take our quick survey..." if you just want to mess with them, I suppose.
THIS ADD-ON CAN ONLY DELETE BOOKMARKS ONE AT A TIME.
IF YOU WHO HAVE LOTS OF BOOKMARKS:
USE "BOOKMARKS CHECKER - CHECK FOR BAD LINKS" INSTEAD
'The Bookmarks Checker - check for bad links' extension can scan for duplicates as well as bad links. It will automatically select every single duplicate for you and allow you to delete all (say, 6000) bookmarks in one click.
Maybe this one could use a multi-select function. It does have one advantage over the other extension, though: this extension displays them along with their location (specifically, it sorts them by URL, whereas the other sorts them by location). If you have OCD, like me, you'll *want* to keep the bookmarks you might have stashed in folders, neatly organized, so use this one... on the other hand, if you don't really care, use the bookmarks checker.
P.S. please don't be too impatient with the developer. It's hard work with no pay.
This add-on is MUCH EASIER than going to about:cache and converting the kilobytes to megabytes.
Instead, it sits on your add-on bar and tells you the size of your cache in a more "friendly" unit (MB).
And, for those of us with small screens, allows a more compact mode.
Not as much of a hassle as I thought it would be, and plus is it's a good youtube stopper, regardless of whether the video is in HTML5 or not.
A better interface for Firefox's obscure click-to-play ability. Plugins can (though rarely) be a security risk if run, so modern browsers appear to be giving users better control on this.
Reposting helpful hints:
If it doesn't look like it's doing anything, set individual plugin settings to 'Ask to Activate' in your extension manager.
If you can't see a plugin click-to-play interface, you can toggle the little plugin icon that appears in the urlbar.
Just another security/privacy add-on to set your mind at ease :)
Yeah, I don't think it was implemented in Firefox 17 (it's still not default in Firefox 23).
Unfortunately, not working for me; won't allow install, says it's incompatible with my current version (@dev: should I even be putting these 'not working' messages in reviews?)
Works as described for me. Helpful if you move your bookmarks [in your bookmark toolbar] around a lot, and they don't cooperate.
It doesn't DO anything exactly, it just fixes functionality.
Simply clicking the star in Firefox (v. 22) now adds the page to Unsorted Bookmarks already (http://mzl.la/LHrvqn#w_how-do-i-create-a-bookmark), so this add-on seems kind of redundant.
It does add potentially useful features, though -- bookmarking the link on right-click, allowing multiple sites to be bookmarked quickly (via Multiple Tab Handler), and quicker bookmarking in older versions of Firefox.
Its usefulness aside, otherwise flawless.