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|User since||June 24, 2008|
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I like this addon, especially how it works with Google's sneaky URL re-writing. One thing I noticed however is that the location bar flashes yellow every time the addon does its thing...I didn't see any discussion of this anywhere and it drove me nuts trying to figure out why Firefox would "randomly" flash the location bar like that. Anyway now that I've discovered that, I'd really like a way to turn it off...a simple checkbox in the addon options would be great. :)This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.3).
I really appreciate this addon. One thing to suggest...remove Gmail's link mangling too! I don't know exactly what happens behind the scenes with links in Gmail -- the links appear to go directly to the indicated web page -- but when you click a link it will actually open a new tab with the same URL location as the Gmail message you were reading and then the page will be redirected. Normal web pages that open links in new tabs will momentarily show the URL "about:blank" before loading the desired link, but if you watch carefully Gmail's links load a page from Google first, not about:blank (try it). Also, if you go to the advanced Firefox options and set it to warn you when a page tries to perform a redirect, you will get the warning every time you click a link in Gmail! Very annoying.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.4). This user has a previous review of this add-on.
I don't normally write reviews but I just wanted to refute some of the claims of the other reviewers. This addon works great for me in Firefox 22; but note that you must tell it what you want it to do in the addon's options. I use it to block the refferer on all pages. I know it works for two reasons. First is that if you visit a page hosted by Agility Host and your referrer is altered or blocked you will notice that the images don't load. Try my friend's website terrystowingstl.com Second reason is if you visit aruljohn.com and click the "view more details" link it will tell you what your referer is, in my case it's always "none". Even right-clicking the link and choosing "open in new tab" shows that the referrer has been blocked. Disabling the addon will show the normal referrer sent by Firefox. Nice work on this and thanks.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.8.16).
Would it be possible to add this feature into Gmail as well? I really dislike how all links in emails pop up a google.com page first and then redirect to the actual link. Thanks!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.4).
This same functionality is available by enabling the "Unread message icon" lab within Gmail settings.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.10.2).
Managing my full-time headless utorrent client pc in the basement just got a whole lot easier with this addon. I can just browse to an online .torrent from any pc in the world, drag it's link to the FF status bar, and my utorrent client D/Ls it and sends back 3-sec delayed stats about transfer speeds, displayed discretely in the status bar. Quick access to the full webUI is a plus, too.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.1.8.2b).
Yes, this add-on supports Firefox 3.0+
Don't know how the date is 2006, but he updated it to allow it to work with ver 3.
To the guy who says it's too easy to delete all your cookies, just spread the window's width to like 75% of the screen. Then when you click 'Remove all cookies' you have to move the mouse to the other side of the screen to click 'OK'. If you didn't really want to do it...or after the list goes empty you remember a cookie you need...just go the the other side of the screen and click 'Cancel' and no changes are made.