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Name cniru
User since April 13, 2008
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Rated 5 out of 5 stars


The best in-browser download manager - hands down. Ever.

It is shame that the addon no longer works with FF 57+ (Quantum) ... and I have decided that I will stick with FF 56.0.2 and disable its auto-update ... for as long as reasonably possible. I know that FF announced Quantum + WebExtensions a long time back, and this could have been ported from XUL/XPCOM to WebEx, but then I neither understand the complex nature of browser APIs, nor do I code myself or pay the bills of the DTA author(s) who did this for free for years as a labour of love.

Here's to hoping that the author(s) find time and resources to make a WebEx version possible (and Mozilla doesn't break things and do sh*t) again. Addons are what made FF great, and they should work with authors of popular addons ... but they are a non-profit themselves. I have donated before, and will make an effort to do so once again - hoping it is some measure of encouragement, even willing to buy a "paid version" for a few $$$.

For those clueless mugs complaining and giving 1* because it does not work with FF57+, do us a service and GTFO and use Chrome / Edge / Opera or somesuch crap. Others who love FF's performance, features and this addon (DownThemAll) will find a way to stay on FF56 or use WaterFox or PaleMoon.

Saved Password Editor

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Does what it says. And flexible enough to find duplicates, old / outdated logins etc, and just works for entering new logins through the "guess" feature even in many non-standard login pages of sites. It is a shame that FF57 kills this without any API support for the same function to port to a WebExtension version of Saved Password Editor. The inbuilt features are inadequate in FF57. Hope Mozilla rectifies this going forward. Too many useful plugins being killed in this transition without any native support.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I wonder why themes which are basically skinning elements break with new FF versions ... anyone knowledgeable around who can throw some light ?

This user has 2 previous reviews of this add-on.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

An awesome theme ... simple and effective ! But modifying install.rdf is no longer working with FF 4b10. There is a scrolling list of button icons where the window maximize / minimize /restore buttons are supposed to be ... probably because FF4 eliminates the title bar ...

If only I knew enough of the Mozilla APIs on how to modify it to correct the errors ... :( ... hope someone with the knowledge does it, after FF4 becomes reaches RC in Feb '11 end ... till then I am using the flawed version ... I don't use mouse to max/min/restore windows anyway ... I have renamed it Whitehart ... fans can get it here:

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Whitehart is the best ! I have used Whitehart on both FF and TB since its Flyson days ... incomparable in terms of simplicity and easiness in the eyes .... Thanks Flyson, DonGato, Anders all those who give in bug reports and coding contribs ! Wish I could contribute ... I am hoping someone makes a compatible one with FF 4b6+ ... though FF4 is yet to become RC till 2011 ...

Take care guys !

X-notifier (for Gmail,Hotmail,Yahoo,AOL ...)

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Awesome !! Just Perfect ! I used to use GMail notifier ... then switched off all old addons as I transitioned to FF3 over the past couple of months ... and then found this ... a week before download day ! This one is just too good ! I use for 3 GMail, 1 Hotmail and 1 Yahoo a/cs ... perfect ! Thanks Mr. Kang !

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0.12).