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Christian Höltje (A.K.A. docwhat)
|Name||Christian Höltje (A.K.A. docwhat)|
|Location||Pittsburgh, PA, USA|
|User since||March 5, 2007|
|Number of add-ons developed||2 add-ons|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Rated 4 out of 5 stars|
Add-ons I've created
Edit textareas using an external editor, because it's all text!
Right click on a textarea, select "It's All Text!" and edit the text in the editor of your choice.
Alternatively, click on the edit buttons added for your convenience. Right click on ...
It works, and well! Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Stylish is another example of how the web is not under the control of
the content providers. Stylish is subversive and does it with flair.
As someone who writes CSS everyday, I cringe when I see certain
websites. Other websites are good, but have minor annoyances.
Stylish lets me fix these. I use it to fix some spacing and font
size issues in Bloglines. I use it for certain intraweb sites that
are designed for IE users.
Stylish is great; I don't leave home(page) without it.
This should be put back in the sandbox Not yet rated
According to the policy, add-ons must be accurately described. The description is useless. I installed the software and it doesn't have a place to enter any blog urls or anything similar. It has no preferences via the Add-ons menu. It seems to have something to do with some website, but the website has no documentation on it. When you click on the help, it takes you to a page that says it's not ready yet.
How this got public, I don't know.