|User since||March 5, 2007|
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Darn how I miss this!! :( Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Seems it just stopped working for the latest Firefox Dev Edition (40.0a2) :( first activation on a page hooks the wheel to it and the release action doesn't get triggered anymore. On FF Beta 38 it's still fine! :/
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Simple and brilliant! But as you mention TinEye: Why not include it somehow? I'd love to use both
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Really nice and simple addon! I was looking for something like that.
Say ... keybindings?
Nice but.. What are the keybindings? What About Options?
For instance I never use Alt+MouseWheelUp/Down that could be replaced by next/previous page.
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
At first I was really impressed! But then I realized that the most operations are slower than with keyboard: Ctrl+L and +C is much quicker than pressing the button to copy. I don't need "Up" and even if: I'm faster with either double clicking a part in the Urlbar deleting it pressing enter. I don't need to surf anonymously, I can do the site search via g keyword, and I don't need the tags... that leaves me with the tinyurl wich is real nice! And I was actually looking for something like that. But all that just for the tiny?
Nonetheless: I think this is a cool addon for mouse-addicts. I'd really really suggest to change the dialogs: The green, blue and the script-font are quite ugly!
Another Idea for more buttons: Ok there are already extensions: But arrows for forward and backward would be nice too: They could filter the last number in the URL and in-/de-crease it by one. So you could browse numbered pages or pictures.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
wow! Cool! :] you wrote a FF3 version?!?! Say wasn't there a counter for the occurrencies? Could you put one in? Thanks so much!! :DThis review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.0.0).
yea nice one! Rated 4 out of 5 stars
but customizations are needed! urgently!
For my taste its WAAY too slow.
It reminds me of MAYA 3D: They introduced a camera transition effect in version 7.0. that slided the current camera position smoothly to the next with soft start and soft end. very cool but by default (0.5seconds?) a little to slow.
I found myself trying to turn the view before the transition ended: this caused the camera to flip to the final position and the positive effect was gone.
SO! like in Maya I'd suggest to make the transition time 0.2 seconds. This is enough to see the effect and enough for you to react without beeing interrupted handling the browser (this is what currrently happens!)