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Profile photo by Gabriel Ciora-Márkus
Best form save/restore add-on so far!! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Excellent! Maybe it is not perfect but it is completely usable and very practical.
This add-on is based on a good idea and is working really fast and efficient.
Form data can be edited via opening bookmark(let) properties.
This add-on is my personal favorite for the purpose of saving and restoring (or "auto-filling") form data.
Highly recommended! Only 6 reviews / ratings submitted so far? Unbelievable.
Excellent Tool with minimalistic UI Rated 4 out of 5 stars
This add-on provides great help for creating (building / constructing) and verifying (testing / evaluating) xpath expressions quickly and easily.
Right-click on the current website (or document open in FF) chose "View XPath" from the menu and you get the xpath formula to the element you just clicked. Then in the newly opened window you can interactively check and optionally refine the expression until it fits your needs.
Note that for some tools (and oses) utilizing xpath you have to change a single-quote (') to a double-quote (") in the xpath expression.
Conflict with another add-on after the forced new-style search varia Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Site Search yields better results than most websites' internal search engine, yet it is easier to use and overview.
Excellent add-ons – especially Print Edit!
Search Site is also essential
however, after Mozilla has removed the effect of browser.search.showOneOffButtons false
and Classic Theme Restorer (CTR) added an option called "Old search" in CTR settings group General UI (1)
the green icon of Site Search disappeared.
Please take a look at this and resolve the issue.
I have to post this bug report here since I cannot find any support section or contact for the add-on / author.
Works with Mozilla Firefox 38 Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Works with Mozilla Firefox 38.0.5
Useful if you want to reorganize icons in the "unmovable/locked" area of the status bar:
makes it possible to reorder or remove ("hide") any of those.
trandom is right about this add-on, however there is no need for UI Fixer in my opinion.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Essential, highly recommended! Opens a new world (to those who begin using it)This review is for a previous version of the add-on (22.214.171.124-signed).
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
An essential tool, excellent! :)
I was missing it since FF updated itself lately. One workaround is to install the current beta from the Github repo, e.g. via GitHub Extension Installer... 1.6pre21 Works fine with FF 37.0.2
It has been very good but now became adware Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Used to be a very good and almost essential add-on... However, it seems that the developers turned it into an adware / spyware during March, 2013. Developer's site (ppclick) seems to be a scam or ad-site as well – when it is working. The site has always been an advertiser one according to the archives. It is recommended to stay away from this add-on and the developer's website as well. Beware and do not install, but rather tweak and update some (clean) old version of the add-on for yourself.
Outstanding Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Excellent and essential!!
UI is minimalistic and aesthetic.
Best among all add-ons of this developer.
Fine! Keep up the good work, add "Export in HTML" to Bookmarks Library context menu! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I have been searching an add-on with this basic functionality for a long time and found ExportHTMLFolder *again* today. :)
Firefox 29.0.1 win7 x64: works fine from the bookmarks toolbar and the bookmarks menu as well.
Supports accented characters (UTF-8 / Unicode)
Feature request: please make it work from the Bookmarks Library Window and/or the bookmark sidebar!
I give 5 stars again to encourage some further tuning, i.e. library context menu / bookmark sidebar context menu :)
For those missing this entry from the bookmarks library context menu *at the moment*:
right click on a folder and choose copy, then paste clipboard contents into a libreoffice writer window (for example... or an HTML editor - such as the one in Seamonkey - or maybe another browser tab or window with a web-based editor, e-mail client, etc) This way bookmark folder contents can be copied / "exported" in hypertext format.
I agree with the other commenter, mark27 that this feature (context menu) should be built into FF permanently. The functionality is already there since you can do it in a rather complicated way (see above) However, we also need context menus for this (exporting a bookmark folder or some selected bookmarks as HTML)
We only need too more menus and we are fine! Maybe I would look into it... How to submit patches?
Would be good Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Does it work with FF 24.x?
I have searched a lot to find an add-on with the same functionality...
An improvement / feature request:
another menu for copy html to clipboard
It would be perfect if the add-on could do this with selected bookmarks (within one bookmark folder)