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|User since||June 25, 2008|
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If you click it and then switch tabs with ctrl-tab, it still shows. It should go away on any tab switches.
Also, it doesn't say how it gets TOS;DR info. Does it fetch it every time I visit site.com, or does it only update TOS info when the extension itself is updated? Basically, this extension needs a TOS.
ok.. should notice that my area is non-fahrenheit.
meter1060: click the tiny icon in the upper right (but yes, it should show when you start!). Also, adding new sources doesn't work on my phone.
its easier to just do a twitter search.. but i guess if you like stuff that floats around on your screen its ok.
yikes. canabalt with sharks and kittens. muxh fun
if only there were no sound.. o/w great game!
Firefox wouldn't start after installing this, had to kill and start in safe-mode to remove it.
It's sad, because FF really needs a way to mute sounds.
I really don't get the point of "master password", that needs to be explained somewhere. Also, both "master" and "history" should not be in the menu if they're not checked in options.
One feature that would be cool is to, in the menu, have some "presets", e.g. "4-digit pin", "8 chars, all types", "8 chars, alphanumeric", "16 chars, all type". Ideally, a 32 char all types pass would work on all sites, but until then, some presets would be good!
to those complaining about it not working in newest Thunderbird: TB now comes with instant messsaging built-in :)
Interesting, but I would find it more useful to have an extension that defines a button that I can drag to the extension bar, and then I could define a command that is run on clicking that button.
hbengali: yes, but sometimes you want to grab document location without having to copy-paste (e.g. starting up Minitube with the current Youtube URL)
a must-have for any KDE user =DThis review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.15).
worked great back in FF3, all I would like is an update so it works in the newest Firefox … please please please?This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.5.253). This user has a previous review of this add-on.
Kunne gjerne vist originalsida medan omsetjinga lastar, sidan det av og til tek litt tid... men elles kjempefin utviding :-)
Works wonderfully =D
Note: I have mediaplayerconnectivity running too, and when it saw these nice plain movie streams, it tried taking over, with mixed results. So I had to go into mediaplayerconnectivity settings, Configuration Page 2 and add this to the Whitelist:
Wonderful, should be a part of firefox proper.
It's too bad there is no official LyX-plugin for Zotero (I would have preferred inserting references the same way I do in OpenOffice), but as far as a Firefox extension goes, this is about as good as it gets. My only request is a "zotero" key format that only uses the part after the _ (underscore) -- the item ID -- so that it's possible to convert OpenOffice-documents to LaTeX and reuse the citations in the odt in LyX.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (188.8.131.52).
I couldn't find any way to get in touch with Kazu Yamamoto so I'm posting my bug report here.
I cannot get this to work at all on my mac. There is simply no change in the keybindings. Have any other mac users had any luck?
On Fedora 10 it seemed to work fine, though, very useful for when conkeror fails.
how do you unset a key in the settings? I don't want a magic key at all, just a toggle...
Also, a feature request: conkeror and vimperator let you type in some characters while the hints are showing, to narrow down the search, would be really cool if LoL could do that too..
other than that, great extension =D
Hmm. Rather messy UI. I like the World Wide Lexicon ( https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/13897 ) better since it doesn't have ads, and also includes the possibility to correct translations on-the-fly so that you improve the page for the next person coming along.
@FFU: it actually uses Google Translate, but additionally PROMT (The World Wide Lexicon toolbar uses Google Translate, Apertium and Moses; and will be using Babelfish too once their API is out – in addition to human post-edited translations)
I give it a 5 because it looks so promising! I like the combination of both manual, closed, and free/open source translators.
It's also fantastically easy to add translations :-) (But perhaps there should be some notice of/option for what licence the translation has? I'd like my own to be CC-BY-SA.)
One quibble: You list "Norwegian", but this is actually two written languages:
"Norwegian Bokmål" (what Google Translate calls "Norwegian")
"Norwegian Nynorsk". Apertium is able to translate between these two.