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|User since||October 18, 2009|
|Number of add-ons developed||2 add-ons|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Rated 4 out of 5 stars|
In a little more detail...
PHP, CSS3, HTML5, QT4, MySQL
Add-ons I've created
This 'add-on' allow you to drag a simple grey button to your toolbar allowing you to Show-Hide Bookmarks Toolbar.
Crap! Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Produces No 'data' or 'graph' ...
clicking 'feed back' goes to Google (sucks) and for an appellate called 'Collusion'
No access to 'options'
Does Nothing in Aurora 30.x
I like being able to Scroll right to see vlues of previously 'empty' ID's Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Nice, works well and loads quickly.
some sub elements (id's) need to be double-clicked as expand tree > arrow is nested in id and does not expand when clicked.
Nice. 'Inspect' both page and UI (chrome) elements in one add-on Rated 4 out of 5 stars
This Add-on replaces some others: Element Inspector, Inspector Widget and ....
Because this Add-on is fired (started) from the right-click context menu and not a button, it is easy to 'inspect' elements in a menu or sub-menu of the chrome UI (firefox user interface)... But.. to 'inspect' the context menu it's self, you'll still want to use the icon launched (using Shift+right-click) DOM 'InspectorWidget'. This add-on tries to do it, but it's not as 'good' at it.
ps. I'm not saying anything bad about the others. They work and I have and do use them...
Exellent, Thank You. Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I had 2 icons in my main context menu with no label. Could Not figure out what 'put them there'. DOMi, as you know doesn't give you a second click, even with Addon InspectorWidget installed. This works. I was able to figure out that Scriptish had put the icons there... ~/scr/scriptish/icons.... Even though I had not installed any scripts or styles with Scriptish... Hmmm. Australis sucks...
Anyways, this helped greatly and, for now, I disabled scriptiish..
Eliminates need to load chrome file Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Eliminates the need to have to figure out which part of chrome:// to load, to be able to 'select' element in normal DOMi...
This causes chrome to load instead of url of page being viewed.
Use with https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/element-inspector/
Thank You! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
i was looking for a 'button' to activate BM sidebar, but this is nicer. It collapses sidebar instead of closing it each time.
With the collapse instead of close option, i don't have to retrain myself to click margin instead of close 'x'... Nice.
Thanks again, Landis.
Good looking twist on Dev Tools button Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Nice job. I like many things about your menu 'button' (dropdown).
one is that you use my desktop theme colors and not the lightweight theme, grey bg..
The addition of the Repositories is a nice touch, too.
Even your icons look good.
Oh, and it Works well in Nightly builds...
Love this Theme... Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I've been looking for a replacement to my 'old' fav Office Black...
I Found it here, in FT DeepDark..
Authors' other theme, 8 Ultimo is also very nice. I used to use pre-O.B.
This theme works Very Well with KDE and GTK2 engine, Transparent Oxygen, Caledonia and my edits..
A few details I Very Much Like:
1) the top and bottom margin / padding between toolbars, menu items and Especially in the Bookmarks menus, makes me Very happy. This means more lines (BM's) visible in menus.
2) i like the fine detail of the Text only, highlight of blue on tab hover.. classy.
3) i'm not a fan of blue, but this is an elegant blue [#00adee, ( rgb 0,173,238 )] and a good enough choice that i substituted it for my KDE Qt select on focus and hover highlight color to match. Matching my Qt (KDE) theme and this themes GTK+ theme.. (All my stuff is already dark, but was using hard to see grey).
4) -- well, I could go on, but No one is going to read this far anyways... so...
p.s., I actually installed from Steva's home site:
Very Useful Add-on Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I've been using SM for a year or so and have found it Very useful. At anytime, I will have 4-5 windows and 200 tabs open working on different websites, researching, working on code... Bookmark All Tabs, Only BM's the primary window and Not tab sets.. Session Manger Does!
ps. session 'titles' are stored in flat files while data is stored in sqlite.. Nice.
Sweet... Rated 5 out of 5 stars
good layout and fast.
Excellent Add-on Rated 5 out of 5 stars
*one request would be either use a larger dictionary or a way to add words that appear on a site, repeatedly, to cut down on the highlights...
very Useful Rated 4 out of 5 stars
i've been running linux nightly builds of ff for years and too many site 'developers' ("webmasters" lol) just don't get that 'everyone' are not running windows internet exploder, So 'spoofing' your useragent (UA) is is very helpful as a workaround to both these issues.
(*note, we used to be able to accomplish this in about:config > general.useragent* , but in Gecko 2x, FF higher than 18 (27.x) does not support UA overrides, that I have found... )
Awesome, Спасибо! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Thanks, this is a Thousand Times Easier / Quicker than editing mozilla config files!
Nice 'Add-on' - Thanks Rated 4 out of 5 stars
this is very nice.
it is MUCH Easier than editing file
Decent Addon! Rated 4 out of 5 stars
works as advertised and is very useful as most sites don't have a VK share button.
I like this 'button' Rated 4 out of 5 stars
thanks, much easier than firefox menu, Plus you still have access to Error Console, something that has been removed from webdev tools menu...
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
pretty sweet (nice job).
i use openSuSE and KDE so i can hide (disable) title bars and borders for my windows or a window or app. i wrote addon for hiding navbar and bookmarks bar, now i don't have to right one for tabs.
my 'web page is now windowed at 1024 wide and literally top to bottom without 'full screen'...
one recommendation. enable or activate area could be larger or definable as i run my 'taskbar' at top of desktop and use autohide on it. i have to go so high to enable tabs bar, i am activating my taskbar and it covers the tab bar... just saying. again, good job.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
this is a Must have!
I've tested many times and I don't see any facebook.com, .net, fbc* urls being loaded in my status (activity) bar.
Thank You, Спасибо.
ps, the problem i was looking to eliminate was the failure of pages fb apis, links to load when fb was down, busy, etc.
I hate facebook, youtube and google.
no display in FF 26 Rated 1 out of 5 stars
doesn't display, anything in FF 26 (25.08.13)
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
works as advertised. Good job.
very handy. no need for terminal window, nslookup or reverse lookups...