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Latest version breaks "tabs in title bar" Rated 5 out of 5 stars
This add-on has been excellent so far. However, the latest version (v0.6.20131117) introduced a bug with the "Tabs In Title Bar" setting -- it now forcibly changes that setting to "false". I LIKE my tabs in the title bar, so I opened about:config and set it back to "true"...only to have it reset to "false" again as soon as I switched tabs. Please fix this ASAP. In the meantime, I downgraded to v0.5.20131011.
Edit: Thanks, that worked! I didn't need the experimental version, either; just creating the new "browser.tabs.defaultDrawInTitlebar" setting seems to have done the trick.
Where'd the "Scroll Mode" option go? Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I've used this add-on for ages, and found it extremely useful. However, from version 0.5.2 and up, the "Scroll Mode" option has disappeared. Now it's always in "Relative" mode; I much prefer it to be in "Absolute" mode, but there's no way to change it. Please put this option back!
Edit (4/20/13): Ah, never mind. The author has already replied to my bug report on GitHub, and said the option would be added back in version 0.5.4. Thanks for the quick response!
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
As a long time user of the now seemingly-abandoned Location Navigator, URL Flipper has proven to be an excellent substitute. I especially like the ability to auto-seek up/down the number sequence until it finds one that works, rather than having to manually hunt for working URLs one number at a time.
However, there's one key feature that Location Navigator had, but URL Flipper doesn't: while browsing up or down, you could click a button to return to the original captured location. And this didn't just reload the starting location anew; it actually rolled back your browser history to the original page, just as if you had clicked the Back button multiple times to return to where you started. I found this really handy, because it let me "restore" my browser to the spot where I started flipping; when I finished browsing through a long sequence of numbers, I could just click "Return to Start" followed by the Back button, and pick up right where I left off before I started flipping.
It would be great if you could implement something similar for URL Flipper.
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
This is one of my favorite plugins, but there's a bug in the latest version. The 4 new context menu options ("Show Selected Pictures", "Show Largest Picture", "Show Largest Picture In Each Frame", and "Enlarge Image Placeholders") can't be removed, even if you clear their checkboxes in the plugin's options.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.1).