|User since||November 9, 2007|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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Does not work on sites replacing the default context menu (incl. Youtube) Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Subject says it, does not even work on Youtube because that site creates a custom context menu so this extension isn't even accessible. Also, it is way too inflexible in its settings. Look at the Chrome extension "videospeed" for something that is actually useful, unlike this extension here.
Next to useless Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Only works on Youtube but not on sites that embed Youtube videos (I tried edx.org) and is so cumbersome to use that there hardly is any advantage at all over the existing Youtube speed controls. Look at the Chrome extension "videospeed" for something far more useful.
Works 66% Rated 3 out of 5 stars
Does not work on (new layout) playlist pages (example: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAR_6-tD7IZURSvLZEHhoCNH15x5Os6JU).
The homepage (http://davidebuldrini.com/) doesn't exist.
Not so good... Not yet rated
Two things don't work (not implemented) which are my reason for iinstalling a downloadmanager at all!
1) I already had 1GB of a 3GB download. I had to throw it away and start downloading from scratch - Downthemall does NOT provide a resume option except for files it srated downloading itself
2) I get lots of server errors downloading this 3GB file. No problem - that's why I use a download manager, which retries until the file is there!
WRONG - I have to MANUALLY start the "resume" (retry), which I have to do quite frequently.
What do I have a download manager for if not to solve these exact two problems?! If everything already works anyway I don't really need one!