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|User since||March 5, 2007|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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I would love to see this made to work on Fennec too, cause I think mobile devices could use ad blocking more than the average desktop user. Great addon, though, I use it in Firefox all the time, and I occasionally forget ads exist. I would recommend to friends, and have occasionally. I just have trouble finding people who don't have it.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.1.1).
I approve of the scrollbar change, I didn't like it when it was themed. I suggest getting the images from the Chromium SVN, if you aren't already. The images (most of them, at least) are at http://src.chromium.org/svn/trunk/src/chrome/app/theme . They've got some PDF files containing masks, too, which could be useful. Keep up the great work, and thank you for the only theme that doesn't suck (so good, actually, that I disabled Personas just so I could use it!).This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3).
I would like to see a version themed after Google Chrome. I know you did this first, but quite frankly, Google did perfect it.
See, I believe Google Chrome has a spectacular interface. but is not really geared toward power-users, which make up a good-sized portion of Firefox users. Still, just because we're power-users doesn't mean we should get an ugly interface, right? Thus the reason for the Chromifox stuff. I can't recall, but I'm pretty sure that Chromifox doesn't theme Download Statusbar.
Anyways, Greatest addon ever. If we were in prison, I'd protect you in the shower. Highly Recommended! A++++
Oh, by the way, you should add support for ColorfulTabs! (lol jk)
I think that a tool such as this is better suited to be a stand-alone than a browser Add-on. I would suggest making this tool separate with XULrunner. As it is, though, I would like the ability to convert GIFs, import multiple files at a time, and open APNG files back up.
To Prospective Users: it hogs memory, and is not for the faint of RAM nor the weak-CPU'd. It takes a LOT of RAM, even for just 15-20 bite-size frames, it can take up a lot of your RAM.
Despite all this, I think this tool has great potential, and APNG itself has even greater potential. I hope that APNG will get more support soon, like from Adobe. I will try to support APNG, and I plan to use it if I ever need to use animation on the web w/o Flash.
Overall, 3 stars. Get more features to get 4 stars. Get APNG supported by Adobe (esp. Photoshop) and another major Web Browser (IE (Yeah right), Opera, Safari, or Chrome), and that 4 will become a 5.