|User since||April 26, 2007|
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This rocks ! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
It isn't often I enthuse about anything, but Aardvark is one of them. It won't be useful to everyone, or most people on a daily basis, but it allows you to remove "clutter" from a page for printing etc.
Another handy thing with this is its' interaction with another plugin called RIP, which will allow you to remove the adverts from a site permanently - RIP on its' own isn't particularly user friendly, but with Aardvark it's a breeze, as it writes the advert filters for you !
Useful, but difficult (until...) Rated 3 out of 5 stars
This isn't the most intuitive add-on i've played with, in fact, I couldn't get it to work AT ALL until I used a feature in another add-on called Aardvark (http://www.karmatics.com/aardvark). Sadly, Aardvark doesn't appear to be a Mozilla approved add-on, but works well nonetheless.
Aardvark allows you to highlight parts of a page by "html element", and pressing the "K" key will add a filter for you for RIP.
If I hadn't noticed the option in Aardvark supporting RIP this would have been a waste of time for me.