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|User since||May 10, 2008|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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Great idea, but it breaks the address bar something awful. Whenever the "AwesomeBar" drop-down vanishes, the right-edge split button appears and steals focus.
When I was typing Split Browser to re-locate this page, I got "Split Bro" and then had to reach for my mouse.
It also interfered with my global keybindings somehow, so when I reached for F12 to open my Yakuake terminal, nothing happened. I didn't even think that was possible with Yakuake!
I'll rate it 5 stars when there's a way to completely disable those auto-hiding split buttons so I can just use the context menu for splitting.
Excellent extension, but for some reason, unlike all my other toolbar buttons, these distort when I use userChrome.css to force the toolbars smaller.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.6).
One star for supporting an explicit violation of the PNG specification.
(PNG was designed with the knowledge of how much trouble it was to detect whether a GIF was animated. APNG ignores that and also ignores the parts of the PNG spec that basically say "A PNG contains a single frame. Multi-frame PNGs are to be considered broken."
Very useful, but the inability to use either button 4 or 5 on my mouse is a big problem since Firefox tends to have latency issues.
I grow weary of having to close half a dozen unwanted tabs because a latency spike turned a click into a drag.