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|User since||April 11, 2012|
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Excellent, thank you!
It's really been bugging me that a bookmarks search doesn't limit itself to the open folder ... thank you for providing a fix : )
Like other posters here I think I've tried all the cookie managers on this site and this one remains my favourite.
It has more abilities/options than I use (or indeed understand) but what I want it to do, it does perfectly.
If I could have one request, it would be for a whitelist export/save function.
It doesn't work perfectly for all add-on bar items but it's still worth having I think for the ones it can rearrange, especially in combination with UI Fixer.
Very good, with a bit of fiddling you can get rid of the pointless double menu design too.
Great stuff and lots of options make it quite a powerful tweaker.I spent a while thinking that the "open in sidebar" bookmarks click didn't work, until I realised that I was clicking the default button while Personal Menu had added another : )
Nice add on, thank you. Please don't break it Mozilla!
(After thought ... having spent half an hour getting my app menu "just so", an Export Settings option would be handy!)
Nice, I tried it in IceDragon a while ago and the context menu kept disappearing but it seems fine in FF.
@JES, MMouse=Middle button (i.e click the scroll wheel) and I think this add on only has auto-reload for failed pages as far as I can see.
If you want to set any page to refresh/reload automatically at whatever time interval you say, TabMixPlus does that very nicely along with a whole load of other useful stuff.
Very smart, it looks great especially with No Squint to tweak the text colours.
It would be nice if there was an easier way to toggle it on/off but it's still a keeper.
It took me a couple of attempts (install, uninstall, re-install) to get the toolbar icon showing but it seems fine now and is indeed a very nice add on.
Just one thing, which is that when logged out of my account I see that the add on opens gmail in a tab for me to sign in every time it checks for new mails and it opens a new tab every time. Thus when I popped out for a while it opened a whole load of gmail tabs while I was gone.
If auto-opening the tab could be made optional that would be a good addition.
Thanks for a good extension anyway : )
Yes I know ... I'm just being lazy.
Sometimes I have a lot of add-ons so it means scrolling down a long list to find Slim :-D
Thanks for your response.
Yes I noticed it was already in the whitelist but I didn't know if I'd done that some other time.
It works fine anyway as long as the page I want to translate also has Noscript permissions.
Hm.Adding my account as BlahBlah@gmail.com means that the add on refuses to accept my password.
I thought I'd try it as BlahBlah@googlemail.com ... well it accepts my password now but clicking the toolbar icon opens some weird google apps "moma" page whatever the heck that is.
The search goes on lol.
Blimey that's an awfully complex bit of kit just to avoid clicking "Next".
Can't even get it to work with Google.
I can't make it translate whole pages, even after setting all the necessary exceptions in NoScript and Flash permissions.
Edit - Sorted, it seems that Noscript needs permissions for the page you want to translate as well as for googleapis. Not ideal really from a security point of view but working now anyway : )
Thank you so much for bringing this extension back to life!
I like this one best because it results in smaller fonts in the Add Ons Manager too.
I suspect it combines with some other add ons such as Theme and Font Sizer Changer to do this but whatever the reason some other alternatives don't manage this.
My only request really would be for a "Toggle Slim/Normal" item in the Add Ons Manager settings menu but that's possibly being a bit picky : )
Brilliant : D
What a beautiful idea and very nicely done.
Another add-on that deserves to be a permanent feature of Firefox. Thank you.
I've been using Tasks in my sidebar for ages but this is a much more elegant solution, thank you very much indeed.
It's good too, to see you expanding your range of Panel extensions ... I was wondering, how possible it might be to do something similar with Drive?
I really really like this add-on. It's worth installing just for the old-style compose window and the hide-able top bar.
The hot key to show the top bar makes it even more useable.Just one minor point ... in the Settings dialogue, one of the headings is "Move labels from the left to the right or your inbox" which I'm sure is a typo. "Or" should be "of" I think as it is in the rest of the dialogue.
Great job anyway, thank you very much.
Edit; An afterthought ... I don't suppose there's any chance of you working your magic on Google Calendar? I use it a lot but the amount of wasted space on the page is really annoying...
I do like this one, shame it's not supported or developed any more.
It's an excellent add on though if you have the top bar hidden in gmail. I only wish it had an option to open links in the sidebar.