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|User since||December 7, 2008|
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So well designed it is flawless Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I was looking through a free image archive and thinking... 'wouldn't it be nice if I could just upload these directly to my Picasa so I can use it on my blog? Why would I want to download it, then upload it to Picasa and then import to my blog. Well, someone had the same idea and created this plug in that works exactly as I wanted it, a right-click menu, login once to grant access to the add on and voila it uploads to the album I select from the drop down.
One feature suggestion: Create a new album option beside the drop down. That would be some next-level shizzle to take this add on higher. GREAT app!
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I needed a solution for managing multiple email accounts on one machine without interfering with my own login to google. I have 3 children and two are on gmail, one is using hotmail as well as my own gmail and hotmail accounts. My kids often ended up looking through my email wondering why they had mail from Canadian Tire and Facebook when they don't use those! Web Mail Notifier not only show each of them on the toolbar how many mails they have waiting at a glance, it allows them to login with their saved credentials and not worry about locking their siblings' account, or mine. Ideal for its purpose, free and extremely handy for a household of grade school kids using email. Get this add on if you have similar issues, take some time reading the features and options carefully and you will find you can have them login and still keep your iGoogle home page/gmail logged in as you, if you share your machine with the kids. Wooooonderful.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (18.104.22.168-signed).
Firefox needs to put this in all versions! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I install this on every machine to 'tame the tabs'. Everyone I know uses more than 1 tab, and to have them resize, multi-row and variable width is frustrating. I also don't like links taking over my current page, sometimes this kills session information and it doesn't like to reload/resend information. This way, I can control what takes over my tab so I don't lose my position on the page, how large the tabs are so I can click on the same spot on the screen and the 'x' close tab button is always in the same place, every time :) I love that I can save sessions, or not. It captures multiple firefox windows and keeps them in one app window (same for popups, keeping them in FF as new tabs) My firefox is tamed and manageable! I love the progress bar at the top of each tab to show when that page has loaded, as well as highlighting tabs I have not looked at yet AND... it prevents that silly blank tab when downloading a file. Nods all the way round, this is a keeper.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.4.0.1.1-signed).
Excellent beginning Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Here;s the thing, once installed, thee is a button to browse where the destination folder goes for GLG data, it didn't popup on the firdt try before I ran the app. Something about the database may not be ready until you run it at least once. After that it was fine and I changed the folder. DON'T try to go into your setings in FireFox and try to manually get it to point to a new folder, you'll screw it up.
That being said, I have been searching for a tool like this and I am glad to have it. I was using my wife's Palm's Task List, but categories and checking/unchecking items was a nightmare. There are other tools out there, but I have no interest in paying for anything.
I like that is it customizable, it comes with categories like Fruits, Canned goods, Beverages, Snacks etc, and some sample recipe items (without the actual recipe text, so it's just to get an idea of how it works) and food items in the categories like Milk, Onions, Potatoes etc, again to see how it all works.
I easily began making my GLG a Vegetarian/Organic database and started adding my own recipe items. We plan to use this for Meal Planning to ease our stress at suppertimes!
You go, Cpt. Caveman! Keep up the good work