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|User since||June 26, 2007|
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The best thing about this cookies manager is not even mentioned in the above description of this add-on. Do add that.That is - this allows sorting of displayed cookies on the basis of main domain name also (that is - it ignores sub domains, bringing all cookies of a main domain together, irrespective of subdomains). That is very helpful that brings all cookies of a domain together thus helping in deleting them together.With this, an option to list only single entry of main domain names would have been very useful so that we could just remove all cookies of a main domain name.Otherwise, interface is just default interface of ff cookies manager. can be made better.Thanks for it. loving using it.
Good one, shows details stored in individual cookies, gives monitoring, export, import option of cookies.-One drawback: couldn't find setting to allow sorting of displayed cookies on the basis of main domain name only (ignoring sub domains, bringing all cookies of a main domain together, irrespective of subdomains). That would be a helpful addition that brings all cookies of a domain together thus helping in deleting them together.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (5.5).
Too complex to use. Not at all intuitive. All this big colorful thumbnail may depict metro interface but these are pretty useless and distracting. These actually hide the real commands to subscribe and download particular feeds. installed and used it but couldn't figure out what is to be done, where are the actual commands, so deleted it.
If you had ever used now-dead google reader you would have known what is a simple useful intuitive interface.
0/10 marks to this add on.
Excellent tool.So simple to use, so powerful, efficient and fast. I have created a substitution table using this tool that would convert Hindi/ Devanagari to Roman-English or to iTRANS. (not translation, just transliteration.) Previously long cryptic programs were needed to achieve the same, and now just a substitution table of foxreplace is achieving the same, that too much faster and efficiently. It came very handy, and is so simple to use, and yet so powerful. It is magic.Keep up the good work.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.15.0).
Very useful extension. Saves my mouse light years of scrolling.
A suggestion. It takes to top and bottom. Please consider to include taking rightmost and leftmost also as several websites spread miles beyond the window width or screen width, say, in yahoogroups, if there is a wide image in the post, it is spread far beyond the right edge of window/ screen and we have to manually scroll to the right end where yahoogroups gives control for page change etc. In such cases, this extension will help in reducing scrolling.
everywhere (at least 3 places) you are claiming "Quickfile is an extension for Mozilla Thunderbird which initially aimed to speed up filing of messages into your mail folder heirarchy but now includes features for navigation and folder creation. "
but you have not really mentioned anywhere what are those features.
in the following comment change that http://quickfile.mozdev/org/ to http://quickfile.mozdev.org/
Quickfile 0.17 is awaiting approval. You can get it beforehand at http://quickfile.mozdev/org/
The best thing to happen to TB in last 2-3 years. My usage of Firefox got reduced by more than 40% as most of the mailed links I can now view in TB itself.
Once, cookies get enabled in TB, Firefox will not be needed for 70-80% of things. Why keep TB and FF both loaded eating your memory when ThunderBrowse enables TB to surf? So, Firefox! You have got competition. ThunderBrowse IT! is here.