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|User since||August 29, 2007|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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It is great to have this extension, since Firefox bizarrely decided they WANT it the other way (see bug nos. 522741 & 899861). On a small and minor note, I would love to see the "yer" fixed, though.
Works like a charm! :)
nomade0's review has led me not to install this addon quite yet. Google Maps' flexibility with what you give it is fairly wide. I can, for example, type in the name of a business and have it locate the listing entirely without address just based on its name. For this addon to place a roadblock in the way of user-to-Google by requiring something Google does not is problematic and unfortunately renders the addon useless for about 80% of the use cases I'd use it for.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.6).
I think this extension is a good idea, but when your main mode of user interaction is drag 'n' drop, to make the target a statusbar icon is an exercise in cruelty.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.81).
For me, this caused repeated CPU spikes until uninstalled.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3).
I question whether anyone using this had a great deal of success in finding a job.
You do NOT tell an employer to visit your website to fetch your resume. That's your job -- to attach the file, among other things.
The fact that this extension encourages such behavior makes me concerned for all those now practicing such behavior.