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|User since||October 13, 2009|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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Not only does it do what it should, it does it with proper English. ...and without a restart. Thanks!
Love this add-on. It does exactly what I need, to fit different monitors and to simulate different window sizes for Web development. It would make more sense to left-click rather than to right-click.Great add-on!!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.2).
This add-on does everything I need for every service I don't need. Google Plus serves more purpose than all of the included services combined, but it isn't supported. A year ago this would have been rated a 5, but today it is a 1.
Works flawlessly and fast. Exactly what I needed.
Great that I can view the QR code in a separate tab for saving & printing.
No obvious way to use this until you manually place the icon in the navigation bar (Mac: view/toolbars/customize -- then drag the little black square).
Would like to see it in the Tools menu, in lieu of adding another icon to my nav bar.
Would be good if there was a status bar icon -- previews show it, but nothing there for me.
This add-on is quite a time saver. It is just what I needed. With two clicks, the call is made -- much better than manual dial or copy & paste the way I have been doing it. Then, of course, the number is in your GVoice history, ready to "add" to your contacts if you want. This thing was much needed.
What I'd like to see now, from this developer or another, is a quick way to collect other types of contact data into GVoice/Gmail. A side-bar or pop-up in which to copy/paste (then save) would be sufficient.
I believe we have a winner. With one Firefox add-on, it seems I'll cut out half of my page loads AND turn off some separate applications. Very convenient.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (6.2.1).
FxIF is the ONLY decent online EXIF viewer I've found. I don't know why it isn't rated the highest. The others are just cumbersome and inadequate.
As a suggestion, I wish the EXIF data could be displayed either directly in the contextual menu, in the sidebar, or in a single always-on-top window. Currently, for every image you want to inspect, you must open another "properties" window. It's the appropriate place for the info, but it has limitations -- as soon as you click the page, the properties window is hidden. Then again, perhaps Firefox could provide the option of floating, copying, and saving the "properties" window.
I'm currently using Firefox 3.5.3 for Mac and FxIF 0.3.