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|User since||March 5, 2007|
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It displays the HTML source code in an editable text window... It has an option labeled "Update Page"... The only problem is that when you click update page, nothing happens... There is absolutely no WYSIWYG or "on the fly" editing and updating... The only other option you have is to save your file as an html document and open it in a new tab but that won't help with anything I'm trying to do...
To the guy who claimed that this add-on spammed him: Please don't make accusations like that without any evidence whatsoever supporting your claim. It can ruin the reputation of a developer... Which is what I assume you were trying to do, which would be fine if this add-on was actually responsible for spamming you. Well, if you had done a minute of research, you would've discovered that this add-on does NOT spam you. All add-ons for Firefox are available in your add-ons/extensions directory on your computer.. You can browse the source code and check out the internal files yourself and you'll see that this add-on has no scripts or source code of any kind that can even be used to spam you in any way. This is a great add-on and I thank the developer for creating such a great extension. :)This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0.5).
Mozilla does not create these add-ons. The entire add-on community is run by people just like you and me, they don't get paid for their work. So stop implying that somebody MUST do something about an add-on that seems to serve no function in your eyes. Nobody is forcing you to download it and if you are one of the people that you described as just because it's an add-on then that made you think it was a necessity, then I feel sorry for you. Do you install the thousands upon thousands of add-ons out there?
Your logic is flawed by the argument that it is impossible for you to have installed all add-ons so the fact that you mentioned that because it's an approved add-on makes people think it's a necessity was just pulled out of your ass..
Add-ons are not made by MOZILLA. Now STFU and enjoy your free browser. Jesus christ, if you don't like the add-on, uninstall the add-on.. Or better yet, research the add-on more before you install it in the first place. Derrrrrrr.
Mozilla does not take years to approve an add-on. Especially not updates to already existing add-ons... This guy is scamming you. He is misleading you into thinking that the same license agreement applies for when his Firefox add-on was actually downloadable from the Firefox add-on site. However, when you go to the site he says for you to go to and his deceptive words are going to bite him in the ass when I sue him for this. He claims that the only reason it's hosted on his site is because Mozilla takes too long to approve. He claims that this is the same add-on, just updated to work better... What he really wants you to do is go to his site and download his add-on there and agree to the terms of service/license agreement that you assume is the same as the original add-on because of what the guy said in the beginning. Buddy, listen, you can go to prison for this kind of thing. Knock it off or I will organize everybody here that has installed your scamming add-on and you will have a lawsuit on your hands. That's not a threat, that's just the truth. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to discuss this and maybe I'll forget about the whole thing.. A contract is only valid if the signing party hasn't been mislead in ANY way by the holder of said contract. You should have done some research before thinking that you were safe just because people clicked yes on your little agreement. Good luck handling the future legal problems coming your way.
Yes, adware is adware, and malware is malware. Adware is NOT Malware. It doesn't do anything harmful to you, it doesn't invade your privacy.. This can barely be considered adware since the advertising agents within the extension are only activated if you opt-in to use the enhanced features of IE Tab Plus, like using AdBlock within IE Tab... ((Besides, he has the adware free version of this addon with all of the bells & whistles still attached.. he offers the link to the ad-free one in the description above... And no, it's not the handicapped ad-free version, it's the fully featured IE Tab Plus, just without the adware)
I love your add-on, but dude, seriously.. Get better web hosting, your site is ALWAYS down..
I don't understand reviews where people just submit "reviews" where they just bash the add-on for things like "ugly icons" -- You don't have to install the add-on to see that the icons are ugly, you are provided with screen shots before you download to show you what to expect as far as appearance goes.. Are you really that stupid? Nobody forced you to download this thing, and since you download it that means that you probably saw the add-on's layout displayed in the screenshots above, so why did you proceed with downloading it? I'm perplexed by your brain's process of reasoning here...
You see, you didn't have to install the add-on to get a look at the icons... So your review is not really a review, it's just your personal opinion on the icons used... You didn't say anything about the add-on itself. Is there anything wrong with this thing besides the icons not meeting your standards?
This add-on is simple looking.. (as you can tell from the screenshots..) // ((QuickFact: There are people who actually prefer these icons since they match the classic Firefox 2.0 (and below) themes... It's not for the flamboyant computer user, it's for people who prefer simplicity over bulkiness & gaudiness.))
Great add-on. Not the best, but the developer is doing very well with consistent updates... Been using this thing for years now and it hasn't given me any problems. Highly recommended.
Excellent add-on. What's with there being a random 1 star rating without any specific information as to the reason why? Everyone who rated the add-on positively gave reasons why.. Most of the people who rated it negatively just said "I hate it." or described a situation that most likely involves an error that they caused themselves because they don't know how to use their computer properly... It's really annoying that people like this exist..This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.9.2).
So, "unhide" is not a word? When I first read your review I thought to myself, "I always thought it was a word.. Hmm.. You learn something new every day." -- But then I remembered that there are also simpletons out there that are throwing around "facts" that are completely untrue. (Yes, untrue is a word) -- Did you even do any sort of thinking before you posted your review? It's not even a review & it doesn't really help your reputation for being a thinker..
Anyways, to get to my point:
Un*hide"\, v. t. [1 st pref. un- + hide.] To bring out from concealment; to discover.
[Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, © 1996, 1998 MICRA, Inc.]
So, PAUL... It turns out that unhide IS in fact, a word. Maybe your brain could use a little vocabulary refresher before you go around insulting the vocab skills of other people..
Oh and for my review, this is a great addon. Highly recommended!
Download DragToScroll 0.5.1 at https://bug41708.bugzilla.mozilla.org/attachment.cgi?id=425734
Fixes all compatibility issues. (Actually fixes them, doesn't just modify the version limit in the install.rdf)