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|User since||December 3, 2008|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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Just like the description says: elegant and professional looking.
Great job. I love it.
It's great. I like the loading bar and the "link viewing" option when hovering a link with the mouse pointer.
It would be even better if it would use the Vista/7 loading bar on Vista and Windows 7 systems.
This is an overall theme. It covers all the windows of Firefox: Downloads, Options, Find, Add-ons and more.
It looks very Chrome-like.
I've found only one flaw on Chromifox Extreme, and that is the Navigation Toolbar. Unlike Chrome's navigation toolbar, it's color is more white than azure. But that's OK. :)
Secure password sync,a form filler and an autologin feature that all work perfectly.
Now I only use Xmarks for bookmarks sync and suggested tags when adding bookmarks.
One-click password generator. Couldn't be better.
It's also customizable (users can set the properties of their generated passwords).
Can you please add an 'open when complete' feature, like Chrome has?This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.9.6.5).
Sometimes it opens a new tab when entering a new website in the address bar.
It also doesn't work too good when combined with 'All-Glass Firefox mod'.
Other than that, it's OK.
Version 0.4.3 is available at LeechBlock's website. It supports Firefox 3.5rc2.
Great when works.
Doesn't work on Firefox 3.5rc2.
I love LeechBlock. It saves me lots of time.
But I've upgraded to Firefox 3.5 RC2, and it doesn't support it.
When will LeechBlock support Firefox 3.5?
XMarks helped me import my bookmarks from Firefox on my XP OS to my currently-default Ubuntu OS. I had like 30 different password for different websites, all saved on KeePass, but I decided to give up the hassle and give XMarks' password-syncing feature a shot - and it was well worth it.
I've removed anything that is unnucessary for me, like the suggested tags and sites feature, and now it's like Foxmarks, but with extra features in case you need them. It also has a better icon, now. :)
-Many languages available
-Extremely easy to use
Cluttered and slightly confusing tooltip
Brief is great, but I see two disadvantages of it:
1. Texts are shown in a non-widescreen way.
That's a waste of screen real estate for widescreen users.
2. Clicking a title name directs you to the webpage of the article instead of expanding the article in Brief itself. Yes, I know the orange triangle to the left of each article's title, which expands the article, but that does not feel natural at all.
Other than that, Brief is minimalist and does what it's supposed to.
If there would be widescreen support, that would be the thing that would make me completely move from Google Reader to Brief.