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|User since||June 29, 2008|
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I like Camelizer, and it has always worked well for me ... until the latest update. The problem is simple: The toolbar button (which I don't like compared to the old address bar version) doesn't "stick." The developer says "If you go to the Customize menu in Firefox, you should be able to drag the icon to your toolbar." That's fine, but when I close Firefox and restart, the toolbar icon is gone. I tried this several times, even on a clean Firefox profile, and the result is always the same. Disappointing.
Love this extension, but unfortunately it doesn't play with with T-Bird 34. Not a big problem as I can easily drop T-Bird back a version, but I do hope it will be updated.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.8.1).
This simple, but effective add-on has always been one of my favorites. Unfortunately, it doesn't play well with Firefox 34. When set to resize "on every keypress," the new dropdown box jumps left and right with every keypress. I do hope there will be an update to fix this, although I have read that the original author (Kevin Cox) is no longer maintaining this add-on.
... people who like overworked products that regularly interfere with normal browsing and who want an overload of mostly unnecessary features that can't be turned off even when you don't want them. John Galt has it absolutely right with his review. This used to be a nice add-on, now I'm uninstalling it.
Distill Web Monitor has really improved sharply in the last couple of iterations. The UI, which started out a bit clumsy, is now looking quite polished. One minor nit: in the last release the Schedule slider has gotten wonky again, skipping 2 and 3 hours after 7 hours, so it's no longer possible to set the slider to say, 12 hours. It should move smoothly through 24 hours. Okay, and maybe the upgrade pricing seems rather high ($9 a month for basic? That's more than I pay for Netflix), but I could be wrong; perhaps other users see the value and disagree. Still a Five Star add-on all the way.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.1.1).
I love this add-on, although it has not always been reliable. I am very happy to see this add-on has been updated and is now working with Firefox 29!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.7.4).
It continues to baffle my why this functionality is not included in Thunderbird (or any email client) by default, as I consider this one of the most powerful and highly useful tools for managing email. Being able to redirect--rather than forward--an email not only eliminates the formatting mess that forwarding sometimes makes, but more importantly enables me to "step out" of the middle of conversations where it is useful and appropriate to do so.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.7.4).
I've never understood why Thunderbird implemented tabs and then didn't use them for the Address Book or to Compose new messages -- which is why I've always been a fan of this extension. And now, with the update to 1.4.2 (click on "View all versions" until it clears AMO), I've finally got it back after a lengthy absence during the Shredder beta. Well done. Thank you!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.4.1).
This has always been one of my favorite and most useful add-ins, and it's terrific to see that it's been updated to Firefox 4. Thanks!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.0).
This one has moved near the top of the list of my favorite add-ons. Terrific!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.9).