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|User since||November 16, 2012|
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An extremely nice and useful addons, kudos to the devs!
The other reviewers nagging about the firewall alerts: it is just used to communicate with Keepass. The firewall alert is surely scary to the noobs, but this is the easiest process for IPC.
Okay, you have a nice screenshot tool there, but must your "monetization" feature need to report the user's every click on the "annotate screenshot" page to Google Analytics?
Screenshot of Fiddler log with evidence: http://i.imgur.com/U8Q1gKf.png
Reported to AMO.
Working great here. Very easy to use.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.0.18).
By default it will not install on Firefox > 22, but you can modify <em:maxversion> in the install.rdf in the XPIs to make it compatible.4 stars for the missing compatibility; will increase it to 5 if the developer fixes this.
EDIT: updated to 5 stars
It's a great tool, but has a minor bug: clicking on "test user credentials" always complains of incorrect credentials.
If the dev fixes this, I'll make it 5 stars.
There are some people who bash this extension for forking from Adblock plus, but that is the point of open source software: if someone does not like something about a software, he is allowed to work on it (remove/improve etc.) And this is what the dev is doing with Adblock edge: removing the "acceptable ads" and the "malware protection" components. (Apart from the fact that the Adblock Plus dev earns from these)
@Adblock edge dev, thanks for providing us a fork! I like it.
Nice, since I don't know how to write bookmarklets.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (4.2.4).
DTA multiple downloading is really helping me download all pictures from page, and the speed improvement is icing on the cake.
Keep up the work, devs!
Nice, colourful icons. Finally something I can use. Thanks!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.6).
Reverses mozilla's another insane decision of removing the status bar, but the extension is somewhat buggy (status bar text is not updated sometimes: loading pages display "Done", in other cases the text displays the location of a link long after the mouse has moved from it.)This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2012.07.08.17).
Mozilla tries to make Firefox only replicate Chrome in every way it can (chrome doesn't have a properties window). This addon reverses Mozilla's insane decision to remove the properties window. Thanks for this, devThis review is for a previous version of the add-on (7).
Nice extension. Never thought that it was possible to read epubs in a browser!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (188.8.131.52).
While not built for newbies, NS is probably the best addon out there to prevent exploit kits and other badware to target your browser as a point of infection.(Newbies can still use it, they just probably need to use it in globally allowed mode, although they receive the other protections like XSS, clickjacking protection, external filters and the ABE module, which can do everything from protecting your network, blocking ads and malicious domains (and probably feed the cat, do the laundry and more))This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.6.3).
ABP is excellent, only if it were not for the "non-intrusive ads". The ads are neither non-intrusive and they benefit major companies such as Google and Sedo, and not small companies as the ABP site specifies.Of course, I know it is just as simple as removing a checkbox. But I forget to do this on new installations (or when setting up new profiles or clearing out the preferences all at once from the FF safe mode), so I add "255.255.255.0 easylist-downloads.adblockplus.org" to my hosts file.
Also, surrogate scripting would be something nice to implement to help in cases of problematic scripts such as mbox.js, s_code,js and ga.js.