Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Follow up: My mistake for misspeaking on needed option to reset the referer header value to what it was after a given time. For some reason, "edit review" wasn't available immediately after posting review on 5/11/11. And now that I added follow up review, I can see "edit this review." Go figure.
In developer's description, says:"(*): if the referer is disabled (code 0) and you are viewing a page which requires the referer to work correctly: click on "Change referer temporarily to 2" to enable the referer (code 2) during 10000ms (by default). During this time, you can reload your page. After the 10000ms, the referer will be automatically reset to its initial value (code 0)."
It does work, IF.. you R click the status icon, then Options, then Accept. It will revert the setting to what it was before after the mSec value shown, although there is no explanation on the option screen what it will do. Probably should have some indication what clicking Accept actually does.The rest of my review still stands. I'll give it a 4 on this update to my earlier review because I can't edit the 1st review.
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
Well, it does change refer header setting (currently using FX 4.0.1).
The status bar icon could definitely use some improvement. Due to small icons used in status bar now, it's barely readable. The color of icon changes from red to yel to grn for values of 0,1,2.
The icon is so small, unless you write yourself a note, you'll never remember / see that you changed the setting - assuming you want to reset it, soon after needing to make a change to get a site to work, etc.
There needs to be some option, some way - for those that desire referer header setting to normally = 0, to "remind" that the setting was changed. I find that when have to temporarily change referer header from 0 to 1 or 2, I forget to change it back because the icon is so obscure. (size of icon isn't developer's fault).
Or, have a default setting option that resets to default value chosen, once you've changed it to access a site, then close that page / tab.
Or, an option to have the referer header setting switch back to the selected default value after so many minutes / sec. AFAIK, once you've successfully loaded a page that needs a referer header setting OTHER than 0, changing referer header setting back to 0 won't affect that page.