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|User since||August 2, 2011|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Not yet rated|
Wonderfully easy way to get to extension options. Can this be made compatible with Personal Menu? If you have Personal Menu installed, the default setting (integration with the Add-Ons menu entry--which looks great, from screenshots) causes "Add-Ons" to disappear from the menu. Fortunately, I know how to get back to Add-Ons (about:addons) to change the default, but, still, it was very disconcerting. Great effort!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.22).
When YouTube (or some other site) breaks again (again again again)--inevitably--you have to track down the BugZilla page for VDH, guess which bug applies to you, and download a newer version from a Sooper Sekrit Link.
Somehow, every *other* developer knows to post the pre-releases *here*, so they're available under "View all versions".
One star for rampant unfriendliness to users.
Beats the pants off View Source Tree, at least for my needs. Beautiful.
Righteous! Love this to death.
Edited for dev reply: SQLite: excellent. Mostly what I'm asking for is: in addition to the lovely host/domain ignore list you added, also a "host/domain to only check CA list". Keep it all centralized, and make it easy to only check CA for *.google.com, *.googleusercontent.com. and so on.
Right now, I have to check this box for *every certificate*, and it's a long, long slog. Then, when the cert expires in a-year-or-whatever: I have to re-check all those boxes for all those certificates. Too much effort.
I *want* to know if the issuance chain has *completely changed* on, say, Google certificates; I'd rather not ignore them entirely. However, until I can "semi-ignore" entire domains, it's very tempting to dump *.g*.com into the ignore list. Or disable Certificate Patrol entirely.