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|User since||March 5, 2007|
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Worked fine until today. Cannot log in with proper user name and password. Please fixThis review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.6.2). This user has a previous review of this add-on.
Fine add-on. It does work with Firefox 22. except that no favicons show. I tried upgrading to GMarks 1.0.5. But still no favicons...This user has a previous review of this add-on.
This add-on allows us to retain many features abandoned by Mozilla. I haven't used the presets yet, but I do use the options panels such as Toolbars, Addressbar , Tabs. The ones I've used so far work quite nicely. I especially like the Toolbar Separators for that more classic look and for restoring the concavity in the tabs bar which had disappeared long ago. I find this feature very aesthetically pleasing.
The various features in the Addressbar panel work fairly well, such as the restoration of the lost favicons and the color highlighting for secure sites.
I'm less apprehensive now about the rapid release of new Firefox versions, as I'm sure the author will do his best to restore that which Mozilla taketh...Stay tuned to tabs on bottom remaining an option for as long as the author of this add-on is able to retain it...
This add-on restores the favicon to the address bar which had been removed since Firefox 14. It displays a masterful combination of technical and aesthetic considerations. Those to whom that favicon is important will love this add-on. In the brief period it's been available on AMO, the author has made a number of enhancements to it, including customizable site identity colors and the option to pick an image of one's choosing for sites which have no icons of their own. I believe it makes surfing the web even more secure.
In all likelihood, this add-on will continue to be well-maintained as Firefox continues its relentless march from one version to the next
Excellent add-on!! I missed the color highlighting and the reassurance it brought. Restoring that is both informative and aesthetic. If you somehow can consolidate this with site favicon restore as well, it would be even better.
Lovely theme. But in Firefox 13, the New Tab preview of most commonly used sites doesn't display properly. Please modify this theme for this new featuresThis review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.0.2).
This is a wonderful theme. But it does need to be reworked a bit for Firefox 13 New Tab page. The layout for that is way too skeletal.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.0.0). This user has 2 previous reviews of this add-on.
Except that I can no longer add bookmarks to the resident Firefox Bookmarks as long as this add-on is enabled. When GMarks disabled, I can do so. This wasn't the case several versions back..
Otherwise, I'm grateful this is being upgraded for newer versions of Firefox
But..It would be perfect if it were able to log you into your Google Account and add Gmail and Google Calendar Buttons to Options for immediate access. Other customizable buttons would be an added boon of course..
Google Toolbar is no longer compatible with newer builds of Firefox. Above suggestions would allow this add-on to replace that toolbar entirely.
Excellent add-on. I love that drop down menu of most recent Gmails.
However,When I actually go to GMail via GMail Checker, I get logged out of Google Toolbar. I can only log back in to the Toolbar if I sign out of GMail checker.
I'm using Version: 188.8.131.52 which I found at the site:
But I encountered the same Google Toolbar issue with the Version: 184.108.40.206
Hope this incompatibility with Google Toolbar can be fixed soon.
This add-on could easily replace the Google Toolbar, which is no longer supported for Firefox by Google. Just add this one minor fix and it's perfect:
Have little drop-down arrows next to Gmail and Google Calendar- so we can preview the most recent Gmails and calendar events -as now found on the Google Toolbar.
This is a wonderful add-on for those using many Google applications. If you look at the Google Toolbar, you'll find a tiny upside down caret (little arrow pointing down..) directly to the right of the Gmail and Google Calendar icons. Clicking on those arrows, one sees vertical columns listing the subject headers of the most recent Gmails and Google Calendar items respectively.I'm hoping you can had the same functionality to your Google Shortcut extension for those two Google services/applications. That way I can simply uninstall the Google Toolbar, and rely on your extension for the purposes I now use the toolbar.Thanks:-EliuriThis review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.1.6).
Nice touch on that tabbar. Looks more solid due to light-dark contrast. Improves on the previous version.
All in all, an excellent theme!!!
This is a wonderful add-on. But....Some key features of the Firefox 3.6 interface have not yet been captured.
The tab bar in the area to the right of the open tabs does not have that concave effect found in FF3.6 This can easily be seen by having only one tab open and compare the horizontal strip to the right of that tab. Note that Firefox 3.6 has a solid concave-like quality which this theme does not reproduce. It makes the upper browser area look softer and a bit 3-D.
Another improvement I'd like to suggest pertains to those subtle horizontal lines between the toolbars. They are found in FF3.6 but absent in FF4. This theme beautifully recaptures those horizontal lines, making the upper browser area softer looking and a bit less drab. However, when I have the tabs on top, those lines oddly disappear in this theme. Please have those lines be retained even when the tabs are on top as well.
There probably are a few other improvements which hopefully will be included in the next version. But all in all, this add-on improves upon the otherwise very flat and drab UI in the upper portion of the Firefox 4.0 browser.
I like this add-on a lot. Do you plan on making a version compatible with Firefox 4?
Is the Developmental Version of this add-on presented above compatible with Firefox 4?
Or is this still being investigated?
I too hope Favicon Picker can be made to work with Firefox 4. I haven't upgraded yet, as I'm awaiting this compatibility enhancement,
This add-on is an excellent way to capture parts or complete web-pages, label them, as well as comment/annotate. Highly intuitive user interface.
I do wish there were more advanced formatting capacity for saved segments such as fonts, bold, changing color sections, etc.. As there is in Google Notebook and Evernote.
I'm gradually migrating my notes from Google Notebook to Scrap Book+. So I'm hoping a future versions of ScrapBook+ allow for such formatting/editing of saved web notes
Especially convenient since it works with all the languages I use.
My concern is that it be updated for compatibility with soon-to-be released: Firefox 3.1
Works exactly as it should.
O only hope it is updated for Firefox 3.1
It would be a wonderful add-on if it were compatible with Hebrew and Arabic as well.
This add-on might be a way to replace Google Notebook [about to be phased out] with Google Docs by allowing rapid and easy cut and pasting from the web to Google Docs.
It would be much more useful in doing so if it had multi-language versatility