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|User since||July 22, 2010|
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...if I can't readily save the code image I've just created. Unless I'm missing something obvious, I have to take a screen shot to make any use of it (such as to use it in a website or in print). Yes, I have tools with which to do that, but I shouldn't have to use them.
So, yes, I was missing something, but not all that obvious. In light of the developer's response, I will up my review to 5 stars.
[ OSX 10.5.9, FF 34 ]
Wiped out the contents of my Additional Toolbar (it left the toolbar visible, but there was nothing in it. Repeatedly). It also trashed Nimbus Screenshot, meaning that while Nimbus was still listed in my add-ons, its button (which was also in the Additional Toolbar) was just gone, nowhere to be found. I hate to affect your ratings with one star, but there's no "N/A" rating available. Talk to Mozilla about that.
I make a comment about what I would like, then find out I can already do it. I just discovered that I can move status bar tools to an upper toolbar. So all I'm left wanting is for the calendar to stay where I put it.This user has a previous review of this add-on.
Pretty much what I was looking for, except that I would prefer a button in my toolbar instead of having to mouse down to the status bar, and I would also prefer the calendar to remember where I put it, instead of always popping up in the middle of the screen.
Does not work for me at all in OSX 10.9.2 --> Firefox 29.0.1
Column sort icons are backwards. If I want to sort by date, most recent first, the bottom (wide) of the triangle should be on top, with the apex pointing down. This is the same situation with all of the column sort icons.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (18.104.22.168).
Very nice, manual filters are finally convenient (why this isn't native to TBird is a major mystery). I have a sparse toolbar, but my core belief is that there should be a button available for EVERY menu command, even if nobody would use all of them. With this, half of what I have needed is achieved. Now, how about a button to run filters on the individual MESSAGE?This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.2).
The addon window says it is not available for FF 5.0, but it still works, to a point. I have no need for the Quick List Titles used by Renamizer, so I delete them, but that is not honored through restart. Next time I start, that Quick List is back, and I have to delete them again.This user has a previous review of this add-on.
For what I have seen, it's worth 4 stars, but I must admit that I am a little disappointed that RENAME TAB, despite being mentioned in more than one spot in promotional literature, doesn't seem to have made it into the lineup of working features. Renaming tabs was the main reason I even tried it.
I'll say more after I've used it for a while.
No instructions whatsoever, so I have no idea how to activate the thing, no idea if it works. Clicking on the website link doesn't work, and entering that manually brings me to a "Join this community" site which makes no mention of this add-on. Get your stuff together, folks. If I remember this somewhere down the road I will try it again, but at the moment, nothing.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.1).
Displaying a fictitious name on a tab is undoubtedly useful for those who want to hide what they're looking at, but all I want to do is rename a tab when what I am doing requires it. I do NOT want it renaming automatically. To that end, it seems to me I should be able to set it as a preference, or perhaps to clear the list of bogus names, but it doesn't allow me to do either.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.9.6).
Don't submit bug reports here? Then, pray tell, where do we do that? There is no button to add to the toolbar on FF 3.6.7/Mac OSX 10.6.4. Remove the hyphens: M-F-W-i-l-l-s@G-M-a-i-l.c-o-mThis review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.3).