|User since||May 26, 2012|
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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Encodes, upon clicking the toolbar button, the immediate contents of the address bar, or upon right-click, your selected text/links, to be scanned by other devices (such as mobile phones). Great interface, the size of the generated QR code can be permanently adjusted with simple zoom buttons when hovered over, & it auto-closes when it loses focus.
It's taking me time to get used to having this easy option to transfer/copy links between my PC & my phone, but I love it when I remember to do it. Now I just need something to turn my webcam into a QR scanner & I'm set!
Now featuring autoclose (on losing focus), it does what it says, translated below. Rated 5 out of 5 stars
"QR code can be scanned without a network connection! Right-click on the picture to select Scan QR to scan the two-dimensional code information in the picture!"
To be clearer, this provides a right-click/context menu entry to on images to scan them for a QR code & convert it to text. I even made a wish & it came true. Thank you for the great app laobubu!
Did the job well Rated 3 out of 5 stars
but QR's generated from selected text were bugged for some reason, always generating the same QR. Otherwise a good extension. Offline QR generator is, however, better in all aspects.
QR code can be scanned without a network connection! Right-click on the picture and select Scan QR to scan the two-dimensional code in the picture Rated 5 out of 5 stars
That's what it says, & that's what it does. If there's one thing I'd wish for it's a "close on lose focus" option.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0.1-signed.1-signed).
Does not add much, doesn't replace Omnibar's simplicity, flexibility & functionality Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By simplicity I mean the fact that Omnibar didn't have its own list of search engines & instead used Firefox's built-in list.
By flexibility I mean a few things: Omnibar's ability to let you append the search engine keyword at the end; using @ to prevent confusing Firefox as to whether you wanted to do a default search with that letter or to use the search engine associated with it; & fuzzy keywords, that is, you can type just part of the keyword (or even just the search engine name even when it doesn't have a keyword), even just a single letter, & if your entry is unique enough to identify which search engine you intend to use, it'll pick that up.
Firefox's built-in keyword system doesn't offer these advantages either.
InstantFox offers a few things like customizing the style of your search & its suggestions, & instant-loading, but they pale in comparison to the added practicality I felt I had with Omnibar.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Works as advertised, light extension with a simple function & that's all.
I'm looking for a way to make a request, hope I find it. Would be cool to make Forward reopen the last closed tab when there's no forward . . . history (゜_゜>)??
I was literally nodding in approval. Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit on a Core i5. Memory Usage would typically climb from ~500MB to ~1.2GB over use (light to heavy : a week to even 1 day) until I either restart FF or it crashes.
I found this. Two days later, it's been a steady... ~270 to ~400MB, & it cools off on its own. I bow before you!
My antivirus is Panda Cloud, & I have my full faith in it that it has never either missed a virus or given a false-positive over the past... 6-7 years it's been with me. It doesn't find anything suspicious of afom.exe, or any part of the extension.
All thumbs up!
Greatest extension, Firefox 18 broke it for me Rated 4 out of 5 stars
As some have complained, it has stopped working properly (in my case since I updated to FF 18 last night).Instead of saving the image, it just opens the default "Save As" dialog in the last saved location, & even if I click save, it doesn't save anything.
Just a note, for some reason my add-on list showed I had V1.3.80 of this extension until I updated it from here. Either way the issue persists.
Interesting, has potential Rated 4 out of 5 stars
I'd just like to suggest a setting so the tab text color is the inverse of the created tab color.
There is also the problem of recognizing which is your currently selected tab among the forest of colors.
I like the idea a lot, but can't find it to be too useful for me unfortunately.