Rated 4 out of 5 stars


It's stuck at the bottom of the menu Rated 3 out of 5 stars

Works fine, but it can't be moved from the bottom of the context menu to a more appropriate position. How annoying! I tried using both Menu Manipulator and Menu Wizard, but the menu entry will not move.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Great, it works very smoothly

Some improvements Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Very nice add-on, but it can be better:

1. Add movable icon, some people don't like context menu.
2. This icon should list all source html, js, css (use some separator, lable with number is sufficient). Look for Phoenix add-on (this is done perfectly). We can see gziped and minification source too (it's great).

Check add-on View Source, it has nice icon too, but additionally show css and js inline (what is great) and size for extermal source (approximately). Unfortunately add stupid sidebar (on left side, without off option) and I dont like them.

You use nice formatting code, and if add above option to your add-on it will the best.

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В избранное Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Как же я долго искал это дополнение. Это именно то, что мне так не хватало в Firefox после Opera. В Firefox ужасно раздражал просмотр исходного кода страниц, когда весь код может растянуться в одну строку. А с этим дополнением всё читабельно и красиво. Спасибо разработчику за отличное дополнение))

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Syntax Highlighting for C++, C, Java sources etc? Rated 5 out of 5 stars

5 stars for as described, but only 4 for:

I'd really like to see this addon support highlighting of some common programming languages so viewing source files in the browser would be a joy. I know of an addon that can apparently do this ("CodeViewer", it's old, unfriendly and broken in 22.0a2 at least) but as it's not working for me this addon seems my only hope. I like the fact this is a 'No Restart', actively developed and can do web language highlightings but adding the requested syntaxes and possibly others would be superb!

Please consider! :)

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Originz uses Prism syntax highlighter, so I can only add support for languages that are supported by Prism. Fortunately, more languages are being added to Prism, so I'll add support for more languages whenever possible.

I use it instead of the default ff source code viewer Rated 5 out of 5 stars

this add on is really neat, keep up the good work

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Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Great extension, I especially like the "beutify code" feature. Nevertheless, it would be even better if it had an option to place its menu in the "tools" menu of the browser instead of mandatorily cluttering the context menu, which I dislike being cluttered - that's the only reason I'm not giving it 5 stars.

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