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|User since||November 16, 2007|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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I think this is built into firefox now. Crtl+Alt+R should restart.
Point is, the wonderful developers fixed something that worked and this addon tries to remedy that. So thank you. But could you have it just run when you shutdown or startup? The idle time thing is finicky. I set it to 7 days and restarted for good measure. Waited 30 seconds or so. Still there. I changed it to 1 day, restarted and waited and it worked. Tested on wife's computer, worked fine at 30 days. First try.
I had BSOD (blue screens of death) problems and didn't know what was wrong. I thought hardware. I deleted my history while getting ready to have a tech look at the machine after being unable to troubleshoot it myself. Like magic everything now works fine.
This is a fantastic plug-in I couldn't live without. There is only one problem. It lets you drag and drop folders and engines in the drop-down menu. Which is where a heavy finger can drag a folder away or into another folder and sometimes it's gone. For good. All the search engines are gone, no backup. You can also drag the whole search engine folder into itself, which creates a bug. Everything is gone. If there was some safe guard against that, it'd be perfect.
Only real gripe is that the Icon doesn't change to show the site is whitelisted. So I find myself going to add it again.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (184.108.40.206).
Well I always do manual updates. So I hadn't updated for at least 3 weeks. Opened Firefox and it installs. Uninstalled through the add-on manager. Maybe I did download it in an update. Didn't expect a Windows update to include an add-on for Firefox.
I guess it's good for Firefox to be mainstream but it's not IE for a reason, a GOOD reason. Lets keep it that way.
THIRD PARTY COOKIE MANAGEMENT PLEASE!
Used this addon for years, please make it relevant again.
I just won an item on ebay but I can't use the paypal link even though both sites are whitelisted, and allow globally was enabled.
Switching to Cookie Monster: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/cookie-monster/
This is great! Now I can upgrade to TB3. I WILL NOT use an e-mail program that ignores such a basic security issue otherwise. The senders REAL e-mail address. (Points and TB devs) You guys need to include this in the core program!
Thank you R.I.P. for your work adding this to TB3.
Hey guys, instead of rating things you like 1 star, why not just get the Nightly Tester Tools addon. Then you can override the version checking and most addons will work fine.
I've had this addon so long I'd forgotten it wasn't built-in. Sorry but I've been around the internet too long I guess. If you can't see the sender's e-mail address until after you open the mail, you can't protect yourself from spam. I don't see how it's possible something so basic has escaped TB's developers for so many years. Without this addon working I'll be downgrading back to TB 2.x .
It works great. Huge time saver.
All it needs is a scroll bar on the phrase dialog. After that it should be taken out of the sandbox.