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|User since||February 1, 2008|
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I remember using it before, and it was pretty great, looking for stuff besides spelling. By now, even though I set it to warn me if I submit posts without checking, it does nothing, no matter what webpage I'm on.
It works, mostly. I'd just prefer if there was an setting to let it ignore en-US spelling (which can't be uninstalled) and replace it with en-GB.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.3.2).
The (most likely) best "Check for website updates"-addon available. Haven't seen another extension where it was this easy to select what changes to look out for in a page.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.4.3.20110803).
It works mostly fine for me, except one tiny problem - I prefer using British English as English dictionary, yet this Add-On keeps switching to American English - Probably because of the similarities, I guess.
Anyway, it would be great if there was a way to prioritise some languages over others, maybe even exclude some entirely (you can't deinstall the US English dictionary, at least I couldn't, so just turning it of for this extension would be good), and/or to "hard-set" a certain language by hand for a while.
Another idea would be an option to set/remember language by site - so I can type German on German sites, English on English sites, and so on...
It's not actually "any colour you want", it's a selection of 70 pre-scripted colours. That's basically enough, but I'd still like an option to enter the RGB-code of a specific colour.
"Note: C4C currently only works with open tabs. It does not continue to monitor tabs that have closed, nor does it remember running jobs between FireFox restarts. These features will be implemented in an upcoming release."
If I'm not totally mistaken, this was already promised years ago, or at least more then one year...
There already is an extension called "Morning Coffee" which does basically the same, but I guess this one can still be useful if someone wants an different UI for this feature...This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.3).