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|User since||November 11, 2011|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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Easily the best new tab homepage add-on out there. Key feature: it puts the cursor in the on the web page vs. address bar (very useful if your homepage is a certain search engine). Great that it doesn't suffer compatibility issues with constant Firefox updates, unlike older new tab homepage add-ons.
@ComicOzzy: There's a main difference between adjust about:config and this add-on, the cursor placement.
To everyone complaining about the "cursor problem". It's not a problem, the developer PURPOSELY set it this way; check his changelog (if it's not deleted/changed yet). I know, it's mind boggling and defeat the purpose of such an add-on.
Switch to My Homepage 1.2: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/my-homepage/
It'll solve all your problems :).
Was easily the best new tab homepage add-on. It was simple, light, did exactly a the title stated and nothing more, nothing less. More importantly, it placed the cursor in the webpage, not in the address bar (I don't understand why other new tab add-ons put it in the address bar, it defeats the whole purpose of the add-on).
It's a shame Mozilla is trying to copy Chrome. This constant changing for version #s is a pain in the ***. Now I can't use this add-on anymore because it doesn't have open ended version compatibility? CURSE YOU MOZILLA! Seriously considering a permanent move to Chrome.
It places the cursor in the address bar instead of on the webpage. For example, I have Google as my homepage. Instead of the cursor in the search bar, it's in the address bar...how does that help me? Needs major improvement. It does exactly the same thing as "new tab homepage" (the reason I stopped using that add-on)...what's the point of making an add-on that doesn't offer anything new?