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|User since||March 5, 2007|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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i really like this extension - uBlock is much more powerful and efficient than Adblock Plus/Edge/etc.
@MooTaters - you need to read the wiki to learn how to use uB - you'll find the link on the About tab of the config UI
don't mean to pick on this developer in particular, but cookies are only a part -- a small part -- of overall privacy protection
any extension that deals with cookies should also handle local and session storage and probably LSOs as well
even though this functionality is built-in, i would like to set it to false globally, then allow on a per-domain basis - need a white-list to do this though
this ext has a lot of potential, but it there are currently some glaring problems and shortcomings: 1) you cannot set a custom string for the UA, 2) English documentation needs to be improved, 3) you cannot change settings for a site unless you visit it, which causes a problem if you change a global rule and want to change all domain rules as a result, and especially annoying is 4) most of the settings are sometimes reset back to their defaults without any user action that i am aware ofThis user has a previous review of this add-on.
since approx. the time i updated to ff 36, the file type icons are not displayed in either the local or remote view until the files in the lists are moused-over
if the ext. relies on dom.storage.enabled being set to false, then it should probably set this upon install and re-check at every start-up
also, if it breaks Extension Defender, i would wonder if it would break other chrome addresses?
no support site and no support email? hmmm...
setting dom.storage.enabled = false breaks the Extension Defender add-on
eCleaner should not be included by default - at the very least it should be an optional install
luckily it looks like a benign extension, otherwise i'd really be po'd :)
liking PM though - good work
window._content is deprecated. Please use window.content instead. fireftpOverlay.js:119:0This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.0.22).
mutating the [[Prototype]] of an object will cause your code to run very slowly; instead create the object with the correct initial [[Prototype]] value using Object.create preferences.jsm:467:0This user has 2 previous reviews of this add-on.
since the font size for the add-on panel was increased in 1.5.1b2, i have no issues with this add-on
i've used AiOS for a long time and it is also very good, but i much prefer the sidebar switch in Omni since it does not use any space of the document width
"We make protecting privacy a priority by being clear about what information we collect and how we will use the information to show relevant ads. ..."
should also warn when viewing add-on page on addons.mozilla.org
a great alternative to the mostly abandoned Request Policy!
well thought out
fairly easy to use
it slows the FF UI even with only 2 threads set and kills it with anything much more over 2
development seems to have all but ceased
after years, there is STILL no option to hide the feed tool-bar and REMEMBER ITS STATE across sessions!
Newsfox is not available in the FF feed subscribe menu on newer version of FF - what's with that?
hands-down the best news reader for firefox - i like everything about it, except that it does really make the browser unresponsive when refreshing, perhaps even more so with more than 2 threads set
the only little niggle i have with it is that, when changing multiple settings, it appears only the first change is saved, so you have to re-enter the options UI for each change
i noticed this particularly when changing the global and group sort options
i'd like this add-on a whole lot more if the icon/menu thing were not there at all - most other add-ons i've seen like this simply fix the link, and optionally highlight it, without being so intrusive - if the user wants to see the cleaned and un-cleaned URL, this could be displayed in a simple tooi-tip and cleaned links could just have a bit of custom CSS applied
other than that, it has a lot of well thought options
DO NOT INSTALL - contains wips.com SPYWARE
by atomizer on November 20, 2014 · permalink · translate
mozilla should not allow extensions like this
users do not want not be tracked
please click the "Report Abuse" link and complain to mozilla - if this garbage does not violate their policies, THEN THOSE POLICIES NEED TO BE CHANGED! tell them how you feel!