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|User since||July 28, 2007|
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liking the addon in general, but i am NOT a fan of toolbars that don't give themselves a button so i can show and hide the bar when i choose. please add a button so i can do this. (you can find a similar button on the stumbleupon toolbar - lets me show and hide at will so i dont have to give up valuable screen real estate unless i chose - VERY important!)This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0.42).
i'm loving this extension, but i really hate that i have to click to the Tools menu to open it...is there any way to create a button that i can drag to a toolbar to access this? i'm sure the smart folk could make their own, but alas, i have no idea how. any thoughts?
Thanks for a super fun addon!
i really love adding extensions to make Firefox do everything i want it to do (and none of what i don't want it to), but i really Really REALLY love extensions that make handling all my extensions easier. instead of having to remember to manually check for updates, this one plain old TELLS ME! how cool is that?This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.1.5.3).
just adore this extension! especially coupled with the hearty use of a clean cache button (so as to limit what's shown in cache viewer) this one is SUPER handy for saving anything you've seen on the interweb.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.4.3).
i suppose for the unknowing, this might be just slightly helpful. but FYI for ya'll: you can do this yourself. easily. all you need to do is right click on a bookmark on your bookmark tab and choose "properties". the first line (i believe it's named 'title' or 'name') will let you delete the text in that field. click the ok button and the name of the bookmark will disappear like magic from your bookmark toolbar. of course you'll want to keep some text for sites that don't have a FavIcon, otherwise it's hard to know which link you're clicking on. but this way you can shorten the name by hand, if not delete it, instead of the very long name some sites give themselves. hope that helps some people :)This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.3.1).
if you're an extension collector like i am (i tweak the heck outta anything i can!) then you need to have this addon. it allows you control everything about your addons, lets you back them up easily, and more. thanks for some incredible work!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (184.108.40.206).
a must have for anyone with many must have addons. i'm a huge FF customizer and adore being able to take my configurations with me. also handy for transferring your home configs to your portable FF (runs on a thumbdrive so you dont have to install on someone else's comp)
if you have even one thing that you *have* to have in your firefox, get FEBE and make sure you can always get it!
why don't ya'll try an awesome non-extension option like keepvid.com? works like a charm all over the place and has a little bookmarklet which is super handy. just sayin ;)This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.3).
this is one of the addons i've kept around for quite a long time. small and useful. however, this current version happens to conflict with the McAfee SiteAdvisor addon (both old and updated versions). As my current install is home to a few fairly incompetent folks, i'd like to keep SiteAdvisor around, but don't want to lose the functionality of MTTEnhancer. Is there any sort of workaround for this? Thanks for a great addon and any help you can give!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.7.5.3).