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|User since||November 9, 2008|
|Number of add-ons developed||1 theme|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Not yet rated|
I love Pocket, but I don't understand why I have to keep the button on the toolbar? Why isn't moving it to the new menu permanently an option? Or removing it from the toolbar completely and just leaving the bookmark button in the URL bar? Why not give the end user some options?This review is for a previous version of the add-on (18.104.22.168-signed).
It may not be perfect (I have yet to see a problem with it so far) but it's such a fantastic feature that used to be easily had in Linux and has atrophied. Now my Firefox install looks more than ever like it fits in with my OS.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.5.1-signed).
Does a fantastic job - connecting my browser on Firefox in Linux to my phone. However, there is one very irritating thing: moving the button does not survive a browser restart. I wish to put the button elsewhere, but it will not allow it. Also it would be preferable if the icon were monochrome.
Other than that, very nicely done.
Really unfortunate that this is not compatible with latest version of Firefox. It's a beautiful app on the Android platform; it would be nice if it could work with my desktop, too.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.1.1-signed).
Another great GNOME integration addon. Only thing that would be nice to see here is the ability to hide the titlebar when tiled (like other GNOME 3.6 apps, like Web, Documents and Nautilus - which might not be possible.)This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.2.1-signed).
Not perfect (mostly because of Firefox's poor implementation of GTK). And needs a bit of refresher to keep up with GNOME 3.6 (see the disabled back/forward buttons and compare with Epiphany and Nautilus - disabled is not just grayed out, it's also now flattened.) Still, it's the best way to integrate Firefox into the GNOME environment.
Addendum: Wow - glad to help! Also, and I have no idea if this is feasible, but the inactive scrollbar should be very pale... though Firefox may not allow something like that (I'm just glad it's as close as it is!)