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|User since||March 5, 2007|
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A Suggestion perhaps Rated 3 out of 5 stars
I just found this plugin and installed it. Am going to see of it works the way it is supposed. What I have is a simple suggestion.
Why not make one more option available in the list of "Predefined Command" like running a predefined batch file ? This is similar to what IDM has. In this case an individual has the option to finish several other tasks which may be conditional. I have a lot of things happening in the background like ripping some video files and running uTorrent watching some video. I also have created a special batch file which runs on completion of any one of these tasks and goes into a loop until all the jobs are finished. Then it switches off power to several external equipments like the monitor, modem, externallly connected USB desktop drives and the KVM switch through a network connected power controller. This way I also insure that the only power I am consuming is around 8 watts as standby for the main PC and the router. This would otherwise be like 40-45 watts !
Problems with MAFF Rated 1 out of 5 stars
This extension simply disables the MAFF extension which is unacceptable. It MUST allow the "page save as ..." part of the browser to complete the job and then only take over the "save to location " to take over.
I am really disappointed that the earlier " Save to folder.." extension is incompatible with FF 8.0.
FF8 - Not Working !!!! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I don't know what is the matter but I can't get it to work under FireFox 8.0 Worked flawlessly with all previous versions.
Under FF 8.0 I do not get the option of maff in the "file type" drop down menu when I select "Save Page as...." in the right click context menu. I hope I do not have to revert to version 7.01 just to use this extension.
Would rate it as 5 Star but for this problem!
I stand corrected. Since "Save to folder" did not work with ff 8.0 I installed "download sort" which prevented maff from working. Soon as I remoced it everything is working fine.
This extension makes life so much easier with only a single file to be managed in stead of the file + folder pain, you know where !!!
Works just fine Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I am using version 220.127.116.11 with FF version 7.0.1 without any problems.
Even D-Link products like ADSL modems and wifi routers - that simply can't be configured using web interface under native FF can be accessed AND configured by simply clicking on the IE icon in the addon bar.
Problems Rated 3 out of 5 stars
The icon is not visible on Firefox 3.6.10. on Win 7 Ultimate. Had to create a new toolbar for it.BTW 3.6.10 crashes too frequently for comfort. Seriously considering reverting to 3.6.8. If crashes persist will switch to Chrome for good !This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.1.3).
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
This is exactly what I need. The fact that bank details cannot be saved is due to banking web site's security feature. Add the user id in bank's bookmark!
For use with letitbit just use flashgot with dta manager. Works great for me.
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
Although it is good and I use it frequently, especially since FF# does not support IDM, it does not give me the same download speed as IDM. It is slower by at least around 20 / 25 %.
Also wish it had multiple link support & decent scheduler feature available.
Scheduler Missing Rated 4 out of 5 stars
It may be useful for some people who are otherwise using IDM for their downloads which is now blocked in Firefox 3.0.
However for people like me who have volume based day time internet connectivity and unlimited night time connectivity scheduler feature would be an absolute must.
I am now forced to use IE 7.0 for downloading large files which allows IDM integration with scheduler option.