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|User since||March 9, 2009|
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Rated 2 out of 5 stars
Two months after my original post and nothing has changed.
If you only use Goofle (not a typo) for Email, it works.
Rated 2 out of 5 stars
I've had better Privacy on my Windows XP machine, running Firefox v3.5.5, for a couple months and I'm very happy with it. It is one of the (few) things that actually work within 3.5.5.
Today I installed Better Privacy upon my Linux machine immediately after a fresh installation of Hardy Heron. Hardy, by default includes a better running (3.0) version of Firefox.
I have not yet installed the Adobe flash plug-in on this machine, but I'm already sick to death of the nags I'm getting from Better Privacy. It repeatedly throws up a Java window telling me it has found no LSO folder. Once would be more than sufficient to remind me that I haven't installed the flash player yet, okay? But if this crap keeps up, I'll completely uninstall Better Privacy before I get around to the flash player.
Incidentally, had I not had the experience of these nags on my Linux machine, I would have rated this add-on a 5.
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
I've used this for about a year and like it most of the time. I apprediate that when I'm mousing around a page I don't have to go to the keyboard and use the other options to reach either the top or bottom of the page I'm on.
However, it's far from flawless. Two places where it it useless come to mind immediately: Yahoo mail and MSN (Hotmail) mail. In the case of Yahoo, it doesn't matter which button you try to use, if it works at all, it takes you to the bottom of the page. Nothing about this add on works to return you to the top of a Yahoo page.
In the case of MSN Hotmail, it simply does not work. At all. Period.
At the moment, I'm using Back to Top on this, a Windows XP machine with Firefox v3.5. On my other computer, a purely Linux machine, I am running a couple of versions of Firefox, including v220.127.116.11. The problems I've mentioned above are consistent to all versions of Firefox I am running.