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|User since||November 26, 2007|
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This is an extremely handy addon especially if you're a redditor.
You can view discussions for the page you're on as well as up or down vote.
If you've ever accidentally read the comments on a Youtube video you probably wanted to pry out your eyes with a rusty spoon.
This addon replaces the default comments with a much higher quality discussion.
Also there's an option to completely hide the the G+ comments (which appear below things by default).
Thank you for giving me the freedom to experience the web in the way that I enjoy.
Flash hurts performance on my computer pretty heavily. Between this and Flashblock I can keep it from loading until I need it.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.2.1-signed).
I was looking for a one-click solution to enable/disable Stylish and this did the trick. (I found the code on the sourceforge forum linked in the description.)
I assigned a hotkey combination and may end up using it more than the button itself.
This really fit the bill, thanks!
This is a simple addon that does what it says.
In the past the only solution I found for a duplicate tab option was to install an addon with a host of other functions & options - way more than I wanted or needed.
My itch has finally been scratched.
This addon is going in the right direction, but it is clearly an alpha.
Feature parity with F1 is at least necessary. The main deal-breaker for me using this addon is the lack of autocomplete for email. I don't memorize people's email addresses, so this makes it not so useful.
The presence of autocomplete for direct tweets, though, is pretty rockin'.
Seriously? You're bookmarking every link I share?
Why would I want that?!
I feel like this is behind my back. You never asked if you could do that. Someone could come behind me and see links that (maybe) I didn't want them to see.
Not only is this undesired, but it leaves a messy unfiled trail.
I turned off the bookmarking pref, but this addon is not much use to me until it can update its gmail address book. I hadn't been using the online address book in gmail so several commonly contacted friends weren't in there. They are now, but they don't show up in F1.
Beyond those gripes, I like the concept and everything else, but that thing reduces its usefulness significantly.
Description should probably specify "three finger swipe on Mac track pads" or something to that effect, but beyond that this addon works as advertised and I like simply holding command to activate Panorama. I use the top & bottom of page swipe much more often than I need to access Panorama.
I love this extension!
It is simple and does as advertised. It cleans up the iGoogle page without breaking functionality.
I love this extension!
But wish it were compatible with Firefox 3.1 Beta 3!
I love this extension, but please make it compatible with Firefox 3.1 beta3 (and beyond!).
*Seemed* to eat up processor.
Installed v. 0.1.2 (on Firefox 3.0) and restarted. Firefox immediately began using up 100% cpu and stayed that way. I disabled the extension and restarted and the processor usage is back to normal.
But yes, it did indeed add icons to the toolbar.
I'm on a mac and my office uses a proxy. So until Firefox plays nice with the OS location proxy settings, I have to manually change it.
I had previously used other, more complex, proxy addons but their complexity and need for special setup and understanding of the system was unnecessary.
All I need is to turn the proxy on or off.
This does just that.