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|User since||May 24, 2010|
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This plug-in works on all web pages and generates relevant contents on most. So, yes, it works. It is easy to use too.
But it does not impress. Internet Explorer 11's Reading Mode works much better, although the latter doesn't work on every web page.
To give specifics, this add-on fails to render all relevant contents. Try it on a Wikipedia article and you see what I mean.
This is nice bit of feature to have, especially it lets users open MHT files in their Firefox instances and benefit from the added security that Firefox add-ons provide.
However, it is not compatible with Outlook 2013. The MHT file that Outlook generates with its "View in Browser" command does not render well in Firefox with this add-on.
Click-to-Play is a feature of Firefox itself, so no surprise this add-on now works different in Firefox 23. After installing this add-on, you must invoke your extension manager and set individual plug-in settings to "Ask to Activate".
A nice green theme -- what more is there to say?
Another nice red theme -- No comment on the country itself
Political, national and (potentially) patriotic aspects aside, this Persona is nice. It is chiefly a warm red but not hot red.
Extremely useful for Wikipedia editors who use Wikipedia over SSL connections, since the secure Wikipedia site requires a separate sign-in.
I cannot confirm whether this provider has search suggestions. (Search suggestions does not work properly in my Firefox anyway.)
This plugin is an official and competent replacement for FFClickOnce by James Dobson. It allows publishers of Open Source or free applications to publish their products so that it is downloaded and installed painlessly, in the same manner that a Firefox add-on is installed.
Unfortunately, this add-on received an undeservedly bad reputation because in its first version, it could have not been uninstalled or disabled. Although applications like Internet Download Manager or Orbit Downloader still include such intrusive add-ons, they never received such criticism as this add-on did -- only because this add-on is from Microsoft and bashing Microsoft has become a sport these days.
Microsoft has now resolved the old problem with this plug-in and has published updates for it via Automatic Update or Microsoft Update.