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|User since||January 8, 2012|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Not yet rated|
I've NEVER seen the blue icon in my location bar. I've NEVER seen the red icon for Google Disconnect, and I've NEVER seen the icon for Twitter Disconnect either. No evidence whatsoever that these add-ons do anything. I've disabled them all, for now. If I'm wrong, please explain what I'm missing, and describe how I (and everyone) can determine whether or not your add-ons are working.
"Not available for Firefox 11.0" please fix this.
Very useful extension. Well thought out/written and executed. One of my 'won't do without' FF extensions. Great work!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (184.108.40.206).
Seems to be a pretty good extension. I can tell it's working if I see HTML 5 elements, which I then selectively clear. Otherwise I wouldn't know because I don't use the 'Opt-Out' cookies feature, only the 'Tracker Blocking'. I say "wouldn't know" because I use a Windows app to manually remove cookies and it would show/allow me to keep or remove any 'Opt-Out cookies if I used that feature. What I don't get is that the 'Tracker Blocking' list is never updated and there's no option to check for new additions even it was so I give it 3 stars. Ghostery updates (and you can manually check for Web Bug updates, AND they do occasionally update) which is one of the reasons why I give Ghostery 5 stars. Ghostery focuses on web bugs though so I'm not comparing it to TrackerBlock in that regard, just the lack of updating gripe. I do use Better Privacy as well as I have no use for LSO/Flash cookies (although I like knowing who's using them and sometimes examining them).This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.0.1).
This is a really great extension but it hasn't been updated for FF 8 let alone FF 9 which I'm now using. Hope the author hasn't abandoned it and just hasn't been paying attention. I also love 'Menu Editor' which lets me customize context menus. Super!