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Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Unfortunately your contact form doesn't work (says mailserver down), so let me add some feature suggestion here:
1. Multi selection.
While holding CTRL it is possible to make multiple non-contiguous text selections (either by dragging the mouse or double clicking on words for example). Would it be possible to search for each of these selections automatically and highlight them in different colors? This would be very useful if you'd want to see where certain selections appear close to each other again on a page.
2. Trigger highlight by context menu
I usually select text with my mouse so the keyboard shortcut is a bit "far away" (and I don't want to have highlight activated all the time). Would it be possible to add a context menu entry to trigger the highlighting?
3. Keep the highlight even if the selection is reset
It would also be nice if the highlight could be kept active until either a new selection is made or highlight is made by the context menu added in 2, depending on how the highlight was triggered.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
This plugin is really useful for those pesky pages that put overlays over the page or images to make you register. Just nuke them ;) !
I hate Mozilla for what they are doing to Firefox in the recent versions, crippling the possibilities of extensions almost to the point where they are visual sugar (at least it feels like that compared to what extensions could do), but that's not this extensions fault.
Question: is it possible to call a function to trigger the nuke from a mouse gesture? Before 2.0 I called "NukeAnything.doNukeSelection" or "NukeAnything.doNukeAnything" (together with setting "gContextMenu.target" to the "event.target") from a custom script for the gesture. Now it tells me NukeAnything is not defined.
As many others have already said: this addon is the reason I still use Firefox Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I tried other browsers, but without vertical/tree style tabs they were just unuseable for me. I can't understand why this isn't the default tab UI for all browsers implemented without any extension.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.0).
Can't install version 1.3 Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Version 1.2.2 works well.
But I can't install the new version (1.3/1.3.1). FF (53.0.3 on Win7) tells me the addon file is corrupt.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I don't know what browser developers thought, when they decided to not show the full title of the page any more (the truncated part shown in the tabs is useless). This extension fixes that!
The display is slightly broken with FF15 though (shadow isn't shown correctly on Win7). To fix this until there is (hopefully) an update of this extension you have to replace the line
-moz-border-image: url(shadow.png) 0 26 / 0 26px repeat repeat;
in overlay_aero.css within the extension with the following lines:
border-image: url(shadow.png) 0 26 0 26 fill repeat repeat;
The background highlight should work again.