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|User since||March 29, 2013|
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great add-on that integrates well with others Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I love this add-on! In addition to being able to put an extra toolbar pretty much anywhere you want on the screen (with a cute puzzle piece in its corner), the location bar toolbar is what I really love about this. Hover over the puzzle piece, and they scroll out for access. There are certain buttons I like to have access to all of the time, and other that I only need now and then. I don't particularly like Mozilla's new way of placing these buttons, so I use add-ons to make it work how I like. I'm really glad I found this one, because the smooth scrolling out into the bar of those icons makes me happy. The add-on also integrates very well with lots of other add-ons I have for aesthetic reasons, such as CuteButtons (the icons in the location bar also tilt when you hover over them!) and GlassMyFox.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (22.214.171.124-signed).
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
This is by far the best screenshot utility out there. No matter how long the scroll on the current screen, you can always grab the entire thing at full size (some other add-ons will reduce the size if it is too large); and it has so many options for keyboard shortcuts or what the button on the toolbar does by default, so you can customize it completely for whatever your needs. (Some reviewers incorrectly stated that the functionality is limited or cumbersome, which means they obviously failed to even read through the options for the add-on. That kind of person should not really post reviews at all.) THANKS for the person who wrote about using "Disable Add-on Compatibility Checks 1.3." I had been holding off for a long time on updating Firefox b/c it said it was incompatible, but now I know that SCE can indeed be run even on Fx19.