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|User since||December 7, 2007|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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This makes your add-ons neater by removing your capability to set their options, disable, enable, or remove. Only install it if you don't care about that. On the plus side, it doesn't require a restart, so I was able to immediately remove it.
Most people love it, so perhaps they don't have the same setup as I do: my add-ons open in my sidebar.
I'd give this add-on a 5 if I could still use it. I can't find anything comparable for FF 27. Pinning a tab to the menu doesn't make it permanent. I check regularly, but no one has filled the gap or updated the add-on.
This is great at what it is supposed to do, which is showing me my feeds. I hate scrolling messages and complicated feeders, so I love Brief. It does what it says, so if you are looking for more options, you may want to pass it up. But if you just want to see your feeds, try this!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.2).
This extension keeps my on-top toolbars to a minimum, and I can still find what I need with a simply click.
-Full toolbar: access to any button I put there
-Sidebar: control frequently used extensions
-Grippy: don't even notice it until I need it
I use this regularly; it's much easier to perform a search in ScrapBook then search each bookmark. I can still do research (or be amused) when I don't have an internet connection.
Two "buts": After reinstalling XP and reinstalling Scrapbook (from FF), I couldn't retrieve my saved folders. I downloaded the tutorial and learned how, but it's complicated enough I haven't tried it yet. When I added notes, I couldn't see them until I finished (clear text?).
I would like more control over the notes and editing, but it's the best extension, hands down, I've found for saving full pages and pieces of pages.
I use this every time I am online; when I had to reinstall my system, this was the first extension I added. I use it for phone numbers, physical addresses...everything but passwords. The only suggestion I would make is increasing the number of allowed fields--but that's only because I find it so useful.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.1.2).