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|User since||October 14, 2008|
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I'd been having trouble recently with YouTube files that would seem to download but then show 0 bytes.
This method fixed that problem.
But its real excellence stems from its ease of use and ability to customize which types of files it presents for download. It even lets me download the audio track by itself.
Here to make my yearly donation.
This gives me so much fun. It's constantly made better.
Been using it since Firefox 3.
I get a pop-up that says it's not available for Firefox 3.6.3, which is OK because it has Bookmark This Page built into the right-click menu already.
Also, when I type CNTRL+B, a side panel opens on the left to view all my bookmarks.
Is this just me, or what?
PS Regarding missing bookmarks: I let Chrome load its bookmarks from Firefox and now not only are they missing in Firefox but the backups are all unreadable.
Or you could just right click on the name of your file in the Downloads window and select "Show in Finder."
Not only opens your download folder but also takes you directly to any file you choose in the list of downloads.
This is such a elegant app, although I'm speaking strictly as an end-user.
And with no support for Firefox 4.0 I have yet another reason to wonder why there's an FF 8 when 3.6 works so well.
Fantastic. Does just what you most want without any hassle. And it's perfectly integrated. Make sure to contribute something: it's worth at least $30 to me. [I have some really complex programs that can't do the simple grabbing of linked photos without downloading 10000 other objects.]This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.3.3).
iMacros has been such a relief. It can do everything you can do without any fiddling or workarounds. Better than any of the script editors I've used. Overcame a couple obnoxious logins at work, like where they sign you off every 5 minutes and signing back in starts about 4 or 5 levels up with lots of repetitive entry because they're badly designed. Wonderful.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (126.96.36.199).
I also received an error message about a hashed file. Here's the remedy.____________________________
The link for Weave Sync goes to Firefox Sync, and it works OK. ________________________
Ce lien pour Weave Sync mène à Firefox Sync, et cela fonctionne correctement. _________________________________
Der Link für Weave Sync zu Firefox Sync geht, und es funktioniert OK. ______________________________
El URL para Weave Sync es para Firefox Sync tambien, y funciona bien.
While the suggestion to drag the URL by its favicon to the desktop may be supplemented by noting that on the MacOSX one may also simply drag the link itself to create a webloc, either method misses the point of this add-on, which re-invent some missing link to making bookmarks [favorites], but rather to convert a page of HTML with URL links to a folder of individual bookmarks automatically and while ignoring all the needless parts of the page, such as the breadcrumb.gif, the previously mentioned favicon, and the ever popular blank.png.
Good job cleverly done, Prudnik, since in the long ago I learned the heartbreak of saving solely the URL of a page collecting fascinating links, only to return and find the page gone, taking with it the directory of URLs I now meant to use.
Believe me, saving 75 or more links by drag & drop is about as practical as going rung by rung up an elevator shaft's utility ladder rather than taking the stairs.
Thank you Mr. Prudnik. If this had been around to streamline creating the old link directory pages, Yahoo have become a Google.
When amid several hundred open tabs, I'm also downloading from uTub and suddenly decide I must respond [hmmmmm, just like now] in all my prolix glory, the world would weep if my browser crashed for some odd reason. Fear not, for Lazurus is here, as are each of several stages of lit'ry genius. From these I can retrieve quickly the chat message I was typing in Live Gogo Grannys COM at just the point before I lost that sterling bon mot. 4 A Good Time get Lazurus.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.0.5).
Brook no imitation, my good chap: OldFactory Black is indubitably wonderous to peruse the electrospace interstices. Comprehensive, fascinating, and regularly updated. [Don't forget to start the gears.] Makes not only an excellently realized steam-punk browser, but also includes features that I missed when I had to use other themes. Thanks, thanks, thanks.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.6).