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Works Rated 4 out of 5 stars
This seems to be the only living and free add-on out there that can take screenshots directly into the clipboard, thus I like it.
There's a bug though: it fails to give the file extension when saving the screenshot as a file.
It just gives "." instead of ".png" or ".jpg".
I'd like a toolbar button, too.
Pity the repo on github is outdated.
Still seems to work with FF20 Rated 4 out of 5 stars
As someone has told it here, using "Disable Add-on Compatibility Checks" add-on makes it work, and even on FF ver. 20. Tested on a Mac.
Hope the developper comes back, or at least makes the code open source so that someone else could continue with it.
Stopped working for me Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Has been very usefull for me, especially the "Copy Page Title" / "Copy Page Title & URL" feature.
But it stopped working (the context menu items don't show up) since a while ago. I assume that the add-on is not going well with another add-on that I use: Menu Editor.
If I turn off the latter it seems to work fine.
But this is odd since it used to work fine together before, and other add-ons that modify context menus are still working fine.
Hope the developper can fix the problem.
Firefox 20.0 / Mac
Somewhat incomplete... Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Thank you for the swift reply.
As for the dialog issue, I'm sorry I was wrong.
It was just the size of my dialog was for some reason too small and it hided the OK/Cancel button. Just dragging down the bottom edge of the dialog fixed it.
I don't know if its possible but can you explicitly specify the dialog's (minimum) height?
And great to hear that the next update is coming.
Looking forward to it!
This add on is basically good, but has some fatal side effects.
For example when I want to search for "twitter button" on google and type that phrase in Foobar, it goes to twitter website and search for "button", instead of searching google for "twitter button".
Also "Manage search engine..." dialog is so wierdly designed in that it has no cancel or ok button. Forces me to quit Firefox itself in order to close this dialog.
I hope that the developer could fix these problems soon.
Helpfull, but still has some room for improvements Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Does what it says it does.
Save for the fact that it makes cmd+q close even pinned tabs (which is obviously unwanted and gives about the same annoyance as to accidentaly quitting the app!).
Btw, my suggestion for the key binding to actually quit the app is to press cmd+q twice in a certain short period of time, as in Chrome.
Nice Rated 3 out of 5 stars
Incompatible with Firefox 13+.
This add-on works nicely.
It would be better with a more refined look and feel:
- play shutter sound when capturing finished.
- button appearance that better-suits the firefox UI.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
The problem below seems to have been fixed. Thanks!
Please add an option not to show ContextMenuPlus icon in the add-on bar. And options should be available from the add-on panel, not from the add-on bar.
Otherwise it is useful.
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
I've found an unofficial fix for the icon size problem here:
Hope this will be integrated soon.
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Its button (icon) size doesn't seem to fit to the toolbar or tab-bar (too big) when I'm using it with small icons on my Mac version of firefox 4.
Otherwise it works perfectly.