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|User since||October 16, 2008|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Not yet rated|
A big timesaver. I often need to check long lists of sites for business directories. For years, I've been copying and pasting the URLs one at a time and pressing Enter. This saves several steps. The slideshow and next-button features are great. Because it's a toolbar, I can toggle it on and off at any time without having to re-enable the addon. I know it's designed specifically to import URLs only and ignore extraneous text that might appear in the input source, but it would be even more helpful if I could import URLs with more advanced search commands like "site:somesite.com 'contact us'" or "related: somesite.com"
It's been working well for me for a couple months. Generally it just works and I don't pay much attention. I add my vote for adding a user-customizable exception list if it doesn't interfere with the developer's intent for a lightweight extension.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.0).
Working great in FF 22, now that I found and installed the newest version from https://code.google.com/p/tabgroupsmanager. The existence and availability of the newer versions should be more prominently noted here. I didn't find out there was a new version until I was hunting for some documentation and discovered the update there. Still no docs, though.
This is an amazingly thorough and feature-rich ePub reader--all right inside our beloved Firefox. No need to install some bloated resource-hogging separate application like Adobe Digital Editions. It respects the Digital Rights Management status of the ePub. It even creates an ePub-Catalog where you can see the books you've viewed, complete with Author, Title, Date Added and a drop-down menu to go instantly to the ePubReaders eBook Shop and other ebook sources online. Lets you set bookmarks in the eBook, change font size, navigate Table of Contents in sidebar, save the ePub locally, configure third-party ePub plugins ... The user manual seems to be extensive, well-organized and well-written, with lots of helpful screen shots. Highly recommended.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (18.104.22.168).
The dialog came up, but I tried several different replaces, case insensitive, and nothing happened at all. Further, I couldn't find the replace bar or how to make it show. Shift+R opens FF's normal Quick Find bar. I'm sure this addon has good potential and I look forward to trying it in the future.
I love this addon.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (22.214.171.124).