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Name FujiSenseiSan
Location U.S.A.
User since Sept. 19, 2010
Number of add-ons developed 0 add-ons
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My Reviews

Disconnect Search

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

is there a proof of stopping the ISPs from tracking searches? I don't think this is possible without spamming the ISPs with search results ... which means this addon is only a half of the solved problem :)

This review is for a previous version of the add-on ( 


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

The difference between Netscape and Firefox is that the first will start 3 seconds after the computer wakes up and 3 seconds before Windows (for example) is operating, while the second waits for Google to update the service and eventually triggers the Adobe update as well.

Now because everyone "got the picture" as from where (Google geolocation) to where (Adobe service history) was your computer going in the past ... role-playing an open minded end user would probably require a Java permission update ... Ab initio this is unloaded within an ISP server permissions update as well ... Performing "YES" at this point will leave the ISP servers at free disposal on every next node up in the network tree ... From now a single phone is enough to keep track of your computer activity or even less than a phone ... a satellite :)

Wish you knew that Google's Image search engine is the primary. Google's Earth kept coming upfront, till AT&T managed to make it in the first place :)

I know you don't like me :)

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.7.20131121.1-signed). 

Bork Bork Bork!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I feel late, actually I knew this extension, but at the time when it was published could not guess its potential. Because at that time was not worried on who else is reading or recording the pages I am surfing :) Discovered months ago another add-on doing the exact thing this one was doing long before it, called Crimerize. I named crimerize the best thing happening for Firefox in the recent past. Well, if I could remember this Bork Bork sooner :)

MakeGIF Video Capture

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

many capture tools emphasizing life comics can be shared and made to be important, all of them showing weaknesses (IT related) ... but this one hits my taste for speed and accessibility

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.61.1-signed.1-signed). 

Comeback Cached Link

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Within checking the dropdown menu Google has proof of the user intentions ... within the servers abilities to keep track of user actions Google is notified of the mouse motion in between the screened elements, visible or not on the user displays ... yes, now it has the proof the user is going to check the cache ... These from the perspective of an invasive Google surveillance ... Now from the perspective of a small and nearly obliterated site owner who wants to spy if the user is coming to his site from a cached link accessed on Google, it seemed better to have the "cache" link hidden ... Thank you :)

Open Link

Rated 5 out of 5 stars


Link Visitor

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

a useful addon from the perspective of my browser :), I mean, yes, indeed, my browser acknowledges all these links were visited, but how about my trackers? Are they viewing the same number of visited links? Or they view only the links I have visited for real?

Besides, I checked this addon within the current FF version and it doesn't show like the extension is actually working, doing anything ... maybe I am wrong. Then how do I check if the addon is working? Thank you :)

This review is for a previous version of the add-on ( 

Tooltip Plus

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

excellent "eye-sight" exposure tool, only if would work with most of the last FF versions :)


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

the best add on in Mozilla Foundation, is doing exactly what was expected from Firefox's afterlife after Netscape's sudden death ... keep watching :)

The following were retrieved with TLDR extension from the search result page for "Crimerize" add-on: "crimerize :: Search :: Add-ons for Firefox

CRIMER: wats its this? DETETCIVE: its is an ads-oon thet makse anny pages loks liek Crimer Show! DETETCIVE: its is an ads-oon thet makse anny pages loks liek Crimer Show! Not yet rated 1 user"

You are perhaps aware of "SMART ERROR" detection types or its use to enforce web surfers to pass through a re-direction process over to another server before reaching the requested site, plus an unwanted history record on the ISPs side ... I hope one day you will ( within the update of your add-on ) take into consideration the (useful) massive use of anti-smart error detection ... GOOD LUCK, wished you had same many thanks from Mozilla Foundation itself :)

Screen Dimmer

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

for one who spends hrs reading, a display brightness dimmer is useful indeed ... only the same effect could be obtained from the monitor control settings, best part of the dimmer is that allows this change without physically interacting with the monitor set up controls or without hacking its demo configuration :) ... both makes of a screen dimmer software a "mask", like when we're using remotely another computer to which we have no command prompt access, i dunno if we will be ignored if being so much less important to others, being so invisible to the commercial networks :) and if we could get ignored i would rather use this dimmer as USER AGENT (lol)


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

EXTRAORDINARY ... YEARS AGO SOMETHING SIMILAR WAS INTRODUCED IN FIREFOX 3 ... WITHIN NEWER VERSIONS IT DIDN'T REALLY WORK ... THE NEW FIREFOX SKIPPED ITS PROCESS AND ALWAYS RESULTED INTO AN ERROR ... Firefox 4.0 was focusing on aggregation of flash mob advertisement into the browser ... the leadership at Firefox of course has changed too ... and this determined them to skip everything else which could stay in their way ... I am suggesting you the following best selection of FF addons used together with Scrollmap for getting the best browsing experience with Scrollmap addon: 1. use Extensor ... is an addon which will give you the coption to quickly enable or disable any addon installed on your FF from the browser title bar (for example, but can be from another bar ... where you have placed the Extensor button) 2. use Floaty Scrollbar ... and with Extensor you can easily switch between Scrollmap and Floaty Scrollbar ... this extension allows a very slim scrollbar ... which also is enhancing the rendering speed of your browser ... about twice faster ... so when you load the sites is recommended the floaty scrollbar in use ... when you read the sites is recommended the Scrollmap addon in use ... switch between them with Extensor addon button available in your title bar ... 3. use LesserChrome addon for discarding from the ""on screen" graphic memory the useless static navigation bar ... thus raising the speed of scrolling in between the edges of the browser window frame ... 4. go to about:config ... type in "animate" and disable animation in browser ... Now is cool, but you still haven't got the point of using the Scrollmap addon ... Here it comes! 5. use Load All Now addon and the Facebook News Feed for example will be loaded before being viewed all at once ... now you have a long page with at least 50 articles to read inside ... and certainly need Scrollmap addon and the above others ... Small enhancements may occur from using: 6. Tab focus ... thus helping your "on screen" graphics activities to focus on your mouse pointer moves ... without a click ... 7. use InstaClick addon and load every new link from a page within a right click into a new open tab ... loading pages in the same tab is done harder because it has first to discard the storage of the initial page and then load the new one ... InstaClick helps you to load them faster within a new tab without waiting for the discarding process to happen ... 8. use Double Click Add New Tab ... to perform a double click (left click) on your tabs bar whenever you want to open a new tab next to the current one ... These will help you understand what Scrollmap stands for ... Previously I had to use the Content Scrollbar addon for an effect appropriate for fast scrolling long pages ... also the Focusing Frame addon for fastening the loading of long pages ... and sometimes More Display Resolutions addon ... Now Scrollmap reigns ... Someone says ... "you should hide Scrollmap in short pages ... because it works using it on long pages, but it stands in your way on short pages" Right ... Floaty Scrollbar ... and Extensor will that for you ... easily if complemented by the others I have told you above :) Cheers :) ... I'll show you a bonus: install FF Rocker addon and Memory Fox ... go to about:config and get rid of tab places history reducing it to a small number ... Take CacheToggle addon too and get rid of caching with no constant effort of cleaning caches ... take Firefox Tweak, Fasterfox Lite and Fasterfox ... all together with the best shooting will give you speed ... (activate Memory Fox only for browser to keep the speed of browsing high) ... take Low Quality Flash add on ... I think all together may make your browser a happy place ... with no restraining inabilities of working one of these addons ... including Scrollmap which is the cherry on the pie :) Aww, I forgot to mention: on short pages DeferredTo faster Firefox web browsing addon will help your browser render only the part of the page you're viewing now ... before rendering the rest of the page :) This will please you with one more time "more browsing speed" !


Rated 1 out of 5 stars

extremely useful, facebook insists on this behavior because its tracing back to facebook every visit to other sites in a visible way for the sites owners so they'll be notified about the importance of facebook in spreading the knowledge, yes it doesn't make it with respect for privacy and is useful ... however since the involvement of ratings in discovering the top searches via google, instead of mozilla ... i wont strip this add on presence in my collection :) therefore will get a small rating of one star instead of five :)

This review is for a previous version of the add-on ( 

Double-click To Reload Tab

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

with every secondary (safe mode) restart of firefox or every second restart of firefox the safe mode is checking if u want to open some or all the tabs u opened in the last session ... at this stage only one mouse gesture is recognized ... the left click ... through which u pick up the tabs desired to be opened ... if u bypass this step and go forward the mouse gestures will come back to original firefox ... this is my guess, is not because i am developing this add on, perhaps if ur fiirefox crashes many times u need to restart it and this is why safe mode is recommended by firefox and mouse gestures are reverted to their basics ... i wrote this before even checking this add on ... i will do it now and guess it will work fine ... a previous version of this add on haven't received yet complaints and i guess if that time it worked ... then will work now again, but better :)

Show File Size2

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

for mobile downloads IT WORKS ... otherwise we already use performant download managers

This review is for a previous version of the add-on ( 

Dispute Finder

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Developer said: Dispute Finder is still fairly experimental and is rapidly improving.

Before going to become a celebrity on every electronic newspaper ... developer disappears in the shadow of "google.com"

Pirate Bay owner goes to jail and Assange follows today.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

it works and is really needed as the fight for controlling the recorded media communications is also using intimidation and the internet services are targeted and yes censoring is now about to become the "future establishment"


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

there is an enhanced version, but is under a program which is installed apart from firefox (doesn't work as an extension for firefox only)

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0.1). 


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

excellent idea, now i need also a tool, an add on to merge all the webpages fragments under one tab ... 5 stars

RescueTime - Productivity Meter for Firefox

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

1. in top of my business collection your add on is showing up just in time when i was starting to collect ... 2. someone discovered how great it is that we are not asked to have accounts before using your service, but i tried to make my own account and after i logged in about 2 hours i tried to check the statistics of your program and ... the site kept saying me that i am logged in with another identity ... I logged out and tried to login back but i received the same answer from your "welcoming service" ... 3. thanks God i discovered that your add still can be used without being logged in, otherwise i was about to uninstall and forget it.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0.10). 


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

The creator of this add on remembers me the beggar knocking at the door of a rich prince ... Wish you a long life enough to prove that you were the true prince of internet multimedia, not that scums ...

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.4).