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|User since||January 26, 2011|
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I've often thought it would be nice if NoScript defaulted to allowing all sites, just found this addon today. Simple and works well, but as JSJimmy and others said a bit more control would be nice. The ability to whitelist parts of a blacklisted site (particular pages for eg.) and the ability to allow particular scripts within them would be nice.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.9.1).
For people who wish some simple Vim bindings but don't want the huge and complex ecosystem of Pentadactyl, this is the perfect addon. Works and keeps working through the various Firefox and Palemoon versions, has made my my daily browsing that much easier.
Neat idea, but poor execution. Particularly, the 'Send to Kindle' shortcut is fixed at 'Shift-K' (not even using Control or Alt keys) and there's no option at all to customize it? Who the hell designs software like this in 2013? Conflicts with any number of things including Reddit Enhancement Suite shortcuts.
I actually have need for something like this addon, since I'm using the "multiple accounts" feature of Gmail. Gmail for some reason allows Labs enhancements only in the account you login first, so I can't get the "Unread count on favicon" labs feature for my other account.
@Jupast, thanks for directing me to userscripts, I believe this is the one you're talking about: https://userscripts.org/scripts/show/24430 Will try it now.
I sooo missed this feature of the Ctrl-Tab addon (looks like the author of that addon himself is the one that removed this feature from Firefox - I don't understand what's going on there). Thank you for restoring this functionality.
One minor complaint would be that when I press Ctrl-Shift-Tab, the focus is on the current tab (which is pretty much useless) instead of the search box above. Still, I don't have to use the mouse, it's just a Tab key away, so it's not a big enough issue to reduce my rating, but would be a nice-to-have.
Btw, @wolwerine, if you're too stupid to read even the one line description of the addon at the top, if you're installing extensions without even bothering to read what they do, maybe you should stick to IE6 or something. Seriously, this guy puts in free effort to restore a much-needed functionality, and you rate it down simply because YOU forgot to read the description?
Very handy, very customizable. Works perfectly on Windows.
Tried the same on Linux, but does not seem to recognize the Keepass running somehow. Anyway, great addon, thanks.
Almost perfect, great work.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.9.4). This user has other reviews of this add-on.
Had some difficulties initially with version problems between KeeFox and KeePass, but the documentation clearly explains everything required to set it up.
The addon works well and has a good amount of configuration options. One minor complaint is the confusingly named "Logged In" "Logged Out" status displays (they don't refer to your login status in the current site - rather, to whether the database is loaded and ready or not). Something like "<database_name> Ready" and "No data" would perhaps be better.
Works well, but falls short of the Chrome Flashblock extension: when I right click and choose 'Always allow flash from this site', it doesn't automatically load the flash content of the current page. I have to reload the page or click on each of the placeholders to enable them. This simple change would make this addon much better.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (184.108.40.206).