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|User since||November 20, 2012|
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Doesn't work in FF26 :( .
It is more than necessary in FF26 than ever because up to 25 we could use the old toolkitUI. Now the last finished downloads always show up in download panel unless I restart the browser :(. Very bad download experience :( !
Great addon. Wouldn't upgrade from v23 or wouldn't use FF if I had not found this.
hoboX10, find this setting in about:config "plugin.sessionPermissionNow.intervalInMinutes" and set it to 0. Now FF will remember your choice for 0 minutes, effectively doing exactly what you (and I) wanted. Still this addon is necessary for the per-element part.
I modded it a little to display dashed border around the clickable elements, just as it was in FF23 and before.
Yet another addon I have to install in the army of fixing addons I already have during the last year! I guess in FF25 we'll have to consolidate world armies of developers and addons to bring what's sane and usable back in our hands! Frustrating to say the least. Insane.
Thanks for this addon! If I had not found this addon, I wouldn't have even considered FF24 at all! It became imperative for me that I first test new versions THOROUGHLY in virtual machines before I update.
I don't buy ANY reasoning behind this stupid change and having no native options to revert!
duzers, you can use about:config to fine tunne the addon. I tuned all of its options entirely in about:config (filter by smoothwheel) to suit my precise needs.
You just have to see first how these options change when you change options in the UI so you know which values mean what and test. After you set it, don't use the UI so it won't mess with your fine tunings.
I concur - scrolling over text areas is not working. Very bad. Please fix this critical malfunctioning. Almost 3 months after the last update there is no update to this problem.I cannot live without this extension and I feel very sorry I didn't notice this problem before I updated from FF19 to 22 :( .
EDIT: Turns out I managed to fix the issue by editing a js file inside the add-on. There is a smoothwheel.js inside a JAR file inside the addon, you have to edit on line 932. Quick fix is to modify the if() condition by adding
name == "textarea" ||
just after the if (and enclose the rest of the condition in braces (....). Repackage the files back in their format, delete any unpackaged temp directories (like the contents obtained from unpackaging the jar file), and package back to xpi. XPI files are ZIP really. And it works as it should.
Indispensable addon for everyone who considers themselves power users.
No need to install third party key definition addons to make this work only with Esc, and noShift.
Unzip the extension and edit the js file inside. Around line 22 there is the definition of the shortcut. Just comment the line 22 (I think this was the line) and repackage the zip then rename to xpi and install manually. Works.
I (not only) won't update FF from 19 until this addon is fixed to work with the current version. Period.
FF20 and 21 have broken so many things, and removed useful features, and while some of the other problems can be alleviated with addons or other means, this addon does not have good alternatives for me.
With every other version FF breaks so many good addons that it becomes a real problem again. Aren't they supposed to fix bugs and not messing around in a way to break addons every month or so...?!
I can't live without this add-on ever since Mozilla removed the statusbar (one of the most stupid decisions ever!).I was using an older version (the previous), and I decided to update it manually last night. I'm sorry for having done that. The Downloads arrow in the bottom right is acting up with its color. It turns green every now and then when absolutely no downloads are pending or existing. Once I click it to open Download manager, it turns gray, but eventually it will turn green by itself after a while. Annoying. I'm sorry that I don't keep the older xpi somewhere (I'll search for it). It was working perfectly ever since I installed it, and I wonder why I should have updated it in the first place.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2013.02.16.23).
I'll stick to FF 16.0.2 indefinitely for now, until a proper working version of TMP is out.The dev build works but in no way "like a charm". It has bugs that justify its 'dev' status just right.This is the most critical addon that is the only thing that justifies using Firefox in the first place. Without it, most people I know would just switch to another browser.
"He's doing this for free, he could just stop right now and walk away. "
- Of course. It's Mozilla's fault not getting it that this addon is what drives most people to using FF. As others said, Mozilla should integrate TMP's almost all functions directly into FF's distributable or the core itself.
By the way I doubt donations would make any difference on the speed of TMP's releases, unless a miracle happens and at least 20% ot users donate $5 or 10.