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|User since||March 5, 2007|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Not yet rated|
It had worked for 13, but got disabled in 14.0.1. The other preference, extensions.strictCompatibility can still override all this add-on's work, making it useless in that situation, and you still have to go in to about:config to re-enable your add-ons. So, this add-on is only a partial solution - at least this dev tried and I respect that. Still, a miss is as good as a mile. Why is mozilla so stupid about add-ons? I am not even sure how extensions.strictCompatibility keeps coming back. It's ridiculous.
Leechblock is exactly what I needed. It harbors no illusions about the nature of or need for self-control, it's just a great way of letting me remind myself how I've been spending my time.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.6.2).
I really like the idea behind this as an add-on but I'm not sure whether I'll keep it. If I could have it permanently on for my one website, I think it would be a little better.
The second best thing out there is this bookmarklet:
but it makes the page editable, which is annoying.
It's not really 0 downloads - it's at least one, because I'm using it now. It puts the wiki in the sidebar, and I have no google toolbar. What more could I ask for?
5 stars, not like a 5 star restaurant, but in the sense that it does exactly what it says it will do it without unexpected problems.