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uhm.. nope! Rated 1 out of 5 stars
When it mostly worked, it was slow as molasses and hung FF with large thumbnail counts. That wouldn't have been so bad if the user were able to set a low thumbnail count and then pick up where s/he left off next time the same page was "Spidered". Instead, we start from scratch, downloading everything we just downloaded all over again.
Also, "Finalizing"? Finalizing?? This unnecessary step takes forever. What's wrong with giving the user the option to simply download each file immediately, or maybe 10 at a time in batches, or whatever it takes to keep FF from hanging and gets the file on the HD quickly?
And how about an option to not generate any thumbnails at all? Sometimes we don't even care what the images are, we just want to click a button and boom, grab everything and sort them out offline. This option may also help keep FF from crashing/hanging.
NOW it's utter unusable, as it won't even download any images under FF 32.0, it only generates thumbnails.
This is a great concept, poorly executed. Fix the above issues and it'll be at least 4-star worthy. The interface could use some polishing to bring it up to 5 stars.
5.3.2 is working fine in FF 27.0.1 Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Works as advertised on my pc.
Speaking of advertisements, I haven't seen any yet, but I just installed it today, so we'll see.
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
argh! Version 220.127.116.11 wrecked my navbar.. again.
I had to remove ReminderFox, then recreate my custom navbar (FF27.0), then install ReminderFox.
At least this update doesn't break the navbar after reinstalling (like 2.1.4 did), but this still needs fixing as it breaks an existing custom navbar until it is removed then reinstalled.
IOW, don't autoupdate it -- remove your 18.104.22.168 then install 22.214.171.124 from scratch.
P. S. oops, sorry devs. I was editing while you replied. What it does is removes icons from other add-ons (Self-Destructing cookies, ResumeLater, etc.) from my custom navbar. Version 126.96.36.199 wouldn't let me put them back -- I had to remove it then put the other add-on icons back, then install 188.8.131.52
not so great for FF 26.0 Rated 3 out of 5 stars
I liked this add-on previously, but it breaks my custom navbar in FF26.0 (i.e., removes icons of other add-ons & prevents reinsertion of same), so I won't use it again until this is fixed.
It gets 3 stars just because it's otherwise one of the best reminders out there -- I'll give it the other 2 when it stops breaking my navbar.
sweet! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Just what I needed after a Windows virgin reinstall and FF 26.0 bookmark json importation.
Suggestion: a random image replacer for sites with no favicon. I used a separate add-on to fill in these blanks, but it would be a nice integration for yours.
2.3.0 is working fine in FF 26.0 Rated 5 out of 5 stars
The current iteration offers just about everything one could want in this kind of app. It's a worthy replacement for the defunct Andy Halford's CheckPlaces.
A couple of enhancements off the top of my head:
1. an option to automatically open flagged pages for manual review, with user-selectable page count to batch open -- e.g., 5 tabs/pages open, which can be viewed/cleared by the user, after which another 5 tabs open, and so on.
2. persistence -- upon closing the JS Application prompt, Bookmarks Checker also closes. It would be nice if it could remain open so the user could perform additional operations before ultimately closing it when desired.
As it is, this add-on will serve you well.
Keep up the good work devs!
works well, but how about... Rated 5 out of 5 stars
1. video thumbnails in the playlist
2. timestamp of when the video was bookmarked
3. auto-close playlist upon selection of video
4. auto-crop playlist window to eliminate the blank area
saves time, but could be so much more Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Once upon a time, Tbird provided TABS to switch between folder sets. I was sad to see that functionality go.
Arrow toggling shaves some time off doing it via dropdown menu, but configurable TABS means you get to the desired folder set with a single click.
Please consider replacing the arrows with tabs. Options which should be included are the ability to select which folder views appear as tabs on the bar and selectable order of their appearance (i.e., unread on first tab, all on second tab, etc.).
Also, for the KB warriors, you could add hotkeys to jump directly to desired folder views.
Thanks for your efforts.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I got Vim from here: http://www.vim.org/download.php#pc
I got the unzip and zip from here: ftp://ftp.info-zip.org/pub/infozip/win32/
Check the readme to see which files you need.
I saved them to the Tbird extensions folder.
Vim wouldn't save the modified install.rdf into the .xpi past 87% (it isn't read-only or blocked and I have admin rights), so I had to jump through hoops:
1. rename quote_colors-0.3-tb+sm.xpi with .zip extension
2. unzip to dedicated folder (to avoid confusion)
3. right click install.rdf, Edit with Vim
4. save file
5. zip the quote_colors folder contents with 7-zip
6. rename the new .zip with .xpi extension
7. open Tbird and install .xpi
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
So far so good! I am now able to use the ABC.com forum and watch their episodes in FF. I had lost this functionality and had to use IE after I upgraded to 3.6.2, so this addon is much appreciated!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (184.108.40.206).
no Scotland entries? Rated 4 out of 5 stars
I guess I'll use Ireland... wrong flag, but right time...This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.5.46).