Add extra features and styles to make SeaMonkey your own.Close
|User since||September 17, 2009|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Not yet rated|
Been using very recently on XP SP2 and FF 3.5.3 on a VM. So far no crashes, average reduction of ~65% in memory usage and of 45-55% in memory peaks.
Will give further feedback. Thanks.
A lot better than most alternative add-ons. Detects video and music files better than NetVideoHunter.
As I can tell so far, it doesn't try to send info anywhere, and it has no adds nor annoying popups.
Just one thing: could there be an option to not show the icon neither in the stabur nor the toolbar?
An indispensable add-on for Firefox. Just one request: could you add some of Multiple Tab Handler features, namely the ability to select several tabs and perform actions on the select tabs? Also, the Copy URIs with several copying alternatives is useful. (The tab saving portion is well covered with MAFF).
Tested it in a scenario with two scheduled actions while the browser was open, and it worked well. Still, as others commented, the UI needs work. For instance, Options opens up the scheduler itself, when one would expect actual options (like not showing the item menu in Tools, and so on). It has great potential, especially if the scheduling rules become more advanced.
Simple and works well. I use Tab Mix Plus, that allows to reload all tabs through a context menu, but has no option to stop loading them. A Useful add-on.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.2).
Tested it in Windows, it does exactly what is intended, so far without errors:
- one can open the Library in either a tab, sidebar or window;
- the History's default shortcut opens it in a tab;
- all operations one can use in the default FF window work well (including drag and drop, open with double-click, ...);