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|User since||March 29, 2011|
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I can't believe it's been a year since I last tried this extension. I can't believe that it still doesn't (quite) work as described.
I reinstalled the add-on into TB 24.2, setup the date-and-time format and columns I wanted, then rebooted. The date appears the way I want, but the time remains in %r (am/pm) and not the %R (24-hour) entered in the settings dialogue.
This time, the date format I choose was maintained after closing TB and rebooting, but the time format never materialized the way I wanted it.
This extension still needs work to achieve the functionality it promises.
Current version has pluses and a minus.
The pluses are the increased sort options and delays, which gives the add-on increased flexibility.
The minus (for a limited audience) is the effect this version has on the "automatic" number of columns set by the Multicolumn Bookmarks add-on. While I appreciate the third column (everything seemed to appear on screen), I lost any control over scrolling the listings horizontally (I discovered a fifth column off screen). With 2 columns, it scrolled vertically, and there were controls at the top and bottom of the window. The previous version of Auto-Sort Bookmarks integrated completely with Multicolumn Bookmarks. That is not the case now. Too bad.
When looking at extension, I want them not only to play well with the browser's native features, but with each other, as well.
No Small Text gives simple and effective on-the-fly access to a Firefox user setting.
Sure, I can set a standard serif and sans-serif font for Firefox, and select a size for each, but if I want to allow a site's chosen font(s) to appear (hey, I design; I have empathy), all I'm left with is the Minimum Font Size setting, which can put you in Goldielocksland. Some fonts appear too big, others seem too small, yet, they're all the same size. Sometimes it take work to get to your "just right." That just the nature of a font face.)
This extension puts the Minimum Font Size setting control on my toolbar, not layered under several clicks in Settings. Note: No Small Text changes that default, but that's okay, because it's simple to change again and again with just 2 clicks: drop-down and choose.
I'm a Gmelius fan. When it works dependably, this extension gives me the ability to see Gmail my way (and it replaces some tweaks that disappeared from Gmail's Labs).
Since FF 20 on April 2, however, Gmelius hasn't been a constant partner. Its features disappeared. At first, I thought this was due to the new version of FF. Then I thought it might be related to changes in Gmail code. Then I considered that there might be something corrupt in my Gmelius installation, so I reinstalled it.
Voila! My preferences reappeared. That is, until the next time I booted into FF 20.
The only way I can now maintain Gmelius is to reinstall it each time I use FF. (Thank goodness the extension doesn't require a browser reboot.)
So, it's good when it works, but I have to keep it really, really fresh. Two stars for doing what its description says it will do. Three stars off for (sudden) inconvenience and no response at the support site.
This extension does its quite limited job. The ads on Facebook Newsfeed went away, as did the "suggested" stuff.
That isn't a fair trade for the fact that I can't uninstall this extension (if I were so inclined) because it does not appear in the list of extensions in FF add-on manager (which may have been Phoenix's point below). This no-start add-on says it's installed, and there are behaviours that indicate that it's installed, but I can't find it after it's installed. That's bad (malware-like) behaviour.
This should be a no-star rating (if that were allowed), until this behaviour is corrected.
[So, if I wanted to do so, how do I get rid of it (or disable it)? (I can't believe this got by the Mozilla review people.)]
UPDATE: I've found the entry is the Add-ons extensions list, under the name No Facebook Page Recommend, not the name listed here, "QCLean:Remove Facebook Ads,Suggested Pages&Posts" (or some version thereof), which is still bad behaviour.
I've revised my star-rating accordingly.
Installed the extension. It wiped every cookie I had immediately, including ones I wished to keep, upon installation, which didn't allow me to setup the whitelist I didn't need until I installed the extension.Now I can't set up the whitelist because I don't know the site addresses of all of those cookies, including a whole lot of do-not-track cookies.This extension -- which doesn't require a restart -- really needs a permission to begin its work before it starts, which means it needs a persistent setup to initialize it. Or at least a warning about how it will behave upon installation.
Without the surprise, wholesale cookies destruction, my star rating would be much, much higher. Right now, 2 stars will have to do. I'm feel more like 1.5, and the .5 would be me being kind.
Have had Converter installed for quite a while. It does its job and usually stays out of the way until needed.
Since the last update, it keeps telling me I need to configure it, although I did configure it after the download (and reboot). That takes off a star.
A good add-on should be silent and unseen when not in use.
Sigh. I just opened a Gmail message in a tab (my choice) not in a new window. Thanks. I have (some) control back for the way I want to use my browser.
I can accept the worked required in establishing the white list, which, after all, is the record of my choices.
What I object to is the extra work having to install this extension twice before the flag icon appeared in the addon bar. (In the end, I had to put it there.) Since the flag is the straightforward interface allowing my preference settings, its absence (while blocking connections) was just plain weird. Of course, I can access the same settings via the context menu (which I'm not told on this page), but the easy access of flag is the selling point. I finally found it in the icon collection, waiting to be installed.
Good thing, because there were some things I wanted to unblock.
2 stars for functioning . 3 stars unearned for a poor installation.
Download Statusbar might be an effective extension, but since it didn't appear, nor did it hold any setting I chose, it can't tell. All I got was something flashing up near the top left of the screen during a download, and a weak notification sound when the download ended, but nothing like the illustrations on this page.I really can't see an advantage of this extension over the built-in download manager running in tandem with Download Manager Tweak.
So simple, it should have been built into the browser. Or the operating system. The missing Paste place for the on-the-fly text copying. A perfect example of Keep It Simple in action.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.1.1).
It's not working. I mean, I can create a date format. I can set it to appear in the Date and Received columns. But that's it. After restarting, all I get is a comprehensive date (every option possible) in either of the 2 columns. One problem: It's not the format I selected.
We've tried really hard, but some times it's for the best to break things off and go our own way. Sorry, but this relationship is done.
Lightning Month Tabs was a much-needed step forward. Now Lightning Calendar Tabs brings the navigation tool to all Lightning views. Bravo!
The ability to adjust the tabs' text colour is an added bonus, recognizing that not every user has the same ability to see the contrast between the tab colour and the text. Thank you for that.
If I may, 2 suggestions:
1. In future versions (if technically possible) allow Calendar Tabs to replace Month Tabs, preferably with the user's permission. As it is now, they can coexist when both are installed.
2. Consider allowing the user to set tab colours.
Over all, a simple, to-the-point, essential extension for Lightning that works.
It sorts, in a well thought out, persistent manner. Simple to to the point.The interface for setting the sort-order of bookmarks is a little ham-fisted because it offers only Icons (really tiny, hard to decipher icons), so if you don't know 'em, you can't knowledgeably set 'em.
On the other hand, this simple, fairly straightforward add-on features an unmentioned toolbar button, as well as Tools menu entry, which allow you to choose the moment you want to sort. Choose the Autosort option and it's all set-it-and-forget-it functioning.
Kudos on recognizing that many of us like to organize (classify) bookmarks with separators within folders and for preserving our preference.
With respect to the Developer's reply below, if a tooltip had shown up while my mouse was on any of the icons, I wouldn't have mentioned (by inference) the lack of labels. After I read the reply, I tried again. No joy, but I appreciate the thought behind including the tooltip labels. Their absence on my screen is probably a stand-alone occurrence. (If the user doesn't know what's supposed to happen, there is an assumption that the feature doesn't exist.)
Over all, this utility is well thought out. Congratulations.
So, what's wrong with a little colour in our lives? I've kept the theme alive after updating to v17. (Sometimes "incompatibility" has everything to do with a best-before date, and nothing to do with getting along with new code.)
I understand the author's disappointment with Mozilla's plan to take away the users' ability to configure the GUI the way we want to use the browser.
On the other hand, why not write an extension that moves the tabs back down (when they're forced up)? That would go along nicely with with this small, colourful improvement to FF's drab gray buttons.
Well, it works. Kinda.
Trouble is, it resides behind Wordpress' own black toolbar (at the top of the page.) The menus activate because the buttons appear (a bit) below, but those sub-menus are blocked by Wordpress page elements (the sub-menus appear behind them).
Nice idea, but badly implemented and unusable.
No longer impressive.
Since the most recent update, Send Later doesn't send at all. (Yes, everything required is updated, plugged in and turned on.)
The interface should allow direct entry of sending time. The drop-down menus for hour, minute, year, month, and day are far to slow and cumbersome.
A setting in milliseconds (see the option for "Check Every") makes no sense, except to a programmer. The setting needs to be in human terms--at minimum in seconds, although minutes makes more sense. (Let the machine do the conversion.)
The new colour scheme is garish. It may make things (arguably) clearer, but it's harder to look at, so the trade-off makes the change moot.
Update: A message just went though! Although, with a setting in milliseconds, 19 minutes between the "will be sent around" time and the actual time sent is too wide a gap to be considered "sent around."
Anything that suppresses profiling and bottling is usually okay by me, however...
You didn't mention that this extension doesn't allow Google (image) search preference-settings cookies. Really? Not nice!
Nice button. That's about it. Nice button.
Doesn't do anything. No zoom with this add-on.
Can't use it. The license is in German, a language I don't read. Can't agree to it. (Does it explain in what way this is a "trial" program and the terms of that trial?)