Se valoró con 2 de 5
2 estrellas de 5
- por Usuario de Firefox 13586515, el hace 3 añosSe valoró con 1 de 5This should not have been recommended to replace DownThemAll!, it is a disgrace and dishonor to DTA. This is nothing like the latter. Its annoying that we need to click on its icon before it can start grabbing stuff. I've used other extensions (other than DTA) without the need to do this (they just automatically grab stuff). The interface itself is not user friendly. I expected that the column would sort the list but nothing changed when I clicked on it (list was still unsorted). I also expected that checkboxing a certain type of media would filter the list instead of just checking all of that media in the list. Personally, it was an eyesore to see the list not aligned to the column. It does not even grab all the videos I expected it to. Firefox Developer Tools does this better (in terms of listing stuff). I mean, I can see the link of a video in the Network tab of the Developer Tool so I expected this add-on would grab it but no, the video does not appear in its list. This add-on is also not non-electrolysis (non-e10s) friendly. I believe that the reason for it to kinda freeze (opening to a blank window), as what happened to everybody else was because e10s was disabled. Personally, for the time being (before a new DTA gets released), I'd recommend Video DownloandHelper. At least using VDH feels way better than using this.
- por Usuario de Firefox 12503762, el hace 3 añosSe valoró con 1 de 5It is the alternative we now have for FlashGot extension which is now incompatible with Firefox Quantom, but this is really not good compared to FlashGot.. Hope to find something that can replace FlashµGot one day, in the meantime I uninstall this extension as it is really not good.
- por Usuario de Firefox 13584156, el hace 3 añosSe valoró con 1 de 5This extension is utter rubbish. It simply does not work. Reach out to the creator of DownThemAll and help him get his extension back and working or offer a roll back of FireFox.
- por SilverbackNet, el hace 3 añosSe valoró con 1 de 5This useless piece of junk doesn't actually recognize or download any pictures or video, no matter how many times you refresh, even with ctrl-f5. But if you want to save random json or css files, this is your extension!
- por Usuario de Firefox 13578802, el hace 3 añosSe valoró con 1 de 5Most of the time it does absolutely nothing. If it wasn't for the little spinning square I'd swear it was off. When it does work there is no indication what changed. Then back to not working. Junk. It's a good thing I didn't upgrade FF on my work laptop. I would really be pissed off.
- por Usuario de Firefox 13578142, el hace 3 añosSe valoró con 1 de 5Opens another window which doesn't grab media I can simply right click & save versus previously rippable media. WTF? What's with these 'recommended' extensions NOT being anywhere close as easy to use & effective as their predecessors?? This is the fifth extension/add-on that barely works or doesn't at all since the Firefox update. i thought updated software was supposed to progress towards better functionality?? It seems like this browser platform has taken a huge step backwards. Sad!
- por Usuario de Firefox 13576208, el hace 3 añosSe valoró con 1 de 5Very poor user interface. Would like to be able to pick extension in file types, i.e. just .gif or just .png rather than ALL image files. Same with other types such as videos. Would also like to see ability to DL to choice of folder and have it remember that for the file type. Als, having to refresh the page can be a pain on some sites. If these already exist, I apologize. I just haven't discovered how.
- por Al, el hace 3 añosSe valoró con 1 de 5Firefox 57.0.1 is a fiasco. The latest rendition of Firefox has broken a lot of the features that made Firefox my browser of choice, like the ability to use extensions that actually WORKED and worked efficiently, like Down Them All (DTA). Compared to that extension, Bulk Media Downloader is a letdown--a mere shadow of what it should be. I have found that the same is true of most of the replacement extensions that work on Firefox 57+. DTA just worked, and it worked very well, without having to have a "grabber window" open to add media.
All "bulk media downloaders" should follow the lead of DTA.
Firefox has taken away all the browser features that we enjoyed and forced upon us a cheap, inferior substitute that doesn't allow the very extensions that make Firefox the best available browser. As with the new "replacement" extensions, Firefox is a shadow of its former self. The only viable option that I see is to uninstall Firefox 57.0.1 and reinstall an earlier version that does allow DTA and other favorite and helpful extensions. So much for Mozilla's looking out for the privacy and security of its Firefox users, and for its stated commitment to giving Firefox users the best browsing experience.
I agree with "pippo_franco"; "If it ain't broke don't fix it." That seems to be exactly what Mozilla has done with Firefox and the extensions that it allows.