- Se valoró con 4 de 5por Usuario de Firefox 13466808, el hace 5 añosMy name is Marc. I wish a context-menue-button like "Save as".That already exists in your browser: "Save image as..." or "Save link as..."
Please don't make AMO reviews to request features or talk about bugs. Send me an email or post an issue on gitlab. The relevant links are on the addon's main page here.
- Se valoró con 5 de 5por Usuario de Firefox 13478321, el hace 5 añosit is what it says it is.nothing to say about that.but it would be much better if you can add another hover button for "save as" function.Add another hover button? You mean a different look for it? Post an issue on gitlab or email me for further discussion please.
Edit: since you're not doing it yourself: https://gitlab.com/Marnes/doubleclick-image-downloader/issues/37
- Se valoró con 5 de 5por Bull, el hace 5 añosI'm very excited for the progression of this add-on. I used Image Picker, pre-version 57, exclusively for the ability to shift+click an image to auto save to a relatively organized and dedicated folder. This addon is on a path to be the perfect replacement for me. I hope that choosing and saving a specific save folder rather than using the browser's default download location gets implemented as the subfolder system rolls out. I would also like to see support for saving Instagram photos.
Either way--great addon, works very well and my browsing experience feels more back to normal now.Downloading to a folder outside the browser's default download dir is not possible (even if I wanted to, it cannot be done) and an anti-feature anyway for technical reasons (hence why they made it impossible).
Sorry about the subfolder and rename feature being broken at the moment, but that's due to firefox's incomplete API. It works in chrome.
If I remember correctly, nstagram is one of a few hosts that have a very strange internal layout on their webpages that makes it impossible or very difficult for an addon to download their images. Twitter and a few others are also guilty of it. I can give them another close look to see if I can fix it but there are no promises.
- Se valoró con 5 de 5por Usuario de Firefox 13470908, el hace 5 añosGood add-on, need the option "to save as"Isn't the "Save image as..." menu command in your browser good enough? My addons are not meant to include everything and the kitchen sink, only to fill gaps in what browsers offer.
- Se valoró con 5 de 5por doogle11, el hace 5 añossuch a great addon, i like the manual double click right now, is it possible to extend the features in the future? i'm looking for something like:
- forbid duplicates
- download the largest version of the image if it's referenced/linked
- download in the same pattern for a selected area of the page
this would truly shave time off when it becomes scalable like thatThanks for the rating, glad you like it.
Your feature requests are kinda asking for a lot though. Detecting duplicates is way out of scope for a simple addon, trying to find linked bigger versions of an image is a logistical nightmare while a user can do it himself easily, and downloading all in an area is a very tricky thing to do. Determining the "pattern" will often not have the result users want either and will be heavily affected by every individual website's structure.
I get the feeling one of your underlying problems can be solved another way: I use my other addon Copy Selected Links to get the full-res links of images in a thumbnail gallery, and throw them into jdownloader or similar programs to get all the full-size pics. Maybe that solves one of your problems?
This might also interest you: https://gitlab.com/Marnes/doubleclick-image-downloader/issues/35
- Se valoró con 5 de 5por Usuario de Firefox 13401163, el hace 5 añosFinally. A decent one-click image downloader for Firefox. It's ridiculous how long and how many searches and addon trials I had to do to finally find this, which is what I've been looking for all along. I don't even have to press Ctrl! And it downloads some images that otherwise try to disable the "Save Image as" menu, which is great.
- Se valoró con 3 de 5por Usuario de Firefox 13362676, el hace 5 añosYa, The add-on itself is awesome, i was able to do so much with the older version.
Then it got updated...and everything just fucked up. I can't even choose my destination folder of where i want to put my images....like...wow, What Happened?
*In Response to the Developer Marnes*
I'm sorry if you think i was blaming you somehow, it was not my intention to make it seem like that, just wanted a simple answer.
Anyway, i found a solution to my problem anyway. All i had to do was uninstall this version, and roll back the previous version, Now everything works fine. But thanks for everything you've done.
(FYI: no need for the insults, I most definitly don't live under a rock)Mozilla has nerfed the addon api and addons are not able to do as much anymore as in the past.
As for the custom download folder, that's an anti-feature. The browser has a downloads folder so all browser downloads will and should go to that folder. My addon can download images to a subfolder of it, but that feature is not available in firefox yet because the api is not complete yet. It will be possible to use subfolders again at some point in the future, but the browser downloads folder will always be the starting point - it's a matter of technical complexity, reliability, cross-platform operation, and sane design.
What happened? Firefox became a completely different browser under the hood, that's what happened. And a lot of power was taken from addons, a compromise that had to be made to ensure quality in future addons. Don't like it? Switch to chrome, that's what I did.
Edit: yeah, you can roll back to a previous version and switch off auto updates on a per-addon basis. I wouldn't wait too long to update though because starting with firefox 57 the older versions will simply not work anymore.
- Se valoró con 5 de 5por Usuario de Firefox 13360990, el hace 5 añosSo, I gave permission to activate Double-click Image Downloader, but it still doesnt work.
In Firefox, doubleclicking on an image fails to download it.
Additionally, in the Manage Your Add-Ons, Extensions, the Options button fails to appear. (It should be next to the Disable and Remove buttons.) So, it is impossible to tell the add-on to use the hover option.
I notice, another add-on has the same problem, Video Downloader Professional.This is not what reviews are for. Make an issue on gitlab ("support site") instead and provide details like your OS and exact firefox version please.
- Se valoró con 5 de 5por srimal, el hace 5 añosit's not working after updateYou're going to have to be way more specific if you expect me to do something about it. Make an issue here and explain in detail: https://gitlab.com/Marnes/doubleclick-image-downloader/issues
- Se valoró con 4 de 5por Xi, el hace 5 añosHow do I change the default save folder?You don't. Downloads will and should go into the user's downloads folder. Please don't make reviews just to ask a question, that's what an issue tracker is for ("support site").
- Se valoró con 4 de 5por Nguyễn Đình Quân, el hace 5 añosThis addon does exactly what I want to save the images on the website by hover the mouse over the images.
But there are some unuse features which could be removed for slim down the codes, unmainternance codes?Don't worry about code maintenance, that's my job. The disabled features are there because they carried over from the original addon and the chrome version, and I expect them to be possible in the new firefox soon.
- Se valoró con 5 de 5por Usuario de Firefox 13042315, el hace 5 añosGood job! Does exactly what I need it to do, thanks! ... Question. I can't seem to select the greyed out box for 'File renaming' section. Why is this? ... Also, will this addon be valid and working in the next Firefox, ie, 'not legacy'... Looking foreword to your response. :)
Edit: Thanks for your quick response! ... Actually, there is no 'legacy' warning on this addon, sorry. I was just getting paranoid that some addons might not be properly marked as legacy when in fact they might end up being... I don't want to start relying on addons only to have to delete them later when Firefox forces me to. So I'm keeping it! :)
Too bad about the file renaming/folder saving issue, however, Firefox will save to whatever you set it to, (Even if you set Firefox to always ask!) and auto increment is working, so it's workable... Really surprised at the lack of availability of these types of addons for Firefox as this is an extremely useful tool.The file renaming and subfolder features are disabled for now because the new firefox does not support them (they cannot be programmed to work). What do you mean, not legacy? The current update (6.0.0) is not a legacy addon and should not be marked as legacy in your firefox.