Se valoró con 4,6 de 5
4,6 estrellas de 5
por Usuario de Firefox 15137635, el hace un año
Se valoró con 1 de 5
They actually require you to click a ok button in order to ok the clicking of another button. Luddite technology. The only purpose of technology is to make something easier, simpler and quicker. Asking me if I'm sure that I wanted to click the button is the dumbest waste of time I have ever experienced as a technology user. I can't use this anymore because rather than quickly hitting a button, I have to go through an approval process. No one requires this, because such senile people wouldn't even know how to install add-ons, let alone know how to use them. This is a slap in the face towards advanced users.
Respuesta del desarrolladorpublicado el hace un año
Hi, this sounds like you may have "Encrypt All Sites Eligible" turned on. If you do not like this experience, maybe turning EASE mode to "OFF" would improve it.
- por Sushi_The_Plain, el hace 8 díasSe valoró con 3 de 5Im not saying its not good, its amazing... but Mozilla added a built in feature that kinda makes this less useful. It seems like mozilla is trying to make the use of extensions obsolete and have all the security and blocker features built directly into the browser.
- por Alex, el hace 17 díasSe valoró con 5 de 5Great addond !!! However Firefox 83.0 has introduced the possibility of activating the https protocol directly in the browser ... so I think it is no longer necessary to install it. What do you think about it ?