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  • One of my must-haves firefox addons
  • I was looking for exactly this. One thing though: could you add support for defining a custom keyboard shortcut? I'd like to use the same shortcut I'm used to in Finder (cmd+up).
  • Simple but powerful!
  • Always wanted this one! Good job.

    A simple suggestion would be enable the Alt + Down combination to go back. So I can quickly go up(to check whats up) and then go down without getting confused with directions.

    This is a must for web developers, wamp users, etc
  • Thanks a lot for this addon. It's very useful and is my favorite!!
  • This is a great extension for easily navigating deep web sites. It tries to be two things at once by adding google cache and internet archive links (as there can be many alternatives to these and the extension does not have an option to add more) but this does not reduce its righteously earned 5-star rating. Actually I use both the navigation and cache/archive features of this extension.
  • I had to roll back to 1.5.1 because newer versions no longer work the way I'm used to. I gather from the changelog that the new behavior I've been experiencing is intentional and not a bug; but I don't care to get used to it. I simply want the following functionality, which 1.5.1 gives me, without fail, on every URL:

    Starting with this example: http://www.example.com/abc/xyz/index.html

    Clicking Uppity once, I want to see: http://www.example.com/abc/xyz/

    Clicking again, I want: http://www.example.com/abc/

    Again, I want: http://www.example.com/

    Again: http://example.com/

    Newer versions appear to be essentially broken from my perspective, since they often refuse to go up beyond a certain number of levels (I gather this is intentional, for some reason, which, again, I'm not interested in discovering).

    Anyway, I love Uppity, use it constantly, and simply cannot be without it. But I'll be sticking with 1.5.1 (I hope it continues to work with future versions of FF; I'm currently on 3.0.10).
    Sorry for your problems. This is not intended, and is a bug. Certain recent versions (since 1.5.1) had a bug that kept them from going up twice. Check the latest versions, especially 1.5.5 which I just released (and will not be public on AMO until the review completes).
  • I had to roll back to 1.5.1 because newer versions no longer work the way I'm used to. I gather from the changelog that the new behavior I've been experiencing is intentional and not a bug; but I don't care to get used to it. I simply want the following functionality, which 1.5.1 gives me, without fail, on every URL:

    Starting with this example: http://www.example.com/abc/xyz/index.html

    Clicking Uppity once, I want to see: http://www.example.com/abc/xyz/

    Clicking again, I want: http://www.example.com/abc/

    Again, I want: http://www.example.com/

    Again: http://example.com/

    Newer versions appear to be essentially broken from my perspective, since they often refuse to go up beyond a certain number of levels (I gather this is intentional, for some reason, which, again, I'm not interested in discovering).

    Anyway, I love Uppity, use it constantly, and simply cannot be without it. But I'll be sticking with 1.5.1 (I hope it continues to work with future versions of FF; I'm currently on 3.0.10).
  • This 1.5.3 performs nicely again, and improved. I use all day long, so I like to count on it. Nice work.
  • Excellent extension !
    Can't live without it :)
    Save me a lot of time. Thanks for the work.
  • Excellent! Drop down list and everything!
  • Uppity version 1.5.2 does not respond at all on my Firefox 3.0.10 on XP SP3. Reverted to version 1.5.1 (5 stars).
  • can't live without it :) though i really really wish there was a keyboard short cut also apart from clicking on the uppity button all the time.
  • I really like this, and use it all the time. One thing that I would like to see is for the drop down list to include the www subdomain even when it doesn't appear in the url. For instance, adddons.mozilla.org should have www.mozilla.org on the list. Then it would be perfect!
  • Worx gr8
  • Perfect. Small and gets the job done.
  • how simple and useful little add-on.. It should be already built-in firefox.
  • You don't know how you use this nifty little tool until you do not have it. It is on all of my computers! Be sure to open the Options to set it appear on your bottom toolbar.
  • I can't live without this add-on. It certainly makes life a gazillion times easier. From a developer's standpoint, it helps you out when securing your web site's directory indexes and apache mod-rewrite rules.
  • great extension.. the third extension I install after Adblock plus and Tab mix plus
  • A must have!
  • Works great. Love the drop-down list with links to each folder in the URL's directory structure.
  • A very nice small add-on. One click takes you up a step at a time right to the root.

    Handy!
  • This add-on rocks. I just wish I could assign a key command to back out levels. Please add this feature!!!
    Read the documentation, at the home page
  • thanks ben er zoooo blij mee een click en hop ben waar ik wil zijn. en zoo

    thanx