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|Usuario desde||April 16, 2008|
|Número de complementos desarrollados||0 complementos|
|Calificación media de los complementos del desarrollador||Sin puntuar aún|
This is a must-have add-on for those who like to see more of the web-page and less of the browser. It is a tiny add-on (under 10 kb) and restartless too! I am confident of this become a default feature in future versions of Firefox.
Just love it!
Worked flawlessly on my 6 old laptop on Windows XP SP3. I am so happy to get rid of the title bar and recover almost 1 cm of vertical screen space! I tried to play around with each setting but I discovered all the default settings are just perfect. I would have given it 5 stars except for the really tiny Minimize/Maximize/Close buttons that it offers irrespective of the theme that I choose. And it also interferes somehow with the Alt+SPACE+Minimize/Maximize/Resize/Close combination. Other than that it is ONE AWESOME add-on. Great job by the developer!Esta valoración es de una versión anterior del complemento (1.1.2).
Absolute must for a better Firefox interface. Wonder when will they make this a part of Firefox itself. And if you got lots of add-ons, this helps in managing things to an extent. A little complicated to use though. But once you have figured it, you just can't live without it.Esta valoración es de una versión anterior del complemento (0.7.10).
I absolutely love Foxmarks...This was the one extension whose FF3 compatible was eagerly awaited by me (and millions others as well!).
The interface is so simple that you can be up and running with your bookmarks anywhere in no time at all.
This extension used with FF3 Portable is an awesome combination. Unlike other bookmarking services, Foxmarks is more about the individual rather than the community...
To the Developers who made this...
Thanks for this amazing extension...but don't make us wait so long for compatible versions... :)
I was really pleased to see such a fun-filled extension for Firefox. Most techies/geeks love Dilbert and now we can access it just at the click of a button. Awesome.
The creator of this extension has brought thousands of smiles to faces world over. When this extension was all of a sudden updated, I was wondering what had happened. To my surprise, another 2 of my favorite comics were also included - XKCD and Garfield.
I mainly use the AiOS for 2 purposes -
The AiOS Toolbar serves as a quick shortcut to a lot of other extensions and I have even pulled down all my Menu bar items here (Home, History, Downloads, Bookmarks, etc) on the AiOS toolbar.
The second one is to manage my addons from the sidebar panel itself. Pretty nifty.
The only grudge I had was that it a little too complicated even for a geek like me to figure out all by myself. Need to read some write-ups before you can unleash its full potential (which I have still not managed!).
Just hate those annoying and wildly colored ads that occupy half your screen space? Just nuke them with ABP and voila! There you go. I personally liked the way it blocks that right hand ad bar in Yahoo...again and again...
Save me precious bandwidth as well.
I am very good at fault finding, but Foxytunes doesn't let me do that. Its just perfect. Supports most of the media players that people use, the buttons visible on the status bar are highly customizable and it doesn't take a rocket scientist of figure it out!
Thanks, FoxyTunes Team.
This is one amazing extension. Convert your ever-growing GMail account into an Online storage box? Excellent idea. And the implementation, even better. I especially like how the GSpace window opens up in a new Tab. Its almost like a simple FTP mechanism. And with Google's search capabilities, we can store as many attachments we want in Gmail without worrying about them getting lost.
Thanks Rahul & Fon Labs.
(I am a bit disappointed that you kept us waiting this long to upgrade it to FF3! :D)
Its so simple yet so powerful. I mean just think about the idea - Why would anyone select a piece of text/HTML? Obviously to C-O-P-Y and P-A-S-T-E it somewhere else.
This is a real productivity booster. Will also increase the life of my thin fingers since the Ctrl+C keystroke is eliminated.
Thanks a lot for this one. And thanks for releasing a FF3b5 compatible version as well. I had to use Nightly Tester Tools to use the earlier version of AutoCopy.
As a Mainframe Techie working on an application which is spread all over the globe, it is necessary for me to be conversant with 5 different timezones at any given point of time - US (MST & EST), Brighton (BST), Mumbai (IST), Sydney (EST).
Every day I used to convert between the timezones adding/subtracting hours rather than concentrating on the real work. This utility knocked me off my heels and helped me boost productivity. And the best part was that I could assign flags (I just love them!) and completely customize the way the time/clock is displayed.
Andy, Thanks a ton, Man. Now, I am really greedy and I hope you keep this utility updated and compatible with all the coming Firefox versions (to your credit, its already one of the few extensions that works with FF 3 Beta 5).
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