MEM-TEK

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Nombre MEM-TEK
Usuario desde March 5, 2007
Número de complementos desarrollados 0 complementos
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FT DeepDark

Puntuado con 5 de 5 estrellas

This is my favorite theme. I did find one issue with the scrollbars not being properly displayed intended by the author after trying other themes and then switching back to this theme. The simple solution was to switch to the default FF theme and then switch back to this theme.

Esta valoración es de una versión anterior del complemento (9.4.3).  Este usuario tiene una valoración anterior de este complemento.

Download Status Bar

Nice tweaks in version 2.0 -- thanks! Puntuado con 5 de 5 estrellas

I have been using previous versions for around two years. DSB is one of my favorite FF extensions. The ability to color code downloading items based on the download speed is a handy feature.

Esta valoración es de una versión anterior del complemento (2.0.0). 

FT DeepDark

Puntuado con 5 de 5 estrellas

This theme has one of the cleanest and functional designs which I have ever encountered. And more importantly it is a dark theme with dark URL and Search bars. This is important since my previously used theme had white backgrounds for these bars, and this caused burn-in on my LCD monitor. Fortunately, using the Windows Mystify screen saver for several days has almost completely removed the burn-in created by the theme which I previously used. So, if you always run FF full screen, this FT DeepDark theme is the one to use if you don't want screen burn-in.

Esta valoración es de una versión anterior del complemento (5.5). 

Browser Backgrounds

FF release 13 causes issues with BrowserBackgrounds and other extensions Puntuado con 4 de 5 estrellas

Anybody having usage issues with Browser Backgrounds needs to make sure that the Firefox home page is set to the following:

chrome://browserbackgrounds/content/bb.html

Accomplish the above under Tools >> Options >> General tab and then paste the above into the box for Home Page and then hit the Enter button.

Bam. Doing the above will get Browser Backgrounds working correctly.

If you want to disable randomization of your backgrounds, this is easily accomplished by going to the Firefox Add-ons Manager, or Tools >> Add-ons, then click on Extensions (which should already be the current section that is being displayed in the Add-ons Manager), and then clicking on the Options button for Browser Backgrounds. You will see that the only available option for Browser Backgrounds is whether or not to disable background randomization.

And now, what FF release 13 breaks in terms of using Browser Backgrounds in conjunction with another very handy extension called "Last tab close button". This latter extension is splendid by itself, and it is particularly useful in conjunction with Browser Backgrounds, since the purpose of Last Tab Close Button is to tell Firefox what to do when you close the one and only tab displayed in Firefox. Normally you can't close this tab if it is the only tab since Firefox does not display an X on this single tab so that you can close it. But this is the purpose of the Last Tab extension -- to both display the X for the single displayed tab, and to give you options for what to do when you close this single and only tab displayed in Firefox.

Prior to FF release 13 and when using the Last Tab extension in conjunction with Browser Backgrounds, you could repeatedly close the last tab (the one and only tab displayed in Firefox), and then Last Tab would close the tab and then create another tab which displays your home page. And of course your home page was configured to merely display another background due to your home page being set to:

chrome://browserbackgrounds/content/bb.html

But FF release 13 breaks your home page setting for any add-on which can close the last tab by calling omni.ja which is compressed jar file. This compressed jar file features copyrighted Mozilla code which is set to display a 3 x 3 tile of, well, whatever you have been browsing. We need to change the default option for browser.newtab.url in Firefox's config file from "about:newtab" (which calls the omni.ja file) to "about:blank" in order to make the first displayed tab display the setting for your default home page, or "chrome://browserbackgrounds/content/bb.html" which is what we want for Browser Backgrounds to work correctly. Thus...

Paste "about:config" into the URL bar, accept the warning message, search for "browser.newtab.url" and then change the value for "browser.newtab.url" from "about:newtab" to "about:blank". Don't past the quotes surrounding anything in this paragraph.

That is it. Browser Backgrounds will once again behave correctly, and the Last Tab or similar extensions should once again behave correctly as well.

Esta valoración es de una versión anterior del complemento (5.5). 

QuickJava

Puntuado con 5 de 5 estrellas

This extension is really slick and is a no-brainer to use. Hmm...a neat addition would be pop-ups when hovering over each icon which displayed the URLs of each object type as well as the ability to view the source files. Then I could get rid of the JSView extension which I also use, but JSView only handles viewing of Javascript and stylesheet source files.

Esta valoración es de una versión anterior del complemento (1.7.5).  Este usuario tiene una valoración anterior de este complemento.

Download Statusbar

Was great, but now uninstalled due to undefined sponsorship Puntuado con 1 de 5 estrellas

I uninstalled it since the latest version is now "sponsored" with no explanation of what this means. Could be anything from tracking web activities to tracking what files are downloaded. I don't know and I don't care at this point since no explanation was given. As others noted, all links for info are dead or wiped clean. It was a nice extension to have but I can easily live without it.

Esta valoración es de una versión anterior del complemento (0.9.9). 

MyBookmarks

Puntuado con 5 de 5 estrellas

This is a splendid little addon. If you want to save the produced page as a html document, then you must set an output path and file name in the options for this addon. The only bug I found is that IE reports that ext_ma2ten is undefined. You will find this very near the bottom of the produced html document. The html document is formatted in html 4.01 transitional, meaning that even rather old html editors such as HoTMetaL Pro interpret the document without errors.

Esta valoración es de una versión anterior del complemento (0.5.9.1). 

QuickJava

Puntuado con 5 de 5 estrellas

QuickJava has long been one of my favorite "must have" add-ons for Firefox. I really would love to see it updated to work with FF 3.6 since its kind of a hassle to go to Tools > Add-ons in order to re-enable Java for the few web sites which I visit that use Java. I give QuickJava 5 stars -- just wish it would work with the new 3.6 version of Firefox.

Esta valoración es de una versión anterior del complemento (0.4.2.1). 

ShowIP

Bug in latest non-beta version when used with FF2 Puntuado con 4 de 5 estrellas

A great add-on which I have been using for quite some time, but in FF2 the latest version 0.8.09r21b0269 most of the time prevents the web site URL from showing up in the address bar and doesn't get rid of the last URL when I close all tabs. Use the May 2008 release of this handy utility if you use FF2. Latest version works splendidly in FF3.

Esta valoración es de una versión anterior del complemento (0.8.10r22b0272).