- Arvioitu 1/5kirjoittanut Firefox-käyttäjä 17910373, viisi kuukautta sittenIcon blocks entry field on some forms. Aggravating use case behavior.
Kehittäjän vastauslähetetty kaksi kuukautta sittenSorry to hear this. You can disable the icon if you need to. When you open the add-on panel, click the gear icon to go to the "Settings" panel. Turn off the switch that says "Show Relay icon in email fields on websites".
- Arvioitu 3/5kirjoittanut MMcCubbing, viisi kuukautta sittenWhile the extensions is a fantastic resource it can interfere with the proper functioning of some pages. As an example, I can not log in to the Wolfram|Alpha website if the extension is enabled
- Arvioitu 2/5kirjoittanut Arnolduz, viisi kuukautta sittenSlows my FF in Ubuntu mate / HP 250 down with the approximate length of a day... Good intention, poorly probed...
But another thing...
Try not to venture in trying to scrape some funds out of the pockets of your Netizens by pushing fear: "This means if just one account is hacked, every account using the same email address could also be at risk." I Mean, It is only that I'm blind as a bat in this time of night, but otherwise I really would have thrown my Vic-20 ... just right after I read your priceless explaining that "you too, and you, and you, and you and (...) all get to make free many online Horpa (kidding) accounts!"
Throwing the Vic-20 equals the ages that these scare tactics of ´'H A C K E R S΅ - aarrgghh!" already exist in the homecomputiverse, hi Datacrime II, that the diginoobians time and again need to be saved from, even more, their scarcely hard-earned money and other future assets...
Anyway, you know the beat, scamming is sadly a human trait. But, just keep your cool.
Don't buy solutions to problems the very seller needs your help for to save the world from, you unsung hero, and just a little of your money too, but eternal fame and fortune will be thereafter yours for equally the both of you! Well, maybe just a tiny winey little-bitty more equal for him than you, but then hey, he created this really serial problem out of nothing, and that is almost as hard as hitting a real goldmine!
in stead of scaring Firefox users into buying draining monthly subscriptions to your Holy Grails as to hide and protect themselves from total assimilation, which of course will prove to be utterly futile in the end, you better don't pursue this faulty fearsome business at the side. Stick to your corebusiness. Remember where you came from, don't make the creators of Netscape cry over your mistakenly going astray and spilling valuable time and resources to monetizing irrelevant modules.
Live on and prosper!
(first listed on a TI 99/4A in 1982)