Ajoutez fonctionnalités et styles supplémentaires pour personnaliser votre Firefox pour Android.Fermer
|Pays||Omaha, Nebraska, USA|
|Utilisateur depuis||December 16, 2008|
|Nombre de modules développés||0 modules|
|Moyenne des notes des modules du développeur||Pas encore évalué|
This addon has become invaluable when needing to take a snapshot of a webpage, for a variety of different reasons! To save screen shot of an online "receipt" for purchases, To capture selective content on webpages to share with others or as reference material, and the annotation, editing, and cropping and other basic abilities are just enough to handle almost all editing needs right from the plugin itself. Definitely a 5 Stars from me! There are other webpage capture addons, but this one is by far the best overall for ease, functionality and productivity!Cette critique est pour une version précédente du module (188.8.131.52-signed). Cet utilisateur a une revue précédente sur ce module.
Works wonderfully. Annotations and shapes and arrows are novel. Where this app could use some improvement is the addition of PNG manipulation, in the form of color reduction (various methods) and optional dithering (various methods), gray scale included, And PNG optimization, to get the smallest PNG possible on save, without having to save, then use a third party tool, such as PNGScript, PNGSlim, PNGOUT, etc... Save time uploading, save space in the cloud, and save space in local storage. All options very handy for screen captures that don't require 24bpp to convey information. Where a 4k file will suffice instead of a 400k file.
Thank you for your time considering my suggestions. I believe they will make this addon uniquely great.
Does a great job getting them to load as https rather than their default http, which is invaluable in many situations. Great when you want to hide your User Agent, from your internet provider allowing you to use your real UA instead of spoofing,(example: tethering using a a mobile phone service provider that looks for computer based browser User Agent strings, and will freeze your service if found, usually redirecting all DNS to a webpage telling you you've been caught tethering and you need to pay $10+ or upgrade your service, which I believe is bogus and should be against the law.) With HTTPS your traffic is encoded so your ISP never sees your user agent! No more faking a Nexus tablet!Great for providing that extra security when sending or receiving sensitive information. Preventing locally networked, or 3rd parties from sniffing network traffic and obtaining, or analyzing your activities. etc... It's all about Security!
A *must-have* for many social networks that have heavy GIF animation, or other sites with a lot of animated GIFs.
For DECADES, simply pressing the escape [ESC] would halt animated GIFs from loading, even while a page was loading, and speed up the loading if a webpage drastically. It was one, of the many reasons that kept me using Firefox over Chrome. Then at some point, they (foolishly( took that long time feature, of a simple ESC key to away from us. This in some cases can make the difference of making a page loadable or impossible to load. (Anyone remember MySpace pages that were so laden with animated GIFs that pages wouldn't even load?)
Well I'm thankful for this addon. It's nice to be able to start and stop GIF animations, The ESC previously would only stop the animations, they couldn't be re-started, or toggled!
Some thoughts for this addon:
Hijacking the ESC key, regardless, would be a great option to have as an option.
I would also like to see an option to load animated GIFs as "stopped" or non-animating by default. It would be nice if the addon could load only the first "frame" of the animated GIF once it is detected, and then allow the rest of the page to load, then allow the rest of the animated GIF(s) to load as last priority to speed up page load time by saving the bandwidth of animated GIFs for last.
Animated GIFs tend to be relatively large in size, and reduce memory and CPU load. Or an option to not load beyond the first frame of an animated GIF ever until the image is toggled to load and play the animation. That way only selected images would be loaded, instead of potentially choking your web ISP, computer and browser with a page full of animated gifs, of which only a few you may wish active.
To distinguish an animated GIF from a regular GIF (or PNG, JPG, etc.) perhaps place a small icon of a video camera in the corner so the viewer knows it's an animated.image.
Features such as those suggested above would make your addon unique and invaluable to the community. Especially those who deal with sites that contain a lot of animated GIFs. (or animated PNGs for that matter)
Thank you for you time and consideration and your fantastic Firefox addon!
Does a very good job at finding and helping you remove duplicate bookmarks. Xmarks created many duplicates when I integrated it with the google Chrome version.
This addon helped remove all the duplicates (thousands)
Currently it's best to get the plugin directly from the website since it isn't being updated here to support newer versions of Firefox, as of this post.
Get it at: http://bookmarkdd.mozdev.org/
So what is fiveload.com exactly? Even the website gives little explanation. As far as I can tell it's some kind of image hosting site, but there is no information.
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