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  • This is a lifesaver for everyone who uses cli downloaders!
  • Worked like a charm for a microsoft sharepoint download which was login-protected using Firefox 64 on Linux.
  • Simple not working
  • Unusable with dark theme!
  • Just keep Version
    (or get it from historical versions) and you are done.
  • Pre WebExtensions: 5/5. Post WebWentensionse: 0/5. Completely useless now. Serves absolutely no purpose whatsoever and does nothing at all. Downgrading to XUL based version, and switching to browser that still uses XUL. This was foreseeable and inevitable due to not merely to WebExtensions but Mozilla's complete and total failure to provide a competent API, using FUD to justify a neutered WebExtensions API and interface. To hell with Mozilla. Thanks to this developer for trying, but there's no point anymore.
  • This extension along with aria2c are among the greatest time savers. I use it regularly and send the generated download commands to my main machine via a remote terminal. It's even easier now to edit the output filename in cases where it doesn't catch the correct filename (sometimes the captured filenames contain illegal characters like / or :).

    Thanks and keep up the good work. Five stars. But please replace illegal characters like / or : to underscore or dash in captured filenames.
  • Awesome tool! Life-saver!
  • Was looking for the right click and generate the curl command to download. Where is it? Will update rating if my question is answered. Thanks.

    Still desperately looking for old right clicking function. was able to find a addon for chrome

  • I missed cliget a lot!
  • Glad to see cliget is back on Firefox, great tool, can't go too long without it. Thanks!
  • Very useful when you need to download something to your headless machines.
  • It's still great even with the limited WebExtensions API!