enhancement: include compose pane menus Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles
I keep searching for the DELETE button on email - would LOVE to have it on the LEFT where I would find it most accessible. So it would be great if Menu wizard included the compose pane menus!
Otherwise, Menu Wizard is beyond what I need (or I am behind what it can do!).
Slow Noté 4 sur 5 étoiles
Works great in Pale Moon browser; don't let extension die! Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles
This extension works great in Pale Moon 27.3.0 !
I notice in one response to a review you say the extension will die in November 2017. But this need not be the case! Pale Moon continues to support legacy extensions -- XUL, overlay, and even JetPack/SDK (adpated with PMKit).
Don't let it die!
Intended e10 and Webextensions compatibility. Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles
Thank you SO MUCH Oleksandr. This is one of my favourite add-ons and has helped me a lot. IMHO its a "must have" Add-on.
I hope to use it after FF 57. Any plans to port it to webextensions?
in WebExtensions there is no functionality for MenuWizard
I'm sorry, but MenuWizard will die in November 2017
Addware, Browser Hijacker and Key Logger - MALWARE! Noté 1 sur 5 étoiles
##Warning## this addon is pure Malware!!!
The addon is clearly Adware, but also adds (3rd party) Toolbars for browser hijacking and key logging. This is was discovered when viewing an Ebay site, where a Toolbar shows, that hijacks searches to an alternate "shopping website", and logs (keylogs) data to this website.
This repressible action is alluded to in the programs cryptic notification of:
"Suggested ads - are small tips about up-to-the-minute rebates,
shown on the top of the page for certain shops you visit."
It is surprising that this repressible action is NOT made clear in the "About this Add-on" information! (The above cryptic notification was NOT displayed, and was only found buried in the addons code.)
Also, apparently, unless you enable websites to store (malicious?) tracking data, this addon will continually display Adds, and add (advertising?) toolbars for Browser Hijacking and Key Logger. Thus the claim "Advertising is disabled by default" and "advertising displays once in a lifetime...." is completely FALSE
It is also amazing that the many reviews that warn of the Malware nature of this addon are continually removed.
NOTE: There have been MANY (now deleted) reviews of the pure malware nature of this addon!
All low star reviews for this addon get removed, so do NOT believe the (possibly) false many five star reviews!
Another post stated they looked at the code and "there's nothing suspicious".
Well a very quick look at the addon code reveals:
This is a well known source for browser redirection, add injection, and 3rd party installs of malicious code.
Described as Malware, and removal instructions are http://www.sitealyzer.net/en/p/sb/remove-cdncash.com/
Stated as a malware virus, removal instructions at https://malwaretips.com/blogs/ads-by-similardeals-removal/
Another immediate amazing piece of code is:
So this addon amazingly does something to (disable?) "Add Block Plus".
These malicious code segments were found with just a quick look, there is no doubt many more malicious acts buried in this addons code.
Note another poster also found the extension adds further malware script files of:
<iframe style="position: absolute; top: -999px; left: -999px; visibility: hidden;" src="https://cdncache-a.akamaihd.net/store/">.
Version 5.07; Released March 29, 2017
Excelente. Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles
Love this addon! Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles
If you ever manage to make a version of this for Windows 7/8.1/10 I WANT! :p
Лучшее из лучших,The best of the best. Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles
Большое Спасибо, всё работает,
Thank you very much, everything works,
no shortcuts Noté 2 sur 5 étoiles
I installed it because it claims to be able to modify shortcuts. I tried a few times to assign <ctrl>w to close the current tab but nothing changed. I did not give one star because I did not test the other features that it claims to have.
Please send request about your problem to forums mozillaZine:
Adding ability to dynamically decide whether item should be shown or not? Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles
Is it possible to add callback option which would decide whether item should be shown or not. For example I want to show itme "Copy Link Text" item if gContextMenu.onLink and hide it otherwise.
Thanks for great add-on!
Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles
Thank you! I love this add-on, although could you make it possible for users to disable the 'quick-find' shortcut (/).
Im Sorry Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles
I have no money. sorry. I am very sorry for the child.Cette critique concerne une version précédente du module (5.07).
you do not necessarily to pay.
just tell me "thank you" and tell about my addons to your friends :)
1 Issue Noté 3 sur 5 étoiles
The main reason to why I got this was to disable the command + , shortcut, which causes Firefox to open the preferences tab. I unticked this shortcut in Menu Wizard, but there seems to be no effect. The other shortcuts seem to work fine, while only this one cannot be disabled.Cette critique concerne une version précédente du module (5.05).
Great Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles
Loads of features - great for anyone who likes to have the maximum ability to customise their browserCette critique concerne une version précédente du module (5.05).
In general the purpose can be achieved Noté 3 sur 5 étoiles
"Menu editor" was a very excellent perfect add-on, but since it has stopped working with the latest "Firefox" and "Palemoon" it has moved to "Menu Wizard".
Approximately the objective has been achieved, thank the author of "Menu Wizard"!
But there are problems, even if you customize the menu items added with some add-ons, I'm in trouble to restore the browser when I restart the browser.
For example, "sort-tabs-by-url" and "TabGroups Manager revived".
In the previous "Menu editor" I think that it is not impossible, because the customization was maintained even when restarting the add-on menu item.
This is the best add-on if you can restart the browser but keep customizing the add-on menu items.
firefoxのキーボード・ショートカットを無効にできるアドオン Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles
firefoxのキーボード・ショートカットを無効にできるアドオンです。Cette critique concerne une version précédente du module (5.05).
腎移植 Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles
Great addon. I love it!Cette critique concerne une version précédente du module (5.05).
Отлично. Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles
Не нашел к чему придраться.
Меня все устраивает.
Perfect Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles
Very good, very useful, and very well done.
My only complain is the "asking for money" page when there is an update. I know work isn't free, but this is a bit annoying.
EDIT: Thanks for the tip!
(type in address bar: about:config
5 stars it is then!
type in address bar: about:config
Wonderful, versatile (mostly) easy to use add-on Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles
So glad to find this add-on to use in place of Menu Editor, as ME is no longer signed and thus unavailable with FF 50. But Menu Wizard is even more versatile, and (mostly) a lot easier to use due to the intuitive split-screen drag 'n drop for reordering commands, as well as the check boxes for removing unwanted commands. And it's SO useful to be able to save the settings once it is set up. After I got everything set up the way I wanted on one computer, I just saved the settings, copied the settings file to my other computer, loaded it, and, voila, everything was instantly replicated on my second computer!
A few suggestions for improvements to make this great add-on even better: (1) Explain the meaning and use of the various types of separators and what their odd labels mean (although I was able to pretty much just ignore them); and (2) Make it clear that the request to allow advertising is only one-time request. I originally uninstalled the add-on, thinking I would frequently see the request, but then saw the developer's reply to another reviewer explaining that it is one-time only. (I did make a well-deserved donation for the add-on.)
Also, on the first of the two computers I put this on, for some reason the main context-menu navigation/bookmark buttons show up *to the right* of the command I moved to appear immediately *below* them, thus widening the menu. It's odd that the buttons didn't just stay at the very top instead. On my second computer that issue did not occur. (I am not submitting this as a bug report since I rarely use the main context-menu navigation/bookmark buttons, so I just unticked them in the computer that has that problem.)