Me Mine

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Nom Me Mine
Utilisateur depuis April 27, 2007
Nombre de modules développés 0 modules
Moyenne des notes des modules du développeur Pas encore évalué

Mes critiques

Custom Buttons²

Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

CB2 is an extension that gets updated regularly, has a forum of helpful info & responses, as well as quite a large selection of buttons for installation. Designing a button on the other hand can be a bit of a task for beginners, but some beginners do wind up being quite proficient at the task. Some folk use CB2 for just 2 or 3 tasks essential that they couldn't find elsewhere, and some people clutter up their toolbars with dozens of CB2 buttons. However, even the clutter may improve in the future, with improved sub-menu's (and hidden toolbars that expand on a button-click help as well, though are a little more disorienting in the expansion-collapse than a menu). These buttons can (with a little work) mimic clicking menu-items (in the menu-toolbar or such)... though iMacros can do that as well I'd think for those who find it too hard to program/code a button. Feel free to stop by the CB2 forums and your proposed/hoped-for button might already exist, or somebody might be willing to help you with coding the button, they might even decide to code it themselves (though no guarantees there).

Cette critique est pour une version précédente du module (2.0.7.7). 

Slogger

Noté 3 sur 5 étoiles

This addon is very customizable, but doesn't come with any given FF way of searching through the logs/saved-pages. This would be great, preferably from the FF searchBar (give a search Button/favicon with it). What is the purpose of a history-archive if you can't conveniently access it and search through it? Maybe I'm missing something -- any comments/advice are welcomed.

PS - I hope someone resusciatates this addon.

Line Marker

Noté 4 sur 5 étoiles

BTW, in FF's profile folder there is an auto-created file called linemarker.rdf where the text-colors/borders/names are editable.

Cette critique est pour une version précédente du module (2.0.2008040702). 

Line Marker

Persistent HighLighting Noté 4 sur 5 étoiles

I use this in conjuction with a bumped version of InterNotes... Together the two provide persistent (Saved) Marker-Highlights & Sticky-Notes. An alternative is the MultiValency. All of these addons provide such facilities without uploading/sharing of information. BTW, I agree, Shimoda please support a default-color or shortcut key AND also re-support custom colors.

Cette critique est pour une version précédente du module (2.0.2008040702). 

Multivalency

A Nice Start (Persistency) Noté 4 sur 5 étoiles

This addon provides persistent (saved) marker-highlight and sticky-note abilities. Neither one is too pretty at the moment, there are the occasional bugs, and you have to open the SideBar to use it... but it's just version 1.0b1. This addon is on the path SO many of us have desired... persistency without upload/sharing of information. There are plans to provide toolbar buttons (please not a toolbar, but buttons!... or even right-click options!)... so I am hoping this improves... the website links to the college page, developer, please point to a more applicable webPage. I give 4 stars not because it's that wonderful... but that it is that wonderful in comparison to what else is offered... and also, in hopes that this extension might develop further.

D-Chat Extension

Noté 3 sur 5 étoiles

http://dchat.rylax.be/index.php -- the page is in french, but about 1/3 way down is a link to D-Chat Extension 1.02 (firefox 3 compatible)... I've never used this program and don't now how stable or useful it is, but there's the link

Tabgroups-Plus

Suggestions Noté 3 sur 5 étoiles

TabGroupsPlus is a neat idea... it allows organizing your tabs into meta-tabs (folders) in ways that make sense to you. It has a few bugs and is not mature, but it is indespensible to quite a few people.

Developer, my suggestion is to merge the meta-tab (bar) directly into the regular tab-bar instead of creating a new space-hogging toolbar. At least make it an user option. Also make sure it works with TMP... if it doesn't, you lose quite a large percentage of firefox users. But again, it makes a lot of sense to merge these meta-tabs in with the regular tab-bar, only giving them a different color or such.

Cette critique est pour une version précédente du module (0.02). 

tabgroups

Noté 3 sur 5 étoiles

TabGroups is a neat idea... it allows organizing your tabs into meta-tabs (folders) in ways that make sense to you. It has a few bugs and is not mature, but it is indespensible to quite a few people.

Developer, my suggestion is to merge the meta-tab (bar) directly into the regular tab-bar instead of creating a new space-hogging toolbar. At least make it an user option. Also make sure it works with TMP... if it doesn't, you lose quite a large percentage of firefox users. But again, it makes a lot of sense to merge these meta-tabs in with the regular tab-bar, only giving them a different color or such.

Save Complete

Suggestion Noté 4 sur 5 étoiles

Make this compatible with UnMHT... if everyone has to choose between the two then you (on average) lose half your user-base. "Save Complete" would operate first, then UnMHT would operate upon it to "zip" it up into one .mht file.... you should probably get in contact with UnMHT's author.... as most of the work would be in that extensions court (I would think). Thanks

Cette critique est pour une version précédente du module (0.9b11). 

Organize Search Engines

Nice Noté 4 sur 5 étoiles

Does what it says... it might be a little buggy right now but it IS the first release, I'm hopeful it will soon iron them out. An option to rename Search-Plugins from the window would be nice. Anyways, if you have over 20 search plugins, or 6 or 7 google ones, I'd recommend this as far as organization (and elemination of confusion) goes.

Cette critique est pour une version précédente du module (1.0). 

NoSquint

Great! Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

After trying all(?) of the other text sizers, I've finally found one that does what I want how I want. Most other (including Firefox's default method) of resizing the text isn't variable enough, incrementing by only 25% or so. Therefore on some plain text documents (i read alot), you can zoom only twice, before growing too large and sending some text off the screen, incurring horizontal scrollbars (blah!). With this program you can size the text perfectly to fill all the screen... neither too little or too much as with the traditional methods. And to boot, this addon then remembers the settings for all subsequent trips to that site (or domain)... even allowing exceptions, etc.

It's not perfect (I wish to see the default textsize on statusbar, but not the site too... etc), but it works great for me... the only other program doing something similar (fine-tuning text size increments) might be eReader addon, but it is overkill for me. Thanks for the addon, i've been begging for this for years.

Cette critique est pour une version précédente du module (1.0.0).