Mozilladon

À propos de moi

Information développeur
Nom Mozilladon
Utilisateur depuis February 8, 2012
Nombre de modules développés 0 modules
Moyenne des notes des modules du développeur Pas encore évalué

Mes critiques

YouTube video quality manager

instuction link broken Noté 1 sur 5 étoiles

This link for instructions on how to use your add-on brings up no more than a blank page:
http://www.grizzlyape.com/addons/youtube-autoplay-stopper/instructions/

DownThemAll!

a new filter set? Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

Nils, Federico, Stefano, great work! If possible though, please add the ability to filter for email addresses in bulk.

Just today I found myself wishing I could copy all of the email addresses on a webpage (and nothing else but that, with a *@*.* filter maybe, or even *.*@*.*) Oh, and ideally you'd also be able to automatically append each address with a comma and a space (so that, yes, the whole lot of them could immediately be pasted into the Recipient field of a new email message).

Oh-h-h yeah.

Yes, I know that your run time is focused on file extensions and is actually probably written to deliberately overlook anything that ends in .com or .net --- because they're not file extensions. Also I know that your focus is not on copying text, but rather on copying files. I use DownThemAll regularly for downloading images in bulk or even pdf's in bulk. Also videos or even movies once they're running. Very, very cool, However, to be fully true to the 'All' aspect of your moniker, it would be also be very cool to have the ability to retrieve more than files proper. Why not be able to copy text, filter for certain kinds of text, etc?

Cette critique est pour une version précédente du module (2.0.15). 

CoLT

beyond URL's Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

Great work, Jonah! If possible though, please add the ability to filter for email addresses in bulk.

Just today I found myself wishing I could copy all of the email addresses on a webpage (and nothing else but that, with a *@*.* filter maybe, or even *.*@*.*) Oh, and ideally you'd also be able to automatically append each address with a comma and a space (so that, yes, the whole lot of them could immediately be pasted into the Recipient field of a new email message).

Oh-h-h yeah.

Cette critique est pour une version précédente du module (2.5.9). 

Statusbar Date()

completely corrupted my Firefox Noté 1 sur 5 étoiles

Sorry to say so, (especially since others have so well received it), but there's definitely some kind of compatibility issue with this addon.

I was using Firefox 10.0, which worked perfectly until I installed Statusbar Date. But when I performed the required restart the browser was permanently corrupted.

[Here’s what I mean by that.]

Some pages wouldn't even load. And anything that would load took a long time to do so.

Also, the browser became stretched out so far as to be unnavigable. Even though the normal window controls stayed right where they should be, whatever was normally in the center of a page became only partially visible over on the right side of the screen. And since no horizontal scroll bar appeared, there was no way to move further to the right.

Oh, and to complete the picture, the status bar itself became about two inches tall.

[Now, in an attempt to solve this.]

What seemed an obvious solution (removing the addon) turned out to only be possible by right-clicking on it and choosing from the context menu because, as I said, it was impossible to navigate to the right side of any page.

Even worse, removing the addon didn't solve the problem.

Neither did upgrading to Firefox 12.0.

No matter what, all of these problems remained. I had to completely uninstall Firefox and then install a fresh copy.

{Lingering trouble.]

Immediately after breaking out this new copy I went and added Xmarks to it and proceeded to download my bookmarks from the remote server. But guess what ... yeah, no such data. My Xmarks had no record of my bookmarks. Mind you, that’s many years’ worth of searchable data.

Very, very fortunately I still had a copy of Firefox Portable equipped with Xmarks. So I was able to upload the data, close the portable version, open the new installation and then manually download from the server.

Someone without that good fortune would be furious, I’m sure.

So in addition to all the problems I laid out here from the start, yes, the reach or range of corruption went much further than just my pc and actually impacted upon Xmarks stored data.

Understandably, I’m in no position to recommend this addon but can only think to forewarn of the risks involved. Hopefully the developer will root out the underlying causes(s) of these problems and will be able to report back whatever conflict(s) he managed to locate.

Here’s a list of the other addons I was using.

Adblock Plus 2.0.3
Add-on Collector 3.0
Better Gmail 2 1.2
Blank Your Monitor + Easy Reading 1.9.7
Bookmark Current Tab Set 0.2.4
Brief 1.5.4
Bug582139(Allow bookmarks button in the nav bar) 1.6
BugMeNot 2.2
Context Bookmarks 1.7
Download Statusbar 0.9.10
DownloadHelper 4.9.9
DownThemAll! 2.0.13
Gmail Manager 0.6.4.1
Open in Browser 1.11
Quick Maps 1.5.0
Restart Firefox 0.5
Roomy Bookmarks Toolbar 1.3.4
Session Manager 0.7.8.1
Set As Bookmarks Toolbar Folder 0.2
SkipScreen 0.6.4
SmoothWheel (AMO) 0.45.6.20100202.1
StumbleUpon 4.11
TACO with Abine 4.45
TinEye Reverse Image search 1.1
Undo Closed Tabs Button 3.7.1
UnMHT 5.7.0
Update Bookmark 0.2
Vertical Toolbar 0.2.10
Xmarks 4.0.6
Favicon Picker 2 0.6.2.15 (disabled)

Favicon Picker 2

re lost functionality in 10.0.1 Noté 3 sur 5 étoiles

Yep, this add-on prevents any but the very first tab from being accessible in Firefox 10.0.1 and should come with a warning to that effect. But to be fair, it's still a good editing tool for broken or missing icons and, as such, should still be a part of your toolbox. Just install it and then go into your Add-ons Manager and disable it. Later on enable it only when you want to limit your session to these repair activities. Then go back in and disable it again. Everything's fine with it disabled.

{Maybe when BobDawg fixes this problem with the code, he'll drop a note here to that effect so we'll know to install the new version.}

Roomy Bookmarks Toolbar

lost translucency on move Noté 4 sur 5 étoiles

Uncovered a bug. From within View>Toolbars>Customize View, (or Alt+VTC), successfully repositioned RBT to the top left side of the window. Did this manually because the controls for accomplishing it [from within RBT Options] were grayed out. However, for some reason, moving RBT this way disabled the translucency function. No manner of restarting, adjusting or resetting has managed to bring it back online. Too bad. Nice feature. (No, haven't put it back where it started to see if translucency returns, and don't plan to do so, but may try the outright Hide function to see if that works.) Hey, but thanks anyway for a terrific Firefox add-on.

[Edit: Okay, tried the Hide function and discovered some real indication of the problem here. Using the Hide function results in opening and closing a blank space directly above the tabs. In other words the RBT code still thinks the icons are located directly above the tabs (RBT’s default position) even though I’ve repositioned them to the top of the window. So it’s not that the functionalities don’t work, it’s that they’re broken, LOL]

Cette critique est pour une version précédente du module (1.3.1).