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Informasi Pengembang
Nama Anonymous-5408213
Lokasi Seattle, WA, USA
Pekerjaan Visual C++ coder
Pengguna sejak Juli 24, 2010
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InspectThis

I like it(InspectThis 1.0.0). Peringkat 5 dari 5 bintang

I like it(InspectThis 1.0.0).

But I had to skin the "DOM Inspector"*;
gave it a light-on-black, instead of dark-on-white.
*:
  My-Profile-for-FireFox\extensions\inspector@mozilla.org\chrome( skin/ content/ )
    skin\classic\inspector\viewers\dom\
      Dom.CSS

Phoenix

The Phoenix editor is how I view generated HTML Peringkat 5 dari 5 bintang

I can't edit my review, so I'll redo it here.

I like the way Phoenix tells me what .JS/.CSS files a page is accessing.

The Phoenix editor is how I view generated HTML
but, if you need to view files larger than 80 kilo-bytes,
turn off "syntax highlighting" ( as I do ).

I was able to make the editor use light-on-black, instead of dark-on-white.

The editor was written in easy-to-edit JavaScript
and the colors are changed via easy-to-edit CSS; see HTML.CSS in:
...Your-Profile/extensions/{8743b66...751e759f}/chrome/content/syntax

HTML, Body, Body *
{ BackGround: BLACK; Font-family: "DejaVu Sans Mono";
Font-size: 22px; Color: RGB( 44, 22, 22 );
line-Height: 1.18em; }

Ulasan ini dibuat untuk versi pengaya (1.7.2) sebelumnya. 

Phoenix

A lovely way to view generated HTML Peringkat 5 dari 5 bintang

The Phoenix editor is a lovely way to view generated HTML;
however, don't use it to open "large" files ( 80 kilo-bytes is too big ).
I was able to make the editor use a light-on-black, instead of dark-on-white.

The editor was written in easy-to-edit JavaScript
and the colors are changed via easy-to-edit CSS.

Also, I like the way Phoenix tells me what .JS/.CSS files a page is accessing.

Ulasan ini dibuat untuk versi pengaya (1.7.2) sebelumnya. 

YesScript

Block < Script> tags found at certain URLs ( not domains ). Peringkat 1 dari 5 bintang

I've spent days looking for something ( maybe an add-on )
to block < Script> tags found at certain URLs ( not domains ).

I love the new Google Images, but I don't want JavaScript to run in certain instances:
"google.TLD\images?" yes, "google.TLD\imgRES?" no.

FireFox's "Polices", YesScript and NoScript can't wildcard URLs,
they're confined to domains.

AdBlocker blocks (wildcarded) URLs from loading, but I want the page to load,
...to load without running the ****ing < Script> tags in it.

GreasMonkey runs AFTER the < Script> tags have done their thing,
so that's no good, and no one seems to care.

The greaseMonkey crowd says "AdBlocker" is all that's needed, nothing more.

Ulasan ini dibuat untuk versi pengaya (1.7) sebelumnya. 

Greasemonkey

I want to block JavaScript by wildcarding URLs, not domain names. Peringkat 4 dari 5 bintang

I want to block JavaScript by wildcarding URLs, not domain names.
noScript can't do that, neither can GreaseMonkey... I'm still looking.

Ulasan ini dibuat untuk versi pengaya (0.8.20100408.6) sebelumnya.