- Autor: Tails, 11 dni temuOcena: 5/5Tried a few different extensions for setting video speed on the current page and this is the only one that does everything I want. Click on the toolbar icon, click on the speed you want, done.
As a bonus, you can completely customize the menu and add a button for any particular speed you want. Really convenient.
- Autor: Firefox user 14492878, 2 lata temuOcena: 5/5extremely well though addon. I love the little icon constantly showing the actual speed. This is attention to details. Thank you. I cant find a Paypal to donate
- Autor: Firefox user 15037318, 2 lata temuOcena: 5/5---BIG PROBLEM. SUGGESTION TO THE DEVELOPER:
For the loop button or any button, when you click on it, it stays exactly the same and you have no possibility of knowing if the button has been activated or not!! THAT IS A BIG PROBLEM!!
It would be simple to make the button of another color when it is enabled and keep it the same color of the other buttons when it is not enabled.
Or when I move the cursor over a button that I use, it would indicate enabled or not enabled for example.
I will change to 5 stars when a change to correct this problem has been made.
This addon works well, even the loop button works well too.
---Update on 08/11/2021: thanks to the developer to have fully corrected the problem I had stated just above. Back to 5 stars.
Thanks for sharing this addon. Dearly needed on youtube where I tested it.
- Autor: Kaepora Gaebora, 2 lata temuOcena: 5/5I find the add on to be wonderful and have been using it for years. I am very much appreciating the update the former updates for keyboard shortcuts (e.g. Alt+Shift+Right for faster speed).
However, since the last update, the new keyboard shortcuts conflict with FireFox's default "Ctrl+Shift+Left" as well as "Ctrl+Shift+Right" (e.g.a for the address bar as well as find bar). This sadly reduces the workflow and everyday use. I guess it's easy to fix and want to Thank You in advance! Since I think it's the #1 Playback Speed service, it's worth 5 stars even now. (For more details, there is already a thread form another user on github.) Thank you!