- ได้รับการจัดอันดับ 5 จาก 5โดย Alter, 2 ปีที่แล้วOverall very nice to have. Recently I've had to disable it though as it's been causing issues blocking me from accessing Patreon. Could we get a way to exempt certain sites from the addon in the future?
Edit: Haven't heard anything from Patreon yet, but thank you for the exemption ability and being so open and responsive to feedback! Zero problems, have that 5th star!
การตอบกลับของนักพัฒนาโพสต์เมื่อ 2 ปีที่แล้วUPDATE: Added an exemption for Patreon (patreon.com, www.patreon.com) in version 0.8. Hope that works for you.
Thank you for the suggestion. I looked at how to do it and there is are a lot of user interface bits to build out, so it's going to take a little while.
Meanwhile, I don't know why a website would be concerned about the changes to the Accept header -- perhaps they look suspicious when image/webp and/or image/avif is removed? If you hear anything from Patreon about it, please let me know.
- ได้รับการจัดอันดับ 5 จาก 5โดย ผู้ใช้ Firefox 17276228, 2 ปีที่แล้วExcellent, get rid of webp, heic and all that proprietary rubbish. Stop ruining the web and computing, else in a few years nothing will work any more !
- ได้รับการจัดอันดับ 5 จาก 5โดย The_Original_Alex_Portnoy, 2 ปีที่แล้วFundamentally, I like webp, but display considerations have to be accounted for. Irvanview64, with all the plug-ins installed, still doesn't play webp for me, and if I transfer images to my phone, I'm not sure how they'll display there. I asked r/firefox on reddit, and this extension got two quick recommendations. I tested it on Vanity Fair and the images I saw in webp were now jpegs. It works, and that's all I can ask for.
- ได้รับการจัดอันดับ 5 จาก 5โดย Art Held, 3 ปีที่แล้วWorks exactly as advertised. Various websites including Reddit appear to have stopped sending me webP images. I have experienced no side-effects or problems.
- ได้รับการจัดอันดับ 5 จาก 5โดย ผู้ใช้ Firefox 16465818, 3 ปีที่แล้วI have image.webp.enabled set to false, I have image/webp;q=0 in my image.http.accept, but sadly some web sites still tried to shove this Google crap down my throat…
With this extension — not anymore!
WebP and other "open" formats and codecs by Google shouldn't exist in the first place.
Thank you for doing god's work with this extension!