|User since||Oct. 27, 2010|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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Rated 2 out of 5 stars
First, note that other user has taken recently the ownership of this add-on, as the original developer, Captain Caveman, left the support and development for all his add-ons a few months ago. He offered his work to those interested.
And now we see the first related news. As Dillanski mentioned, be aware: the recent updates (since 188.8.131.52... but it's still harmless; 184.108.40.206+ are ugly) only adds a new option, *enabled by default*, for to integrate a "price comparison (WizeShoppy)". First time that I hear about it, but only by the source code added for its integration, I see that it works in a very intrusive way over all your web navigation, and, in general, I recommend stay away of things as this.
220.127.116.11 is still in a "waiting aproval by some AMO reviewer" state, so users (yet) didn't received this update.
Independently of the choices of the new developers for to monetize this add-on, not having a single mention of it in the release notes, is a fishy behaviour (EDIT 20/3: Now it's mentioned). And it seems that with other add-ons she(?) is doing the same.
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
A warning: do not be confused with the keyconfig addon by dorando (http://mozilla.dorando.at/readme.html). This is a completely different addon.
I didn't try this extension. By features It looks useful. If it implements in the future the feature "Importing/exporting settings to a file, compatible with Opera presets", It can to end being a real nice alternative.
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Good addon, used by a long time. But with Fx4 it needs work yet. It ignores completely the fact that Fx has a (more limited) support for this same feature: Selecting exactly a url not marked as html link give you duplicated entries in the context menu (Fx's and the extension's)
On the other hand, cheers for the support webpage: it explains you exactly the scope and possibilities of the addon, including a detailed tutorial about how it was written. Fantastic.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Really good. At last I find a compelling option for to sort the gmail folders, instead of the setting of the IMAP server directory to "[Gmail]". Thank you.
BTW, the use of computer translations for the locales is evil :P
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Simple, and effective for me as linux user. Thank you.
If someone wants the 'broom' gtk icon used by firefox in linux:
list-style-image: url("moz-icon://stock/gtk-clear?size=menu") !important;