Rated 5 out of 5 stars

@BillyDick To obtain a list of a particular type of add-on (such as plugins), first display that type in the Add-ons Manager (tab, sidebar or window) and then press the 'Dump List' button above the display or in the dropdown menu you have been using.

It only dumps the list of what is currently displaying in the Add-ons Manager.

It's that simple to use.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0.1). 

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

nknm: Now that you point it out, yes, I also see that problem with printing and I hope it can be corrected.

However, don't you think that perhaps your single star is a bit harsh for one broken function?**

This extension can be invoked - its button in Add-ons Manager is functional.
It does display all the requested information as specified.
The settings to control the information displayed work as expected and
The variety of information available for each add-on is valuable.
It is possible, in the 'Options', to specify one's own default values for those settings.

A button allows one to save the entire display to a file of one's own choosing. This does work.
**As a temporary circumvention of the printing problem, one could do that and then print the file.

A button allows one to copy the entire display to the clipboard. This, also, does work and, for example, allows one to easily copy the information to a spreadsheet.
One can also select, and copy to the clipboard, any chosen area of the display, which I find very useful for updating change control files.

As far as I know, there is no other extension on AMO which both works at all (let alone to this extent) and also provides such a wealth of useful functions. You can use it for your requirements and if you know of anything else which can do do that at all then please tell us.

The only remotely similar working things I know of are 'Nightly tester Tools' and 'InfoLister' which, although very useful for many, provide much simpler listings and much more limited options. I'm not even sure that InfoLister is still usable on FF40.*

It is also very important to understand that Iceberg, unlike others, took the trouble to work out how to mend the original totally broken ELD and to now provide this very useful and usable signed fork of itl on AMO for all of us.

I think the printing problem might be quite a small thing to fix. Perhaps you could work out what it needs and let Iceberg know? If I had the brain, I would try that.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0). 

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Thank you so very much Iceberg for taking on this much needed revival.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0).