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Name TwoCables
Location Saint Paul, MN, USA
User since Aug. 18, 2007
Number of add-ons developed 0 add-ons
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My Reviews

Flip or Rotate Image

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Stylish - Custom themes for any website

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Stylish is completely broken for me with this update, and so I'm posting a 1-star review. I switched back to version 2.1.1 and turned off updates for Stylish, and now everything is fine. Version 2.1.1 gets a 5-star rating from me, but 3.0.1 is worthless. This obviously wasn't tested all that thoroughly before it was released!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.0.1). 

Old Default Image Style

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

All you have to do is disable "Remove default stylesheet".

So, go into the settings for Old Default Image Style and disable "Remove default stylesheet" and this will instantly fix the problem.

Just to be clear, this fixes the problem where the top of the image gets cut off when you zoom in. In order to have this problem, you have to have 2 settings enabled in this extension:

"Remove default stylesheet" and "Center image". So, if you have "Center image" enabled, then you can't have "Remove default stylesheet" enabled.

That's all there is to it.

Beyond that, this is one of my "must have" extensions.

Menu Wizard

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I combined Menu Wizard with Menu Editor (version 1.2.7) and the result is utter perfection (after customizing, of course).

I was previously avoiding any version of Firefox that's newer than 31.7.0 because every version since 32 has the new main context menu and I hate it for various reasons. For some reason, I never thought to have Menu Wizard and Menu Editor enabled AT THE SAME TIME. With only Menu Wizard enabled (and heavily customized), there are still things I don't like and they are beyond the control of Menu Wizard. Once I enabled Menu Editor though, everything became perfect. I can finally live with the latest version of Firefox!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.04).  This user has a previous review of this add-on.

Menu Wizard

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Ever since Mozilla changed the context menu with the release of Firefox 32, I have been looking for a way to get back the access key of 'R' for Reload. During my quest, I kept using Firefox 31.5.3 which is the last version that I could find before 32 came out. Well, now my quest is over thanks to Menu Wizard because it allows the customization of the access keys! Of course, it can do MUCH more than that! So, this is definitely a "must have" and a "keeper". Wow. I was once angry with Mozilla for ruining the context menu, but if they hadn't messed with it, then I wouldn't have Menu Wizard. So, I guess now I am grateful to Mozilla for doing that.

You see, I depend on being able to right-click and then quickly tap 'R' for Reload because often times for me, that's faster and easier than tapping F5 or right-clicking and then clicking Reload. Up until now though, I had Menu Editor installed but I never gave any thought to the possibility that I need to find an alternative menu editor, nor did I know that other menu editors even existed (but I assumed that Menu Editor was still the only one, so I never checked). So with this access key problem, I just thought that I needed to find some fancy way of getting it back. I guess I was wrong. :)

So yeah, now that I have Menu Wizard, all I can say is that it is extremely awesome and it absolutely destroys Menu Editor in every way, and again, it's not just because I can right-click and tap 'R'. Thank you, Oleksandr!!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.07.1-signed).