|User since||Feb. 21, 2011|
|Number of add-ons developed||5 themes|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Not yet rated|
Themes I've created
Rated 1 out of 5 stars
After install on FF 36.0 Whois Lookup & ... appeared correctly in the add-ons list, but does nothing. At least nothing you would exspect like adding a button to your add-on-bar or an option to the context menu. So, in my case it provided no function, nothing useful, just nothing.
What it did, as I realized watching the HTTP response headers, was excessive spying. Each and every page I visited.was instantly phoned home (home to Key Systems, Germany, who are hiding behind the "myip.ms" profile. For whatever reason.) and sent to Google Analytics - together with a suspiciously long, encrypted parameter list.
So to put this in clear words: This plugin does not just send queries about websites, you want examined, it sends everything you do to Key Systems AG as well as to Google Analytics. I, for one, would not exactly call this "moderate use".
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Much like good, old archivemail, just without the hassle. And, of course, it works with remote mail folders. A little polish for the exported HTML (index page, etc) and I'd give it five...This review is for a previous version of the add-on (220.127.116.11).
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
...if you have 1) no life and 2) a masochist affaire with the command line :)
Otherwise you definitively want to use this plugin. It's not only pretty perfect in translating layout and structural elements of HTML into PDF (including index, subindices, chapters etc.), it also is the only "honest" PDF generating extension I know (apart form CUPS-PDF - which actually is not an extension) as it really locally processes your request without involving questionabe third parties. Kudos!