Utilizador do Firefox 59d0d3
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|Nome||Utilizador do Firefox 59d0d3|
|Utilizador desde||Jan. 31, 2013|
|Número de extras desenvolvidos||0 extras|
|Avaliação média dos extras do programador||Ainda sem avaliação|
Avaliado com 5 de 5 estrelas
Follow up on my previous review.
For those of you that have a problem with opening pdf files in TB when this extension is installed, the author's suggestion of creating a boolean variable in about: cofig named "extensions.linkPropertiesPlus.download.forceFakeURIHack" (without the quotes ""), when set to "True", solves the problem.
If the variable is set to "False", when attempting to open a pdf file, both the pdf opening dialogue screen and TB hang will continue to hang as previously reported.
I'm now happy to up the rating to 5 stars, and am very pleased that this extension, unlike the original extension, supports TB.
Avaliado com 3 de 5 estrelas
Much better than the original and works well on FF 17.0.1.
On TB 16.0.2, however, prevents attached pdf files from being opened - crashes TB when an attempt is made to open an attached pdf file.
Avaliado com 4 de 5 estrelas
I have the same comment and problem as the previous reviewer, Knight Yoshi. In my case the problem is caused by a conflict with the "Memory Fox" add on. If I disable Memory Fox, MinTrayR works correctly on FF 17.0.1.
I think it would be more convenient for users if FF/TB could be opened from the Tray with a single, instead of double, click of the left mouse button. Alternatively, consideration could be given to using a single click of the middle mouse button to open FF/TB from the Tray.
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