- n. Plural form of add-on.
“David Goldston, government affairs director for environmental advocacy group Natural Resources Defense Council, called the add-ons "an inventory of all the worst ideas they've had for the last two decades.”
“Try out one of the best alternative file managers, or power up Windows Explorer with free add-ons.”
“One of the downfalls to Prism was the inability to use add-ons or extensions.”
“If you need it to do more, check out our picks for the 23 best iTunes add-ons.”
“On the other hand, it does have the ability to share ideas and feedback with your friends, an interesting developer API for third-party add-ons, and a unique “Idea Rain” visualisation that drops your ideas into the screen — so it could be worth a look for anybody looking for a completely web-based solution to storing and sharing ideas.”
“The icon for add-ons is just tricky to fine. beala”
“I find running multiple instances of Firefox Portable to be much more useful (one for Google sites [and several of them for several Gmail IDs], one [or more] for "general" browsing, one for watching "TV", etc.): tabs are your friend (and no problems with add-ons or plug-ins).”
“I have a lot of add-ons so Firefox takes a few seconds longer than usual to load, which is okay but sometimes, I just need to check something really quickly such as my mail messages, so I use Prism.”
“Actually (at least on the Mac version), if you hit command and comma while it is opening it will open the preferences which has a manage add-ons buttom.”
“Not to mention that at this stage the behavior is jerky - which my installed FF does not do despite having atleast 4-5 more add-ons (greasemonkey being the heaviest).”
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