WWW & Internet Browsers Webopi Firefox Extension

Webopi Firefox Extension 2.3 for Windows

by Konrad Papala

Avg. Rating 3.7 (11 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.0 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 699
Publisher Konrad Papala
Homepage Webopi
Other Versions

Publisher's Description

Webopi is a way to add and read reviews of any website: An item in an online shop, CNN's article, hosting company offer... and it doesn't matter whether a possibility of leaving a review is or is not given by the owners of those websites.

This is Webopi working as a Firefox extension.

Latest Reviews

horsecharles

horsecharles reviewed v2.1 Beta on Feb 24, 2008

Fatray-- blame Firefox, not independent software. Go complain to FF why it's in eternal beta status(nothing wrong with extended development actually... as long as it doesn't break third party compatibility excessively).

The MAZZTer

The MAZZTer reviewed v2.1 Beta on Feb 23, 2008

A beta is an opportunity for extension developers to make their extensions compatible with the next version of Firefox (among other things). Some extensions devs have been doing this... FlashGot, Greasemonkey, NoScript, ScribeFire, Stylish, Tab Mix Plus... all of these are popular extensions which now work with Beta 3. There will be differences between Beta 3 and the final but less so than the differences between 2.0 and 3.0. Means less rushing for devs which take advantage of the beta.

Some extensions will work fine with 3.0 without modification, however you should only use them at your own risk as they could make the browser more unstable, if they even work at all. That said, many work fine.

To allow this, go to about:config in the browser and set extensions.checkCompatibility to false and extensions.checkUpdateSecurity to false. If you cannot find one or either of those entries, make a new boolean value with the name and set it yourself.

Rating 4 since I can't post a comment without a rating... and I don't think I need this extension. But it definitely should be helpful and useful to plenty of people if it works as advertised. Only problem could be that sidebars tend to take out a big chunk of browsing real estate.

Flemens

Flemens reviewed v2.1 Beta on Feb 23, 2008

Newsflash fatray, Firefox 3 hasnt been released yet. What you have is a beta. Since you are here at beta news you probably know what a beta is?

fatray

fatray reviewed v2.1 Beta on Feb 22, 2008

Wont install to Firefox 3

Avg. Rating 3.7 (11 votes)
Your Rating
horsecharles

horsecharles reviewed v2.1 Beta on Feb 24, 2008

Fatray-- blame Firefox, not independent software. Go complain to FF why it's in eternal beta status(nothing wrong with extended development actually... as long as it doesn't break third party compatibility excessively).

The MAZZTer

The MAZZTer reviewed v2.1 Beta on Feb 23, 2008

A beta is an opportunity for extension developers to make their extensions compatible with the next version of Firefox (among other things). Some extensions devs have been doing this... FlashGot, Greasemonkey, NoScript, ScribeFire, Stylish, Tab Mix Plus... all of these are popular extensions which now work with Beta 3. There will be differences between Beta 3 and the final but less so than the differences between 2.0 and 3.0. Means less rushing for devs which take advantage of the beta.

Some extensions will work fine with 3.0 without modification, however you should only use them at your own risk as they could make the browser more unstable, if they even work at all. That said, many work fine.

To allow this, go to about:config in the browser and set extensions.checkCompatibility to false and extensions.checkUpdateSecurity to false. If you cannot find one or either of those entries, make a new boolean value with the name and set it yourself.

Rating 4 since I can't post a comment without a rating... and I don't think I need this extension. But it definitely should be helpful and useful to plenty of people if it works as advertised. Only problem could be that sidebars tend to take out a big chunk of browsing real estate.

Flemens

Flemens reviewed v2.1 Beta on Feb 23, 2008

Newsflash fatray, Firefox 3 hasnt been released yet. What you have is a beta. Since you are here at beta news you probably know what a beta is?

fatray

fatray reviewed v2.1 Beta on Feb 22, 2008

Wont install to Firefox 3

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