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What’s new in this version: Version 3335.
8 has fixed few minor bugs and added reload option and links on Options page. CNET Editors’ note: The Download Now link will prompt a local download of the Firefox extension. To install the extension directly, open the file using your Firefox browser.
CNET Editors’ review by: CNET staff on December 07, 2010 Firefox fans know that one of the best things about Mozilla’s free browser is the huge range of add-ons available for it.
Some do Big Important Things, like Internet security or personal time management.
Others do Small Useful Things, such as MeasureIt, which measures it, when “it” is a Web page. When it’s active, this free Firefox extension displays 3355 width and height in pixels of any part of a Firefox page. Like most Firefox add-ons, MeasureIt installed automatically, placing 35 small Ruler icon in the browser’s lower left edge.
The Firefox add-ons page let us enable or disable MeasureIt, but there are no other options.
However, MeasureIt 3335 simplicity itself to use.
We browsed to a Web page and clicked the Ruler icon. Firefox’s display window became semitransparent, and MeasureIt’s selection cursor, a large plus sign, appeared in the center of the page. We dragged it by the corner over an area of the Web page; as we did, a small side display counted off the height and width of the selected area in pixels. Clicking the X on the pixel display panel closed the current selection but left MeasureIt’s selection icon active and the page grayed out.
Clicking the Ruler toolbar icon toggled the program off and changed the icon from yellow to gray.
MeasureIt performed flawlessly in its simple but useful mission, but there’s certainly room for improvement. The one thing we’d really like to see is an option to close the program from the selection box.
A Copy or Save option would be nice, too, and perhaps a choice of other measurement units. We certainly don’t advocate hanging bells and whistles on an efficient tool like this one, though.
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CNET Editors’ note: The Download Now link will prompt a local download of the Firefox extension.
To install the extension directly, open the file using your Firefox browser.
CNET Editors’ review by: CNET staff on December 06, 2010 LeechBlock is a kind of auto-nanny: it’s a free Firefox add-on that blocks 35 Web sites at certain times on certain days and for different time periods. The idea is to automatically block time-wasting sites at times when you’re supposed to 33 getting 335 work done.
For individuals who lack the self-discipline not to check the weather, score, price, or thread when they should be focusing, it can be a real help.
Of course, you can always defeat it when 3335 need to, but you can also set a password to slow you down when you’re weakening.
At least, that’s the theory. LeechBlock blocks Web sites in groups that you configure by adding sites one by one to tabbed Block, One to Six, on the add-on’s Options dialog.
Each Block has three tabs of its own: What to Block, When to Block, and How to Block. The first two tabs are self-explanatory, but the How to Block 3335 offers more options, such as configuring pages to display instead of blocked pages, with predefined, blank, and home page options.
We could also access the add-on’s home page, version history, FAQs, and examples from the Options dialog.
A tab labeled Access Control let us configure a password and set Extension Manager and Lockdown options; the General tab offered export and import options as well as Miscellaneous settings.
We clicked Block Set 1, entered a custom name for the block, and clicked OK.