From useful to useless in one single update... Rated 1 out of 5 stars
on March 11, 2012 · permalink
"The ACR's functionality has changed. It can no longer be used for force add-ons to be installed."
Wouldn't be such a problem if this did it's job:
""Default To Compatible" changes in Firefox 10+"
I don't mind reporting add-on's that work/don't work anymore, but if add-on's clearly work but cannot be activated by the built in 'Default To Compatible' feature, than users are left with quite a useless reporting tool with this add-on.
I understand the developer's reasons for this decision, I also understand that as a user I have nothing to gain with it. So, as a user I'll give two stars for trying to get an active community involvement, minus three stars for it's more than useless implementation because reporting working add-on's isn't visible in an actual working add-on as end result. Leaving that same community empty handed.
And again: Useful workarounds come from the community itself, developers have placed themselves outside that same community. That means I'll have to give this add-on a one star rating.