> Comment #12223
This is a really useful resource, and I have two suggestions for your consideration. The first is to group the add-ons by function, so the average visitor could easily avoid duplication. The second would take this a step farther--suggest "packages" of add-ons that work well together to accomplish the over-all goal.
Finally, a question if I may. In the section on Firefox settings that impact privacy, it's not clear to me if "warn me if sites try to install add-ons" should be disabled* along with "block reported attack sites" and "Block reported web forgeries".
*Would that allow a site to install an add-on without asking me?
DDG just keeps getting better and better! Thanks for all your great work.
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