UPDATE (Aug 19, 2015):
If you wish to donate something (and some have asked) here is my Bitcoin address if you are so inclined:
UPDATE: I’ve upped compatibility for this to 4.0.* in CheckFox 0.9.2. I’ve also put the source into GitHub. The XPI is also checked in over there and can be installed from there:
I will submit this to Mozilla. I’ve found in the past that can take days, sometimes weeks. In the meantime, feel free to get it from GitHub, and sorry for such a long, long delay! Work and home life have kept me very busy in recent months.
What does CheckFox do? It allows a way to select an area of a page that contains checkboxes, and check/uncheck them. Seeing some images of it in action can explain it best, though.
With this in mind, this image shows a selected set of checkboxes that are all unchecked. A right-click shows “Check” as an option to check them all…
As another example, this image shows a selected set of all checkboxes that are all checked. A right-click shows “Uncheck” as an option to uncheck them all.
If the selection contains a mixture of both checked and unchecked checkboxes, both Check and Uncheck should show up in the context menu:
The site used as an example is http://aclin.org. Pull up main page, then click the “Create a Group” link.
CheckFox 0.9.2 is now available from CheckFox project at GitHub.