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In Firefox 3.6 ImgLikeOpera does what I want: I can selectively download images I want to view, have some sites that show images by default, show only cached images etc. The only issue is slight incompatibility with AutoPager.

Hovewer, in Firefox 4 I don't see any flexible image visibility manager: ImgLikeOpera 0.6.20 works bad (Ctrl+Rightclick fails, Alt+M fails, no toolbar item etc.) and ImageBlock 2.1 is too simple - I don't see image placeholders and can't show them individually?

Are there some another extensions that I should try?

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Have you tried ImgLikeOpera 0.6.21 yet? – Mr.Wizard May 11 '11 at 16:35
Please repost as an answer, 0.6.21 works well. – Vi. May 11 '11 at 16:58
Okay, I did that. :-) – Mr.Wizard May 11 '11 at 17:00
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There is an update to ImgLikeOpera, version 0.6.21 Please try that.

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