For many years I used to use the addon iMacros. Sadly it became crippleware, but an old version of the addon together with the nine year old Firefox 3.5.2 solves the problem.
When i look trough the the rewiews for this addon I see a strange pattern, many five star reviews have nonsense comments like “dfghsdfdsf” or just “good”:
Compare that with the rewiews for Adblock Plus where most people write why they think it is good or bad: https://addons.mozilla.org/sv-SE/firefox/addon/adblock-plus/reviews/
Hence I believe that the five star “dfghsdfdsf”, “cxfxf” or “fghf” rewiews may not be authenthic. I did not report them as spam as I want you to see if there is a bigger pattern.
Anyways I think it is strange that one can create a great free addon and let it get high ratings, suddenly replace it with crippleware that is only useful if you pay $99 and the crippleware inherits the good ratings just as if it were a real upgrade.