Seems like a few people thought I forgot a few favorite extensions with the 25 Tweaks for Your Firefox Status Bar. So, I thought why not revisit the idea and toss in some of the suggestions I received from all of you.
Flagfox – displays a country flag depicting the location of the current web site’s server
PingPong – start up a game of pong, anytime you feel the urge
FoxyMeter – how far have you surfed?
GA? – Is Google Analytics Installed – checks to see if Google Analytics is installed on any given page
Cookie Monster – gives you easy access to how cookies are used in your browser
infoRSS – displays RSS, Atom, parsed HTML and NNTP feed in a scrolling area in the status bar
Server Spy – indicates what brand of HTTP server (e.g. Apache, IIS, etc.) runs on the visited sites
Status-bar Scientific Calculator – a calculator that is very scientific!
Html Validator – adds HTML validation inside Firefox
Browse Images – browses all linked images of a page one after another or at once
MoneyQuake – displays your real-time earning statistics
whos.amung.us Users Online Counter – shows how many people are currently on your web site in accordance with the whos.amung.us widget
Converter – contextual unit and time zone conversion on any web page
QuickPageZoom – another quick page zoom add-on for the status bar
PhishTank SiteChecker – gives Firefox users a way to bring the community judgment of PhishTank
Forecastfox – get international weather forecasts from AccuWeather.com, and display it in any toolbar or statusbar
NoScript – allow active content to run only from sites you trust, and protect yourself against XSS and clickjacking attacks
Download Statusbar – view and manage downloads from a tidy statusbar – without the download window getting in the way of your web browsing
FoxyTunes – lets you control almost any media player and find lyrics, covers, videos, bios and much more with a click right from your browser
Stylish – customize the look of the application and of web sites with Stylish, a user styles manager
Gmail Manager – allows you to manage multiple Gmail accounts and receive new mail notifications
Turn it Off? – The last would be to turn the status bar off. To do so, go to View (in the menu bar) and then click on Status Bar. Doing so will turn it off. Repeat the same steps to turn it back on. So now, after doing 50 tips to tweak your status bar – which did I miss?