Want to set the maximum number of tabs Firefox can open? I am sure there is a good reason for doing this, because somebody has built and extension for it in Firefox. Max Tabs will set a maximum number of open tabs in a window.
Archive | May, 2012
Using Tumblr to share things with family, friends and people you know on the web? It is a great blogging service that lets you make your posts as complicated or as simple as you would like. With the tools they provide, you can easily post text, photos, a quote, video or links. If you grab the Tumblr add-on for Firefox, you can share all these great things with your friends even faster.
Tired of seeing retweets on Twitter? If you are using Firefox, there is a simple to use add-on that will solve your problems. Tweet-hider will hide replies and retweets in the user profile and will only show you unique content.
With PeekURL you can see a preview of a shortened website address. This tool comes in handy because it can confirm that you are not being sent to a “bad” website.
Firefox has a lot of helpful features we don’t always use or know about. One of these that gets overlooked a lot is the Quick Find feature. If you want to simply find a phrase that appears in a link on the page you are viewing, follow these simple steps:
The theme, 8 Ultimo, is a smooth and dark theme for Firefox. If the default tones of your web browser have got you a little down, you might give this sleek theme a shot.
Some people like to smoothly scroll down a webpage, but do not want to do this any other place on their computer. You can bring smooth mouse wheel scrolling to the browser with the SmoothWheel extension for Firefox. The purpose of this add-on is pretty simple, it lets you smoothly scroll down a webpage with your mouse wheel, rather than going down a few lines at a time.
Is your right-click context menu in Firefox getting a little bloated? If you go through a lot of extensions for Firefox, you can sometimes end up with more items in the right-click menu than you want. Then again, sometimes you might just want to move one option to the top while leaving lesser used options at the bottom. The Menu Editor extension for Firefox will let you customize that right-click context menu.