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MEGA

Install the MEGA Firefox extension for vastly improved download performance. It will allow you to batch-download an unlimited number of files without any size restrictions from MEGA.

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QuickJava

QuickJava allows quick enable and disable of Java, JavaScript, cookies, image animations, flash, silverlight, images, stylesheets and proxy from the status bar or tool bar.

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Cookie Controller

This add-on adds buttons for managing site cookie permissions, switching global cookie permissions on and off, browsing cookies, and removing cookies. The same functions are included for local and session storage.

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YouTube Auto Replay

Want to keep a YouTube video playing over and over and over again? Try out the YouTube Auto Reply add-on for Firefox. It enables automatic reply of a YouTube video or just a part of a video again and again.

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cssUpdater

Edit your css with FireBug and let cssUpdater update the corresponding property and value in your css source file. Pixel push with ease! (Please visit the homepage for more information.)

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Keylogger

Worried about what’s going on with your kids while they’re around the computer? Can’t sleep at night worrying about what’s your husband doing on your PC at 2 in the morning? Keylogger can help.

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Twoo

You’ll only ever be one click away from the latest news on Twoo, the world’s friendliest social discovery platform.  I had never heard of this social platform before, but once you dive in it does offer a lot to your casual web user.

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eBay Sidebar

This is an official eBay add-on for Firefox. The add-on helps you keep an eye on your eBay activity wherever you are on the web when you install the eBay Sidebar for Firefox. It’s a free tool built with eBay users in mind that will help you get more out of your buying and selling on eBay.

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