Do you not wish you had quick and easy access to a few of the preferences inside of Firefox? I know from time to time, I would. The Quick Preference Button extension for Firefox gives you that ability in a small drop down menu from the toolbar.
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The ability to send something quickly to a friend of family member is something a lot of us need to have. In the time that it takes to open up or E-mail client, load the information in and send it, we might forget what got us so excited in the first place. That is where the E-mail This Firefox extension comes into play.
When I shut down and leave Firefox, I want things to come back just the way they were. This way, I can get right back into doing what I was doing before without worrying about opening up the series of links again. There are a lot of session managers out there today, but the best by far is the Session Manager Firefox extension.
No, before you ask this Firefox extension has nothing to do with librarians. Think of it as a collector of your favorite extensions. The Compact Library Extension Organizer takes all your extensions and themes and makes them into one single installable .xpi file.
Mozilla is not hiding anything from you. You have nothing to fear in that department. That triple dot you see when viewing a long title is a bug. Want to squash it? If so you will need the Long Titles Firefox extension.
There hasn’t been anything new added to viewing a Web site’s source code in some time now. Personally I don’t like the viewer that comes built in with Firefox. I would rather use my own note program to view a Web site’s HTML code. What am I to do? I picked up the ViewSourceWith Firefox extension.
This afternoon I have been playing around with Firefox search plugins again. Since I have everything finalized as far as server moves and domain name changes go, I wanted to update the ones I created a few months back.
Don’t you hate it when you make it to the bottom of a really large document and you have no way to get back to the top? I run into this all the time when you read through Web hosting terms of service agreements or acceptable use policies. The Back to Top Firefox extension gives your Firefox browser a kick in the right direction to get back to the start.
After you have installed a dozen or two extensions, your menu buttons can get a little out of hand. Everything wants to add a command or link in the browser to help you use it better. Every extension leads to more choices in the menu. How can you tame this down? You need to pick up the More Tools Menu Firefox extension.
Sure, the Firefox Extension Backup Extension might be a long name. I am sure it didn’t take a market team any time at all to come up with that one. To make things simple though, let us just call it FEBE.
FEBE is another great backup solution for Firefox. FEBE allows you to quickly and easily backup your Firefox extensions. In fact, it goes beyond just backing up – It will actually rebuild your extensions individually into installable .xpi files. Now you can easily synchronize your office and home browsers.
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