A button to be able to open the profile folder, along with two buttons to create profiles, and also switch the current profile.
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Adds buttons to toggle the using the default page colors and fonts, and the page defined colors and fonts.
Price Comparison made easy, directly in Firefox – Get alerts if other stores offer better prices for the products you’re viewing. Price Expert shows you the same products with better prices in different stores, discount coupons or irresistible deals.
Axon provides access to the Wordnik dictionary and all Wikipedia articles in every language. Double-click on a word to open the Wordnik dictionary definition in a speech balloon. If the word is not available Axon continues on Wikipedia.
Evernote is a very useful suite of services that make notetaking and archiving very easy. You can save notes as webpages, a part of a webpage, a photo, a voice memo or much more. When it comes to using it with Firefox – there are two great add-ons you have to check out:
This extension adds many buttons to the Customize Toolbar Window. To move them from there to the Toolbar you must right click the toolbar and press customize, select what buttons you want to use and drag them to the toolbar.
People love to change the way Firefox looks. Changing the appearance of the browser is one of the many reasons many people love using Firefox. However, have you tried some of these most popular appearance add-ons for Firefox? Here are the ones ranked highest in popularity by Mozilla themselves.
Huffduffer is a site that allows you to create a podcast of found sounds. When you find interesting audio files on the web, you can add them to your Huffduffer podcast using this plug-in. Right-click on an MP3 file and select “huffduff it” from the context menu.
A very simple extension for learning web page colors. Copy the RGB or Hex color code of any pixel displayed in your browser to the clipboard (in CSS/HTML format). Less than 40 lines of code. Similar in function to Internet Explorer’s color picker.
Your browser trusts many certification authorities and intermediate sub-authorities quietly, every time you enter an HTTPS web site. This add-on reveals when certificates are updated, so you can ensure it was a legitimate change.