Feel like you need a good shaming from Firefox? This add-on will guilt you with suggestions of more productive things you could have done rather than spend time on social networks. Sometimes you need an extra kick in the pants to get things done and the wasted-time-calculator can definitely do that.
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The Graphing Calculator Toolbar brings a very unique feature to the browser. You can enter up to 5 equations into this toolbar, then view the graphs using Firefox native SVG support. The toolbar allows rescaling the x and y coordinates and redefining the domain.
Need a quick an easy way to see what two plus two is? I am pretty sure the answer is still four – but I could be wrong. That is why I like to have the Calculator Bar handy. This Firefox extension gives you one of those “number adding machines” on top of your status bar.
Then again, if you don’t want to bother with an extension you could always just type 1+1 into that Google search box on the search bar. After doing that, you should get the answer you are looking for as well.
You see – two tips in one post, I am all about giving you the goods.
This Firefox Fact comes from Lifehacker.com:
Reader Jerry points out that Firefox 2’s suggest-as-you type Google search box is an instant calculator. Simply type your mathematical formula into the search box (Alt-K Cntrl-K to get there quick) and you’ll get your answer even before you hit the equals sign. Awesome.
This extension for Firefox is pretty straight forward. It gives you the ability to have a little calculator in your sidebar for all those times you need to crunch some numbers on the Web. Sure, I haven’t ever had to do that either – but it is nice to know it is there.