URL MultiCopy allows saving of links multiple times from multiple locations and then pasting all to the Clipboard. It does not interfere with normal copy/paste functions until data is saved to clipboard.
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Text MultiCopy allows saving of texts multiple times from multiple locations and then pasting all to the clipboard. It does not interfere with normal copy/paste functions until data is saved to clipboard.
This extension lets you to copy page’s title & URL in two clicks, as the old Opera browser did. Now it’s easier to share link with someone without explaining what’s this page about.
Textmarker! is a text higlighter and text copying tool for Firefox. It allows you to highlight text selections via keyboard and context menu and then highlighted text to be copied. 3 highlighter colors can be configured.
Copy a page’s details such as its link, title, URL and HTML source with one click so you can paste it anywhere else such as emails, documents, blogs and forums. Copy details of a single page or all open tabs and format text as plain text or HTML.
Copy All Links is amazing. This lightweight add-on allows you to copy all the links on a web page, or only the ones in selection. It also allows you to choose weather to copy all the links or only download links.
Want to copy text without the formatting? Try out Copy Plain Text 2 for Firefox. This makes copying text and saving it elsewhere really easy. It is a perfect tool for anybody writing a paper, doing research on a topic or many other things.
The extension for Firefox, Copy Urls Expert, provides options to ‘Copy Urls of All Opened Tabs in Current Window’, ‘Copy Urls of Tabs in All Windows’, ‘Copy Urls of All Links in Selected Text’ and ‘Copy Urls of All Images in Selection’. Allows to open multiple tabs.
Simple add-ons that do their job, and do it well always make me happy. The add-on Copy Fixer is no exception to this rule. With this add-on installed in Firefox, you can make copying and pasting webpages you are visiting really easy.
Need to duplicate a tab in Firefox, so you can have the same content loaded up in two Firefox windows? Not sure, you could just copy and paste the URL into both browsers – but who has the time? I have an easier solution to fix this problem.