FireGestures is a customizable mouse gestures extension which enables to execute various commands and user scripts with six types of gestures.
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Bring your bookmarks into view with just a gesture. Move the sidebar across the screen. Open a different sidebar by just clicking its title. And more! Keeps your sidebar simple and quick to access!
DeeperWeb is a very interesting add-on for Firefox. Easily navigate through Google search results using a fast, simple and useful Tag-Cloud technique. Use the Topic-Mapping-Technologies for quick access to answers, news, videos, blogs, Wikipedia and more. Install now and boost your search.
Stratiform is the ultimate user friendly customization add-on for Firefox. It puts the power in the average user’s hands to customize the browser’s look.
Now you can easily take control over all things YouTube! Tube Enhancer Plus is a great add-on for Firefox that gives you a lot of more tools to use while surfing YouTube. It adds a button under almost all the YouTube videos, the channels, and the playlists. It also adds a button to your browser, on the right side of the search-field, that allows you to open the sidebar without the need to go on YouTube to do it. If the location does not suit you, you can move this button anywhere you want.
Your browsing history in Firefox can very easily be cleared automatically. This can save you a lot of time, because there are a lot of things that it grabs and keeps that you might not need for it to. So, this is a very quick and easy guide to get this done within Firefox.
Looking for a new Firefox theme? You might want to try out Afterglow. While not the prettiest theme I have used, it does have a unique look and comes with a lot of nice customization options to help you make the theme your own, if you like to tweak little things about the browser.
Would you rather have your tabs back at the bottom of the toolbars rather than the top? This is an easy enough thing to fix with just two clicks of the mouse.
If there was one thing I could say about the new Firefox 4 layout and design, it would be that minimal is the new black. It seems that moving forward we are going to get less and less user interface. So, to help follow that eventual trend in design – let us go ahead and shrink the new Add-on Bar down some with Barlesque.
Diving back into the world of customizing Firefox 4 to suit our needs, some people have complained about the new Firefox button and not being able to move or change it. Sure, it is just living up there at the top of the window – minding it’s own business. I say we need to find him a new home though, and thankfully we can with the Movable Firefox Button add-on for Firefox.