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.
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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.
Need a better tool to help you format webpages, before you print them? Print Edit, a Firefox add-on, makes this really easy. If your stuck on a website that does not offer a "printer friendly" version of the document you need a hard copy of – give this excellent extension a download.
Want to make Firefox look a little more like Facebook? I have a Firefox theme for you that takes its inspiration from the social networking juggernaut. The Facebook theme for Firefox actually does a pretty good job at giving you a Facebook looking browser – but still seems unique enough to not be called a carbon copy.
Want to bring the clean and classic look of the KDE graphical desktop environment to Firefox? The Oxygen KDE theme for Firefox does it with style. Giving you an alternative modern theme to browse the web in, this theme for Firefox is sure to become a favorite.
Adding virtual sticky notes can be really useful when it comes to browsing the Web. You could make notes about things you wanted to remember about a specific article – or use the them to note updates or changes you’d like to make to your own web sites. Xsticky for Firefox is a good add-on to go with if you want to add the sticky note ability to your browser.
Once installed, you can use Xsticky create simple sticky notes on every web site you visit. Some of the features included are:
Ready for a new theme for Firefox to start the new year? How about a theme that doesn’t just give you one skin to choose from, but rather two?
GrayFox, a new theme for Firefox does exactly that.
Telling you what time it is seems like a trivial task for any modern browser, however many leave the job to your operating system.
However, if you have hidden your clocks and need a way to tell what time it is from Firefox, Statusbar Date is the perfect add-on for the job.
Need to quickly navigate back in the browser history? Now sure, you could click the actual backwards button, in the Firefox navigation toolbar. I have another alternative for you to try though. MileWideBack is an add-on for Firefox that will let you click on the left border of your Firefox window to go back to the previous web page you were viewing.
What does does this extension for Firefox allow you to do? Well, if you can navigate forward if you right-click with your mouse on the Firefox border too. If you are using tabbed browsing, middle-click on the left border to close the current tab, or rotate the mouse-wheel to cycle through your current tabs.
To learn more about how to tweak this add-on, check out this tutorial:
So if you are looking for way to make your browsing experience more user friendly or unique, MileWideBack is well worth your time. Give it a shot, and let me know if you find browsing this way is better or worse than your more traditional methods.