The Double-click Image Downloader adds a new and interesting feature to the browser. Double-clicking any image will download it to your default download directory and give it the filename it has online. Shift-double-clicking will send it to the last used directory instead of the default. Existing files will be overwritten!
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DblClicker is a very light extension designed to help browsing experience by enabling double-click action to open links in new tab. This is an add-on for Firefox that is designed to save you time. We all hate to have to right-click to open a link in a new tab. This add-on eliminates that step.
The fastest (yet safe) add-on to close tab using mouse only! Close any tab by double clicking the tab. Close current tab by triple click anywhere on the page. Optionally middle click or double right click on page to close tab.
There is nothing more annoying than finding a link to a page you want to navigate to and you can’t just click it to get there. Call it shotty webmastering or bad design, but it does happen. However, there is a Firefox add-on that will save the day and it’s name is Text Link.
Need a way to quickly do more with your mouse when browsing the web using Firefox? The MouseControl add-on is a nifty tool that allows you to switch, close, quick return, duplicate and zoom just by clicking on your mouse buttons.
Tired of right-clicking to get a link to open in a new Firefox tab? Well, with the DblClicker installed – that will be a thing of the past. This simple add-on for Firefox adds double clicking to the list of things you can do in your browser to bring up new links.
Rather than hunting down the X to close your current tab, what if all you had to do was wish upon a star, and then right click anywhere on the tab you wish to shut down? I will let you know how to get that done, without the need of the “wishing upon a star” part.
Here is an easy fix to an easy problem. Do you need a better way to reload that Web page you are looking at? You could go all the way up to the reload button – or you could install the Reload Tab On Double-Click extension for Firefox. The choice is yours!