Tag Archives | extension

Google Calendar

Need to access your Google Calendar at all times? This extension for Firefox will make accessing your Google Calendar quick and easy. Just click a button in your toolbar, and you have your calendar, dates and everything important to you right in front of your face.

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GenderSwapper

Want to swap the mention of genders online? This add-on will allow you to swap the Gender of the Internet! “he” becomes “she”, “feminist” becomes “mens right activist” and so on. It knows over 500 Words so far. The Results are both hilarious and revealing.

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Right Links

Right Links is really cool. This extension allows to open links in new tabs with right-click directly and using “long” left-click. This is very useful for touchpads on notebooks and for mice without middle button.

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AngScope

Simple Firebug extension that allows you to inspect the AngularJS scope that a DOM element binds to. This is not an official extension by the Angular JS team. It’s something I wrote for me and my colleagues, I find it useful and like to share.

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Rain Alarm Extension

Rain Alarm Extension for FirefoxThis weather extension is able to warn you against precipitation (like rain or snow) by a notification. One click and you can watch what is coming by the up-to-date radar animation on top of Google Maps. The data used originates from governmental weather services.

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Universal Print

Universal Print ReviewPrint all the tabs!

The Firefox extension, Universal Print, provides Firefox with four printing modes: print this tab, print all tabs, print select tabs or print preview.  These are definitely options I wish I had with the default Firefox installation. It is nice to know I can now print multiple tabs without having to jump to each one to start the process over again, and again, and again.

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How to Disable Firefox Add-ons

Need to disable some Firefox Add-ons? Personally speaking, I would consider add-ons to be themes, plugins and extensions you add to Firefox.  If you need to troubleshoot a problem with the browser, disabling the Firefox add-ons you have added can sometimes be the quickest way to find the problem.

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