Passive Cache uses Google’s text-only cache service and Archive.org Wayback Machine to display historical versions of a specified web link. This add-on allows for the viewing of a page, or site, while avoiding active connections to the target site.
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Want to quickly replace a bookmark? Try out the Replace Bookmark add-on for Firefox. This extension allows you to quickly replace an existing bookmark with a bookmark of the current page.
Have you ever thought of getting alerts on land disasters like earth quake, right on your desktop. eQuake is the solution for that.
The Social Share Counter is an interesting add-on for Firefox. Click the button on the navigation bar, this plugin shows the share number of SNS services such as Facebook, Twitter and so on.
The Manage Folders add-on for Firefox places a “Manage Folder” item on the context menu of bookmark folders, which opens the “Places Organizer” expanded to that folder.
Easy Read makes it easier to read sites on the web by blending links into articles on sites such as Wikipedia. This makes it easier to focus on and remember the great content and avoid distractions.
Record, bookmark and replay your browser activities in a snap with DéjàClick. Designed for Firefox, DéjàClick can handle the most complex websites – including AJAX, Flash, forms and more. With a single click you can repeat your most common tasks.
Ginger is the number one contextual grammar and spell checker! Install it and watch your typos, spelling mistakes and grammar mistakes disappear from Firefox in one click!
Press a hotkey to increment or decrement a number in the URL! For example http://exmaple.com/1, http://exmaple.com/2, http://exmaple.com/3 …. Useful for websites that don’t provide a next or previous button, and adds convenience for those that do.
Translate any word at any time. The Wiktionary and Google Translate add-on for Firefox will give you an in-line dictionary for any word you point to or double-click; whole page translation of any web page in another language.