Having problems printing in Firefox? It could be you just need to reset things to make them work as they once did. With adding and removing add-ons, sometimes your settings can get tweaked. Here are a few troubleshooting tips to try out.
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CSS Live Reloader is a Firefox extension to ease website CSS development. The extension reloads a page CSS whenever it changes on the server, resulting in something close to live editing of the stylesheet.
A super basic add-on that adds a ‘refresh frame’ button to the right-click context menu. Great addition for developers working on systems that utilize HTML frames.
This add-on displays web vulnerability information from PunkSPIDER about the site you’re currently visiting. PunkSPIDER is an open source project that scans the entire Internet for web vulnerabilities and provides the results free and open to the public.
Weekdone provides you a quick form to plan your weekly tasks and journal done items. Share key goals, accomplishments and challenges with your team. Just click the toolbar icon to access your form and fill in your report form without closing the page you are already on. Weekdone is a quick team dashboard with weekly e-mail reports for every manager or team leader too.
Use Zimbra? This add-on notifies you when new messages arrive in your Zimbra mailbox. You can view your next appointments and see also ongoing tasks.
MyBrowserPage is an innovative start page in Metro-style, contains links to the most popular websites like Facebook, a series of links to utilities, Integrated search/viewer for Music and Video and web-search with the major search engines.
When installed this add-on will colorize your tabs depending on the protocol they use (currently [http/https red/green respectively] only). So you would know if you are browsing through a secured connection even if you have hidden the navigation bar.
Have you seen Tab Set Saver? It lets you save a set of tabs into a single HTML file (thumbnails included), and restore one or all of the tabs from this file at a later time.
With More in Content UI + you can view interface in tabs (or sidebar) rather than floating window. It means that you can change default behavior of commands in Firefox and add-ons (menu items, toolbar button, etc.) from opening an interface in window to opening it in sidebar or tab.