FoxGuide is a Firefox extension that displays horizontal and vertical guides exactly the Photoshop way. Guides will appear as thin lines that float over the webpage. You can move or remove them just the way you do it Photoshop. Guides are useful for laying out elements symmetrically, structure a design and improving the overall layout.
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Tired of the tweaks that YouTube has done to the subscription page? This neat add-on for Firefox will return you to a grid-based format so you can see more videos at once.
Want a new way to quickly and elegantly switch between tabs in Firefox? FoxTab is a new experimental add-on for Firefox, and it makes switching between tabs a very unique experience.
You can view your tabs in a number of different ways:
- Wall – like a TV store. select the desired tab (“TV screen”) from a wall.
- Grid – the tabs are aligned on a grid.
- Row – the tabs arranged in a row.
- Cycle – rotate between tabs.
Activating it is easy. Either hit the toolbar button for it, or hold the Ctrl key down and then hit the Tab key. If you want to keep it front and center, just hit Ctrl + Q. From the options, you can also set the size of the tab switcher (just in case you don’t like it being full screen).
All in all it provides a new visual method for quick tab switching that is both useful and beautiful at the same time. Currently FoxTab is only for Windows users, and is an experimental add-on. If you wish to download it, and try it out – you can do so at the Firefox Add-ons site.