This extension is a must have tool for web developers and testers to monitor website cookies. This tool gives a easy and enhanced view of all the cookies in your browser. You can also view, add, modify and delete cookies for any website that has saved a cookie to your browser too.
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Want to tweak the way the download manager from within Firefox works? You can now tweak the way downloads are handled in a number different ways with the Download Manager Tweak add-on for Firefox.
The main thing you might notice, right off the bat, is the ability to changes download manager’s appearance and allow the download manager to be opened in a window, tab, or sidebar.
A few more options available to you are:
- The ability to always ask where to save a file or always save files to one default location
- Open the download manager after a delay of X milliseconds
- Show or hide the toolbar on the bottom of the window
- Show or hide the infobar, attached to the folder
- Disable or enable the download manager theme changes
- and much more!
This is an add-on for Firefox I could seriously see adding to my default add-ons list I put on every personal Firefox install I do, it is that cool. The Download Manager Tweak extension is free to download, so give it a shot – and let me know how much you enjoy it.
Are you running short on room for your multiple tabs? TooManyTabs is an add-on for Firefox that will give you the ability to store up to 50 tabs in multiple extra rows with a simple click.
In turn, with this extra organization, you have better visualization and prioritizing for the pages you are navigating through. Here are a few more details from the TooManyTabs developer:
Instead of allowing idle tabs to waste your PC’s memory, you can now put your tabs on the extra rows, remove them from the memory, and restore* them in your browser when you need them again. The extra rows also allow you to better prioritize and visualize your tabs. Finding the right tab have never been easier! It is now guilt-free to be a tab-aholic!
Some more features of this extension include:
- Restore up to 20 recently closed tabs
- Marking tabs in different colors
- Options to customize number of rows
- Option to open tabs adjacent to your selected tab
- Open all tabs of the same row in TooManyTabs
As an extra bonus, you can also pin your most visited tabs onto the TooManyTabs and access them anytime. Also, pinned tabs will stay on the TooManyTabs row until you unpin them. To learn more about the development of this Firefox extension be sure to check out their official web site, and if you are ready to give it a shot – you can pick it up on the Firefox Add-ons site.
Not really a mail client, and not really a part of your browser either – Simple Mail wants to be the lightweight e-mail client you thought you always wanted but never thought you could have. The Simple Mail extension allows you to write, read and get notified about message from inside of Firefox.
Some of the features include:
- Color coded messages
- Can set to “download headers only”
- Delete messages from the server
- Address book
If you are used to using a heavy duty e-mail client, this might not be the addon for you. If mail management isn’t that important to your day to day life and you just need an easy way of checking it, then Simple Mail is the client for you.
Some might complain that the various extensions for Firefox that Delicious puts out there can be a little bloated. I used both their classic and new extensions for a while, and I can’t put myself in that camp but I can see where others might have an argument.
That is where the SimpleDelicious extension comes into play. Its goal is to make managing and browsing your Delicious bookmarks a little more simple. SimpleDelicious provides realtime syncing with your online bookmarks and ease of use right from your browser. You can gain access to your bookmarks from anywhere with this Firefox extension.
So would people rather use this or the Firefox plugin that the Delicious team puts out themselves?
After you have been on the Web for a while, you collect a ton of bookmarks from Web sites you have visited and want to visit again. Now organizing these and putting them in places where it is easier for you to find them is another task that some might hate to do. So how do you manage your Firefox bookmarks?
To get to the Bookmarks manager click on “Bookmarks” in the menu bar and then click on “Manage Bookmarks…”. A new window should come up with your Bookmarks Manager loaded inside.
Now this is where all the magic happens as far as bookmarks go. You can add new bookmarks from here. You can organize them into new folders. You can drag and drop them around to where you need them to be.
In the Bookmarks Manager, if you click File and then “Import” you can import your bookmarks from another browser or from a file. If you want to export your bookmarks to back them up or take them to another browser, all you need to do is go to File and then hit “Export”. You can then save them anywhere you wish as a “.html” file.
One more neat feature that people don’t pay much attention to is the “View” option in the Bookmark Manager’s menu bar. Clicking on that will allow you to sort your bookmarks in any number of ways. If you are looking for a specific one – this would be the way to find it.
How do you add things to the Bookmarks Toolbar? All you need to do is drag and drop bookmarks or folders into the folder called “Bookmarks Toolbar Folder”. If this name is a little too long for you – you can also rename it and you shouldn’t be hurting anything. I renamed mine to “Links”.
CookieSwap is an extension that enables you to maintain numerous sets or “profiles” of cookies that you can quickly swap between while browsing. if you have more than one person using your version of Firefox, this extension makes switching between folks almost painless.
After it is installed, you can select who’s cookies you would like to use in the bottom section of the Firefox browser window. If you design web sites, you can setup numerous cookie profiles to look like different types of users and swap between those users quickly and easily to test your site in numerous modes.
The folks over at LookLater have created a new and neat way to manage your bookmarks. The LookLater extension for Firefox gives you Instant searchable bookmarks in your own private online archive. Some of the features include:
- Bookmark links, pages or images
- Automatically save context with each bookmark
- Search in titles or context or browse by date or site
- Tag bookmarks and import your existing tags
- No software to install, just a bookmarklet
- Integrates with del.icio.us, Google, eBay and more
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