After installing a dozen or so extensions, you menus inside of Firefox might start to look a little cluttered. How can you fix this problem? You can either start getting rid of extensions, or you can add one more. Personally I love all my extensions equally – so I am going to pick the second choice and get the Tools Menu Organizer. This will at least help you get the tools menu under control.
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Ever wanted a drop-down menu of all your open tabs? The Tabs Menu Firefox extension does just that. This was not one of my must have features in Firefox, but now that I have tried it – it isn’t that bad at all.
The menu lists all the tabs contained in the current window so that it’s easier to see the full titles of tabs and switch between them when the tab’s title becomes too small to read or the tabs have disappeared off the right-hand side.
Does it really bother you that the sidebar that comes up in Firefox is on the left side? Would you rather it would come up on the right side? If you are this picky – you need some help.
Since I am not in the place to give you the professional kind, I figured I would help you out with the technical kind. The Sidebar on Right Firefox extension should fix your annoyance and get you back to browsing.
Do you think your menu bar takes up too much of your browsing room in Firefox? Over the years, not a lot of changes have happened to the menu bar that your find on top of most applications. Your File, Edit, View choices always seem to stay the same. What if we could shrink Firefox’s menu bar down to one drop down menu? That would save some space, right?
After you install, right click on any toolbar and choose customize. Drag all items in the navigation toolbar (back/forward, address bar, etc) up into the menu bar. Right click on a toolbar again, and un-select the (now empty) navigation bar. Tada, tiny!