Right Links is really cool. This extension allows to open links in new tabs with right-click directly and using “long” left-click. This is very useful for touchpads on notebooks and for mice without middle button.
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FireGestures is a customizable mouse gestures extension which enables to execute various commands and user scripts with six types of gestures.
QuickMark provides a lightning-fast way for creating bookmarks and keeping them organized. Create and place them in a folder in one mouse sweep or use the shortcuts so your hands won’t need to leave the keyboard. This comes in handy if you need a quick and easy way to bookmark a webpage you are looking at.
The add-on, Enhanced Middle Click, will display history menu, tab list menu or toggle various sidebars with middle mouse button. I often forget my mouse has a middle mouse button (I use the scroll wheel a lot though) however, this neat little add-on for Firefox has made me see things differently.
The fastest (yet safe) add-on to close tab using mouse only! Close any tab by double clicking the tab. Close current tab by triple click anywhere on the page. Optionally middle click or double right click on page to close tab.
Some people like to smoothly scroll down a webpage, but do not want to do this any other place on their computer. You can bring smooth mouse wheel scrolling to the browser with the SmoothWheel extension for Firefox. The purpose of this add-on is pretty simple, it lets you smoothly scroll down a webpage with your mouse wheel, rather than going down a few lines at a time.
Need a way to quickly do more with your mouse when browsing the web using Firefox? The MouseControl add-on is a nifty tool that allows you to switch, close, quick return, duplicate and zoom just by clicking on your mouse buttons.
There is a lot you can do with Firefox when it comes to the mouse. Now, most of the time people focus on all the keyboard shortcuts you can do with Firefox – however, the mouse shortcuts are equally as cool.
The way you use your web browser is a very personalized experience. From the way you click links, to even the way you scroll down a web page, everybody has their own way of doing things. To add a few more page scrolling tweaks to the Firefox browser, give the Smooth Wheel add-on a shot.
Smooth Wheel adds several more configurable preferences to your mouse wheel’s performance in Firefox. Here is a little ‘bit more about the extension from the developer:
Do you like being able to virtually grab a page and scroll up or down it in your browser? Now, some other programs have this ability (such as most PDF readers out there) however the web browser does not, until now. The Grab and Drag add-on for Firefox will enable grab and drag scrolling, flick gestures, and momentum scrolling in Firefox.
This comes in really handy for tablet PCs, where your pen is taking the place of your mouse. You can though use it with your mouse too, as it comes ready for 1, 2, or 3 button mouse support.