This extension adds a “Tags” column in the password manager. You may specify an arbitrary comma-separated list of tags for any password by double-clicking the appropriate cell in the Tags column (or by selecting “Edit tags” in the context menu or by pressing “t” while the row is focused) and typing it in.
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Need to do a little spring cleaning of your bookmarks? You can start by sorting your bookmarks by name. This is an often used trick of mine that I do a lot but don’t think I have discussed here yet. Get control of your bookmarks by making them easier to proverbially scroll through.
TableTools2 is a great Firefox add-on that will allow you to do all kinds of useful things with tables you find online. For example, if you have to work with tables in your personal life or at work – this extension will let you copy, sort and search data in any table. The add-on is also very fast and works with older versions of Firefox too.
Need to filter your Facebook information?
Have to many friends, or do you just not care that Bobby ranked up in Mafia Wars or Julie found a cat in FarmVille? Thanks to the Facebook Filter add-on for Firefox, you can customize the kind of content you see from your Facebook friends.
Picking a location for all of your downloaded files is an easy thing to do. All you have to do is go to Tools in the menu bar, then Options, then in the Main tab, pick your place to save your downloads. What if you want all your downloaded .zip files in a folder named “Archives” and files downloaded from Mozilla.org to go into a folder named, “Mozilla Downloads”? Then you need the Automatic Save Folder add-on for Firefox.
When you name your add-on for Firefox Incredible Bookmarks, you know you are setting the bar pretty high, right from the introduction. Pitched to users as the greatest add-on suite for bookmark lovers, Incredible Bookmarks for Firefox does impress.
The features to love here are plentiful. You can dynamically, show bookmarks by using folder and search terms. Highlight the bookmarks in any color you would like, sort the bookmarks by name, visit time, last visited and most visited, and a lot more.
Am I weird? I never fell victim to becoming obsessive compulsive about eBay so maybe a lot of these tools fell under the radar for me before, but after taking a look there are a slew of Firefox extensions to help you get the most out of your online auctions.
Firefox Companion for eBay – The official Firefox and eBay extension. It keep an eye on your eBay trading wherever you are on the web.
eBayCaptcha Populator – Promises to fill in the captchas for you on the eBay web site. Yes, those boxes where you have to type in ridiculous phrases to show your human.
myibay eBay bid sniper – linking to myibay.com eBay bid sniper will help you snipe and monitor your auctions.
ShortShip Pro – Adds real-time sorting of eBay listings by total and shipping, and so much more! We do everything we can to make eBay a better place to shop.
myTimeZone for eBay – Automatically converts times on eBay pages to your local time zone and custom formats dates/times to be more readable.
eBay Buddy – This is a small extension for quick navigation of eBay and other related tools through the right-click context menu or toolbar button.
Know of anymore good eBay tools for Firefox?