What does this Firefox add-on do? It simply toggles the visibility of the bookmark toolbar on either on a keyboard short cut or main toolbar button.
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Show the contents of the Bookmarks Toolbar in a drop down menu. This compresses the bookmark menu into one button that you can put on any toolbar you want to.
Fear that Firefox is using too much memory? Try the Free Memory Button! This little add-ons provides a toolbar button and a menu item in the tools menu (can be hidden) that can be used for clearing memory that Firefox is using but does not need. It is the same as running “Minimize memory usage” in about:memory.
Need to keep track of your email all the time? Simple Gmail Counter will do that! Conveniently notifies you of new and unread emails in your Gmail inbox through an icon in your Firefox toolbar.
Adds to appMenu (Legacy) or ToolsMenu or Tool-bar, The Restart Browser menu item or Button that allows users to easily restart the web browser without losing current open pages.
This extension adds many buttons to the Customize Toolbar Window. To move them from there to the Toolbar you must right click the toolbar and press customize, select what buttons you want to use and drag them to the toolbar.
Recently, I started to reorganize some of my bookmarks in Firefox. Rather than keep a “Misc” folder to store all my random unsorted links in, I thought I should use the Unsorted Bookmarks option built into Firefox. The only problem is there is not a real easy way to add this shortcut to the Bookmark Toolbar.
Miss having the ability to push a button to get a print preview in Firefox? Just the other day I was trying to print a webpage my fiance needed and it took a while to find it. If I had this add-on, a lot of time would have been saved.
Need Settings Buttons? You might want this add-on or you might not. It will add toolbar buttons for the dialog boxes found in the options/preferences menu.
The Graphing Calculator Toolbar brings a very unique feature to the browser. You can enter up to 5 equations into this toolbar, then view the graphs using Firefox native SVG support. The toolbar allows rescaling the x and y coordinates and redefining the domain.