This extension provides a list to almost all the settings that you may need to alter in order to enhance Firefox’s speed.
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There are some powerful tweaking options in the “About” pages hidden deep within Firefox. Now, unless you have these memorized – they can sometimes be a little hard to remember. This is a very simple Firefox add-on consisting in a button which shows a list of all the “about” pages (including some other add-ons’ “about”).
Gmail Notifier Plus alerts you of new email messages. Users can also read or reply to emails, delete or mark them as read, all without having to open a new window.
One thing that sort of bugs me about Firefox is there is no real way to tell the difference between your active tab and your non-active tabs, other than a slight change in the background color. The User Style, FF3+ Increase active tab minimum width, will allow you to increase the minimum width of the active tab to make it stand out a little more.
One of the biggest complaints I have read about Firefox 4 is that Mozilla has eliminated the status bar we have all grown to be accustom to. However, just to prove that Mozilla does listen to the fans – they have given us a replacement, sort of. The status bar might be gone – but now we have the add-on bar.
Need to tweak the Google search interface, and make it look the way you want it to look? Maybe you want a few more columns of results? Maybe you don’t like the related searches? One great tool to use to tweak your Google search interface is GoogleMonkeyR. This user script written for the Greasemonkey add-on will have you tweaking Google in just a few clicks.
Tabs are a feature in Firefox we all take for granted some times. It has become so normal for us to uses them, they just don’t seem that exciting anymore. Well, if you feel like your tab bar has lost some of it’s specialness – be sure to check out these ten terrific tab tweaking tips.
Want to make your misspelled words stand out a ‘bit more when composing a message in Firefox? It is easy to do with this quick about:config tweak. You can select no highlighting, a dotted line, long dots, a single straight line, a double underline or the default squiggly line.
Here is how you can make your spelling mistakes stand out more in Firefox.
Ever needed to see your Firefox status bar when browsing in full screen mode (you can get into full screen mode by hitting the F11 key on your keyboard). If you answered, “Yes, tell me more!” do I ever have that add-on of your dreams.
Simply called Full Screen Status Bar, this add-on for Firefox shows the status bar in full screen mode. It is a very simple tweak that should make many full screen web browser users very happy.
Pick it up for yourself, and give it a shot at the Mozilla add-ons web site.
There are many ways you can customize Firefox to make it fit your personal needs. Don’t like the fact that the tabs are just a little rounded, and wish they were more rounded? No need to try to find a theme that fits your needs. I have for you, four ways to round off your tabs in Firefox using the Stylish extension. You can round off all tabs, one tab corner, just the selected tab or forget about all this rounded stuff and make them all square.
Want to make all of your tabs more rounded inside of Firefox? This user style will help you get that look and feel inside of Firefox.
If you are not that crazy about the idea of having too many rounded edges, you could just round the upper-right of the tab, if needed.
Now, if you have absolute distain for the idea of rounding off your tabs, I have a user style for you too. With this one, you can make the tabs less rounded, and more square.
Last, but not least, you could also decide to round off only the selected tab. The reason for doing this is to help visually make it different from the others so that you can pick it out from the crowd of tabs in your tab toolbar.
You now have more than a few ways to make your tabs stand out from the rest of the crowd.