This add-on is a lightweight add-on that tells YouTube to load the video in HD straight away. Unlike other add-ons like it, YouTube HD causes no stall in the loading, no refresh of the page and does not manipulate the video object.
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Tired of the tweaks that YouTube has done to the subscription page? This neat add-on for Firefox will return you to a grid-based format so you can see more videos at once.
Times comments on YouTube are not adding much to the overall conversation. Sometimes they spoil the content you are trying to watch. They can even just be annoying. If you find YouTube comments annoying – try YouTube Comment Blocker.
Want to know how well a video is liked before you click on it in YouTube? Check out YTshowRating. This modifies YouTube to allow you to see the rating of related videos before you click on them. This way you will know how many thumbs up or thumbs down the video has gotten.
Now you can easily take control over all things YouTube! Tube Enhancer Plus is a great add-on for Firefox that gives you a lot of more tools to use while surfing YouTube. It adds a button under almost all the YouTube videos, the channels, and the playlists. It also adds a button to your browser, on the right side of the search-field, that allows you to open the sidebar without the need to go on YouTube to do it. If the location does not suit you, you can move this button anywhere you want.
The BYTubeD add-on for Firefox will let you download a ton of videos from YouTube, all within a matter of minutes. All you need to do is collect the links for the videos you want to download and let this great extension do the rest of the work.
Play a lot of Minecraft? Then you might want to decorate Firefox to match the game a ‘bit more. This persona will let you pretend your browser is a grassy block from the game. Just don’t punch it – I am not sure your monitor would be able to stand up to the abuse.
This is just a quick public service announcement to let you know that I have a new project in the works. As many of you know, Firefox Facts is not my only website. I also host the Web Hosting Show podcast and do some tech reviews at Mitchelaneous. I am also now starting a YouTube series called Mitchcraft.
Some websites, like Hulu for example, give you the ability to dim everything in the background on a page so that you can focus on the video you are watching. What if you could do that on every website? That is what the add-on for Firefox, Turn Off the Lights, brings to the browser.