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31 Ago/09

Greasemonkey To Firefox Add-On Compiler

Greasemonkey To Firefox Add-On Compiler

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Some Greasemonkey scripts can really improve the usability on specific websites. We have reviewed several popular scripts before including Greasemonkey scripts for IMDB, Twitter, 4Chan, Youtube or Google Search. Greasemonkey scripts require the Firefox Greasemonkey extension before they can be installed. Users who want to be notified about userscript updates need to install another userscript to do so (read Greasemonkey...

27 Ago/09

Vacuum Places Improved Firefox Database Optimization

Vacuum Places Improved Firefox Database Optimization

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The first Firefox add-on to optimize the SQLite databases that are used to store data like bookmarks or history was a Russian add-on that worked but did not please non-Russian speaking users. Vacuum Places Improved is a relative new add-on that features internationalization and additional options that make it a recommended add-on for users who want to optimize their Firefox databases to experience faster startups and...

9 Ago/09

Display Firefox Browsing History With History Tree

Display Firefox Browsing History With History Tree

The default Firefox history manager is not very comfortable to work with. The information that it displays are mediocre at best even if the the browsing history is displayed in the sidebar. Firefox basically display the domain name and the page of each domain that have been visited. It does not however display information about the time the websites were visited or their relation. That’s where the new Firefox add-on History Tree comes into play. History Tree can generated a tree...


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28 Lug/09

Firefox Bookmark Sorting Extension SortPlaces

Firefox Bookmark Sorting Extension SortPlaces

The firefox web browser does not offer many bookmark sorting options. The only option that is actually provided by right-clicking a folder is to sort the bookmarks by name. This is however not a permanent sort order as it gets disrupted as soon as new bookmarks are added to the folder. The sort order by name, which can be either descending or ascending, is probably not enough for many users who would like to have more control over how their bookmarks are displayed in the Internet browser. The...

27 Lug/09

Better Mouse Scrolling In Firefox With SmoothWheel

Better Mouse Scrolling In Firefox With SmoothWheel

Most Firefox users dislike how mouse scrolling is handled in the web browser. It feels everything but smooth with no apparent settings in the Firefox options to change the scroll speed or the smoothness of the operation. One of the best tools to fix the mouse scrolling behavior of Firefox is the SmoothWheel extension which can be used to configure the scroll speed extensively. The add-on is actually not only compatible with Firefox but also with the email client Thunderbird and other Mozilla...

8 Lug/09

Add Software Links To Firefox

Add Software Links To Firefox

Many users who work in a web browser need to occasionally open another application on their computer system. Webmasters might need to use a screenshot taking tool or sftp client to manage their websites. Other users might want to launch a music player, news reader or email client. The usual way of accomplishing this is to go to the start menu or computer desktop and launch the application from there. The Firefox add-on External Application Buttons mod changes this as it allows Firefox...

24 Giu/09

Ubiquity 0.5 Improves Language Powers, Adds Great Tutorial [Downloads]

Ubiquity 0.5 Improves Language Powers, Adds Great Tutorial [Downloads]

Firefox: Ubiquity, the experimental Firefox extension that works as an ultimate Firefox command line, grows into a 0.5 release with better non-English language support, smarter parsing of text input, and, perhaps best of all, a helpful step-by-step tutorial for newcomers. English language users will be most interested to hear that multi-word Ubiquity commands no longer require hyphens, the result of a new parsing engine being worked up for this release. That engine can also make asynchronous,...

10 Apr/09

Widerbug Tweaks Firebug to Fit Your Wide Screen [Downloads]

Widerbug Tweaks Firebug to Fit Your Wide Screen [Downloads]

Firefox: If you’ve ever sighed and said “Oh Firebug, if only you were wide screen!”, today is your lucky day. Widerbug is a version of the popular web development tool tweaked for wide screens. Firebug is a handy tool for examining the HTML and CSS code of a website along with the page itself. The original extension orients the site and the code horizontally, as seen here. You can detach the panels and move them around, but then they don’t update when you switch...

3 Feb/09

SimilarWeb Suggests Related Web Sites [Firefox]

SimilarWeb Suggests Related Web Sites [Firefox]

Firefox only (Windows/Mac/Linux): Firefox extension SimilarWeb is a robust user-driven site suggestion and rating service. A single click from any site yields a list of related sites and data on other surfers’ impressions. Unlike previously reviewed Youlicit—also a user driven site-suggestion service—SimilarWeb allows you use the extension interface for both browsing and voting instead of being limited to a web-based directory. Once you have the extension installed,...

24 Gen/09

UrlbarExt Adds Super Powers to the Awesome Bar [Featured Firefox Extension]

UrlbarExt Adds Super Powers to the Awesome Bar [Featured Firefox Extension]

Firefox only (Windows/Mac/Linux): Firefox extension UrlbarExt adds 7 new buttons to the Awesome bar with a wide range of genuinely useful functionality to power up your browsing experience. We’ve mentioned this extension before, but it has since updated with more functionality and upgraded from experimental to officially approved by the Mozilla Add-ons site (no longer requiring a login to install). The functionality of the default buttons include, from left to right: Copy the current...

23 Gen/09

Gui:config Gives Easy Access to Hidden Firefox Settings [Featured Firefox Extension]

Gui:config Gives Easy Access to Hidden Firefox Settings [Featured Firefox Extension]

Firefox only (Windows/Mac/Linux): Firefox extension gui:config adds an advanced settings panel with easy access to options normally hidden behind cryptic about:config options. Once installed, the extension adds a new Advanced Settings item to the Tools menu for accessing the hidden settings. Rather than making you install the add-on to see if the settings apply to you, we’ll just take a quick tour through all of the screens so you can visually figure out if you want to install it...

15 Gen/09

TabCloser Kills Similar Tabs In Fewer Clicks [Featured Firefox Extension]

TabCloser Kills Similar Tabs In Fewer Clicks [Featured Firefox Extension]

Firefox only (Windows/Mac/Linux): Firefox extension TabCloser adds a tab context menu item that quickly closes all tabs from web sites with the same domain name. Once installed, simply right-click on the tab and choose “Close all hostname.org tabs” to kill all similar tabs. The only irritation is the “Are you sure?” confirmation message that doesn’t appear to have a setting to disable—though it might save you from accidentally closing something important. Readers...

14 Gen/09

Ubiquity Sees Major Update, New Look, Better Performance [Featured Firefox Extension]

Ubiquity Sees Major Update, New Look, Better Performance [Featured Firefox Extension]

Popular Firefox extension Ubiquity—which adds a natural language command line to Firefox—sees a significant update today. The extension, developed by the folks at Mozilla, now boasts a killer new look, faster performance, improved stability, and more relevant results. If you’re really gaga for Ubiquity, the new version even allows user to create their own skins. If you’re new to Ubiquity and want to get a better idea of what commands it can perform, check out Ubiquity...

29 Nov/08

TooManyTabs Manages Firefox Tabs, Frees Up Memory [Featured Firefox Extension]

TooManyTabs Manages Firefox Tabs, Frees Up Memory [Featured Firefox Extension]

Firefox only (Windows/Mac/Linux): Experimental Firefox extension TooManyTabs organizes extra browser tabs in Firefox, allowing you to store over 50 extra tabs in a special row for quick access at a later time. That may not sound terribly exciting by itself, but what if I told you that every tab you push to the TooManyTabs row frees up memory by turning the tabs you shelve into idle tabs? According to the developers, any time you move a tab onto a TooManyTabs row (which you do by hovering...