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ZaddyDog
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posted posted 04-07-2005 03:35

What are your favourite FF extensions.
(other than the really common ones like adblock)

Two of mine:
1) Nuke Anything
2) Scrapbook

DL-44
Maniac (V) Inmate

From: under the bed
Insane since: Feb 2000

posted posted 04-07-2005 03:52

web developer tool bar
edit css
chrome edit
launchy
colorzilla

ZaddyDog
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posted posted 04-07-2005 04:13

DL:
Thanks for the ChromEdit...i thought it was for chromeless..but it turns out to be pretty handy.


edit: which brings out another point - without sifting thru lines and lines of code, which tweaks are really worth pursuing?

http://www.mozilla.org/unix/customizing.html

(Edited by ZaddyDog on 04-07-2005 04:17)

reitsma
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From: the smaller bedroom
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posted posted 04-07-2005 05:26

i've become dependent on the all-in-one gestures extension, which is a very bad thing. put me on a clean, extensionless install of FF (or just plain old IE), and i have no idea what i'm doing.

tinyurl creator is great if you're a compulsive link-emailer, like me.

ieview is a great tool for developers - right click a link, or a page, and it'll open that URL in IE.

webdev toolbar is also amazing, as is adblock. getting full use out of adblock just totally changes your browsing experience. for example, adblock the url adserver.*, and you won't even know what you're missing! Alternatively, if you stumble across a site with articles you do want to read, but a few images that could attract unwanted attention in the workplace, simply adblock that image. If there's a sig you just don't want displayed any more, don't start a flamewar by whinging, just adblock it!

all i need now is an extension that will create an all-in-one backup install of MY firefox. So i can install FF anywhere, and have all my extensions on there, and ready to go. I don't suppose that exists anywhere?

redroy
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From: 1393
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posted posted 04-07-2005 05:41

Web Developer Toolbar is the best.

bitdamaged
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posted posted 04-07-2005 07:44

well web dev, TabBrowser Preferences, and suprisingly (I didn't think I'd use it as much as I do) the Foxy Tunes toolbar which allows you to control Winamp.



.:[ Never resist a perfect moment ]:.

WebShaman
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From: Happy Hunting Grounds...
Insane since: Mar 2001

posted posted 04-07-2005 07:51

Resize Search Box

Gmail Notifier

ChatZilla

Adblock

Those are the ones I use most.

LaSun
Paranoid (IV) Inmate

From: deep inside my head
Insane since: Sep 2001

posted posted 04-07-2005 12:53

ooh, scrapbook and adblock are great! thanks for pointing them out. i've been neglecting my extension updates lately.

my favourites before these were webdeveloper and edit css - which was an immense help to me in learning css.

Skaarjj
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posted posted 04-07-2005 17:03

Definately my web developer tooldbar. And you know, we don't charge by the letter for thread titles here


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CPrompt
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From: there...no..there.....
Insane since: May 2001

posted posted 04-07-2005 17:12

man.....i love FF extensions.

  • Spoof stick
  • Web Dev bar
  • Cute Menus
  • miniT (drag and drop tabs)
  • Tab Prefs
  • Sage
  • Foxy Tunes
  • Copy URL is pretty cool for emailing links
  • Smooth Wheel
  • ChatZilla



quote:
Skaarjj said:

Definately my web developer tooldbar. And you know, we don't charge by the letter for thread titles here




hehehe.......

Later,

C:\

Iron Wallaby
Paranoid (IV) Inmate

From: USA
Insane since: May 2004

posted posted 04-07-2005 18:05

I get the most use out of Hit-A-Hint. Makes for efficient, no-mouse surfing, which is made even better on Linux (in which I control windows with the keyboard as well ;p).

http://www.hut.fi/~psillanp/hah_hp/

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wrayal
Bipolar (III) Inmate

From: Cranleigh, Surrey, England
Insane since: May 2003

posted posted 04-07-2005 18:08

Personally, I quite like fireFTP - integrated ftp client
I have many others, but that is the one I use most

Meh, one day I'll have a website worth seeing...honest

Blaise
Bipolar (III) Inmate

From: London
Insane since: Jun 2003

posted posted 04-07-2005 18:16

Well WebDev Toolbar naturally I'm also using...

AdBlock,
SmartSearch
Translate
ColorZilla
Tweak Network
forecastFox
BetterSearch
Html Validator
chatzilla (irc client)

I would really recommend SmartSearch, I like to highlight words etc and right click to search on google, but this allows me to use all my quick searches, for example I've made multimap a quicksearch now I just highlight a postcode and voila, i have a map opening up in a new tab

ZaddyDog
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posted posted 04-08-2005 00:36
quote:
Skaarjj said:

And you know, we don't charge by the letter for thread titles here



Thx S
TTFN

Rinswind 2th
Maniac (V) Inmate

From: Den Haag: The Royal Residence
Insane since: Jul 2000

posted posted 04-08-2005 01:00

Currently installed:

-Edit css
-Javascript debugger
-Bookmarks Synchronizer --> This handy tool can connect to the internet (ftp/http/https) and collects and updates all your bookmarks to an online site.
-Disable target for downloads --> kills those anoying empty screens when downloading stuff
-Anidisable --> controls moving gifs
-Image zoom --> take a better look ad some pictures (or your pron collection)
-Adblock

For an even better internet experience i advise you to change theme to the Saferfox expander theme. This minimalistic /non obtrusive theme has everything on the right place and looks good too.

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ZaddyDog
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posted posted 04-08-2005 01:21
quote:
reitsma said:

simply adblock that image




It it's just for 1 session, that's where Nuke Anything shines.

AlterEgo
Paranoid (IV) Inmate

From: 54'0"N, 1'33"W
Insane since: Jul 2004

posted posted 04-08-2005 17:33

Most useful:
ColourZilla - gives colour readings and even which HTML tag contains the current element
Gmail Notifier - alerts you on new Gmail
Tab Clicking Options - self explanatory really
Edit CSS - learned pretty much all the CSS I know from this
Nuke Anything - remove anything from the page
SmoothWheel - scrolls smoothly down pages, lovely
Delicious Delicacies - restores the "Cookies are delicious delicacies" text in Options
I must not fear! - helped me out many a time

Least useful:
Rikaixul - provides translations of Japanese webpages, but Firefox tells me to kill the script every time I try
Web Color Names - just don't use it that much
CuneAform - very basic WYSIWYG HTML editor from before when I knew HTML, now that I do it's pretty useless
Paste IP - don't use it much
Paste Quote - pastes [ quote] and [ /quote] tags around whatever you paste. Bit useless
EggOn - an egg timer.
Flags - don't even know what this one does...

WarMage
Maniac (V) Mad Scientist

From: Rochester, New York, USA
Insane since: May 2000

posted posted 04-08-2005 17:48

I find the most useful addon to be StumbleUpon from http://www.stumbleupon.com it is a neet little tool that lets you visit pages that you might like but probably have never been to. I use it and have found cool new resoures often.

Dan @ Code Town

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