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Old January 25th, 2006, 08:56 AM   #1
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Control Firefox Tabs

All-in-One Gestures - merges the popular following extensions for management of mouse gestures, scrolling and power navigation. (Mix of Mouse Gestures, Rocker navigation, Tab scroller, History scroller, Link tooltip and Autoscrolling extensions)
http://perso.wanadoo.fr/marc.boullet...nsions-en.html

Tabbrowser Preferences - a comprehensive UI for changing a number of the hidden tabbed browsing preferences in Firefox. It also provides the ability to control how internal and external links are opened in the browser and how the browser will react when links are sent to it.
http://216.55.161.203/theonekea/tabprefs/

Tab Mix Plus - More tweaks added to tabs. Ability to select and open muliple links in tabs, open link in a duplicated tab, merge tabs and close tabs from similar domain...
http://tmp.garyr.net/

Undoclosetab - Allows accidently closed recent tabs to be reopened.
https://addons.mozilla.org/extension...cation=firefox

Tab X - Adds a small close button to each of the browser tabs, and removes the close button from the end of the tab bar. (May not work with TabMix Plus)
http://extensionroom.mozdev.org/more-info/tabx

Restart Firefox - Adds "Restart Firefox" menuitem to "File", and a toolbar button for easy restarting. Great for when you install themes or extensions and need to restart Firefox.
https://addons.mozilla.org/extension...cation=firefox

Sessionsaver - restores the pages you had open the last time you used Firefox - even if it crashes or there is a powerout.
https://addons.mozilla.org/extension...nfo.php?id=436

Duplicate Tab- allows you to clone a tab with its history and place the duplicate tab in a new window or in the current window.
http://twanno.mozdev.org/duplicatetab/

Control Website Links

Linky - Lets you open or download all or selected links, image links and even web addresses found in the text in separate or different tabs or windows.
http://gemal.dk/mozilla/linky.html

WebMailCompose - Makes mailto: links load your webmail's compose page and adds a Compose link to the context menu.
http://jedbrown.net/1.0/mozilla/extensions/

Linkification - Allows Firefox (0.9+) to view plain-text URLs and e-mail addresses as actual links
http://www.beggarchooser.com/firefox/

IE Tab - can open the current page or a selected link embedding Internet Explorer in tabs of Mozilla/Firefox. Very useful for those IE only pages. Use IE View to open pages in new windows of Internet Explorer.
http://ietab.mozdev.org/

Paste and Go - lets you paste an URL from the clipboard into the address bar and load it as a single step, either via the adress bar's context menu or by pressing Ctrl-Shift-V
http://tecwizards.de/mozilla/

SuperDrag&Go - Drag a link or picture and throw it anywehere on your webpage (content area) and open it on a new tab. (Not updated for FF1.5)
http://morphis.eu.org/

Control File Downloads

FlashGot - handles single and massive downloads with several external Download Managers.
http://www.flashgot.net/

PDF Download - Every time you click on a link, checks if the target is a pdf file and in this case let you choose what you want to do (open pdf file inside a new tab, download it to the filesystem or view it as HTML).
http://www.rabotat.org/firefox/

ScrapBook - helps you to save Web pages and easily manage collections.
http://amb.vis.ne.jp/mozilla/scrapbook/

DownThemAll! - adds new advanced downloading capabilities to your browser. It lets you download in just one click all the links or images contained in a webpage or refine your preferences using fully customizable filters.
http://downthemall.mozdev.org/

TargetAlert - provides visual cues for the destinations of hyperlinks. If a hyperlink points to a something that is not a web page (in cases of pdf, doc, zip files etc.), then TargetAlert will try to append an icon to the hyperlink that represents its destination
http://www.bolinfest.com/targetalert/

Download Manager Tweak - modifies the default appearance of the firefox download manager and allows it to be opened in a separate window, the sidebar, or a tab.
http://dmextension.mozdev.org/

Download Statusbar - is a browser extension that allows you to keep track of ongoing and completed downloads in a hide-away statusbar
http://downloadstatusbar.mozdev.org/

Disable Targets For Downloads - Prevents sites spawning blank windows when clicking binary downloads.
https://addons.mozilla.org/extension...nfo.php?id=241

FireFTP - is a free, secure, cross-platform FTP client for Mozilla Firefox which provides easy and intuitive access to FTP servers.
http://fireftp.mozdev.org/

Control Webpage Behaviour & Navigation

GreaseMonkey - Install user scripts and change the behavior of any web page
http://greasemonkey.mozdev.org/

Image Zoom - Right click on an image and select a zoom option from the popup menu, or, hold down the right mouse button in combination with the mouse wheel to zoom in or out on an image.
http://imagezoom.yellowgorilla.net/

Fasterfox - Speed up Firefox. Dynamic speed increases can be obtained with Fasterfox's unique prefetching mechanism, which recycles idle bandwidth by silently loading and caching all of the links on the page you are browsing. Also tweaks many network and rendering settings such as simultaneous connections, pipelining, cache, DNS cache, and initial paint delay.
http://fasterfox.mozdev.org/

SpellBound - enables spell checking in web forms such as html textarea / input elements (html input password elements are not checked by SpellBound) and rich text form elements. This allows you to spell check forms before submitting them.
http://spellbound.sourceforge.net/

BugMeNot - Bypasses compulsory web registration using the BugMeNot without the hassle of surfing to it and querying its database everytime.
http://roachfiend.com/archives/2005/02/07/bugmenot

Copy Plain Text - Copies text without formatting. Have you ever copied something and been annoyed that the text formatting (bold, font size, etc) came with it? Don't you wish you could just copy the text itself, without having to copy it, paste it into notepad, then copy it again?
https://addons.mozilla.org/extension...nfo.php?id=134

Google Images Re-Linker - This will let you click the thumbnail images on images.google.com, skip the referred framed page, and jump straight to the full-size image.
http://roachfiend.com/archives/2005/...ges-re-linker/

Stop-or-Reload Button - Makes the Stop and Reload button behave like a single one (as in Safari).
http://v2studio.com/k/moz/

Extended Statusbar - adds an Opera-like statusbar for Firefox that shows number of loaded images, bytes downloaded, average download speed, load time and percentage of the page loaded.
http://galeb.etf.bg.ac.yu/%7Eks04016...xtensions/esb/

Resizeable Textarea - Resize small textareas in forums to your needed size avoiding scrolling.
http://www.extensionsmirror.nl/index.php?showtopic=2796

Adblock - allows the user to specify filters, which remove unwanted content based on the source-address. Block ads, applets, flash, embedded-media etc. Adblock Filterset.G Updater is a companion to Adblock that automatically downloads the latest version of Filterset.G set of filters every 4-7 days that blocks most ads on the internet.
http://adblock.mozdev.org/

Flashblock - blocks all Flash content from loading on a webpage.
http://flashblock.mozdev.org/

Sage - add a lightweight RSS and Atom feed aggregator which integrates with Firefox's bookmark storage and Live Bookmarks.
http://sage.mozdev.org/

Cacheout!- lets you try to access articles on servers affected by the Digg Effect /Slashdot Effect through Google’s caching service and CoralCDN.org.
https://addons.mozilla.org/extension...cation=firefox

ScreenGrab!
- capture screenshots and save webpages as images easily.
http://andy.5263.org/screengrab/

Control Privacy / Security

SwitchProxy - lets you manage and switch between multiple proxy configurations quickly and easily. You can also use it as an anonymizer to protect your computer from prying eyes.
http://www.roundtwo.com/product/switchproxy

NoScript - allows JavaScript, Java (and other plugins) only for trusted domains of your choice. This whitelist based pre-emptive blocking approach prevents exploitation of security vulnerabilities with no loss of functionality
http://noscript.net/

Always Remember Password - Instructs web sites to always remember your password. Some sites like Yahoo Mail, Hotmail, and banking sites instruct the browser to never allow your password manager to retain your information.
http://roachfiend.com/archives/2005/...mber-password/

CookieCuller- Extended Cookie Manager to protect/unprotect selected cookies.
http://cookieculler.mozdev.org/

Stealther - surf the web without leaving a trace in your local computer by *temporarily disabling history (and address bar), cookies, formFill, disk cache and sending of ReferrerHeader. Verify details of what exactly it can work for you.
https://addons.mozilla.org/extension...cation=firefox

Control Web Searches

Google Toolbar for Firefox - Lets you search google and all its services easily. Also powered by Google Suggest (Get query suggestions as you type in the search box), SpellCheck, AutoFill, Pagerank of webpage, access to gmail, WordTranslator etc.
http://toolbar.google.com/firefox/index.html

CustomizeGoogle - enhances Google search results by adding extra information (like links to Yahoo, Ask Jeeves, MSN etc) and removing unwanted information (like ads and spam).
http://www.customizegoogle.com/

NextPlease! - allows you to assign keyboard shortcuts to jump to next and previous links on search results pages, like Google, Yahoo, Ebay, Amazon, and many other sites.
http://nextplease.mozdev.org/

BetterSearch - enhances Google, MSN Search, Yahoo Search, A9, Answers.com, AllTheWeb, Dogpile.com, del.icio.us and Simpy.com bookmarks by adding previews (thumbnails) and Amazon product images and info etc.
http://bettersearch.g-blog.net/

Control Your Music / Video

FoxyTunes - Listen to music while surfing the Web, and control your favorite media player without ever leaving the browser.
http://www.foxytunes.org/firefox/

MediaPlayerConnectivity - Allow you to launch embed video of website in an external application with a simple click
http://membres.lycos.fr/sethnakht/

Control Your Email

Gmail Manager - Allows you to manage multiple Gmail accounts and receive new mail notifications. Displays your account details including unread messages, saved drafts, spam messages, labels with new mail, space used, and new mail snippets.
http://www.longfocus.com/firefox/gmanager/

Gmail Notifier - checks and notifies your email in Gmail accounts.
http://extensions.nexgenmedia.net/

Gmail Delete Button - Add a "Delete" button to Gmail's interface.
https://addons.mozilla.org/extension...cation=firefox

AJAX Yahoo! Mail - Preview your messages with a single click. Adds AJAX support to the Yahoo! mail.
https://addons.mozilla.org/extension...yances&id=1127

Control Your Bookmarks

Bookmark with Del.icio.us - Integrate del.icio.us right into Firefox. Easily access your bookmarks and post new bookmarks. Post a bookmark without leaving the page you are on.
http://del.icio.us/help/firefox/extension

Bookmarks Synchronizer - lets you connect to an FTP server and synchronize your bookmarks that are stored in an XML file. Set if to automatically download the file on startup or upload it when you close your browser.
http://extensionroom.mozdev.org/more-info/booksync

StumbleUpon - is an intelligent browsing tool for sharing and discovering great websites.
http://www.stumbleupon.com/
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I.E. Sucks IMO, i get like 30 times as much "SHIT" on my computer using I.E. then with Firefox... I'll take Firefox over IE anyday
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I.E. Sucks IMO, i get like 30 times as much "SHIT" on my computer using I.E. then with Firefox... I'll take Firefox over IE anyday

That's because you're a moron with improperly set security settings and and overly clicky mouse finger.
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That's because you're a moron with improperly set security settings and and overly clicky mouse finger.
Clickitis. Raising IT professionals blood pressure since the first bug.
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Clickitis. Raising IT professionals blood pressure since the first bug.

My mom: "I get an error when I click that program"
Me: "what's the message say?"
Mom: " I don't know, i clicked the OK button."
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My mom: "I get an error when I click that program"
Me: "what's the message say?"
Mom: " I don't know, i clicked the OK button."
IE doing tabs yet? Till they do that I refuse to even look at it.
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two I don't see.

forecastfox and Hsmith's image unlinker.
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IE doing tabs yet? Till they do that I refuse to even look at it.

you mean multiple browser windows tabbed in one window? XP does this as the OS on the tray. Firefox has just as many issues as any other browser, they just don't make the same press that IE problems make due to # of users.
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you mean multiple browser windows tabbed in one window? XP does this as the OS on the tray. Firefox has just as many issues as any other browser, they just don't make the same press that IE problems make due to # of users.
it's been a while since I checked, but last time I did, IE had roughly 2x the known issues/exploits that FireFox has.

In addition, resource utilization will vary, but with multiple tabs open in FF, compared to multiple browser windows in IE displaying the same site, for me at least, FF is the lower of the resource footprint. oh, and my sys tray is crowded enough most of the time with multiple other work applications, I don't need/want the hassle of trying to alt+tab through 4-5 different IE windows to find the one I'm looking for with that latest bit of xml I'm looking for...

in addition, with the plugins used, I don't get banner ads (Even embedded ones), I don't get popups (not a biggie these days with IE anymore), I get full control over javascript loading, and I even block flash advertising.

simple quick click control to re-enable some, or all of the above on a site by site basis.

some of the other extensions that periodically are useful inclumde downthemall, and hsmith's image unlinker.

:dunno:

expanded functionality in FireFox, zero "ungraceful exits" in FireFox, and I just don't see a reason to go back to IE, except for the couple of pages that violate WC3's coding convention, and code explicitly for IE

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it's been a while since I checked, but last time I did, IE had roughly 2x the known issues/exploits that FireFox has.

In addition, resource utilization will vary, but with multiple tabs open in FF, compared to multiple browser windows in IE displaying the same site, for me at least, FF is the lower of the resource footprint. oh, and my sys tray is crowded enough most of the time with multiple other work applications, I don't need/want the hassle of trying to alt+tab through 4-5 different IE windows to find the one I'm looking for with that latest bit of xml I'm looking for...

in addition, with the plugins used, I don't get banner ads (Even embedded ones), I don't get popups (not a biggie these days with IE anymore), I get full control over javascript loading, and I even block flash advertising.

simple quick click control to re-enable some, or all of the above on a site by site basis.

some of the other extensions that periodically are useful inclumde downthemall, and hsmith's image unlinker.

:dunno:

expanded functionality in FireFox, zero "ungraceful exits" in FireFox, and I just don't see a reason to go back to IE, except for the couple of pages that violate WC3's coding convention, and code explicitly for IE

:dunno:

IE exploits published is higher because it gets more press because its used by more people. This is the same logic as to why there are few if any MAC viruses. If you're that serious about your browser choice, you'd be as serious about making sure the software you used was patched to the latest version anyway.

Resourse utilization, I run 6-10 browser windows on a regular basis on top of 8-10 more applications and don't have any issue with the resources used by a browser. IE's latest frees up cpu cycles when the browser window is not on top anyway.

java, popups, banners- I have full control over all of them with no need for added plugins.


Now, I'm not saying FF is not any good...I just don't need it and IE is not as bad as people make it out to be.
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you mean multiple browser windows tabbed in one window? XP does this as the OS on the tray.
Thats so annoying! Worst option ever with Windows IMO. First thing I disabled in XP next to those damn little pop up bubbles that you get from the system tray.
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Thats so annoying! Worst option ever with Windows IMO. First thing I disabled in XP next to those damn little pop up bubbles that you get from the system tray.

I agree, I just asked if it was the same thign :)
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IE exploits published is higher because it gets more press because its used by more people. This is the same logic as to why there are few if any MAC viruses. If you're that serious about your browser choice, you'd be as serious about making sure the software you used was patched to the latest version anyway.

Resourse utilization, I run 6-10 browser windows on a regular basis on top of 8-10 more applications and don't have any issue with the resources used by a browser. IE's latest frees up cpu cycles when the browser window is not on top anyway.

java, popups, banners- I have full control over all of them with no need for added plugins.


Now, I'm not saying FF is not any good...I just don't need it and IE is not as bad as people make it out to be.
I haven't really bad mouthed IE in a long time. for me, the advantages, and extended functionality I mentioned are what sold me on looking elsewhere. I used to use opera for a very long time but found that it was getting somewhat stale. :dunno:

I'm aware that one can dictate some of the java, etc. in IE, but no where near as conveniently as a browser plugin in firefox allows one to do so. and again, it's far easier to bring up the one application, and see at a glance which tab is active, and which one to go to, without tiling windows, or alt+tabbing through 4-8 different browser windows buried in the sys tray, and co-mingled with the other applicaitons crowding it in my humble opinion.

:dunno:

as for the exploits, I agree, everyone should keep things patched. I was referring to the last time I checked, which admitedly was almost a year ago, there was a comparison of currently open exploits, or bugs for each browser - that is unpatched issues - IE had, at that time roughly 2x the issues/exploits that FF had. Likely not the case currently, but at this point it's a convenience thing for me.
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I haven't really bad mouthed IE in a long time. for me, the advantages, and extended functionality I mentioned are what sold me on looking elsewhere. I used to use opera for a very long time but found that it was getting somewhat stale. :dunno:

I'm aware that one can dictate some of the java, etc. in IE, but no where near as conveniently as a browser plugin in firefox allows one to do so. and again, it's far easier to bring up the one application, and see at a glance which tab is active, and which one to go to, without tiling windows, or alt+tabbing through 4-8 different browser windows buried in the sys tray, and co-mingled with the other applicaitons crowding it in my humble opinion.

:dunno:

as for the exploits, I agree, everyone should keep things patched. I was referring to the last time I checked, which admitedly was almost a year ago, there was a comparison of currently open exploits, or bugs for each browser - that is unpatched issues - IE had, at that time roughly 2x the issues/exploits that FF had. Likely not the case currently, but at this point it's a convenience thing for me.

prob true. For me, I don't do any coding anymore to warrant it and I do 99% of my browsing from work where I am supposed to use the corp standard software.
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prob true. For me, I don't do any coding anymore to warrant it and I do 99% of my browsing from work where I am supposed to use the corp standard software.
I'm suppsoed to use corp standard software too - except most of the time I can't perform my job functions with just the core/corp standard, and on top of it, they use me for R&D on some stuff, so it's already full of non-standard software.

as a result, I just whore it up with all sorts of apps.

winrar, trillian, winamp, mozilla firefox, paintshop pro, smartftp, etc, etc, etc, .
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