Mozilla Firefox Extensions

Via GNC’s mallarme, I came across an interesting Wired News article on Firefox extensions, “Building a Better Mozilla.” I’ve discovered some of these (notably IE view) on my own, but the Mozilla Extensions page is rather bare boned, making finding useful extensions rather hit-and-miss.

I’ll be installing Bug-Me-Not as soon as I hit “SAVE” on this post. . . .

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Comments

  1. BigFire says:

    Some of the ones I cannot use Firefox without are:
    All-in-One Gestures (very useful for laptop touchpad, and the show what cookies for this page feature is worth the admition alone).
    LiveHTTPHeaders (Very useful for my job in debugging webserver to user interface.)
    Sage (A RSS extension for Firefox).

  2. Sam says:

    I currently only have one extension installed–the tab browser extensions, although the main feature I use in it is to put the tabs along the bottom of the window.