by Davy Jones
About this Collection
A collection of carefully chosen eclectic addons which extends the power and functionality of Firefox. Subscribe to my collection so as to keep abreast with the development of new and better addons.
130 Add-ons in this Collection
Adds a toolbar button for opening the Saved Passwords window.
This sexy baby can transparently wrap ActiveX into the Plugins which supported by firefox. You can just link the media files(Wmplayer, Rmplayer, QtPlayer and FlashPlayer) as normally without security problems.
NextPlease! is a highly configurable extension that allows you to jump to next and previous links on search results pages, like Google, Yahoo, Ebay, Amazon, and many other sites. NextPlease! can be triggered via keyboard shortcuts, toolbar...
Adds an auto replay checkbox in Youtube video page. You can also select a portion of the video to be auto replayed.
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Legacy version (get latest on outwit.com). Browse though images online with just a few clicks: View collect images from the Web effortlessly. Scroll through high-res photos, drag them into your basket, view slideshows & save directly to your disk.
It's a video player with playlist similar to Winamp. You may add/drag a video link from video sites or your hard disk to the playlist and watch it or download it.
Thank you for 1,000,000+ downloads!
YouPlayer is another reason to love Firefox :)
Platypus is a Firefox extension which lets you modify a Web page from your browser -- "What You See Is What You Get" -- and then save those changes as a Greasemonkey script so that they'll be repeated the next time you visit the page.
Automatically save downloads to different directories when using "Save Link As..." or "Save Image as..."
Enhances browsing on websites that link to images such as Google Image Search, Flickr, Wikipedia, MySpace, deviantART, FFFFOUND!, and Blogger blogs. Use left and right arrow keys to cycle through images on page.
List-it is a fast, simple, 100% Free+Open Source (MIT License) note-taking tool for Firefox. Designed by a research group at MIT, List-it lets you quickly take short notes to yourself + quickly access them whenever and wherever you need em.
This extension includes a set of tools for broadband users. It can measure the bandwidth of Internet connections and perform diagnostic tests (ping, traceroute etc)
This add-on provides the ability to add single or multiple links to the browser history, making them appear visited, without having to actually visit them. It also allows them to be removed from the history.
This splits the content area of the browser window as you like.
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