K T Bradford
|Name||K T Bradford|
|User since||May 1, 2012|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
|Average rating of developer's add-ons||Not yet rated|
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Aside from Tab Mix Plus, this is my favorite add-on for Firefox. I'm a blogger, and I often have to copy text from web pages to paste into WordPress. As anyone who works with blogging software knows, sometimes pasting in brings over HTML formatting you don't want, and having to deal with the Paste As text thing gets tedious when you literally do this copy/paste operation 100 times a day.
The Copy As Plain Text option makes the whole thing simple and straightforward. And it's SO, SO wonderful that it comes with a keyboard shortcut. So many other extensions of this type make you use the mouse.
I also use he Copy As HTML command more than I thought I would when I first started using this add-on. Again, it's very useful when blogging or doing web design because I can see exactly what's behind how text is formatted on a page and then just strip out the bits I don't need.
If you copy text from the web a lot and find you have to keep taking the formatting out, then get this add-on. It will simplify your life.
I can't live without this add-on Rated 5 out of 5 stars
If there ever came a time when my life depended on limiting myself to just one add-on for Firefox, then Tab Mix Plus would be it. This extension alone is the reason why I don't switch to Chrome. I need it in order to make using Firefox for work bearable.
I'm a writer, blogger and journalist and I spend 80% of my day in my browser switching between tabs and windows. Plus, I usually have about 12 - 24 tabs open at the same time. Being able to quickly flip between my last two open tabs with a keyboard shortcut is a MUST. Ctrl+Tab is the best invention ever, especially when it acts like Alt+Tab and flips back and forth.
The customizable menus are also a huge need in my life because I need to be able to easily open links exactly where I want them, get multiple tabs going with the same history, and a million other things TMP makes possible.
Plus, the session manager is far better than Firefox's own.
The bottom line is that TMP allows me to do my work more efficiently. It's easy to understand and configure. I can't live without it.