My Favorite Add-ons
by Azel Septem
About this Collection
My favorite add-ons
24 Add-ons in this Collection
Help make Firefox better. The Add-on Compatibility Reporter enables you to report if the Firefox add-ons that you're using are working properly (legacy add-ons only).
Bring back your personal and powerful Firefox Button!
Useful tools for the nightly tester.
Are you concerned about your privacy? Or, are you blocked from some websites by a firewall? And, are you arming yourself with a proxy? In that case, AutoProxy is designed for you! A tool to help you use your proxy automatically & efficiently.
Integrates location bar and search bar into one. Shows search and url suggestions. Quickly switch search engine using search keywords. Provides different auto-complete popup styles for compact displays.
Reclaims the browsing space by transforming Firefox 4's wide grey add-on bar into a neat set of buttons.
CommentBlocker is an addon which essentially blocks, or hides, all unwanted comments on websites you visit. It can be used as either a blacklist or a whitelist for websites, letting you decide what to filter out and what not to.
Adds a small badge to your tabs to alert you to (for example) new messages on Facebook. The badge is also visible when the tabs are pinned so you can see when there's something new available.
This add-on is not being converted to a WebExtension.
Open IT Online allows you to open documents and images online without the need of any software to be installed. It supports Google Docs, Zoho, View Docs Online, Vuzit to edit/view documents and Snipshot, Pixlr, Sumo Paint, etc. to edit/view images.
Find stuff instantly from a dashboard that appears over a full-window browsing experience.
The primary goal of the Mnenhy project is to make some enhancements to SeaMonkey MailNews/Thunderbird, since there're still plenty of comfort functions missing if compared to Netscape 4.x and other mail and news clients.