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Asks for the master password at startup (fixes multiple password prompt)
Monitors web pages for updates. Useful for websites that don't provide Atom or RSS feeds.
Manage form history entries (search, edit, cleanup, export/import) and easy text formfiller.
Auto-save text entered in any form while typing to allow fast recovery when disaster strikes.
Draw a ruler across any webpage to check the width, height, or alignment of page elements in pixels.
AiOS lets you open various windows as sidebar panels, and quickly switch between them. So it put an end to the window chaos! In addition to bookmarks and history it opens dialogues such as downloads, add-ons and more in the sidebar.
Never lose anything you type into a web form again! Lazarus securely auto-saves all forms as you type, so after a crash, server timeout, or whatever, you can go back to the form, right click, "recover form", and breathe a sigh of relief.
Allows editing in Firefox the page displayed in any tab, with formatting tools.
Does everything for an HTML table: Copy (table/row/column/cell), Sort (multi-column), Search (regex, range operations ...), Filter, Chart, Statistics, Rearrange, Combine/Compare. To use: Right click in a real HTML table for the "tabletools2" option.
Secure Login is an extension for Firefox integrated password manager.
WebExtension alternative: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/keepasshelper/
Gives you a quick way to restart if memory usage is too high.
Collector's Note En attendant que les fuites de mémoire qui semblent plus fréquentes depuis FF4 soient résolues, c"est bien utile
Extends the function of the drag-and-drop mouse gesture so that it can be used to load URLs, do a web search of selected text on a page, or save an image on a page. The successor to Super DragAndGo.
A Statusbar with speed, percentage, time and loaded size (similar to Opera's one)
Add more items to Add-ons Manager context menu.
Grab and Drag by Ian
Enables Adobe Acrobat-style grab and drag scrolling, Flick gestures, and Momentum scrolling in Firefox. Useful for (older) pen or touchscreen-based devices for which these gestures are not natively supported. Not useful on Windows 8 touch devices.