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Add the full URL or hostname of the current web page to the window title. Designed to help other applications identify the current window. Helps KeePass (http://www.keepass.info) to identify the current URL for auto-type.
This add-on starts your browser in responsive design view by default.
This Add-on adds a button to the toolbar. Clicking on it activates the Reader View even if the icon in the address bar is not present. Technically this Add-on prepends "about:reader?url=" to the current tab's address.
Disable "play next video" feature on Youtube, TED and Vimeo.
use UserScripts on your Firefox for Android with usi!
Detect Zawgyi and Unicode and include font embed. So, user no need to install zawgyi or unicode font to see Myanmar
Makes every page (or only pages that you want) to have light text on dark background. Exact colors are customizable.
Render AsciiDoc (.ad, .adoc, .asciidoc) as HTML inside Firefox!
Disables styles. Can be turned off via right-click menu.
Click addon's icon to quick format JSON document with tabs and new lines.
Fits text on most web pages to the width of your phone, automatically and quickly.
Flat material theme. Minimal paddings, minimal borders, minimal colors.
Makes you more productive while using Facebook.
Highlighter with different colors, saving options, customizable highlight styles and undo/redo functionality.
Select some text, press M - done.
Changes can be stored in Textmarker history for later visits.
This Firefox add-on arranges tabs in a vertical rather than horizontal fashion.
Vertical Tabs Reloaded is a fork of Vertical Tabs, which was unfortunately discontinued.
Add a toolbar button and context menu entry to reload a pdf file in the Adobe Acrobat plugin. If you press the button again, the file is reloaded in the internal viewer.
Easily access to the reader-view from right click context menu
Set a different pixel ratio (layout.css.devPixelsPerPx) for each of your screens. Useful for mixed-DPI multi-monitor setups. For example, you can use it if you have one HiDPI (Retina) screen and one lower-DPI HD screen.
Converting a selected PMID to Endnote
How can I download and import references from PubMed's website?
Pubmed2Endnote easily convert your Reference from PubMed to EndNote database.