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Right-click selected text to copy the URL of any links it contains.
An easy-to-use tab reloader with custom reloading time settings for individual tabs
Debug Flash/SWF/Flex files on the web. Edit properties and inspect elements on the fly. View log output inside the extension. Run AS3 code against the active SWF. Access assets with the Explorer, profile memory consumption and much much more...
Add, modify or remove a header for any request on desired domains.
Remove or crop-to selection from context menu so that you can print or save only the parts you need. Additionally you can remove clicked elements and also remove ads, videos or other third-party content from web pages.
A reference for the codes to generate Emojis on popular sites like GitHub or Basecamp and Unicode characters for Twitter and Facebook.
Search Emojis by name or view recently selected items. Emojis are automatically copied to the clipboard.
Add accessibility auditing to the Firefox Developer Tools
Set custom User-Agent string. Also available for Firefox on Android.
React Developer Tools is a tool that allows you to inspect a React tree, including the component hierarchy, props, state, and more. To get started, just open the Firefox devtools and switch to the React tab.
This add-on renders standalone images on a transparent background, so you can see the image in all its glory!
Provides a quick way of changing the HTTP Accept-Language header so you can view and test websites with a different locale.
This simple addon will show you the IP address of the site you are currently browsing, with a link to whois.sc for each IP.
We send the host of the site you're on to a third party service (a.mby.me) to then return the IP address.
Hide My IP VPN is number one tool for hiding your IP and unblocking any web site! If your Firefox version is less then 55 please install older Hide My IP VPN from "Version History" (https://goo.gl/7ZQQjZ)
Create a QR code of the selected text, current url or hyperlink. Also possible to create a QR Code from free text within Firefox. Now with UTF8 support.
Download login-protected files from the command line using curl, wget or aria2.