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Trigger HAR export any time directly from within a page
window.crypto.signText replacement plus enhancements
Creates a text-only version of almost any web page. Great for accessibility, SEO and printing.
A free extension of the web tool https://emojikeyboard.org. It helps input emoji in the web browser with an extensive search functionality.
Have control over WebRTC (disable or enable) and protect your IP address.
Instead of completely blocking canvas fingerprinting, Canvas Defender add-on creates a unique and persistent noise that hides your real canvas fingerprint. This add-on protects you while browsing both in normal and private mode.
A simple add-on which provides a button to completely disable (and re-enable) disk and/or in-memory caches with a single click.
Set custom User-Agent string. Also available for Firefox on Android.
Capture the whole page or any portion, annotate it with rectangles, circles, arrows, lines and text, blur sensitive info, one-click upload to share. And more!
Enables silent/unattended/kiosk printing without showing the print dialog.
With Seamless Print turned On, print requests go directly to the printer using any Print options already setup.
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Task Manager to see the CPU and Memory usage of the tabs, works best when using e10s to be able to see the total process memory usage.
WebSocket monitor is an extension for Firefox developer tools that can be used to monitor WebSocket connections in Firefox. It allows to inspect all data sent and received.
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...
Display card numbers in Trello.
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.
set debug cookies (eg $cookie[XDEBUG_SESSION]='netbeans-xdebug') on your localhost, to enable remote debugging in eclipse/netbeans.
redo of 'easy Xdebug'
+moveable icons (eg. to bookmarkbar)
+refreshes the icons on tab change