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View Page Source in New Tab, Current Tab or New Window
Convert any local or web image to standard or custom icon sizes with Data URI provided. Useful for making favicon, avatar etc. Also allows viewing/saving the favicon of websites.
Open any link in a panel, this makes the page more temporary than a tab. Open a link in a portal do something fast, get some information, then trash it and go back to business.
Hide the navigation bar for every app tab
install for disable tabs on top
Redirects Spotify Links such as
To your Spotify player, First time this happens firefox will ask you if you wanna open the link with Spotify. - Just like in the old days !
Selects the address bar in Firefox running under Linux OS with a single click
Adds an Opera-style 'Go back to start' button
Just make Ctrl+PageUp and Ctrl+PageDown do their jobs: switching between tabs, and not whatever the webdevelopers think is a better idea.
When you leave a tab open for a long time without using it, the Grim Tab Reaper will automatically turn it into a bookmark and close it.
Makes ctr+q close the tab so that you cant accidentally quit.
Pin or unpin current tab through new, cooler ways:
1. Customizable keyboard shortcut. Default is Alt-P
2. Firefox Developer Command line -> 'pintab' & 'unpintab'
UPDATE: Commands don't work anymore. They are disabled from version 1.0.
Just right click where you are in need of a Harakirimail (disposable email address), your inbox will open in a background tab.
Gives you a list of tabs in Most Recently Used (MRU) order. Triggered by Ctrl-Tab.
Displays the tab's number to allow quick tab switching via Ctrl + [1-8] or Cmd + [1-8]
An addon that reduces tab clutter by extracting your current browsing session into a new Panorama group.
Adds a content menu item to open links in a pinned tab.
Bookmarking done right. From any browser, to any device.
Puts all your tabs into a list, freeing memory without losing any information. Open-Source and very lightweight.
Click the icon or press Ctrl-Alt-T/Cmd-Option-T to "grenade" the tabs.
Alters the Ctrl+Tab hotkeys so that they cycle through all tabs in the order of their activation recency, much like the Alt+Tab hotkey does on the operating system level. When the active tab is closed, the most-recently active tab is selected.