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|User since||February 10, 2008|
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This is a great extension that potentially helps you to easily style any website. As such, it is a great way to sync site styles with your homepage, browser, and OS themes.
However, as a tool, it is only as good as what you use it with, so you need to pick/create decent style sheets.
For those people that don't want to mess with CSS, there are plenty of great styles out there for this extension.
I love the fact that with this extension (and the some styles) google and wikipedia aren't always white now, and this had saved me from some eye strain.
If you like music and you listen to music while web browsing then you owe it to yourself to try this extension.
I recommend putting it near the top of your browser (to the right of the 'Help' menu). The keyboard shortcuts, along with being able to see the song title and volume level, are the most useful features for me.
Some people might really like all the search and signature stuff that is integrated, but I honestly don't use it. For others, this is a great addition, so check FoxyTunes out for yourself.
I, personally, wouldn't want to use Firefox without it.
If you only use one extension then this should be it!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.3.2).
Very useful for those long research sessions that you might want to pick back up at a later time.\r\n\r\nDon\'t browse without this unless you are one of those people who like a clean slate (no cache, history, etc) every time you open Firefox.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.6.1.10).
If you use tabs a lot, and in particular a lot of tabs, then don't hesitate to try this extension!
I install this right away with any new firefox profile.
This is the best extension I have seen for FF if you want an *embedded* DL manager. Downloads are MUCH faster and I use the OnceClick function all the time.
I use this extension instead of an extension that works with an external DL manager (eg. FlashGot) because it is easier to share my settings/firefox profile between Linux and Windows. I just have to make sure to change the DL location for the oneClick.