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Disables styles. Can be turned off via right-click menu.
Right-click on any part of a page and select 'Scroll here' to perfectly align the top of the window to the clicked-upon element.
Adds an option "close tab" to the right-click menu.
When a tab is activated, moves it automatically to the right (or left) of all other tabs in the window. This tries to mimic a heap-like behavior in the hope of diminishing tab management.
Removes everything around any section of a web-page. Right-click the content you desire, click 'enter element' and then keep clicking 'go to parent' until it suits you.
If there is a 'New Tab' open, activate it on browser startup.
Instead of this use https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/scroll-here/
*Right-click any link to queue it *Right-click to open and remove a link from queue Meant for those of us who can't stop opening up new tabs when reading Wikipedia!