32 Add-ons in this Collection
Protect your privacy. See who's tracking your web browsing and block them with Ghostery.
If you are the kind of person who likes to have total control over every aspect of your downloads, "Download Status Bar" is the add-on you are looking for.
Play all videos on youtube without flash in your preferred size using only HTML5.
Take control of YouTube!
Download videos, convert videos to MP3 and AAC, block ads, automatically play videos in HD, watch the Top 50 and your favorite videos in sidebar while you surf, change YouTube's style, loop videos, etc..
Gives you a place to put all your add-on buttons without over-crowding the navigation bar.
— Open web pages saved with Internet Explorer or other browsers (MHT)
— Save many tabs, video and audio reliably, in a single ZIP file (MAFF)
— Return to the original site you saved a page from, and more!
An add-on to perform free-memory operations without visiting about:memory.
Bring your bookmarks into view with just a gesture. Move the sidebar across the screen. Open a different sidebar by just clicking its title. And more! Keeps your sidebar simple and quick to access!
Make your browsing experience faster by avoiding wait time on DNS lookups
This 15KB restartless add-on will add a "File" -> "Restart" menu item and a ctrl/cmd + alt + r hotkey to restart Firefox or Seamonkey.
Show the IP address of the current page in the status bar. It also allows querying custom information services by IP (right click) and see location and avaiable vouchers for shopping sites. Additionally you can copy the IP address to the clipboard.
A productive way to organize, read and share the content of your favorite feeds, blogs and news sites. Feedly offers a seamless transition from Google Reader.
Adds a clear cache toolbar button. After installing the extension, find the clear cache button in the toolbar customization...
Keep track of how much time you spend on the web, and where you spend it. A toolbar ticker shows the time spent at the current site or the total time spent on the web today. A summary page sums up data for the past 70 days, 10 weeks, and 6 months.
Does everything for an HTML table: Copy (table/row/column/cell), Sort (multi-column), Search (regex, range operations ...), Filter, Chart, Statistics, Rearrange, Combine/Compare. To use: Right click in a real HTML table for the "tabletools2" option.