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the only add-on you will not be able to use firefox without Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I first used Mouse Gestures with Opera along long time ago when Opera wasn't free. Ever since then I can not use any browser without mouse gestures.
If you don't know what Gestures are they are either PRE-program shapes you make with your mouse to affect your browser or custom made shapes. For example Down Left Down Left Down for me CLOSES ALL OTHER OPEN TABS....
For nice to be able to close 25 tabs at once and keep the one you are reading open.
The problem is if you use someone elses computer you will try to use your mouse gestures to go back and forward or close a tab and get that awful RIGHT MOUSE BUTTON menu.
Very useful expect for the bug Rated 2 out of 5 stars
This is a very useful product but it has two main flaws:
One, is a bug that stops FACEBOOK posts from working at all. I have to enter the IE engine using IE tabs to post to facebook with After The Deadline is active.
Two, is the defaults basically have all the useful features turned off. After all Firefox has spell check and to be honest Firefoxes spell check is less trouble than after the deadline. However, grammar check is useful, to enable it you not only have to access options but you have to access tab two or the options page. For a primary feature it is treated like an add-on that only the geeks would use.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
A good addition to EndNotes. Using Portable Firefox with Zotero, I can keep my references from websearches, creating a folder, make it very easy to EXPORT all your reference into Endnotes.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0.10).
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
direct access to scholar.google.com a wonderful resource for the university student.
Rated 1 out of 5 stars
This is not true for LCD's LCDS use a backlight that is always one, and blocks the light using LCD crystals so in reality BLACK uses more energy than WHITE. Since white has NO crystals activated.
This is only true for CRT and I doubt very many people that use Firefox are still using CRTS