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Search any word on a page via context (right click) menu or from Address Bar shortcuts from a variety of resources, including: Wikipedia, dictionaries, and media sites. Custom preferences allow you to add your own resources, labels and shortcuts.
GetGlue helps you find your next favorite movie, book, or music album. As you visit sites like Amazon, IMDB, and Wikipedia, GetGlue suggest things you'll like.
Use Amplify to clip, share & spark conversation about excerpts from articles, blog posts, tweets or anything else you read on the web. Amplify supports autoposting to Twitter, Facebook, Wordpress, Posterous, Tumblr & more.
Note from Mozilla: This add-on has been discontinued. Try Colorlicious instead.
Change Firefox to Any Color and create your own personalized theme.
This extension allows you to defragment (vacuum) the Places database, used by FireFox.
Vacuum'ing can significantly reduce loading time of the browser and speed it up.
Add useful extra features to Google Reader, like feed favicons, inline article previews, and unread counts in your browser tab with Better GReader.
Drop files into attachment boxes instead of browse for them or type in the filename. Drop multiple files and fill all the entries. In some websites it allows to add new upload files: in Google Mail is possible to drop the files directly over the...
Extracts colors from images and builds color schemes.
Surface relevant video and search recommendations as you use some of the Web’s most popular sites, including Google, Yahoo, YouTube, Craigslist, eBay, Amazon and many more! If you find a video you want to watch, you can play it without leaving the pa...
A compilation of some of the best Greasemonkey user scripts for YouTube in one interface.
Using the the general notification system "Snarl" (http://www.fullphat.net/- extra download needed) you can be notified of started, paused, cancelled and finished downloads in a very nice way.
It also "captures" all default toaster notifications (li...
SquiggleSR by Janoss
Deceive search engines to protect user privacy. Queries are generated using personalized keywords and clicks are randomly simulated on non-sponsored results.