by Davy Jones
About this Collection
A collection of carefully chosen eclectic addons which extends the power and functionality of Firefox. Subscribe to my collection so as to keep abreast with the development of new and better addons.
130 Add-ons in this Collection
List-it is a fast, simple, 100% Free+Open Source (MIT License) note-taking tool for Firefox. Designed by a research group at MIT, List-it lets you quickly take short notes to yourself + quickly access them whenever and wherever you need em.
My Weekly Browsing Schedule development has discontinued.
Please see: https://myweeklybrowsingschedule.wordpress.com/2017/01/02/the-end-of-my-weekly-browsing-schedule/
Navigate up one level (directory). It will remove an in-page anchor, the querystring, the file, and the last directory in that order, whichever is first found...
This extension includes a set of tools for broadband users. It can measure the bandwidth of Internet connections and perform diagnostic tests (ping, traceroute etc)
Adds a toolbar button for opening the Saved Passwords window.
Press ctrl+shift+K (or) double-click to see its meaning. This extension is ideal for those who doesn't like to switch their window to see the meaning of a word. ...
This splits the content area of the browser window as you like.
Locate highlighted address on Google map:
simply highlight the address, right click with mouse, select 'Locate on Google Map' in popup menu and your place will be shown on Google map.
Adds an auto replay checkbox in Youtube video page. You can also select a portion of the video to be auto replayed.
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Note from Mozilla: This add-on has been discontinued. Try DragIt instead.
Allows you to open links in new tabs, and do more with drag and drop gestures easier.
This add-on id discontinued. Please use https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/auto-shutdown-webextension/ instead
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