About this Collection
Take a stroll through the great ocean of applications for the beloved Mozilla Seamonquey, icon by victor1410, deviantart.com
38 Add-ons in this Collection
AutoPager automatically loads next pages when you reach the end of a page. It works on a ton of sites,Google,Yahoo..
It works well with most other add-ons adblock plus, WOT and most of the greasemonkey scripts.
You can also try AutoPagerLite.
NewsFox is an efficient 3-pane(email) style Atom/RSS feed reader.
Certificate Patrol by Carlo v. Loesch, tg(x), others
Your browser trusts many certification authorities and intermediate sub-authorities quietly, every time you enter an HTTPS web site. This add-on reveals when certificates are updated, so you can ensure it was a legitimate change.
CustomizeGoogle enhances Google by adding information and removing unwanted information.
This theme reflects the early days of Mozilla (M4 to M8) and tries to restore the blue-styled look of like those early milestones in current SeaMonkey without cutting any...
Firefox based theme for SeaMonkey 2.x
(Formerly Local Install) The primary goal of this extension is to provide the tools needed to install and manage extensions and themes locally and tons of other features.
Note: With Toolkit 6.0 Auto Archiving is fully working in Firefox 2.0 and temp...
Put your mouse over any Japanese words on a webpage and it gives you the pronunciation and definition. English, German, French, and Russian dictionaries; Save and export words for studying later!
ScribeFire Classic is a blog editor that integrates with Firefox and lets you easily post to your blog.
ScribeFire Classic is no longer supported; you should install ScribeFire Next: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/scribefire-next
Note from Mozilla: This add-on has been discontinued. Try Forecastfox Weather instead.
Get international weather and weather forecasts with Forecastbar Enhanced.
Text-to-Image by Starks, RockMFR, others
Convert text URLs and links to images into thumbnails.
Based on the original by Rus Hughes.