Add-ons Ken Uses
by Ken Saunders
About this Collection
A listing of add-ons for me to find later when rebuilding profiles, for recommending add-ons to others, or for occasional usage. As of 3/15/2013, 83 installed, 60 enabled
86 Add-ons in this Collection
Monitors web pages for updates. Useful for websites that don't provide Atom or RSS feeds.
If you aren't concerned about someone looking over your shoulder and stealing your passwords, why hassle with those obfuscated password fields, where you never know whether you typed your 30 character code correctly or not...
Permanently hide content from web pages using the Context Menu. Simply, click and "Remove it Permanently". Now includes previewing of items before removal, support for IFrame as well as lots of advanced features to make it easy for...
Restore "Click to Play" ability of per-element for Firefox 36 and above.
Tell websites your browser is a phone. Very handy for dial-up connections, or just to speed up browsing. Simple, small, and fast. Go Mobile.
Manage form history entries (search, edit, cleanup, export/import) and easy text formfiller.
Auto-save text entered in any form while typing to allow fast recovery when disaster strikes.
Control for which webpage form history is saved or not.
Offers the possibility to display documents in browser window.
This 15KB restartless add-on will add a "File" -> "Restart" menu item and a ctrl/cmd + alt + r hotkey to restart Firefox or Seamonkey.
Keep your menus in check by filtering out items you never use.
Adds extension options dialogs to the Tools or Titlebar menu and includes toolbar icon.
Set a minimum text size for all web content. Use the toolbar button to switch it on and off. NEW: Three preset sizes. NEW: Use mouse scroll on the toolbar button.
A no-clutter image viewer for Firefox that allows you to zoom, rotate and display images/videos against a custom background. ImageTweak is a must-have addon for any photographer or photography-loving user.
Sets permanent opt-out cookies to stop behavioral advertising for 100+ different advertising networks, including Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, all members of the Network Advertising Initiative, and many other companies.