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
89 Add-ons in this Collection
This extension adds a button ("Dump list") to the Add-ons window. When this button is pressed, a new window is opened with the list of installed extensions, themes or plugins...
Automatically removes entries from the new download history.
This addon enhances all the tooltips in Firefox. DOWNLOAD the new Firefox 4.0-compatible version there: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/7314/contribute/roadblock/?src=version-history&version=3.0.20110409 :)
Brings back verifiedIdentity and verifiedDomain highlighting colors to the Site Identity Button. Also includes a darker style
Places a "Manage Folder" item on the context menu of bookmark folders, which opens the "Places Organizer" expanded to that folder.
Creates a formatted page from bookmarks.
（alt. "BookmarksHome" for Firefox1.5）
Open Dom Inspector at this node from Inspect on context menu. Dom Inspector must already be installed. Handy for checking both page for web developers and chrome for extension...
Note: Not compatible with Firefox 25+ (try FindBar Tweak instead). In Firefox 24 and below, adds a find bar button that allows you to search for a word/phrase on a web page and lists the results. Also displays the total number of matches found.
Workaround: Bug 489729 - Clicking a tab once and then moving your mouse in a downward motion causes a new window to open.
Optionally(If you want):
Disable detach tab completery, Enable to create Shortcut on the desctop/explorer.
This extension adds File Open and Save functionality to editable text fields and areas, in effect turning them into...
A Firefox extension that modifies addons.mozilla.org to show the old collection widgets. Bound to break in the future since the collections feature is being evaluated and might change significantly.
Adds toolbar button and context menus for invoking the DOM Inspector (DOMi) for either chrome or content elements.