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.
129 Add-ons in this Collection
This add-on provides the ability to add single or multiple links to the browser history, making them appear visited, without having to actually visit them. It also allows them to be removed from the history.
FoxVox will speak any text you highlight in a web page. FoxVox can also create audiobooks in mp3, ogg, and wav formats. You can now easily turn your blogs and articles into podcasts.
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. ...
Keep your favorite Extensions synced with all your computers.
Check multiple checkboxes with ease by drawing a box around them to automatically select them all.
Right-click a link to copy its text; also optionally offers ability to right-click drop-down menu items, buttons, and other form controls to get their text or values
Replaces the error page with a more stylish appearance with additional features.
NextPlease! is a highly configurable extension that allows you to jump to next and previous links on search results pages, like Google, Yahoo, Ebay, Amazon, and many other sites. NextPlease! can be triggered via keyboard shortcuts, toolbar...
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://simplebrowsingschedule.wordpress.com/
This add-on id discontinued. Please use https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/auto-shutdown-webextension/ instead
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