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|User since||March 5, 2007|
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I think I'm going to have to install this on all my computers -- it's just too addictive being able to twit without opening up another window, not even a dialog box. Talk about instant gratification!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.0.8).
Hides almost all of the really annoying flashy animated crap that otherwise clogs the intertubes. I always install AdBlock first thing when I start a new FF profile.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.7.5.1).
I like being able to put all of my tabs in rows, instead of only being able to see 10 or so tabs at a time. The variable width tab titles is really helpful as well. I also appreciate "Single Window Mode" which greatly reduces the number of FF windows I have to have open.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.3.6).
No more poring over stylesheets and XHTML in order to find out which hex color is in use. Also allows me to figure out which colors are used in a compressed image.
And adding a color picker to Firefox is just genius ~.^
Helps me to stay oriented when I have 20+ tabs open. Lets me keep the number of open tabs manageable, because I can close tabs from the FoxPose view, and I don't have to worry about accidentally closing tabs I want.
Visualizes exactly what is going on the DOM at any given moment. Great for DHTML as well as XSL.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.5.02).
There was never a real IDE for debugging Web sites, until FireBug 1.0. It's absolutely essential for any kind of complicated DOM scripts or CSS.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.05).
Actually I have only written 4 userscripts, because usually I find that someone else has already written what I wanted. Anyway, a great tool and a great community!
Keeps me from getting lost when I have a 20+ tabs open. Lets me easily find the tab I'm currently in, and gives me a very direct visual cue as to which tabs I visited most recently, as well as which tabs are just clutter and should be closed.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.5.2).
I have about 3k bookmarks and this extension allows me to actually keep them organized. I use the Bundles view for my toolbar. Sometimes I also use the Firefox toolbar as well, since the extension now supports that :)
This extension has a lot of the features of Johnvey Hwang's del.icio.us Director, even faceted tag browsing.
It can be slow sometimes, but it's worth it because I am so much more productive overall, since constant access to my bookmarks and tags, makes me a whole lot more productive.