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User since July 17, 2011
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Open Tabs Next to Current

Rated 5 out of 5 stars


There is no such option:

There is only:
(and the DEFAULT for that option is "TRUE", so there's no need to modify...)


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Loved it pre-web extensions and nearly cried when I could not use it anymore.
But it's back!

Works great, as always.

Thanks, Oleksandr!!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.11). 

OneNote Web Clipper

♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Makes my life complete. Now I can die happy.

This user has 3 previous reviews of this add-on.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars


It allows you to do practically anything browser related using just your keyboard (a la Vim).

Example: To close the current tab, just press the letter "x".
There's a TON more key mappings available, plus, you can change them.

There are other tools in the extension as well, but I'll let others write reviews of those.

Great job, developer!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.9.14). 

Bookmarks Organizer

Rated 5 out of 5 stars


I read a lot of complaints here about slowness or freezing, but decided to try it anyway.

I opened it up via the toolbar button and started the process of checking "broken bookmarks."

The extension found 11,348 bookmarks (total) and checked them - at a pace of about 1,000 per minute.

Then, when the field "Checking Bookmark Number" reached bookmark # 11,290, it seemed to stop counting up (freeze?), but the activity throbber was still moving.

Unsure, I went into developer tools and checked the activity, and saw that the page was not frozen and the extension's script was still working.

FYI: I use 2 PCs on my desk, so I turned my attention to my other PC and did some things on that one. About 10 minutes later, I turned back to the PC with this extension running and lo and behold, the "Checking Bookmark Number" counter had ticked up to bookmark # 11,292.

Realizing it was just gonna take some time for the "problem child" bookmarks to be checked, I let it go overnight.

This morning, I found the extension had completed it's job and I was able to delete duplicates, remove broken links and edit others, all right within the results window (tab).

The process of editing is a bit slow (one at a time), but I'm sure the developer will attend to that in good time.

All-in-all, well done. Thanks to the developer, we now have a bookmark checker for 57+ and we'd not had one for years!

Great job, developer!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.3.0). 

OneNote Web Clipper

Love it! Rated 5 out of 5 stars

OneNote is literally the *ONLY* "brain in-box" software (a place to stash notes, checklists, files, etc) that is accessible from whatever device your hands touch.

True, OneNote is not great at everything, but it IS great at being accessible across platforms.

So many times, I've looked for note-taking software that I can view on my Windows desktops/laptops AND access on my androids and iPad, but OneNote still wins.

Hell, here's how ubiquitous OneNote is... go to your windows desktop search (press the "windows" key) and type in a tag you've used in OneNote. Or type it in the search box of a desktop explorer window... or... you get the idea...

The Web Clipper makes stashing all that "stuff" you find on the Internet a breeze.

Good show, developers!

Now PLEASE work on OneNote being able to notify me!
Also, I need a pony.

k, thank you.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.7.2).  This user has other reviews of this add-on.

NoSquint Plus

I loved NoSquint, but when it broke last night, I re-discovered another add-on I'd used and liked better... Now using Zoom Page WE Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Go here for this other add-on that let's you finely control text and image zoom on a page-by-page basis, just like no Squint.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (61.3). 

LastPass Password Manager

Ditto on version 3.3.4 working... Rated 4 out of 5 stars

OMG. My toolbar button has been disappearing quite often, and every time it does, I spend an ungodly amount of time trying to install/re-install/re-re-re-install the various versions from either or the Add-ons page...(beta, too) Sometimes it would work, but mostly, I get NOTHING. No d**m toolbar button and login pages are, of course, not pre-filled in. So, the add-on is enabled in my FF, but that's where any hint of LastPass being installed, ends.

I removed it, installed version 3.3.4 and restarted.

LastPass toolbar button is back, in all it's horrid looking glory!
October 14, 2017

Nope. 3.3.4 is broken, too. Icon disappeared from toolbar AND add-on disappeared altogether from FF. (Not even in disabled section).

Installed BETA and toolbar icon is back AND it responded to a login page properly. However, I edited the LastPass entry to AutoLogin and the change wasn't saved. (Sigh.)

October 15, 2017

Installed beta and IT WORKS FINE.
I'm on FF version 56.0 (64-bit)
So now I'm putting my rating back up to 4 stars, after having dropped it to one star during this fiasco.

I have deducted 1 star due to the interface being poorly designed.

Note to LastPass team:

Your UI design blows chunks all over the carpet.

Just because "other developers" use an over-hyped, depth-perception nightmare interface like Metro/Material, does *NOT* mean it's a grand idea.


Imagine if the roads we drove on were designed like your interface. We'd all be dead from car accidents.

PS- Just in case you weren't aware, LastPass, there *ARE* college courses in web design. Or, go take one of the hundreds of online professional courses for designing user interfaces... or, for fcks sake, at least read one of the bazillion books on how to design apps/web objects.

Being skilled in programming does NOT AUTOMATICALLY mean that programmer is *ALSO* skilled in UI design.

Professional, EXPERT UI designers focus solely on the front end of your software.

If your back-end programmers think the UI design part of the project gets done at the end, as almost an afterthought, then your mgmt needs an overhaul.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (4.1.54). 

OneNote Web Clipper

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Love it!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.4.2).  This user has other reviews of this add-on.

OneNote Web Clipper

Works Perfectly For Me - on FF 49 with Win 10 Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Love the multiple regions on one page ability! OneNote Team, you guys rock!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.2.8). 

Soft Aqua

Thank you! Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Very nice and soothing.
Thank you for not making the fonts shadowed!

Open Clipboard Links

Works like a charm. Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I use a clipboard program called Clipboard Help + Spell (, which gives me the ability to combine multiple clips into one clip, with a single click.

I copied 59 individual links to imdb movie listings, combined them, copied the full list to my clipboard, and right now, I'm watching 59 tabs open up! SWEET!

The icon looks like a black and white clipboard and appeared next to the FF 3-line "menu" button on the far right of the URL tool bar.

As soon as I had copied the 59 links, the icon displayed a count badge of "59".

Too awesome.
Great job, developer!

Color Folders

[UPDATED REVIEW] Nada. Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I refused to give up on this extension so I disabled all of my extensions and re-enabled them one by one.

I found out which extension makes color folders stop working.

The extension that causes color folders to not work is [excuse me, this PC is taken. I'm writing a review online... go find your own PC, bud, k? ... holy sh!@$#!! is that a gun??!?! Wait! I won't sa... argh!!!!!!!! blech. splat. thud. ...... ...... .... .. . . . .

°gasp°... barely lifts head;...... whispers;..... tasks & mails.... thud.

Previous review:

I hate to give it one star, as I don't actually know how well it works.

It's in the context menu for folders, but clicking it doesn't change a thing.

Maybe it's a test of the human species -- to see how many times humans will click on something that doesn't give a reward, before giving up?

I'm running TB v 38.2.0 and leaving now to get some M&Ms...

Multi Links

Works Perfectly For Me - on FF 39 Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Have FF 39 on all my machines (God help me, I have one netbook in my workshop that has FF 35 and I'm loathe to let it update....) and this works perfectly.
Each option works like it's supposed to, nothing quirky, etc.

Anyways, I don't know what AnonA2 was having a problem with, but Multi Links is working fine with 39. :D

Gotta read it

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

This is REALLY cool.
I'm "visual", (ADHD) so when I am working with data, I need all of it displayed, at the same time.

Clicking back and forth between various bookmarks folders (or tag folders) doesn't help me to get a cohesive viewpoint of what I've got, or what's misplaced, etc.

**** Highly recommended ****

One tidbit that might help others:
Each selection has an "Important" section at the top.
To put a bookmark up there, just drag it from the normal section.

Bookmarks x Tags

Sweet! I think this might turn my sea of bookmarks into something useful, for once. Rated 5 out of 5 stars

This is sweet!
I created an x-tag in my bookmarks bar and used a tag I am always searching my bookmarks for.

After I created the x-tag, I just clicked on the gray tag icon and beheld sweet awesomeness!!

Bookmarks from all sorts of folders were aggregated into one drop down.

I think I'm gonna be spending too much time updating my tags....

PS- First startup is a little non-intuitive.
After you move the tags as the author mentions, click the first tag - it has no text after it. HAVE FUN!

Great job, author!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.3.1-signed). 

Speed Dial [FVD] New Tab Page, 3D Start Page, Sync

great Rated 5 out of 5 stars

works great!!!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on ( 

Custom Buttons

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I created individual buttons for places I go to often..
I used images from my own PC so the button is easily identifiable.

If you aren't sure how to create a new button, go to the developer's pages.
I "borrowed" some basic buttons, which I then was able to modify...creating my own. :)

I didn't have to learn anything difficult, and if you just need need basic "click the button, go here" capability, then Custom Buttons is fine.
You *CAN* get more complex control of your buttons, if you WISH, but creating a simple button is... well... very simple.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (