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Favorite Firefox Extensions?

jebfour

Turbo Monkey
Jun 19, 2003
1,156
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NC
Like the title says, what are your favorite Firefox extensions? I just started using Firefox again and was curious as to what others recommend.

I'm currently using "Ad Block Plus" and "New Tab Homepage"
 

binary visions

The voice of reason
Jun 13, 2002
21,678
451
NC
Fasterfox really does make a big difference in browsing speeds.

Also, I used to like StumbleUpon, but I had to uninstall it because I never got anything done :disgust1:
 

Tenchiro

Attention K Mart Shoppers
Jul 19, 2002
5,407
0
New England
Adblock w/ Filterset.G Updater -> No ads, no configuration. Win/win.
Fasterfox -> I turn off the pre-fetching but it is noticably faster.
Forecastfox -> It is nice to plan rides around.
Stumbleupon -> Ultimate time waster. :monkey:
Better Gmail 2 -> Allows for gtalk at work when you force encryption across the gmail domain.
Foxmarks -> Good for syncing multiple bookmarks across PC's.
Greasemonkey -> Handy scripting utility.
 

giantrider89

Monkey
Oct 16, 2006
423
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P-town, MN
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/39

mouse gestures is definitely the best one you can get....

it allows you to navigate firefox (back, forward, new tab, etc......) with just right clicking and dragging different directions.....so i can right click drag left and go back a page, or right click and drag in a 'z' shape and go to the next numbered page in a thread......

its a really slick item!

so now you can move even less when using the computer!
 

stevew

unique white person
Sep 21, 2001
32,697
3,431
Whatever extension it was that let you download videos from youtube.
 

pixelninja

Turbo Monkey
Jun 14, 2003
2,131
0
Denver, CO
I use del.icio.us for all my bookmarks, so I use their extension all the time.

Also...
Adblock Plus + Filterset.G Updater
BugMeNot
Duplicate Tab + Tabbrowser Preferences
 

LokiLopez

Monkey
Sep 7, 2005
437
0
London
Firebug, for all you JS monkeys! ;)

Also, FireFTP, HTMLValidator, Adblock, IEtab, Imagezoom, Mouse gestures, QuickJava and WebDeveloper!

Piclens is also great for searching images in google, flickr, etc! :thumb: