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Wednesday, February 10, 2010 by JanOscar | Discussion: Personal Computing

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HG_Eliminator
Reply #1 Wednesday, February 10, 2010 11:13 PM

my fave is the Farmville addon by Zynga. second would be the download stats bar. Chatzilla is good for IRC chatting. and dont forget shockwave flash.. Twitty tunes was cool. but is not supported with latest build of FF.

scruf57
Reply #2 Wednesday, February 10, 2010 11:17 PM

My fav is the Multirow Bookmarks Toolbar--I have so many favorite sites that they don't fit on just one toolbar

Disturbedcomputer
Reply #3 Wednesday, February 10, 2010 11:19 PM

I don't remember the name but it is an add-blocker and one that blocks adobe Flash Adds

and one more but only good if you use Robo form

 

PoSmedley
Reply #4 Thursday, February 11, 2010 12:00 AM

I recently installed Weave Sync. It's pretty sweet.

narbytrout
Reply #5 Thursday, February 11, 2010 12:23 AM

Add-on: "WOT" Web of Trust

Why: It is a much leaner version of McAfee Siteadvisor.  Which allows me to surf the net, discovering new things, and informs me when a site has potentially harmful crap on it.

Add-on: "X-Marks"

Why: Keeps a list of Bookmarks and Passwords for me (online).  It's nice to be able to sign in and download my bookmarks anywhere I go.  It has come in very handy several times already.

Add-on: "Searchbar Autosizer"

Why: Saves me space in my menubar which allows me to see full web addresses

mrakomo
Reply #6 Thursday, February 11, 2010 1:20 AM

IE TAB is good for pages, that work only in Internet Explorer. They render using the MSIE engine, but show in a FF window. Adblock Plus is great in eliminating advertisements. Firebug is excellent, if you want to debug you web pages.

Disturbedcomputer
Reply #7 Thursday, February 11, 2010 1:54 AM

Why: Keeps a list of Bookmarks and Passwords for me (online). It's nice to be able to sign in and download my bookmarks anywhere I go. It has come in very handy several times already.

 

If that was at (ME) a.k.a. Robo form It keeps them on MY computer NOT on LINE

not the one for Google Chorme it is on line and I am not going to use that one till my passwords are saved on my PC and not some on line place

 

DethAdder
Reply #8 Thursday, February 11, 2010 2:13 AM

Adblock Plus

FastestFox

FireGestures

Favicon Picker

Reduce All Marks 2.4

kona0197
Reply #9 Thursday, February 11, 2010 2:25 AM

I use Adblock plus, Fasterfox, Foxytunes, Weatherbug, Colorfultabs, and Webmail Notifier.

Fuzzy Logic
Reply #10 Thursday, February 11, 2010 2:41 AM

Adblock Plus

AniWeather

ChatZilla

DownThemAll

teddybearcholla
Reply #11 Thursday, February 11, 2010 7:43 AM

Excellent post Yrgal!!!  

I use TinEyeReverse Image Search ...the data base is growing for this one. It is how I check on my images and friends images to see if they are ripped. 

Scrapbook  ... I use that  to capture pages I want to read or save for posterity.

WOT ...web of trust  ...this I just added a couple of weeks ago, also have McAfee site advisor, maybe that is redundent having both.

Brief and US English Dictionary also.

Lantec
Reply #12 Thursday, February 11, 2010 7:47 AM

XMarks

Tab Mix Plus

Download Statusbar

WOT

Yoono

Anycolor

Nuttygamer
Reply #13 Thursday, February 11, 2010 8:33 AM

Personal Fav: Split browser (allow multiple webpage viewing (at once) without multiple window)

Ad block Plus

Undo Last tab (always useful)

Fox tab

Kitkun
Reply #14 Thursday, February 11, 2010 9:04 AM

AdblockPlus

Download Statusbar

FastestFox

FireFTP

FlashBlock

FoxyTunes

TabMix Plus

Tab Scope

 

Mirsguy
Reply #15 Thursday, February 11, 2010 9:14 AM

AdBlock Plus: Keeps the crap off your page.

Download Statusbar: Keeps your DL's neat and out of the way.

X-Marks: Great for making sure that each computer you use has the same bookmarks. Only really useful if you use more than 1 machine.

IE TAB is good for pages, that work only in Internet Explorer.

I agree, but it doesn't work on the latest version of FF.

Hankers
Reply #16 Thursday, February 11, 2010 10:05 AM

IE Tab plug-in - https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/1419

Working for me with the latest version of FF.

TanisGosu
Reply #17 Thursday, February 11, 2010 10:08 AM

DownThemAll : Enables to pause/resume downloads and to keep a "favorite" folder, so you only have to press enter after clicking on your download link and it's done (or choose the one you wish). Also keeps a list of your current downloads. You can also choose to download normally if you want.

Open in IE : For those sites which do not work correctly on Firefox, though I must admit they're getting pretty rare.

CharlesCS
Reply #18 Thursday, February 11, 2010 11:15 AM

I do a lot of blogging while on line so I have a set of Add-ons I found to be very handy for blogging. I am also picky about the way things look so I have add-ons for that as well.

Adblock Plus

All-in-One Sidebar - Nice way to keep my add-ons and downloads where I can access them easily

Autocopy - great for copying text from websites by simply highlinghting it - not working with 3.6 at the moment.

Cool Previews - It helps not having to click a link to open a page just to see if it's what I'm looking for.

IE Tab - Not working with 3.6 yet so have Coral IE Tab for now

FEBE - Great Add-on and Firefox preferences backup

Lazarus - Ever typed a long post only to have the browser glitch and lose everything you wrote before it posted? Not anymore with this add-on.

Read It Later - Great way to go back to a page when looking for new material to blog about.

Screengrab - when you just need that screen as an image at the moment

Tab Mix Plus - love all the tweaking I can do with my tabs

Text Link - so when you find a site address that is not clickable on a page, now it is.

Xmarks - the perfect bookmark backup

United States English Dictionary - comes in very handy when typing too fast.

There are the ones I use mostly for blogging, others are to simply make some sites look better like Google.

CharlesCS
Reply #19 Thursday, February 11, 2010 11:15 AM

How ironic, this double post proves how good Lazarus is.

Shadowdragoon
Reply #20 Thursday, February 11, 2010 11:26 AM

Adblock Plus Oh, so nice to surf without all those annoying adds everywhere.

LongURL Mobile expander Shows where those tinyurls and other shortened URLs really go.

Noscript to deal whit some annoying scripts, specially those scripts that will not let you view a page if you got Adblock plus active.

Skipscreen to skip the confirmation/(usually) add filled page on many download sites.

Downthemall for when more refined download management is needed

British English dictionary for when  to look more sophisticated than usual on the net.

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