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Some serious Firefox extensions

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reviewed by C:/ at SpaghettiTech, Sept 2005



Notes from Clif

Thanks C:/, I've never seen some of these extensions. Now that I've got Firefox 1.5 loaded, I'm trying out some new extensions. I'm sure you've picked the best of the best.


From C:/ at SpaghettiTech

Some serious Firefox extensions


Here's a list of Firefox extensions you should try:



FlashGot: highly configurable extension to make FF handle several download managers;

NoScript: from the same author of FlashGot, an extension to allow java and java script only for selected sites;

Spoofstick: extension to detect spoofing;


AdBlock: block unwanted ads and banners;

FlashBlock: displays an image instead of a flash banner; click it to see the flash;


Culler: cookie manager;

Permit Cookies: allow/allow for session/block/remove cookies by clicking a single button;


Tabbrowser Preferences: don't tell me you know what tabbed browsing is, until you've tried this...;

Make Link: adds a context menu item which allows you to copy links to the clipboard in text, Html or forum-code format;

Spellbound: checks the spell in web forms;

Dictionary Search: looks for a highlighted word in an online dictionary;


see more here



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