Saturday, June 04, 2005

What's in your Firefox?

90% Crud: What's in your Firefox?
Seems to be the current meme going around so I thought I'd list some of the ccol extensions I've found for Firefox.

Image Zoom : Let's you zoom in on images on a web page.

Autocopy : Select text on any web page and it will be automatically copied to the clipboard. It works in much the same way as does Trillian or mIrc.

Better Search : An extension for Firefox which enhances Google (all international flavours, too), MSN Search, Yahoo Search, A9, (web results), AllTheWeb, and by adding previews (thumbnails) and Amazon product images and info (type, price, rating for US/DE/UK/CA/FR products), a quick preview feature as well as "Open in New Window", "Site Info" and "Wayback Machine" links to the search results.

BugMeNot : My Favorite! Bypass compulsory web registration via Firefox’s right-click context menu. Compatibile with Mozilla and current Firefox releases.

SpellBound : SpellBound is a port of the spellchecker code and user interface from the Mozilla Suite's Composer that enables spell checking in web forms such as html textarea / input elements (html input password elements are not checked by SpellBound) and rich text form elements. This allows you to spell check forms (e.g. message board posts, blog entries, wysiwyg, etc.) before submitting them when using your Mozilla Firefox or Mozilla Suite browser.

So, what's in your Firefox?


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