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April 30, 2008 at 3:19 pm #22620Historical Forums UserParticipant
What Fire fox add-ons / extensions do you use and what do they do.
All-in-One Side bar – easier access to bookmarks history, downloads, and others.
British English dictionary – so I don’t look like an illiterate fool on forums!
NoScript – No damn malware is sneaking it’s way on to my PC!
Firebug – well it’s obvious, and one of the best tools out there.
GridFox – I found this recently – it overlays a customisable grid over any web page. Another very useful developer’s tool.
I’m hoping to find more useful little tools and add-ons, so share with me; what do you use, what does it do, and why do you use it?May 1, 2008 at 7:13 pm #47230wmwoodParticipant
Dust-Me Selectors – A Firefox extension (for v1.5 or later) that finds unused CSS selectors.May 3, 2008 at 6:27 pm #47253CoopFLYMember
I just started using Firebug and Web Developer Toolbar. I am still trying to learn all the basics of Web Developer Toolbar. I still can not install PicLens because i am using Firefox 3.0 Beta 5 and the Add-On i guess is not up-to-dateMay 4, 2008 at 1:07 am #47268Digital SkrapsMember
export color profile thing
some measuring tool,
the signature add on
the tab thing that makes my home page pop up on new tabs
IE tab that switches the tab to IE7
and i just found some pretty cool new ones the other day in a big list that im going to go through. pretty excited about those. hopefully ill find something cool
i didnt care for firebug until i saw that you can change styles live so that comes in handy to get something up, scoot things around and then go back to the code and fix it getting things pixel perfect. diagnostic stuff is cool too. i use that and webdev for different things i guess and actually dont use either that often.May 5, 2008 at 4:36 am #47302FlaviaMember
Thanks for the Gridfox and Dust-me-selectors hints guys, I needed those!
Apart from the already mentioned evergreens (Firebug and Web Dev Toolbar) I also use FireCookie to manage cookies (ha, pleonastic :) ), as I use lots of differents accounts with different features, for testing purposes on the websites that I work on.
I also find Fireshot a very handy add-on, to grab portions and entire pages (with or without scrolling): it’s fast, light and allows basic editing.November 27, 2019 at 6:04 pm #299717zamohtParticipant
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