t Firefox Extensions

By pjain      Published July 9, 2020, 7:59 p.m. in blog Programming   

FFox REF - complicated XUL

Resources

Concept, What

FF Extensions & Addons

Those of you who use Firefox - and if you don’t, why the heck don’t you - already know that it kicks Internet Explorer’s… uh… well… it beats Internet Explorer on most properly written Web pages. (Or, at least, that’s what I and the other folks who helped bring Firefox (Fx) to a hundred million downloads think.) It’s also substantially less prone to infections, as long as the user does his or her part by not doing unsafe things in unsafe places - sort of like life in general.

However, I’ve found that a surprising number of Fx users aren’t aware of one of its major hidden attractions: the hundreds of “extensions” that can give it capabilities that Internet Exploder’s designers can only dream of. These range from add-ons that give Fx’s already excellent tab-browsing feature even more capabilities, to a button that will let you disable all Java with a click, to a built-in HTML editor with WYSIWYG interface, to a little window on the task bar that will tell you the current Homeland “Security” state of alert, (either straight or silly, depending on your politics.) There are add-on Graphic User Interfaces (GUIs) for IE that provide some of the same features, but you can’t pick and choose like you can with Firefox Extensions.

There’s no way I’m going to try to give you an overview of all Fx’s available add-ons. You can review them yourself, if you have a fast connection and a few hours to scroll through the lists and descriptions. It’s pretty safe to say, however, that you can find a few that will allow you to do things you never knew you needed to do with your browser. What I will do, in the next few columns, is tell you about the extensions I have installed, some I’ve enjoyed testing, and some others that I got rid of - and why.

Oh, one other thing. Adding extensions will increase the time your browser takes to open, as well as the amount of physical memory (RAM) it requires - and the one big flaw in Fx is that it’s a memory hog! If you have a slow computer, or too little RAM, it may be annoying. In that case, you’ll have to make some decisions. Fortunately, all the extensions can be disabled/removed with a few clicks, and RAM is about the cheapest effective upgrade you can make to a computer.

FFox3 Usage Top Addons

Ads,Perf, Tab, Session Control

  • AdBlock Plus https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/1865
  • http://www.download.com/Session-Manager/3000-11745_4-10828937.html http://www.download.com/All-In-One-Sidebar/3000-11745_4-10500385.html

  • All-In-One-Sidebar, allows me to force the Add-ons and Downloads windows in a sidebar, but it also creates a collapsing sidebar that comes with a secondary toolbar. I have it set open my bookmarks, history, and page info as well as add-on and download lists

Power user Tools

  • Greasemonkey https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/748 Firefox 3 compatible! Firefox add-on GreasemonkeyAnd last but not least Greasemonkey. Allows you to customize the way a webpage displays using small bits of JavaScript. Hundreds of scripts, for a wide variety of popular sites, are already available at userscripts.org. You can write your own scripts, too. Check out wiki.greasespot.net to get started

Bookmark, Tab URL Managers

  • Tab Mix Plus ?? for some reason, it didn't work with Firefox 3
  • user's guide. - http://www.download.com/8301-2007_4-9732587-12.html http://www.download.com/Tab-Mix-Plus/3000-11745_4-10503067.html

  • GMarks https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/2888

GMarks helps you sync & manage your bookmarks with Google Bookmarks. It is not really necessary if you have Google Browser Sync Mozilla Weave already. Since it’s also synchronizing everything including your bookmarks. But I like the possibility that I can view my bookmarks in a sidebar with GMarks and just drag and drop an open tab to a specific bookmark folder. Much easier than click on the bookmark icon and select the bookmark folder in the dropdown menu.

  • https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/934

Copies and pastes all urls of open tabs inclusive history in structured and well defined form to and from clipboard. Many options available: Tinyurl for long URLs, title before URL, sort order (Tab Order, Domain Name, Title), markup option. How many times I opened several websites and I had to copy all of them in an email or something else. This is a really helpful tool.

  • Tab URL Copier with less options. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/2069

SN Sharing, Offline Content

  • Shareaholic Firefox 3 compatible! https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/5457 Firefox add-on ShareaholicFound something awesome online and can’t wait to pass it on? Tired of copying and pasting endless URLs? Shareaholic allows you to share, bookmark and e-mail web pages quickly without leaving your browser. Instead of having several plugins you just have one for almost all important websites. digg, del.icio.us, facebook, friendfeed, google bookmarks, magnolia, mixx, reddit, simpy, stumbleupon, truemors, tumblr, twitter, bzzster

  • http://www.ideashower.com/ideas/launched/read-it-later/ Read it Later Firefox 3 compatible! Firefox add-on Read it LaterThis Firefox extension allows you to save pages of interest to read later. It eliminates cluttering of bookmarks with sites that are merely of a one-time interest. “It’s a ’staging area’ for bookmarks.” One of my favorite extension. Save pages to a reading list to read when you have time Offline Reading Mode - Read the items you’ve saved for later on the plane, train, or anywhere Randomly surf through your list or select specific items

Net Mastery, Domains, Country, Security

  • Domaintools.com whois button. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/2855

Bookmark Sync

  • Google Browser Sync doesn't work with Firefox 3,

  • foxmarks bookmarks synchronizer, works well for me. http://www.foxmarks.com/ https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/2410

  • Mozilla is working on something called 'weave', that will sink your books marks extenstions and so on. They are developing it currently at mozilla labs: http://labs.mozilla.com/2008/06/weave-status-update/

Video, Media, Music

Video

  • Magic’s Video https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/6033 Firefox 3 compatible! Firefox add-on Magic’s VideoSave your video as flv. From a large number of websites! Faster & easy download! With a relative title to the video you download! Download videos from Video.Google.com; Youtube.com; Metacafe.Com; 220.ro; Trilulilu.Ro; Neogen - Video; 2XtremeBoom.phg.ro; Metacafe.Ro; xtube.com; redtube.com; xhamster.com; myvideo.de; peteava.ro; myspace.com; ifilm.com (spike.com); dailymotion.com; pornhub.com; gametrailers.com; mymusclevideo.com; vbox7.com; video.acasa.ro; crunchyroll.com; wrzuta.pl; supernovatube.com; 420tube.com; godtube.com; tnaflix.com; video.rol.ro; protv.ro, a lot more websites will be added!

Music

  • FF3 FoxyTunes 3.0 adds the ability to turn any page into a playlist http://www.download.com/FoxyTunes/3000-11745_4-10854865.html

Media

Images, Graphics

Fonts

  • Font Finder Firefox 3 compatible!https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/4415 Firefox add-on Font FinderSimply highlight a single element (e.g. a paragraph or a strong tag ), right-click and select Font Finder, then marvel as the full CSS text styling of the selected element appears. So simple and useful! I really like this add-on since you can find out very fast what font style is been used on a certain text.

Color

  • ColorZilla https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/271 Firefox 3 compatible! Firefox add-on ColorZillaWith ColorZilla you can get a color reading from any point in your browser, quickly adjust this color and paste it into another program. You can Zoom the page you are viewing and measure distances between any two points on the page. The built-in palette browser allows choosing colors from pre-defined color sets and saving the most used colors in custom palettes. DOM spying features allow getting various information about DOM elements quickly and easily. And there’s more…

Online & USB storage

  • Gmail Space. The FTP-style split-screen interface 7GB! http://www.download.com/Gspace/3000-11745_4-10603499.html

USB

  • Google Browser Sync doesn't work with Firefox 3, it's very useful for keeping Bookmarks, Passwords etc synced on multiple PCs. I've just tried Firefox 3 Portable on my USB stick and Google Browser Sync was the only one of my add-ons not to work. Fire FTP updated automatically.

Drag & Drop Files

  • DragDropUpload until you install it. The add-on gives you the ability to drag a file from your desktop into any text field in a Web page. Lightweight but extremely effective, if you e-mail a lot of attachments, this should quickly become a massive time-saver. http://www.download.com/DragDropUpload/3000-11745_4-10745681.html

Internet Tools

FTP

  • http://www.download.com/FireFTP/3000-11745_4-10546451.html
  • FireFTP https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/684 is a free, secure, cross- platform FTP client for Mozilla Firefox which provides easy and intuitive access to FTP servers. Along with transferring your files quickly and efficiently, FireFTP also includes more advanced features such as: directory comparison, syncing directories while navigating, SSL encryption, search/filtering, integrity checks, remote editing, drag & drop, file hashing, and much more! Easy to setup and use. No other FTP program necessary.

Developer Tools

IDE

JS

  • JSView https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/2076 Firefox 3 compatible! Firefox add-on JSViewAll browsers include a “View Source” option, but none of them offer the ability to view the source code of external files. Most websites store their javascripts and style sheets in external files and then link to them within a web page’s source code. You can use the JSView extension to solve the problem. If the website you are viewing contains any external js/css files, an icon will appear that says “SS”, “JS”, or both. Each individual file can then be viewed by clicking on the filename. The file will be opened in a new window. An alternative to JSView is View Dependencies

  • View Dependencies Firefox 3 compatible! https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/2214 Firefox add-on View DependenciesView Dependencies adds a tab to the Page Info window, in which it lists all the files which were loaded to show the current page. It orders the files by servers and by types (image, stylesheet, script, …). The size of each file, the total size per server and the total page size are displayed. With a context menu, you can open any file in a new tab or new window. You can also copy an url to the clipboard. View Dependencies is a good and helpful tool, but I prefer JSView.

HTML Validators

  • Web Developer Firefox 3 compatible! https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/60 Firefox add-on Web DeveloperIt’s a powerful all in one plugin. Adds a menu and a toolbar with various web developer tools. This has everything you can even imagine packed into it. Absolutely the greatest web development tool out there. It has so many functions, many user don’t even know about it. Be sure to check out all features of this add-on. A default add-on on my Firefox.

  • HTML Validator https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/249 If you need simple CSS validation, but without having a million other options, try this extension. HTML Validator has more options.

  • HTML Validator Firefox 3 compatible! https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/249 HTML Validator is a Mozilla extension that adds HTML validation inside Firefox and Mozilla. The number of errors of a HTML page is seen on the form of an icon in the status bar when browsing. The extension can validate the HTML sent by the server or the HTML in the memory. The details of the errors are seen when looking the HTML source of the page. The extension is based on Tidy and OpenSP (SGML Parser). Both algorithms were originally developed by the Web Consortium W3C. And now extended and improved by a lot of persons. Both algorithms are embedded inside Mozilla/Firefox and makes the validation locally on your machine, without sending HTML to a third party server.

RSS Validation

  • RSS Validator https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/2294 Firefox 3 compatible! Firefox add-on RSS ValidatorValidates a page using the W3C RSS Validator. Once you open the RSS feed into the browser window, you can right click on the page or goto the Tools menu and validate the RSS feed. The results will open in a new tab. A good alternative is the Web Developer.

  • Total Validator Firefox 3 compatible!https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/2318 Firefox add-on Total ValidatorPerform multiple validations and take screen shots in one go. This 5-in-1 validator works with external, internal, or local web pages using the Total Validator service or local copy of the desktop tool. Also performs accessibility validation (WCAG, US-508), broken link checking, spell checking (5 languages), and takes screenshots using 25 browsers on Windows, Linux, and OS/X.

Content & Link Checking

  • LinkChecker Firefox 3 compatible! https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/532 Firefox add-on Link CheckerCheck the validity of links on any web page. This add-on utility is extremely handy if you want to check very quick if your links are correct. When I have to change a link in several locations, I can immediately verify I didn’t mis-type something. You can see if the link is correct by the red and green background color.

  • Firefox add-on PageDif https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/4274 is a simple page compare application. It helps web developers and designers to see HTML-code(text) differences between web pages. It doesn’t take original page source. It takes browser generated DOM compliant view source. It omits Doctype declaration and HTML tags.

  • WinMerge http://winmerge.org/ A very good local compare application is WinMerge, it takes the original page source. Great Freeware you shouldn’t miss out.

Cross Browser Testing

  • XRay Firefox 3 compatible! http://www.westciv.com/xray/ Firefox add-on XRAYXRAY is a free cross browser tool that lets you see the box model in action for any element, letting you see beneath the skin of any web page. Just click the XRAY button to instantly answer those vital questions: where is the top and left of this element? how big is each margin? how big is the padding? how wide and high is the content box? Use the arrow keys to XRAY an element’s parent, siblings, or children too. This is a pretty cool add-on.

  • IE Tab Firefox 3 compatible! https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/1419 Firefox add-on IE TabThis is a great tool for web developers, since you can easily see how your web page displayed in IE with just one click and then switch back to Firefox. I use it daily, it is one of the first plugins I install on a fresh firefox installation. You probably have to install an older version, because the newest version might be only for Firefox 3.

CSS

  • CSS Validator https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/2289 Firefox 3 compatible! Firefox add-on CSS Validator. Validates a page using the W3C CSS Validator. Adds an option to the right-click context menu and to the Tools menu to allow for easy validation of the CSS of the current page. Opens the results in a new tab.

  • UNUSED CSS Selectors - Dust-Me Selectors http://www.sitepoint.com/dustmeselectors/ Firefox 3 compatible! Firefox add-on Dust-me SelectorsDust-Me Selectors is a Firefox extension that finds unused CSS selectors. It extracts all the selectors from all the style sheets on the page you’re viewing, then analyzes that page to see which of those selectors are not used. The data is then stored so that when testing subsequent pages, selectors can be crossed off the list as they’re encountered. You can test pages individually, or spider an entire site, and you’ll end up with a profile of which selectors are not used anywhere.

  • Edit CSS Firefox 3 compatible! https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/179 Firefox add-on EditCSSStylesheet modifier in the Sidebar. With save, load, clear functionality.

  • CSS Mate https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/4187 But i prefer CSS Mate. It is a light version of Edit CSS. The combine functionality of Edit CSS and CSS Mate is included in Web Developer, which is my favorite online CSS Editor. Inline CSS Editing Evolved. Originally a port of Edit CSS tool but each stylesheet load into a seperate tab and without save, load, clear functionality. I prefer CSS Mate instead of Edit CSS The combine functionality of Edit CSS and CSS Mate is included in Web Developer, which is my favorite online CSS Editor.

  • CSS Viewer https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/2104 Firefox 3 compatible! Firefox add-on CSS ViewerA simple CSS property viewer. Very nice and clean. But I like more the CSS functionality in Web Developer. It looks very nice and helpful but since Web Developer has it already included I prefer not to have an additional add-on.

  • CSS View formatted source https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/697 Firefox add-on View Formatted Source. Displays formatted and color- coded source and optional CSS information for each element. You can see exactly which CSS rules match for an element. The rules are displayed including file name and line number. The topmost element is that with the highest priority. You can fold/unfold/hilite block elements (table, tr, td, div, span,…). Really cool feature: select a block level element of interest directly in the page and view it’s source! To help you to quickly analyze the source code you can view images directly from the source and add comments to folded block elements. The code view is based on the rendered document, so you will also see dynamically (by Javascript) created and modified html elements! Works also with frames and selected text. Available in English, German, Danish, Dutch, French, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese.

Performance/Status

  • YSlow https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/5369 Firefox 3 compatible! YSlow analyzes web pages and tells you why they’re slow based on Yahoo’s rules for high performance web sites. YSlow gives you:

    • Performance report card
    • HTTP/HTML summary
    • List of components in the page
    • Tools including JSLint You must install Firebug
  • Extended Statusbar Firefox 3 compatible! https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/1433 Firefox add-on Extended StatusbarAdds an Opera-like statusbar to Firefox that shows: -number of loaded images -bytes downloaded -average download speed -load time -percentage of the page loaded

But sometimes it doesn’t show page size and speed accurate. Besides that, good add-on to see loading information immediately. Firebug Firefox 3 compatible!

Debugging

  • Firebug https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/1843 Firebug integrates with Firefox to put a wealth of development tools at your fingertips while you browse. You can edit, debug, and monitor CSS, HTML, and JavaScript live in any web page. Inspect and edit HTML, Tweak CSS to perfection, Visualize CSS metrics, Monitor network activity, Debug and profile JavaScript, Quickly find errors, Explore the DOM, Execute JavaScript on the fly, Logging for JavaScript.

SEO

  • KGen https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/4788retrieves every words of a page and lets you know how many time they appears on her and their weight in the page (a word in the title of a page has a stronger weight than a word in a paragraph). So, you can easily know how to optimize your pages, know what’s the secret of your competitors or simply know what’s the main subject of a webpage.

  • SearchStatushttps://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/321 Firefox 3 compatible! Firefox add-on SearchStatusDisplay the Google PageRank, Alexa rank and Compete ranking anywhere in your browser, along with fast keyword density analyser, keyword/nofollow highlighting, backward/related links, Alexa info and other SEO tools.

  • SeoQuake https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/3036Firefox 3 compatible! Firefox add-on SeoQuakeSeoquake is a Mozilla Firefox extension aimed primarily at helping web masters who deal with search engine optimization and internet promotion of web sites. Seoquake allows to obtain and investigate many important SEO parameters of the internet project under study on the fly, save them for future work, compare them with the results, obtained for other, competitive, projects.

EDUV

  • DictionarySearch http://dictionarysearch.mozdev.org/ Expand your vocabulary with DictionarySearch, which does exactly what its name implies: It looks up a word in a Web page or email in an online dictionary. After installing DictionarySearch, all you have to do is select the word, right-click, and select Dictionary Search for....

FF Writing Your Own

OpenSrc FFox3 Addons

  • Google Browser Sync doesn't work with Firefox 3, Google Browser Sync Revived and Released as an Open Source Plugin Google Browser Sync was a reasonably popular Firefox 2.0 add-on from Google Labs. Like Mozilla's Weave (which is still having some early teething pains), Browser Sync was designed for people using Firefox on more than one machine, keeping bookmarks, history, and saved passwords the same on those machines. But you'll notice the past tense: for whatever reason, Google decided not to update Browser Sync for Firefox 3.0, and discontinued the project last month. Fortunately, there's a happy ending to this story. Google actually listened to community feedback, and has re-released Browser Sync as an open source project with a BSD-style license. The code is extensive - in addition to all the required bits to hook it up to Firefox, you'll find dozens of Javascript files involved. Fortunately, the source is reasonably well-commented, so it's at least clear what's happening where, if not how to move it forward to the current version of Firefox. One way or another, releasing this code should ultimately satisfy those users who have missed the project - either some enterprising developer will bring things up to scratch for Firefox 3.0, or the best ideas can be melded into Weave or other projects. But beyond that, it's worth noting what Google has done here. For years, open source advocates have pointed to the availability of source code as protection against an uncertain future; if your open-source vendor goes out of business or drops a project, you can pick up the code where they left off (or hire someone to do so, depending on your software skills). Google has modified this model for Browser Sync: the project started off as proprietary code (the JavaScript in the shipping version was compressed to the point of obfuscation, and the license was closed). This gave Google the chance to decide whether the project was commercially viable. But having decided that it wasn't, they broke with closed-source thinking and released the code into the wild. In fact, one might speculate as to whether this sort of closed-to-open strategy could become more formalized and popular. Suppose Google knew in advance that this was their plan: they could have escrowed a copy of the source code with some reliable third party, along with a covenant to release on a certain date unless the covenant was revoked. Such a plan might ultimately bring us more open source software, by encouraging innovation with slightly lower risk. In any case, it's good to see this particular project out in the open, and as a Firefox user I'd love to see someone pick up the ball and run with it.

Some sample Open Source found (XUL coders)

  • http://code.google.com/p/nagioschecker/

Toolbars

FF Plugins

Notify/Newsfeeds

Site News feeds

Cricket Companion

A firefox plugin for cricket fans. It was developed based on the joga companion created for Joga.com.

  • Give details about world cup cricket 2007
  • Foto Galleries # World Cup Schedules # Teams by groups # Players by Teams # Live scores

  • Cricket Companion is not affiliated to cricinfo.com

FF Greasemonkey

Greasemonkey greasespot.net

UserScripts Overview

NOTE: This page is only relevant for users of Firefox. You need the greasemonkey extension of firefox for these scripts to work.

Greasemonkey is a Firefox extension that allows you to write scripts that alter the web pages you visit. You can use it to make a web site more readable or more usable. You can fix rendering bugs that the site owner can't be bothered to fix themselves. You can even automatically retrieve data from other sites to make two sites more interconnected. In short it will let you be in control of the sites you visit.

Greasemonkey by itself does none of these things. In fact, after you install it, you won't notice any change at all... until you start installing what are called 'user scripts'. A user script is just a chunk of Javascript code, with some additional information that tells Greasemonkey where and when it should be run. Each user script can target a specific page, a specific site, or a group of sites. A user script can do anything you can do in Javascript. In fact, it can do even more than that, because Greasemonkey provides special functions that are only available to user scripts.

Writing User Scripts

Dive Into Greasemonkey

Free online book about programming with Greasemonkey, a Firefox extension for customizing web pages. Read it online for free. http://diveintogreasemonkey.org/toc/

!dn to ebooks\Programming\BrowserWare\FF Greasemonkey

Dive Into Greasemonkey grew out of discussions on the Greasemonkey mailing list, and out of my own experience in writing user scripts. After only a week on the list, I was already seeing questions from new users that had already been answered. With only a few user scripts under my belt, I was already seeing common patterns, chunks of reusable code that solved specific problems that cropped up again and again. I set out to document the most useful patterns, explain my own coding decisions, and learn as much as I could in the process.

This book would not be half as good as it is today without the help of the Greasemonkey developers, Aaron Boodman and Jeremy Dunck, and the rest of the people who provided invaluable feedback on my early drafts.

Sample User Scripts

http://dunck.us/collab/GreaseMonkeyUserScripts

There is a Greasemonkey script repository that contains hundreds of user scripts that people have written to scratch their own personal itches. Once you write your own user script, you can add it to the repository if you think others might find it useful. Or you can keep it to yourself, content in the knowledge that you've made your own browsing experience is a little better.

diveintogreasemonkey.org/download - lots of sample source codes ..

Vinny that I have created. For installing these

scripts, first install Greasemonkey extension for firefox. Then right click the link and choose 'Install User Script' Option from the context menu.

  • Multiple Engine Searcher 1.00.A http://www.bin-co.com/javascript/greasemonkey/multienginesearcher.user.js

    Adds links to other search engines when searching for something on google.

  • UrlMod 1.00.B http://www.bin-co.com/javascript/greasemonkey/urlmod.user.js

    Displays a small toolbar to directly access different parts of this site using the given URL. Press Ctrl+Shift+U to show the toolbar.

  • NoClick 1.00.A http://www.bin-co.com/javascript/greasemonkey/noclick.user.js

    Removes the 'click' element from links. Just hover the mouse over a link for one second and the script will automatically click the link. Inspired by NoClick labs.mininova.org/noclick/

Resources

  • There is also a Greasemonkey mailing list, http://greasemonkey.mozdev.org/list.htmlwhere you can ask questions, announce user scripts, and discuss ideas for new features. The Greasemonkey developers frequent the list; they may even answer your question!

  • Greasemonkey Hacks amazon.com/dp/0596101651?tag=diveintomark-20&camp=14573&creative=327641&linkCode=as1&creativeASIN=0596101651&adid=1FT0TTA6GEEG8K5KDHEQ&

Example Extensions

Example, Intro

  • panicsteve/cloud-to-butt Chrome extension that replaces occurrences of 'the cloud' with 'my butt' https://github.com/panicsteve/cloud-to-butt

MULTIPLE Browser Medium Extensions

  • passifox
  • wasavi - render in text area

Browser Automation

  • Tabs/SessionMgt

    • thegreatsuspender chrome extension for suspending all tabs to free up memory https://github.com/deanoemcke/thegreatsuspender
  • Browser Nav -

  • Cookies

    • EditThisCookie is the famous Google Chrome/Chromium extension for editing cookies https://github.com/fcapano/Edit-This-Cookie
    • cookiehacker Chrome extension, very easy to use. Cookies from: JavaScript document.cookie/Wireshark Cookies etc. github.com/evilcos/cookiehacker
  • SECURITY, Encryption google/end-to-end - End-To-End is a Chrome extension that helps you encrypt, decrypt, digital sign, and verify signed messages within the browser using OpenPGP. https://github.com/google/end-to-end

  • Password Utilization

    • passifox Extensions to allow Chrome and Firefox (4.0+) to auto form-fill passwords from KeePass (requires KeePassHttp) https://github.com/pfn/passifox

Email format, encryption

  • Secure Email gmail-crypt An OpenPGP browser (currently Chrome) extension that integrates tightly with Gmail and does encryption/decryption via Javascript. https://github.com/seancolyer/gmail-crypt

Themes, CSS, Reading, Media Tools

  • Reduce Eyestrain

    • Mata Chrome extension that makes reading the web friendly for your eyes https://github.com/wilbertliu/Mata
  • Inject CSS to make page more readable wikipedia-beautifier Chrome extension to make Wikipedia more readable https://github.com/scotchi/wikipedia-beautifier

    zero-base-themes Chrome Devtools Extension that loads themes using the Zero Base Template https://github.com/mauricecruz/zero-base-themes

  • User-personalization > my-style Google Chrome extension that allows you to insert custom CSS into pages, immediately see the visual results, and have that CSS persist for future visits. https://github.com/karthikv/my-style


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