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    Firefox - plugins:::

    So what plugins do you use?

    My set:
    1. AdblockPlus{1.1.1}.xpi -- Ads were yesterday!
    2. Cooliris{1.11.5}.xpi -- Cooliris transforms your browser into a full-screen 3D Wall for searching, viewing and sharing the Web.
    3. DafizillaViewSourceWith{0.5.1}.xpi -- View page source with external applications
    4. DownThemAll{1.1.7}.xpi -- The mass downloader for Firefox.
    5. EnglishAustralianDictionary{2.1.1}.xpi -- I'm sick of all my favoUrite coloUrful language being marked incorrect.
    6. ExifViewer{1.51}.xpi -- Extracts and displays the Exif (Exchangeable Image File), IPTC-NAA/IIM (International Press Telecommunications Council / Newspaper Association of America / Information Interchange Model), and IPTC Core (Adobe XMP, Extensible Metadata Platform) metadata, as stored by digital still cameras, in both local and remote JPEG images.
    7. FEBE{6.3.2}.xpi -- Backup your Firefox data
    8. Firebug{1.4.5}.xpi -- Web Development Evolved.
    9. FxIF{0.3.2}.xpi -- View EXIF data in image properties
    10. GoogleToolbarforFirefox{6.1.20091119W}.xpi -- Take the power of Google with you anywhere on the Web!
    11. HistogramViewer{1.1.0}.xpi -- Generates the histogram of a selected image.
    12. IEView{1.4.5}.xpi -- Open pages in IE via Firefox menus
    13. LiveHTTPHeaders{0.15}.xpi -- View HTTP headers of a page and while browsing.
    14. LogMeInInc.RemoteAccessPlugin{1.0.0.464}.xpi -- (none)
    15. NetUsageItem{1.2.241}.xpi -- Displays your internet usage on the toolbar.
    16. SQLiteManager{0.5.6.1}.xpi -- Manage any SQLite database on your computer
    17. TabMixPlus{0.3.8.2}.xpi -- Tab browsing with an added boost.
    18. TamperData{10.1.0}.xpi -- View and modify HTTP/HTTPS headers etc.
    19. UserAgentSwitcher{0.7.2}.xpi -- Adds a menu and a toolbar button to switch the user agent of the browser.
    20. WebDeveloper{1.1.8}.xpi -- Adds a menu and a toolbar with various web developer tools.
    21. deskCut{0.6.0.0}.xpi -- Create desktop shortcuts from the context-menu. Windows and Linux (KDE/GNOME) supported.

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    1. Noia2.0eXtreme{3.71}.jar -- Fully skinned based on Noia icon set.
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    I've just reinstalled FF and currently have a very small set of my "essential" plugins

    FxIF 0.3.2
    HistogramViewer 1.1.0
    Adblock Plus 1.1.1
    NoScript 1.9.9.18
    British Dictionary

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    Extensions;
    Adblock Plus 1.1.1 ------ but only on all sites other than AP.
    English (Australian) Dictionary 2.1.1
    FoxClocks 2.5.35 Great tool for displaying slected cities / time zones in the task bar.

    Themes;
    LittleFox 1.8.52 great for giving you maximum screen real estate.
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    I use a browser that has most of the useful things listed above built-in in the first place, doesn't require a zillion extra downloads to set up, doesn't require that you trust two dozen third-party add-on makers as well as your browser manufacturer, doesn't insult you with a dumbed-down user interface, and loads and browses faster with all those nice things already operational than Firefox does before you load the add-ons.

    Firefox works just fine if you haven't got anything better. Opera rocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tannin View Post
    I use a browser that has most of the useful things listed above built-in in the first place, doesn't require a zillion extra downloads to set up, doesn't require that you trust two dozen third-party add-on makers as well as your browser manufacturer, doesn't insult you with a dumbed-down user interface, and loads and browses faster with all those nice things already operational than Firefox does before you load the add-ons.

    Firefox works just fine if you haven't got anything better. Opera rocks.
    Lynx?

    Oh, Opera

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    I use adblock and Zotero. That's it, no more.

    Opera? How quaint...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tannin View Post
    I use a browser that has most of the useful things listed above built-in in the first place, doesn't require a zillion extra downloads to set up, doesn't require that you trust two dozen third-party add-on makers as well as your browser manufacturer, doesn't insult you with a dumbed-down user interface, and loads and browses faster with all those nice things already operational than Firefox does before you load the add-ons.

    Firefox works just fine if you haven't got anything better. Opera rocks.
    Looks like we disagree at last.

    Opera is an excellent browser; BUT it does not give me what I want/need and Firefox does.
    Firefox does not need plugins, but they are very handy and flexible.

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    i don't use any plugins, but i would like to get one that allows me to 'close all tabs to the right of this one'. i used that one on ie or chrome, can't remember. I do like the coloured tab system of ie, but i do like the speed of fox.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TOM View Post
    I do like the coloured tab system of ie, but i do like the speed of fox.
    Easy answer Tom, use coloured FF tabs.

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    I use Linkman and Tabkit (Linkman isn't really a plug-in but an add-in). It's simply an excellent bookmarker that requires no menus or ordering - it works like Powermarks which I used to use. Tabkit lets you have more than one row of tabs and lets you lock them - plus other stuff related to tabs.

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