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    Favourite Mozilla Firefox Extensions

    Well, I am using the brand-spanking-new firefox 1.0.1 and I was wondering what extensions are worth downloading. So what should I download? This is what I already use and recommend:

    1.) Download Manager Tweak 0.6.3: Modifies the standard download manager and makes downloading easier and more useful.

    2.) GooglePreview: Shows little previews of the search results that you get from google.

    3.) AdBlock: Right click the ad on the page, and then click the "AdBlock" to permanently disable that ad from loading.

    4.) SmoothWheel: Allows the smooth scrolling of the pages that you view in Mozilla.


    Anyway, these are the ones that I recommend. How bout you?
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    In addition to what you mentioned. My favorite above all else is adblock. Speeds up page rendering time, and removes anything I find annoying. Kinda like mcangeli's dancing bear..
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    Dude, I got rid of the bear....

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    THANX, you keep making the site better and BETTER

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    ROFL! That he does!
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    Hahah, anyone currently using the web developer extension? I use it, and I really like it. I like to keep the web dev bar right below my address bar for quick access. Then I like to disable the images so it just displays the text for each category.

    On the right side of the bar are a couple of page status indicators. The first one for page Type (Quirks,Valid,Secure), second for javascript errors (None,Errors), third is an X to disable the bar. The bar displays the first letter of the status when the images are disabled. Its great when I am checking one of the pages I created for our e-comm site and there are javascript errors on the page. The indicators read like this.

    S E X

    I had to scramble a couple of times when my boss was looking over my shoulder.
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