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A selection of add-ons for use with Mozilla Web Browsers
I don't know how many are left using Mozilla; I also thought this should have been a tip before, but except for Multizilla I didn't find anything. So, Mozilla users, have a look at the mozdev.org Projects page. There are a whole lot of add-ons for Mozilla; just a few examples:
  • Games, like Minesweeper or Solitaire
  • Adblock to hide ads (it doesn't prevent them from being downloaded so far.)
  • Preferential, a GUI to all of Mozilla's preferences (though some don't work with OS X).
  • Leech, a batch downloading utility; just make sure to enter pathways with : as separators...
  • Pubmed, a toolbar interface to NLM's Medline.
  • Dynamiclinks, create links by control-hovering over a word (try and find out what that means...)
All are easy to install, so give them a try...
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NeedleSearch (Mozilla)
Authored by: alera on Feb 13, '03 11:22:56AM

This add-on for Mozilla acts just like the google search field in Safari, but the advantage is that you can add different search engines. Actual vers. 1.1, new version is on its way! stay tuned at http://needlesearch.mozdev.org/



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3 More useful addons
Authored by: kholburn on Feb 13, '03 07:52:46PM
Spellchecker for Composer or Mail
Authored by: Paul Burney on Feb 16, '03 11:26:13PM
You can get a spell checker for mozilla at:

http://spellchecker.mozdev.org/

It only works on the Mac for versions 1.3b or nightlies of that branch. It's invaluable if you use composer for HTML editing.

(BTW, Composer is a pretty good HTML editor. Standards compliant and easy to use. I often use it for writing documentation.)

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A selection of add-ons for use with Mozilla
Authored by: Impish47 on Feb 17, '03 10:02:14AM

I have been using an add-on that "aquafied" Mozilla. When I updated to the latest beta, I was de-aquafied, and now I can't locate that add-on (or application).

Does anyone know its name, or where I can find it?

Thanks!



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Re: Aqua look to Mozilla
Authored by: Paul Burney on Feb 17, '03 11:21:52AM
You are probably referring to the Pinstripe Blue theme. You can get it here:

http://www.kmgerich.com/pinstripe/install.php

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Re: Aqua look to Mozilla
Authored by: Tomek11 on Feb 22, '10 02:48:07AM

The link You gave:
http://kmgerich.com/pinstripe/install.php
reports for me 404 error.
Do You know the place where i can download this?

Edited on Feb 22, '10 04:24:11AM by robg



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Re: Aqua look to Mozilla
Authored by: robg on Feb 22, '10 04:25:10AM

http://kmgerich.com/category/pinstripe/



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chimera ?
Authored by: hagbard on Feb 22, '03 04:00:09PM

Is it possible to install those extensions for chimera ?
Has anyone done it ? How ?

^_^



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A selection of add-ons for use with Mozilla
Authored by: wrpro on Feb 13, '10 06:28:23AM

It's easy you just to search at google "add-on firefox" then you search program and click install.



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A selection of add-ons for use with Mozilla
Authored by: Liesch on Mar 20, '10 09:37:59AM

Anyone know some sources of Imacros add-ons for FF?

Thanks



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