Water wins every time in an 1 on 1
Watercooling can even tame a Fermi
>your favorite firefox add-ons
I only installed Colorific recently because I eyes have been hurting me while I'm reading this tutorial.
It works. But I'm not sure if I'll keep it or install scriptish or play around with userContent.css.
You guys will rip me apart for this, but I'm just not so anal about privacy and shit as you guys are.
I liked NoScript but it broke so many websites I visit that it was more of a problem than anything else.
I should uninstall the ExHentai one since it broke months ago.
SeaMonkey master race with:
- Fetch Text URL
- Foobar controls
- Liquid Tabs
- Mouse Gestures Suite
- Resurrect Pages
- SeaTab X2
- Select like a boss
Not him but, uBlock replaces RequestPolicy.
>need to find a replacement for faviconizetabs
>This extension adds a new "FaviconizeTab" option to the context menu of the tab.
>When it is clicked, The width of the tab becomes small up to the size of favicon.
>It returns to the former size when "FaviconizeTab" is clicked again.
If you don't need the on\off toggle then use about:config or usercss. A FireGestures script should be able to do the toggling.
Used it, loved it, but ultimately too many websites stopped working because HTML5, and too many of my liked addons became unavailable because of changes needed to work with aidstrailis. Fortunately, Classic Theme restorer added the last couple of features I wanted and now my ff 37 looks identical to pre-australis.
You have to ignore it on anything political. Lots of people submitting virus reports and shit on sites just because they disagree.
Hola is malicious software, anon. It injects ads into web pages.
This thread is about Firefox, not Chrome.
using hosts for anything on the web is retarded. hosts can't do element hiding, hosts entires can't be easily toggled on a temporary basis
Personally, my recent favorite has been menuwizard. wysiwyg editor for all the menus. So you can hide all the shit you don't use, redundant entries, etc.
Better late than never right?
Thanks for that.
As another anon mentioned though live bookmarks work fine too,
I only have this to get notifications within 5 minutes of when the vid is uploaded.
Poor bait my friend
That's never happened to me. On GNU/Linux with FreshPlayer, if that matters.
Rock solid stable.
thanks m8, switched and am trying it out.
Honestly I've only ever used it a few times to get around country IP filters (BBC video comes to mind and something else I can't remember). I keep it turned off 99% of the time.
Close Button (tab)
Cookies Manager (fuck off sadpanda)
Greasemonkey (for 4chan x fork)
Save Image in Folder
Save Link in Folder
These last two are useless without my Logitech G510 and its macros. If I want to save an image or a link and I just put the mouse over it and hit the G-key. It's so fast that the right click menu often doesn't appear. The main function of those two extensions do is stop the "save as" dialogue box from popping up and causing *DING* *DING* *DING* as I continue to look at threads here on 4chan.
Now I have toyed around with completely disabling the "save as" box via about:config. That's where the second part of those two extensions come in. They sort out all the 4chan images to my image dump folder instead of cluttering up my desktop/downloads/my documents or where-ever I put the files from other sites that I want to work with... Because sometimes I want that save as dialogue box to save to an external drive or thumbstick rather than have to move it later.
It's spoiled me. I fucking hate my laptop and phone for not having G-keys to enable this pampered baby mode.
>4chan is not your blog
Adblock edge will no longer be updated in june and the developer recommends you move to ublock
There's RequestPolicy Continued that is updated regularly and recommended by the original author: https://requestpolicycontinued.github.io/ The issue with YouTube >>47852947 mentioned only occurs in the latest version and is easy to work around, in v1.0.beta8.2 everything worked fine.
You can configure NoScript to temporarily allow scripts from the site itself by default, if don't mind those. I would still keep it for the XSS protection.
Is there a reason to still use Vimperator instead of Pentadactyl? Just curious.
Here's my list:
Download Manager Tweak
FLST [Focus last selected tab and tab switching]
Lazarus: Form Recovery
Pentadactyl [Only on my laptop]
Perspectives [Not sure whether to use this over Certificate Patrol or not ...]
Tree Style Tab
View Image (Filename)
Enable dynamic filtering. ublock is a general purpose request blocker same as requestpolicy except that it can parse adblock filter lists too.
You can import requestpolicy filters also.
No idea, sorry. I skimmed through their issues on GitHub and there were some tickets imported from the original bugtracker that described problems with the context menu. Maybe they disabled it because of those and it will come back in a later version, but this is just me speculating.
>>47853109 here, as >>47853745 already pointed out, there is a developer version. The next regular one doesn't have a release date yet, see for yourself: https://github.com/YePpHa/YouTubeCenter/milestones