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Old 5th September 2009, 21:50   #31
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NoScript -> Essential.
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See mozdev.org - sessionmanager: index
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My Firefox Add-ons are 1.No-Script 2.Download Helper ( to download video files from youtube ) 3.XMarks 4.Better Gmail 5.FEBE 6.DownthemAll
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My FireFox Add-ins:
1. Downthemall!
2. RSS Ticker (I like this one)
3. Tab preview
4. British English Dictionary (installed now)
5. Auto Pager (installed now - testing)
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My Firefox Addons
1) Ad block plus (Still google sneaks in a few ads.. dont know how..)
2) Flash block (use this on and off whenever needed)
3) DownthemAll (Fantastic tool.)
4) No Script (use this on and off whenever needed)
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I've been content with the builtin download manager --- but comments about downthemall suggest that I should take a look.

Only thing is that FF is getting so memory hungry I'm loathe to add any more to it.
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Old 30th November 2009, 23:37   #37
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These are the ones I use:

AdBlock Plus
QuickDrag
WebMail Notifier
Exif Viewer
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I've been content with the builtin download manager --- but comments about downthemall suggest that I should take a look.

Only thing is that FF is getting so memory hungry I'm loathe to add any more to it.
and CPU.

I took everything out except noscript, flashblock, adblock and google toolbar and it runs much cooler now. I think it was greasemonkey that was causing a lot of resource crunch.
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Adblock Plus, Ant Video Downloader, BetterPrivacy, DownloadThemAll, Firebug, FireSSH, Flashblock, Flashbug, FlashGot, Form History Control, JavaScript Deobfuscator, NoScript, Session Manager, Tamper Data, Thumbnail Zoom
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I recommend Flashgot for downloads. I used to have a big list of addons but removed pretty much all of them. Too many addons can be a pain. I've plenty system memory but its really gets FF snail like. Currently I just have Norton Toolbar and I recommend Flashgot for downloads.
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