- Speed Dial: Add your most visited websites to Speed Dial and get quick access to them in a variety of ways. Hotkeys, Speed Dial in a new tab, a Speed Dial for your toolbar. Assign Speed Dial from bookmarks or by right clicking a tab. I used a bookmark toolbar folder to achieve the same result but this is much easier and intuitive to assign and unassign. [via Shankar Ganesh]
- FaviconizeTab: As I am working, I tend to open dozens of tabs and it just becomes unwieldy managing them. Now, this extension adds a menu to the tab context, by choosing FaviconizeTab, it shrinks the tab to just the Favicon saving space! Lovely. I just have to hurry up and get a Favicon for ShanKri-la so you can FaviconizeTab me.
- Favicon Picker 2: Tired of looking at the default icon next to 100s of your bookmarks? Now, you can assign or remove favicons based on URL, Name or Last Visit Date. Makes your bookmarks visually easy to scan and pick the ones you need!
- FoxLingo: It’s going to be your best friend if you look up translations for web sites or blogs often. It’s the Ultimate Language Tool and supports 45 languages. It also does translated searches, auto translation based on domain name, text translation entered/selected in a web page, links to over 100 language learning sites, etc. Just install it, will ya?
Hope you enjoyed these extensions. My usual word of caution, remember to weed out the extensions you don’t use anymore to keep your Firefox zippy.
If you are afraid of trying new Extensions for fear of breaking your Firefox, consider reading my post on How to Safely Try New Firefox Extensions?