Search Across All Open Tabs In Firefox With Tabby2

Large number of browsers are available which provides different features and users choose their particular browser according to the needs, requirements and the features that the browser provides. One among these browsers is Firefox which due to its various distinct features is popular among users from different domains. If you are also using this browser then you might have experienced a scenario where you have lots of tabs open in the browser and you try to find ways to improve the browser’s tab management capabilities but can’t help it. Here, if we see deeply then the core issue which almost every user face is that part of the open tabs are hidden from view, and that it may take lots of scrolling to get there which looks like a tedious task for the user.

So, for such scenario although there are some of the built-in options which may prove helpful in handling or mitigating the issue, but still for a casual user it may appear a bit difficult. This solution can be obtained by altering the browsers minimum tab width on order to display more tabs at the same time. But, as we said it is not a proper solution for casual users. So, we present you with a small add-on which may prove to be lot helpful in this scenario.

The Firefox add-on Tabby2 is a nice, little and a useful add-on which offers different approach than the one discussed above. This extension which is present with your browser displays a complete list of all the open extension on the screen whenever the user uses its shortcut. You may observe that the list shown by this add-on displays all the open tabs at the bottom of the screen.


This add-on can be easily downloaded from the link given below and once you install it, than you may observe that only the tabs of the active Firefox window are displayed by it. You may also see the filter at the bottom of the screen which can be used to find specific pages quickly and it is really helpful for the user. This filter make use of the page title as well as of the web address.

Now, if we see how it works than we may observe that a simple left-click on the tab in the list switches automatically to that tab in the browser which the user wants to be displayed. Similarly, the other two which are the middle-click and the right-click opens a blank new tab in the browser or delete the active tab automatically.

You may see that these options highlight the keyboard shortcuts for creating (Insert) and deleting (Delete) tabs as well. The functions are only available when the tab list is open.


So, overall we can say that it is a nice little add-on which may prove to be helpful for you. Just Download it from the link given below and try it out for its features.

Download Tabby2

Change Web Page Content, Remove Items Before Giving Final Print Commands [Firefox]

It is generally required by the people to edit the webpage to take the desired content before printing it. Unfortunately, conventional browsers do not allow this feature. However, modern browsers like Mozilla Firefox facilitates you with the feature. It will help you to easily edit components of the webpage before printing it. Here, I would like to review Print Edit which is a Mozilla Firefox add-on feature and can be easily downloaded from the internet.

The add-on is a small freeware of 25 KB only. Once the add-on is installed in the Browser, the Print Preview mode of the browser can be entered. The webpage can be edited now. And, it will happen in the print preview mode only by clicking on the Edit button. The Edit button is available in the menu near the close button in the print preview mode.


The above snapshot shows the browser in the print preview mode. The add-on provides numerous options. There are various editing commands inbuilt which includes selecting, deleting section, hiding section and formatting section. It also has Hide Except and Delete Except features which are used to hide or delete parts of the page which are not selected by the user.

Click on the Edit button to proceed. The new window will be opened as shown below.


Select any portion of the page. It will activate the various options as shown on the menu bar of the browser. It includes Deselect, Format, Hide, Delete, Delete Except, Options, Preview and Close. Select any one of the given options to carry out the editing in the required manner.

The working and use of the add on can be followed as. Click on the Hide button to hide the portion which is selected. Similarly, use the delete button to delete it. The only difference between Hide and Delete is that Hide keeps the position of the other sections constant, while the delete option shifts the position of various sections. The comparison between the Hide option and the Delete option has been clearly shown in the snapshots below.

Hide Option:


Delete Option:


The options Hide except and Delete Except are going to the same operations but on the sections, which are not selected by the user. The Options button contains several options, namely Display Appearances, Highlight Box, Select Boxes, Format Properties, and Hide and Undo options.

So, one can always change the configuration as per the likings. View the page as you want it to be. This will surely make the use of Mozilla Firefox interesting. It is designed to work with Firefox 3.6 – 4.0b6.

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Block Websites To Load In Firefox Browser

Some of the websites are so common and popular that each time you access the internet, you may have experienced that those websites are always accessed. So, for this reason many users make use of the history of their web browser, as it provides them with faster and easier access to websites which they regularly visit or which they have visited in the recent past. But, on the other hand there are many users who prefer and who want to block their web-browser’s history either completely or partially so that their private content must be secured and no one should even know which all pages they visited. So, for this there are several utilities available which can be downloaded from the Internet and thus can be used to block that history.

One of such small add-on which has been especially developed for the users who uses Firefox as their web-browser is used to serve this above mentioned purpose. Firefox History Block add-on is a small-sized, light weight and a pretty useful add-on which allows the user to specify websites or domains that should not be added to the Firefox history. Leaving apart these web-pages, every other website and domain is added to the Firefox history normally just like any normal page in a normal browser.


Whenever you want to add more websites and domain to this list, then they can be simply added by opening the options in the Firefox add-on menu which gives users the opportunity to block urls from being displayed in the Firefox history. In that same menu, there are options which offer the means to unblock websites which can be done in exactly the same way, they are blocked.


You may download the add-on from the below given link and after installing it you will observe that HistoryBlock is a simple and yet very useful add-on for Firefox which lets you block specific domains from being saved to the browsing history as already mentioned. So, overall we can say that you can visit your private sites with the secured data without the fear of any external threat and that too by using the normal mode in Firefox and yet it will not be saved to the history.

One way to add the websites to blocked list is the one which I mentioned above and the other one is that you can simply right click on any open website and then select the option “Block this” to add to the list. If you look into the working of this add-on then you may observe that this tool, i.e. HistoryBlock keeps all the blacklisted data hashed, so the about:config page from where the history entry is made, will not reveal any information to anyone who gains access to your computer. So, finally we can say that HistoryBlock blocks all the history entries, recently closed tab entries, download manager entries, all the cache entries and all the cookie entries.

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Right Click Option To Upload Images Directly To ImageShack To Share URL To View Them

Sometime while browsing the internet you can come across an image which you would like to upload to your ImageShack account. In case you have to upload an image to the ImageShack account from the internet you will first have to download that image to your computer and then upload that image to your ImageShack account. This process increases the time taken as you will first have to download the images to your computer and then upload them back to the ImageShack. Therefore in order to save your time and reduce it to half I have got an Add-on for you for your Mozilla Firefox browser named ImageShack Uploader.

The Add-on will help you to upload images directly to your Image-Shack account from a webpage without downloading the images to your computer thus it will save your time, in fact it will reduce it to half. The Add-on will also reduce the utilization of your network bandwidth as you will not have to download the image to your computer and then upload it, it will be uploaded directly from the webpage where the image is actually located. The add-on will allow you to upload the image directly to ImageShack from the context menu. The Add-on is the predecessor to the ImageShack toolbar. Images uploaded using the add-on will get uploaded to your account directly if your cookie is already set by logging into the ImageShack website. The ImageShack add-on provides the uploading option via just right clicking on the image, thus providing an alternative to the ImageShack toolbar. The add-on will provide you will all the versatility to upload the images from any website to the Imageshack in just two clicks.

Firefox ImageShack

After you will download into your Mozilla Firefox browser it will give you an option to upload the image directly to the ImageShack Website directly in just two clicks. The image uploaded can be from any website on the internet. When you will right Click on the Image a context menu will open which will have many options like Open Link in New Tab, Open Link in New Window, Bookmark This Link, Save Link As, Send Link, Copy Link Location, View Image, Copy Image, Copy Image Location, Upload Image To Image Shack, Set As Desktop Background, View Image Info, Copy and View Selection Source. Except For the Upload Image To Image Shack which will upload the image to your ImageShack account all other options are generic options of the menu.

Download ImageShack Uploader.

Restart, Re Run Hanged Firefox or When Memory Usage Goes Above Specific Value

Firefox is known for its add-ons. Firefox might consume lot of memory when you have opened lots of tabs and also installed too many add-ons. As a result your browser becomes very slow and it would be very annoying working on that. The best way yo free memory and to make firefox fast would be to restart it. Memory Restart is a firefox add-on that monitors the memory usage of the firefox and restart firefox if the memory usage reaches a certain threshold.

After installing Memory Restart add-on, restart your browser and you will see that firefox memory usage is shown in the status bar.


Once memory usage of firefox reaches a certain threshold, the status bar text display will turn red, and you can click on the status bar to quickly restart your default, maximum memory usage set by Memory Restart is 500mb which you can also configure it. First go to tools menu and select Add-ons. Then search for Memory Restart and click on options and set the value of memory you want to set so that firefox will automatically restart when memory usages reaches the value entered by you. This allows you to quickly restart firefox and fix any memory consumption issues, without losing your existing tabs.


Memory Restart add-on works with Firefox 3.6-4.0 versions.

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