Firefox add-ons I actively use

It’s been a while since I posted the Firefox Add-ons that I’m using. Here’s an update:

  • Fast Video Download for downloading YouTube videos in MP4 format
  • FaviconizeTab for compressing the size of tabs to the size of a favicon by double-clicking. There’s also an option to auto-faviconize tabs depending on the URL.
  • Firebug helps me a lot with web development.
  • Page Speed for diagnosing the performance of my web projects.
  • Screengrab for saving web pages as PNG or JPEG. There’s option to save the whole page, the visible section, a selection or the whole window.
  • Tiny Menu for compressing my menu bar to give me more browsing space.
  • Xmarks for synchronizing my bookmarks between machines and browsers (since there’s also Xmarks for Chrome).
  • Echofon for Twitter.
  • Delicious Bookmarks for one-click saving of bookmarks to my Delicious account.
  • DownThemAll! for mass downloading stuff.
  • Dummy Lipsum for generating “Lorem Ipsum” dummy text.

Which Firefox add-ons do you use?

Setting-up Fedora 11

Fedora 11 was released a month ago, but it’s only now that I am able to completely configure my desktop to run on top of it.  It is because I’m still happy with Fedora 10.  I’ve established my development environment and I find no need to upgrade it yet.  In any case, I’m going to upgrade my Fedora 10 installation once I’m able to fully clone my environment in my other machine.

Similar to how I configured my Fedora 10 installation, I selected both Web Development and Web Server options when asked what additional tasks I want my system to support, to make my post-installation setup easier.

I also selected the following packages during installation:

Desktop Environment

  • KDE (K Desktop Environment)

Development

  • Fedora Eclipse
  • Java Development

Servers

  • MySQL Database
  • PostgreSQL Database

And here are my post-installation configurations:

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