LF Tip: essential firefox extensions
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original in en Guido Socher
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Guido really likes it when a computer is tailored to his needs
and looks like he wants it. That's why he is using Linux.
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Mozilla Firefox is definitely ready for the "world wide web".
Some websites offer useful content have however some rather
annoying and hostile advertisements. Here are two extensions that I use when
I go surfing in the "world wild web".
Flashblock removes all the flash plugins and replaces them by
a little round button. No more flickering flash images! If you still
want to see the flash animation then just click on the little button
and it will start.
Nuke Anything can remove any html object. All you have to do is
right click on the object, which may even be a text paragraph and
select "remove object". Very useful to remove images and any type of advertisement.
It can also be use to "clean up" a page before printing it.