At long last I can drop Opera for Firefox?

At long last the one thing which I really missed when moving from Opera 7.5 to Firefox 1.0, has been developed as a extension. Opera had this great way of remembering sessions even when your machine had crashed or you had closed the browser by mistake. Now SessionSaver does the same for Firefox. I'm the first to rate it and I had to rate it 5 stars. I believe theres enough extensions to make up for almost every feature in Opera. I just need Firefox to be as quick and slick as Opera now.

A while ago I highlighted a load of extensions I used in Firefox, well this my current selection used across the 5 different machines I use day in day out.
SessionSaver – SessionSaver will auto-track and restore your browser -exactly- as you left it
lget – Allows you to initiate a direct download of a file given a url
Flashblock – Replaces Flash objects with a button you can click to view them
Sage – A lightweight RSS and ATOM feed aggregator.
Tabbrowser Preferences – Enables enhanced control for tabbed browsing
Disable Targets For Downloads – Prevents sites spawning blank windows when clicking binary downloads
FoxyTunes – controls your favorite media player without ever leaving the browser
Web Developer – Adds a menu and a toolbar to the browser with various web developer tools
Mouse Gestures – Allows you to execute common commands (like page forward/backward, close tab, new tab) by mouse gestures drawn over the current webpage
User Agent Switcher – Adds a menu to switch the user agent of the browser
Nuke Anything – Adds a “Remove this object” entry to the right-click context menu, which will remove an object from a webpage temporarily
mozcc – Provides an interface for viewing embedded Creative Commons licenses
Gcache – Allows you to check the page you are browsing in the google cache

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Author: Ianforrester

Senior firestarter at BBC R&D, emergent technology expert and serial social geek event organiser.