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Fantastic Four Firefox Addons

Firefox Add-ons
Update: This post is outdated, I created a Firefox Addon collection

I use only 4 firefox Addons. (I am guessing this may come down to 3 with FF3.1's Tabbing features). These four make the slickest and most productive FF for me.


Firebug - A Must for all Web Developers. One stop for all development.

Tab Mix Plus - Well there is some anticipation on the tabbing features coming in 3.1, but until then (or may be even after..), this one is a must have.

DownThemAll! - The best download manager. Very nice replacement for the not-so-friendly defaulter.

GrandCentral Click to Call - For those who use grandcentral, this is awesome. To be able to click a number on a webpage and place a call is one step closer to getting dead lazy

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