Amp Your Firefox: Thumbnail Zoom Plus Wins Best Overall Add-on
Article by George Norman
On 27 Sep 2013
David Adler’s 'Thumbnail Zoom Plus' add-on won the 'Best Overall Add-on' award as part of Mozilla’s 'Amp Your Firefox' contest.

Place the mouse cursor over a thumbnail and the Thumbnail Zoom Plus add-on will bring up the full image. That is the sort of functionality you can expect to get from this add-on, and add-on that works with Facebook, IMDb, Pinterest, Wikipedia, and many other websites.
Go get Thumbnail Zoom Plus add-on straight from AMO by following this link.

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Back in June, Mozilla invited all add-on developers to take part in the Amp Your Firefox contest and have the chance to:
1. reach an audience of more than 10 million users.
2. win a Macbook Air or Android tablet.

A panel of judges took a look at all the contest entries and gave away several category awards:
These category winners were presented to the community so the community could vote and pick the Best Overall Add-on. The community decided that the Best Overall Add-on Award should go to Thumbnail Zoom Plus, an add-on that displays the full image when you place your mouse over a thumbnail.

Thumbnail Zoom Plus works with lots of sites: Facebook, IMDb, Pinterest, Wikipedia, and many more. But lets say that you want the add-on to work on Facebook but you don’t want it to work on Wikipedia. From its Preferences menu you can pick the sites on which the add-on will work and on which it won’t.







Tags: Mozilla, Firefox, Add-on, browser, Thumbail Zoom Plus, Amp Your Firefox
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