Firefox Add-on for Button Economy
Article by George Norman
On 07 Jan 2009
The very popular Firefox 3.0.5 browser developed by Mozilla is not so different from Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, and by that I mean that both have separate buttons for the “Stop” and “Reload” functions. Other browsers such as Apple’s Safari, Opera 9.63 or Google’s Chrome 1.0 only have one such button that changes its shape: when the page is loading, the button shows “Stop”; when the page has finished loading, it displays the “Reload” button.

To put it simply, the space those two separate buttons take up is wasted. You do not need to separate buttons to perform those tasks when an interchangeable one will do. Time to send in the Stop-or-Reload Button 0.2.2 Firefox add-on and address the situation.

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There isn’t much else to say about this add-on. It works with Firefox versions 2.X and 3.0.X, it is free to download, and it does a very simple job. But since we are on the topic of add-ons and the Firefox browser, perhaps you would be interested in some additional ways to enhance your web browser.

If you are fan of online, Flash gaming, then you must know that there is one Firefox add-on that allows you to play said games in full screen. There are some games that are coded to work in full screen mode, you will not have a problem with those; the part where this add-on comes in handy is with games that are not coded to go full screen, but will be persuaded to do so.

Perhaps you prefer surfing the web as opposed to playing games. In this case you must know that there is a Firefox add-on that takes you to random web pages. This will come in handy when you want to do a little browsing but have no clue where to begin.

If it is knowledge you are looking for, then you might want to add use an add-on that blends Google searches with Wikipedia articles.

If you would liek to get Stop-or-Reload Button 0.2.2, a download location is available here.



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