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New FireFox Extension

Updated on October 11, 2021
By Pete Freitag

The folks at have been pretty busy kicking out new features. The latest was just announced on the discuss mailing list about a half hour ago - a firefox extension. The extension basically replaces various bookmarklets that you may have used. Get em while their hot.

If you haven't checked out yet go and take a gander, it's super handy. firefox plugin extension bookmarklets

New FireFox Extension was first published on November 28, 2005.

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That one looks much more polished. I like the XUL interface on this other MozDev version.

(it gives you a pick list of your existing tags as well as suggested tags based on other user's tagging).

(note: there might be a bug or two in here and the cancel button actually means "close window")

(best XUL usage/concept I've seen so far)
by Scott Fitchet on 11/28/2005 at 5:02:59 PM UTC
I agree, the XUL interface on the MozDev version is quite nice. I also agree that there are still a few bugs/bumpy features in it, such as having to click on cancel when you are done posting to

However, the new one put out by is also very nice. Probably my favorite feature is that it allows you to right-click on a link and choose "Tag this link" which is useful for tagging things that aren't web pages (i.e. MP3z or Vidz). It also gives you a handy icon to put into your toolbar. No more right-clicking and submenus.
by Joe LencionI on 11/28/2005 at 7:42:58 PM UTC