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  • About

    Open the about window. Useful for checking exactly what version you have installed.

  • List and open any of the about pages

    Lists all the "about" pages so that they can be opened.

  • Open about:cache to view cached contents

    Open about:cache to view cached documents or images.

  • Open about:cache to view cached contents saved to your Hard Drive

    Open about:cache Disk to view cached documents or images saved to your hard drive.

  • Open about:cache to view cached contents in Memory

    Open about:cache Memory to view cached documents or images in Memory.

  • Open about:config to change settings

    Open about:config to change hidden settings that cannot be edited from the Options window.

    All Mozilla based programs have settings that can not be changed in the options window. These hidden settings are all reveled in the about:config where anything can be changed or reset.

  • Open about:permissions

    Open about:permissions to check and manage what are the security settings for the websites you use.

  • Open about:plugins to view installed plugins

    Open about:plugins to view installed plug-ins.

  • Open the preference window of an add-on.

    Displays a submenu that allows you to open the option window for any add-on that has one.

  • Open Add-ons Manager

    Opens the Add-ons window to perform tasks on your installed Extensions, Themes, Plug-ins and Language packs.

    The Add-on's window allows the installation and management of all your extensions and themes. If you need an update, change a setting, swap themes or enable/disable an add-on the Add-ons' window is the place to go. Being able to access this quickly is a necessity for anyone that uses even a handful of add-ons.

    The button also contains a drop down menu that allows you to install add-ons, open the add-ons window to the extension or themes tab, or set which websites can install addons.

  • Open Dialog for Add-ons Allowed Installation Sites

    Open Dialog for Add-ons Allowed Installation Sites

  • Stop Animated GIF's, Blink and Marquee tags

    Stop annoying animated GIF's, and some blinking or scrolling text.

  • Back

    Go Back. A replacement for the default Back button that can be put anywhere.

  • Bookmark All Open Tabs

    Bookmark all the currently open tabs. The new bookmarks will be placed in a new folder of your choice.

  • Open The Bookmark Manager

    Open the bookmark manager to edit, deleted or tidy up your bookmarks.

    Anyone who bookmarks lots of page will soon find they need to sort them into some kind of order. The bookmark manager button allows quick access to the bookmark manager window where bookmarks can be moved, edited or deleted.

  • Show Bookmark Menu

    The Bookmark Menu made with an icon, uses less toolbar space and looks much nicer.

  • Show Bookmark Menu

    The Bookmark Menu made with an icon, uses less toolbar space and looks much nicer.

  • Bookmark Current Page

    Bookmark the current page. This should really be one of the default buttons in Firefox since it must be clicked a million times.

    Bookmarks are the heart of the web browser, remembering where the great page your saw the other day can be quite hard, so you bookmark it. Having a convenient button to quicken the process just makes so much sense.

  • Toggle Bookmark Sidebar

    Toggles the display of the Bookmarks sidebar.

  • Toggle the Bookmark Toolbar

    Show/Hide to Bookmark Toolbar.

  • Show Bookmark Toolbar Menu

    Show the contents of the Bookmarks Toolbar in a drop down menu.

    This compresses the bookmark menu into one button that you can put on any toolbar you want to.

  • Go to Bottom of Page

    Go to the very bottom of the current page.

  • Open the Browser Console

    Open the Browser Console to view error messages.

  • Change the case of the currently selected text

    Change the case of the currently selected text.

  • Quickly Change the Current Dictonary

    Change the currently in use Dictionary to a different one with a simple drop down menu.

  • Change home page

    Change Your Home Page

  • Change the text direction from left to right or right to left

    Change the text direction from left to right or right to left.

  • Clear the browsers cache

    Clears the browser cache and other selected storage.

  • Open Clear Private Data Dialog

    Open the clear private data window.

  • Clear and focus on the search bar

    Clear and focus on the search bar.

  • Open/Load an empty tab

    Open about:blank, which effectively just clears the contents of the current tab.

  • Clear and focus on the urlbar

    Clear and focus on the urlbar.

  • Get link from clipboard & open it

    Open a link you have copied to the clip board.

  • Close All Tabs

    Close all the the currently open tabs.

  • Close all tabs but the selected one.

    Close all the currently open tabs except the currently open one.

  • Close Open Tab or Window

    Close the currently open tab, or is there are not tabs open the window.

  • Open Codefisher.org

    Opens various pages of the Codefisher.org website.

  • Open the Color Picker Dialog

    Opens a color picker dialog window, to chose and work with colors.

  • Copy Selected Text

    Copy selected text.

  • Makes a copy of the current tab

    Makes a copy of teh current tab

  • Create a New Profile

    Create a new profile.

  • Show only the currently selected frame

    Show only the currently selected frame.

  • Customize toolbar, add or remove buttons etc.

    Open the customize toolbar window to add or remove items from your toolbar.

    The customize Toolbar window is where every button from this extension and others like it get placed for you to then move to your toolbar. Creating the perfect set up is always a moving target that is never quite achieved, but this will make it a little quicker to get there.

  • Cut Selected Text

    Cut selected text.

  • Converts a file to base64

    Converts Files to their base64 equivalent

  • Show Debugger

    Open the Web Tools at the Debugger tab.

  • Decreases the width of the searchbar by 10 pixles

    Decreases the width of the searchbar by 10 pixles

  • Delete Selected Text

    Delete the currently selected item(s) or text.

  • Delete all browser cookies.

    Deletes all browser cookies.

  • Delete Session Cookies

    Deletes all the cookies from the current session.

  • Toggle Developer Toolbar

    Toggles the Developer Toolbar

  • Document Object Model Inspector

    Open the DOM (Document Object Model) Inspector to view and manipulate the DOM tree.

  • Open the Download Folder

    Open the default download folder.

  • Open Ebay

    Go to the eBay web site.

  • Show the edit menu

    Show the edit menu.

  • Open the Error Console

    Open the error console to view errors caused by scripts.

    The error console is every developers best friend. Trying to find the line where you went wrong can be very hard with out so clue particularly in long or complex scripts. It shows errors from JavaScript, CSS, XML and even from the program itself should that be enabled.

    If the error console is disabled, this button will, depending on its setting, open the "Web Console" or "Browser Console" which now serve the same function.

  • Exit Application

    This button not only closes the current window, but every one that the current application may have open. It is a lot quicker than finding all windows and closing them one at a time.

    Finished browsing or reading all your emails, left lots of windows open? Don't want to have to shut them all one at a time? This little button can close them all, with out you having to do it all.

  • Open Extension Manager

    Open the Extensions Manager to install, uninstall or do any other needed tasks to any of your extensions.

  • Eyedropper

    Enable the Eyedropper. The colour of the point selected with be copied the the clip board

  • Open favourite page

    Open a page of your choice from a toolbar button. You can set the link from the options window

  • Show the file menu

    Show the file menu.

  • Find Text

    Open the find bar to find a word in the current page.

  • Find Next Match

    Find the next bit of text that matches your search.

  • Find Previous Match

    Find the previous bit of text that matches your search.

  • Stop Flash from Annoying you

    Stop Flash from annoying you.

  • Forward

    Go Forward. A replacement for the default Forward button.

  • Free Unused Memory

    Free unused memory that Firefox is currently using.

  • Toggle To Full Screen Mode

    Toggle the window to full screen mode, so you can view as much of the current page as possible.

  • Get more Firefox extensions

    Open addons.mozilla.org on the page to download more Firefox extensions, link can be changed in about:config if your prefer to use another site.

  • Get more Thunderbird extensions

    Open addons.mozilla.org on the page to get more Thunderbird extensions. Link can be change using about:config if you prefer another site.

  • Get more Thunderbird themes

    Open the Themes Manager to change your theme or install a new one. Only works in Firefox 1.5. Firefox 2 users should use the Add-ons Button.

  • Get more Firefox themes

    Visit the addons.mozilla.org page for downloading more Firefox themes. Link can be changes using about:config if you prefer to use another site.

  • Open Google Mail

    Open Gmail to read your new message. Link can be set in about:config.

    Gmail, Google's massively popular web based email. Checking if you have a new email becomes an often repeated task. This button serves as a second "home page" button, bring you to your email quicker and will less hassle.

  • Go to current address

    Go to the current url in the address bar

  • Go to the First or Last Tab

    Goes to the first tab, or if the first tab is sellected, the last tab.

  • Load Google home page

    Open the Google home page. The link can be changed using about:config.

  • Open help documentation

    Open the application help documentation.

  • Open Help Menu

    Show the Help Menu

  • Hide all images and backgrounds in current document

    Hide all image in the currently open web page.

  • Toggle visibility of all toolbars, except the main toolbar

    Toggle the visibility of all toolbar, other then the main toolbar.

  • Hide the Url Bar Text

    Hide the text of the url bar, so the link is no longer visiable.

  • Open History Menu

    Show the history menu.

  • Toggle History Sidebar

    Toggles the display of the History sidebar.

  • Open Hotmail

    Open the Hotmail home page to view you mail.

  • Stop iframes from loading and the ads they often contain

    Stop iframes from loading and the ads they often contain

  • Import Settings and Data

    Import settings and data from another application.

  • Increases the width of the searchbar by 10 pixles

    Increases the width of the searchbar by 10 pixles

  • Inspect Element

    Open the Web Tools at the Inspector tab.

  • Install an extension or theme

    Install an extension or theme file you have downloaded and stored on your hard drive. Middle clicking the button will open the window to control which sites can install extensions.

    Installing Extensions and particularly themes that you have downloaded can be quite a trick. This button makes the process simple and hassle free.

  • Open Language Manager

    Open the Language Manager to enable or disable or do any other needed tasks to any of your language packs.

  • All menus

    Show all the menus in a single menu.

  • Minimize current window

    Minimize the current window.

    I hate popups that don't show the minimize button on the window itself. This has been my solution. Also when I use full screen mode, and then want to minimize the window, this again this comes in useful.

  • Toggle the minimum font size

    Set a minimum font size that web sites can use. Prevents a web site using a font that is smaller than what you are able to read.

  • Move tab to New Window

    Moves the current tab to a new window.

  • Stop movies from loading

    Stop movies from loading.

  • Show Network Monitor

    Open the Web Tools at the Network Monitor tab.

  • Write New Email Message

    Open Thunderbird's compose window to write a new email.

  • Open a new browser tab

    Create a new empty tab

  • Open New Window

    Open a new browser window.

  • Go to the Next Tab

    Change the currently focused tab to the next one.

  • Open a File

    Open a file stored on your local hard drive. Can be used to install extensions or themes.

  • Open options

    Opens the Options window so you can change settings easily.

    Firefox, Thunderbird and Sunbird all have a huge number of settings. Often you will find a need to change one. About to visit your banking site, so you want pop ups enabled, or what ever your current need might be. The button brings the option window to you quicker.

  • Toggle between the default and the site's page colours

    Toggles between using the default colors (that tend to be easily readable) and the colors set by the web pages author.

  • Scroll One Page Down

    Scroll one page down

  • Toggle between the default and the sites fonts

    Toggle between the use of the fonts used by the site and those that are set as the default.

  • Open the Page Info Window

    Open the Page Info window to find out extra information about the current web page.

  • Open page info at the media tab

    Show the page info window with the media tab open.

  • Setup how the page is printed

    Define margins, orientation, and set up how the page is printed.

  • Scroll One Page Up

    Scroll one page up

  • Open Password Manager

    Opens the password manager to view saved passwords

  • Paste

    Paste text.

  • Open Paypal

    Go to the PayPal web site.

  • Show Performance

    Open the Web Tools at the Performance tab.

  • Toggle Pin Tab

    Toggle if the current tab is pinned or not.

  • Open Plugin Manager

    Open the Plugin Manager to enable or disable or do any other needed tasks to any of your plugins.

  • Toggle the PopUp Blocker

    Toggle the popup blocker, so it can easily be deactivated as needed. Middle click opens the popup exceptions window.

  • Go to the Previous Tab

    Change the currently focused tab to the one before the one you a viewing now.

  • Print this page

    Print the current page.

  • View your profile folder

    View your profile folder to find files (such as you bookmarks) to back them up.

    Finding your profile folder can be a slow and annoying process. So this button does it for you in a flash, no more digging though all your folders.

  • Add Bookmark Without Prompt

    Bookmark the current page with out that allowing popup asking where you want it put, The top level bookmark folder is fine thanks!

  • Open Application to Read Mail

    Launch your default Email program from within Firefox.

  • Open Application to Read News

    Launch your default News program from within Firefox.

  • Open a list of the recently closed tabs.

    Open a list of the recently closed tabs.

  • Redo Last Change

    Redo the late change.

  • Reload the current page

    Reload the current page/tab.

  • Reload Proxy

    Reload the currently in use proxy.

  • Reload page with out using content stored in the browser cache

    Reload page without using content stored in the browser cache to make sure you get any updates.

  • Reload all Open Tabs

    Reload all open tabs.

  • Remove Label of Current Tab

    Remove the label and icon from the current tab.

  • Remove Labels of All Tabs

    Remove the labels from all of the currently open tabs.

  • Rename Tab Currently Selected Tab

    Rename the Currently Selected Tab.

  • Reset Text Size

    Reset Text Size to the default setting.

  • Resizes the width of the searchbar

    Resizes the width of the searchbar

  • Open Responsive Design View

    Opens the Responsive Design View, to show how the web pages might appear on a mobile device.

  • Restart Application

    Restart the current application after installing a new extension, theme or plug-in.

    There is a number of reasons you may want to restart the program your using. Though having installed an extension is the most common. This button take all the hassle and work out of it.

  • Restart application with Add-ons Disabled

    Restarts the application with all the installed add-ons disabled.

  • Run an external application

    Runs an external application

  • Save document as

    Save the currently open document, or image to a file.

    Saving a page or email for later viewing or to send to a friend is a much needed functionality, so much so that there really should be a toolbar button for it.

  • Save Document Frame

    Save a frame from the current document.

  • Open Scratchpad

    Open the Scratchpad window for testing JavaScript.

  • Go do Web Search

    A separate button for doing a web search from the search toolbar.

  • Select All Text

    Select all the text in the current text box, web page, etc.

  • Toggle Send Referrer

    Toggle the send referrer setting between the default, sending it for all links and images, to sending it just for links, to off.

  • Open Services Manager

    Open the Services Manager to enable or disable or do any other needed tasks to any of your services.

  • Share the Current Page

    Share the current page on one of several social media platforms

  • Open the show all history window

    Open the window showing all your browsing history.

  • Show only Current Frame

    Show only the currently selected frame.

  • Toggle Sidebar

    Toggle the open sidebars, such as the history and bookmark sidebars.

  • Go back to the first page opened in this tab

    Go back to the very first page that was opened in the current tab.

  • View Page Source

    View the page or message source code.

  • Toggle The Status Bar

    Toggle the status bar from hidden to shown. Hide it to get the most out of your screen space, and show it when it really needed.

  • Stop the page loading

    Stops the current page from continuing to load.

  • Stop all Tabs From Loading

    Stop all tabs from loading when you have mass opened tabs and found the one you really wanted.

  • Show Style Editor

    Open the Web Tools at the Style Editor tab.

  • Change Profile that you are currently using.

    Switch the Profile that you are currently using.

  • Show Tab List

    When you have lots of tabs open, it is good to have another way of selecting one.

  • Open Themes Manager

    Open the themes manager to change you theme or install a new one.

  • Stop cookies from being set.

    Changes the cookie setting between: allow, 3rd party disabled, all disabled. On middle click opens the cookie exception window, and the drop down menu had other options.

    Some sites use cookies in a way that we as internet users don't tend to approve of. This button allows you to turn cookies off quickly before you visit such sites.

  • Stop all embedded content from loading.

    Stop movies, Flash, Java or any other plug-ins from loading their content.

  • Toggle if Images Load On and Off

    Enable or disabled if images load or not. This option can also be changed in the options window. The states are: load all images, do not load images, and do not load 3rd party images. If you middle click the button it will open the window for specifying what websites can load images.

  • Toggle Java On and Off

    Toggle Java between enabled and disabled.

  • Toggle JavaScript On and Off

    Enable or disable JavaScript. Means you keep keep it disabled most of the time and only turn it back on when you really need it.

  • Toggle the menu bar

    Toggle the menu bar. Don't put this button on the menu bar!

  • Toggles Pipelining On and Off

    Toggle the Pipeline setting.

  • Toggle The Proxy On & Off

    Toggles the Proxy between on and off for quick changing of networks.

  • Add/Remove web sites defined styles

    Toggle pages styles between showing the site's default and the browser defaults.

  • Toggle the Main Toolbar

    Toggle the main toolbar from showing to hidden. Don't place it on the main toolbar, it is disabled then and will not work.

  • Toggle Tools

    Show or Hide the Web Tools panel

  • Change Toolbar Icon Size and Display Mode

    Set the toolbar icon size as either large or small, and the button display mode between icons, icons and text, or text only.

  • Hide/Show Toolbars

    Show and hide toolbars quickly and easily.

    Toolbars use up valuable screen real estate, removing them frees this up to show more web page or email depending on what your doing.

  • Show the tools menu

    Show the tools menu.

  • Go to Top of Page

    Scroll the page to the very top.

  • Translate current page to preferred language

    Translate current page to your preferred language using the Google Translation service.

  • Open Twitter home page

    Open the Twitter website. The link can be changed using about:config.

  • Undo Last Change

    Undo last change/action.

  • Reopen the last closed tab

    Reopen the last closed tab. Really nice when a tab is closed by mistake, or you decided you did not really want to close it moments too late.

  • Go up one directory

    Go up one directory. This effectively removes ever non forward slash character after the last one.

  • Check For Updates

    Check for updates to the currently open application.

  • Change the current user agent string

    Allows the browser's user agent string to be changed to any of a number of predefined, or user set strings.

  • Show the view menu

    Show the view menu.

  • Show the Web Console

    Open the Web Tools at the Web Console tab.

  • Opens the Web Developer Menu

    Opens the Web Developer Menu to access tools like the Web Console and Developer Toolbar

  • Search the web with your default Search Engine

    Search the web with your default Search Engine. Only useful if you don't have the search bar visible.

  • Open WebIDE

    Open the WebIDE to manage your apps.

  • Load Wikipedia home page

    Open Wikipedia home page to find and edit articles. about:config can be used to edit what page this opens at.

  • Toggle work offline

    Toggle Work Offline and Work Online.

  • Open Yahoo Mail

    Open the Yahoo Mail page to check your email.

    Yahoo Mail, the massively popular web based email from Yahoo. Checking if you have a new email becomes an often repeated task. This button serves as a second "home page" button, bring you to your email quicker and will less hassle.

  • Enlarge Text Size

    Enlarge the text size on sites that makes the text so small you can't read it.

  • Reduce Text Size

    Reduce the text size so it is not so big.

  • Toggle between text and page zoom.

    Toggle between text and page zoom.

* These buttons are not in the official release, but will be added if they are popular here.

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Normally the buttons would just be added to the "Customise Toolbar" window. But we can also run a script when the extension is first installed to add them into the main toolbar for you. After you can still customise where they placed as before.

Normally extensions get installed into Firefox, but if you intend to install the created extension into Thunderbird etc. check this box and you will be prompted to download the extension instead.

If enabled a suitable number of toolbars will be created to fit your selection of buttons. Then your selection will be added onto these toolbars (unless you have selected to have them added to the main toolbar).

A menu of all the selected buttons can be created and placed in the Tools menu. This feature is experimental and some buttons may fail to work.

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