Extensions that make searching and navigating the web easier.
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A bioinformatics power-browsing toolbar for Mozilla-based browsers. This toolbar provides access to all major biological data resources.
Aims to build the popular Yahoo! Companion for Gecko-based browsers.
Extension to look up or translate words in a Web Page or an E-Mail using an online dictionary.
An application for making searching on the internet easier by adding a search "bar" to the browser.
Gives you simple access to the main ExPASy databases.
Created to be used with Netscape 6/Mozilla, this unofficial software emulates many features of the Google Toolbar.
HON's mission is to guide non-medical users and medical practitioners to useful and reliable online medical and health information.
Aims to increase the user's power to handle links in Mozilla.
Adds various functions for handling HTTP Headers.
Created to provide for efficient usage of time while a user performs Google searches by loading each result in its own tab.
A Mozilla extension that enables the user to obtain a street map of selected text, when it can be identified as a valid street address.
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An extension for Mozilla that can detect an image URL and automagically increment it.
Mozilla Amazon Browser (MAB)
The MAB is a tool for searching in the Amazon database and for browsing their massive catalog of merchandise.
Mozilla Internet Dictionary (MID)
A tabbed dictionary browser using the dictionary resources of the Internet.
Mycroft provides a collection of Sherlock 2 plug-ins for Mozilla-based browsers.
Lets you bookmark search engines for future use in the search bar.
Allows you to search for information in NLM Medline database.
A quick hack to add Google and Dictionary lookups to the context menu in Mozilla.
A sidebar panel that provides the user with an enhancement to the interface provided by Slashdot.
An extension to view your weather report via your browser based on your zipcode using webservices found on the net.
a tiny extension that displays the current status of the SeaMonkey or Mozilla Firebird tinderboxen and whether the tree is open or closed in an icon on your browser's status bar.
Allows you to quickly see what software the remote web site uses, and whether it is open source or proprietary software.
Last update:March 24, 2015 at 6:27:30 UTC