Murphy's Law: Our Favorite Firefox Add-ons Vs Chrome Extensions!

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Xylogeist

lol "Wimply right click"

 Mozilla > Opera > Chrome XD

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DOOMHAMMA

I'm not switching to Chrome until it has something as good as Adblock Plus.

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cj100570

ask and ye shall receive http://www.chromeextensions.org/?s=adblock&scat=all

 

 

 

 

"Semper Paratus"

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Albin

I've gotten so used to the faster and more evolved Developer Chrome I've forgotten what the "stable" version doesn't do.  The new version has its own very simple and effective bookmark sync.  (I'm sticking with FF as default for security and privacy reasons, but love Chrome for speedy handling of Google's own sites and services.) 

FF add-ons I miss on Google are NoScript, BetterPrivacy, and QuickPageZoom.

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Albin

I've gotten so used to the faster and more evolved Developer Chrome I've forgotten what the "stable" version doesn't do.  The new version has its own very simple and effective bookmark sync.  (I'm sticking with FF as default for security and privacy reasons, but love Chrome for speedy handling of Google's own sites and services.) 

FF add-ons I miss on Google are NoScript, BetterPrivacy, and QuickPageZoom.

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1337Goose

I've never been an extensions man, but these extensions don't appear to take up your entire screen or slow down your browser... sweet, I'm in. 

~Goose

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McB

I was looking for something just like this.  The only addon that is really keeping me from fully transferring to Chrome is AutoPager.  Anyone know of a working extensions that functions in a similar way?

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cj100570

you might find something like it here http://www.chromeextensions.org/

 

 

 

 

"Semper Paratus"

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vvtempo

Wow, excellent picks dude. Very good indeed. Firefox is simply the best.

 

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blackcat77

When I read that extensions were available for Chrome, I downloaded it only to be disappointed again.  The adblockers don't work, no working Greasemonkey, and most importantly, no No Squint so I was stuck with the tiny print on my 1920x1080 monitor unless I wanted to manually adjust every page.

 IOW, Chrome is still not ready for primetime.

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nekollx

 Patience grasshopper, Firefox DOES have a few years lead on Chrome...

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blackcat77

But I have unpinned it from the taskbar.  I'll check it again in a month or so and hopefully more things will work.

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Neufeldt2002

I only use one addon for firefox, Adblock Plus. Chrome has one too, Ad Sweep, that works just as well as Adblock Plus.

I wanted a signature, but all I got was this ________

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JohnP

  I would not run a browser without it. Firegestures is the other one that I got to have (which I guess Chrome has).

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Digital-Storm

MaximumPC doesn't put AdBlock Plus in their addon lists because it would be quite unbeneficial to their advertisements. Although I think more people should know about AdBlock so that websites use less obtrusive advertising. Google Adsence is very nice in that it doesnt clutter the screen atleast.

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