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duckne55
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Firefox add-ons

Postby duckne55 » Tue Jan 26, 2010 7:48 am

chrome/IE/Opera/Safari/etc users do not apply here.
(personally i felt like switching to chrome at first, but the benefits of the add-ons on firefox far outweigh the benefits of chrome)
so yeah here's my long list of add-ons :P
disabled ones are those i wanted but were incompatible with others.
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also greasemonkey scripts:
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what do YOU use?
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Postby Insomnia » Tue Jan 26, 2010 1:29 pm

This is an old screenshot.
got new ones, got rid of old ones
<div class='spoiler_toggle'>Spoiler: click to toggle</div><div class="spoiler" style="display:none;">Image</div>
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Seanyx-Chris
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Postby Seanyx-Chris » Wed Jan 27, 2010 1:14 pm

Adblock plus
NoScript
BetterPrivacy
Foxlingo

A short but useful list of the essentials.
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Postby Gloomfrost » Wed Jan 27, 2010 11:25 pm

FireBug is my most prominent firefox addon.. I use it ALL the time for everything, especially downloading music off of free play sites (without a download link)!

It's only useful if you know the basics of how pages are coded and how data is put onto sites though.

~Gloom
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Postby Insomnia » Thu Jan 28, 2010 9:21 am

lol gloom, i just get all my music off youtube.
alot easyer as its one button for me, but i do have firebug
duckne55
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Postby duckne55 » Thu Jan 28, 2010 11:13 am

music from youtube are of lower quality.
Not so much lower now though.
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Postby Insomnia » Thu Jan 28, 2010 12:13 pm

lol, you prob get the shity 320flv
i get the 1080mp4 or 720 if i must
duckne55
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Postby duckne55 » Thu Jan 28, 2010 9:11 pm

i know they exist, but thats just the screen resolution right?
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Postby B2zeldafreak » Thu Jan 28, 2010 9:57 pm

Gloomfrost wrote:FireBug is my most prominent firefox addon.. I use it ALL the time for everything, especially downloading music off of free play sites (without a download link)!

It's only useful if you know the basics of how pages are coded and how data is put onto sites though.

~Gloom
I don't use an addon, I just look at the page source usually. But I don't download alot of music off the web, I prefer F rost wire if I do.
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Postby Insomnia » Thu Jan 28, 2010 10:13 pm

duckne55 wrote:i know they exist, but thats just the screen resolution right?
is sound and video.
youtube has 4 main bitrates they use.

mono - 360p :: flv
stereo - 480p :: flv
stereo - 720p :: mp4
stereo - 1080p :: mp4

sometimes if the video is old enough you can get 480p mono.
im not sure of what the sounds rate is on them, just the screen rez and sound type. think all vids are 25fps though
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Postby Insomnia » Thu Jan 28, 2010 10:19 pm

<div class='spoiler_toggle'>New screenshot of addons</div><div class="spoiler" style="display:none;">ImageImage</div>
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Postby Gloomfrost » Thu Jan 28, 2010 11:55 pm

Kay so,

1) I believe 720/1080p have the same audio bitrate
2) I do not download a lot of music at all from the 'web' lol! I'm just saying that's one of the main purposes; as an organized and easy way to inspect elements on page. Chrome has this thing sort of built in actually.

~G