(I am coauthor of both)
(xStyle is based on the Chrome version of Stylish)
Legacy: SixOrNot, IPvFox provide IP addresses of servers accessed for building current page. SixOrNot (and maybe IPvFox?) also changes its toolbar icon to 4 or 6 to indicate if the top-level file of the page is connecting via IPv4 or IPv6.
Possible WebExtensions replacement: Show Server IP
Legacy: various host names in Title. This allows applications that need the server name for matching with site-specific logon credentials, such as for KeePass.
WebExtensions: Hostname in Title (There are probably others, too, but this was the first one I found.)
Looking for a replacement for Download Status Bar:
Does anyone have an idea? Or does this still need some WebExtension APIs implemented into Firefox?
+1 to Stylus. I’ve found myself using Stylish a lot, and got frustrated with some alternatives. After reading the userstyles.org forum, I tried Stylus and it’s exactly what I’m after.
Be aware that Stylus doesn’t fully work on Android. They’ve recently set it to incompatible with Android.
I hope they fix that by 57.
SixOrNot is moving to WebExtensions according to this bug.
Looking for a replacement for Session Manager
Connect securely to https websites by checking certificates with network notaries. See http://www.perspectives-project.org
It seems it would not make the cut, can anybody suggest an alternative.
… with a link to Google Sheets.
Hours of work, spoilt.
After the event I found my partial edition, now a named version in the history of the document:
- 2017-08-23 03:12 work in progress by Graham Perrin, interrupted and overwritten
– but I don’t intend to revisit, recreate and complete the edition. The waste of time was intolerable.
i like awesome screen shot extension. it make my screen sharing job easy. Just a single click and image ready.
check this http://awesomescreenshot.com/0dd6cznw40
Search by Image can be used as a replacement for legacy reverse image search add-ons. The next version will also allow searching for local images.
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