Hi, Caitlin. Thanks for your reply.
And thank you for recommending Copy Link URL WE. I ended up installing Text Linky Tool, which seems to be a more comprehensive version of the same extension.
As for Go Parent Folder, here’s my usage scenario: I keep my bookmarks super organized in multi-level folders! Now, there are two problems:
First, Firefox’s built-in library does not support folder search—which is heart-breaking!
Second, many times I lookup a bookmark and I want to find the folder that it belongs to. Go Parent Folder (by White Alice0775) does exactly that.
For instance, let’s say I’m looking in my bookmarks for some medical information websites, and I remember that drugs<.>com is one of them. So, in my bookmarks, I search for drugs<.>com. Then I can right-click in that entry, and click “Go Parent Folder”, and it would take me to the folder that it belongs to—here, “Health and Medicine/Medical Information/”, which contains all sorts of similar websites that I have bookmarked (e.g., medscape<.>com, uptodate<.>com).
Right now I am using Bookmarks Manager and Viewer as a replacement, but it has some UI issues.
I’m glad to hear that the FlashGot’s developer is planning to update the extension for FFQ. I look forward to it.
Finally, URL Alias… I use URL Alias to create handy shortcuts for URLs. For instance, if I want to lookup a word in the Merriam-Webster dictionary, all I have to do is enter “mw apples” in Firefox’s Awesome Bar. URL Alias will automatically replace it with https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/apples?pronunciation&lang=en_us. Or I can enter “fbm” to open the Facebook Messenger (https://www.facebook.com/messages/t/).
Sorry if it’s too long. Thanks again