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foXpose, A Great Firefox Extension

By David Ponce

If you haven’t downloaded Firefox 1.5 yet, you really should. NASA has. And when you do, you’ll discover among many of the wonderful features, the joy of tabbed browsing. Now, fun as it is, when you have fifteen of the buggers open, it’s easy to lose track of what’s what.

That’s where Viamatic’s foXpose (try this link if that one is giving you trouble) extension comes in handy. After install, you get a little button in the lower right-hand corner. Click on it, and it’ll rearrange all your tabs into clickable thumbnails, very much like Mac OS’s Expose feature.

While not as visually appealing as Apple’s implementation, it’s definately handy.

[foXpose] VIA [Viamatic]


3 responses to “foXpose, A Great Firefox Extension”

  1. wooyay says:

    what I really want to see is an extension that saves a thumbnail for every bookmark I have

  2. Thomas Paine says:

    Very interesing iea wooyay.


    You might want to change the url you have for the plugin. By default it blocks the installation process and then when you go to add access for the site it puts your url instead of the mozilla one. I suggest something like this

  3. Anonymous says:

    Doesn’t work with FireFox 1.0.7