19
Jan
2009

How to improve the history sidebar in Firefox

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Surfing a lot of websites in Firefox is a really wonderful experience, above all if you are using the  new Firefox 3.1 which is really fast. The down-side  is that, if you want to track back some site you previously surfed, you will have to use the history sidebar. Let’s seak frankly, this bar is not well-implemented and developed and, as a result, you  have to guess the name of the page/website you are looking for, among dozens of records. Let’s see how we can improve and change the history sidebar for better.

Thumbstrips is a nice add-on for Firefox which creates a filmstrip of thumbnails at the bottom the of browser window. In this way it will be sufficient for you to look at the thumbnails to understand immediately if what pages is the one you are looking for. If you want to know more or download it, visit the official website.




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