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Image Toolbar


Provides easy access to common image functions in Mozilla Firefox.

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This is a near parallel fork of Cussers wonderful Mozilla Firefox Add-on Extension with a few tweaks.

"Single-click access to common actions for images (e.g. saving, copying, printing). This extension is intended to provide a replacement for the equivalent toolbar in Internet Explorer."

See upstream at

With any luck I hope to have it pulled as a RFE.

Please note since Firefox (Fx) went to the mundane signing I am no longer publishing a Fx xpi... however it does work in SeaMonkey (SM).

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  • Same features as upstream extension...
  • + when auto saving remove image from the page with a yellow download button.
  • + when auto saving close the tab with a red download button.
  • + some standardizations applied,
  • + some fixes
  • Very elegant Add-on Extension whether this mod or upstream! :)


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