This extension extends the context menu of Mozilla Firefox. It adds some useful features to browser, userdefined scripts, external applications, and so on.
Ver.4.0 or later works on Mozilla Firefox only. If you use Mozilla Suite or Netscape 7, see old versions.
In Thunderbird, some features for web browsing are disabled. For example, "Show invisible informations" and so on.
Please read help documents too.
This extension adds new features to the context menu of Navigator, following:
Is almost same as the Go menu in the menubar. You can go to previous/next page in the history.
Is almost same as the Bookmarks menu in the menubar. (But this menu has no commands to edit bookmarks.)
This extension adds new features to the context menu of Navigator and Mail, following. (Some features work with only Navigator.)
You can show almost menu items following in the context menu or the menubar directly, and they are shown in the Extensions submenu at first.
Loads the upper directory. For example, in http://piro.sakura.ne.jp/latest/latest.html, loads http://piro.sakura.ne.jp/latest/, and again, loads http://piro.sakura.ne.jp/.
Loads selection text as a URI.
Scroll to the next or the previous heading, which was marked up as headings by
Jumps to the original document of the quotation marked up as
<q>, if it has a CITE attribute.
Jumps to the explanation document of the edited section marked up as
<del>(deleted), if it has a CITE attribute.
Jumps to the long description of the image (
<img>), if it has a LONGDESC attribute.
Shows the outline list analysed from headings (marked up as
Shows the list of related documents, like the Site Navigation Bar. And you can jump to some navigation items ("next", "top", "contents", etc.), with their keyboard shortcuts.
Collects links in the page, the frame, or the selection and copies the result to the clipboard. You can set a filter by a regular expression.
Show each invisible info in the page. Links, ID/NAMEs, and CITES are converted to links automatically.
Runs all features to show invisible info above, by one action. You can disable some features in this call, by preference setting.
Sends the current page or the link to your favorite web services (ex. HTML validators, Google cache, etc.).
Sends the selection text to your favorite web services (ex. search engines).
Opens the current page (, the frame, the link) or the selection text by your favorite applications (ex. external web browser, HTML editor, etc.).
This extension adds more generic features to Navigator, following:
You can use some keyboard shortcuts compatible with Opera: A/Q or Ctrl+↓/Ctrl+↑ to focus to the next/previous link, S/W to scroll to the next/previous heading, and Ctrl(Command)+J to collect links. And more shortcuts are available for Site Navigations.