TabSumbit—a restartless rewrite of the old SubmitToTab Firefox extension—allows users to submit forms to new tabs and windows by extending middle-click functionality to form buttons.
The final lingering issues caused by changes to the drag-and-drop event model in Firefox 4 have finally been resolved in QuickDrag version 2.1.3, which was released last week and received AMO approval today. Additionally, NoRedirect version 1.3.2 was also released last week with some localization updates.
InlineDisposition is a new Firefox extension that prevents websites from forcing the browser to save or externally open content.
There will be updates to HashCheck and the modified Notepad2 builds in the near future.
NoRedirect version 1.3.0 has been released, with support for the latest versions of Firefox and SeaMonkey, support for the Swedish locale, a new feature (disabled by default) that adds redirects that were not interdicted to the session history, and various minor bug fixes.
ContextConsole Shell Extension version 2.1.0, formerly known as the "Open Command Prompt Shell Extension", has been released with support for a number of new locales and the
%ComSpec% environment variable.
There will be updates to URL Flipper, HashCheck, and the modified Notepad2 builds in the near future. Finally, ClassicFox has been officially retired.
The ContextConsole Shell Extension adds an "Open Command Prompt" menu item to the context menus (right-click menus) in Windows Explorer so that you can open a command prompt in the selected directory (or directories) or in the current directory that you are viewing.
The ContextConsole Shell Extension is very lightweight, supports network paths, is available in multiple languages, and is open-source.
The HashCheck Shell Extension makes it easy for anyone to calculate and verify checksums and hashes from Windows Explorer. In addition to integrating file checksumming functionality into Windows, HashCheck can also create and verify SFV files (and other forms of checksum files, such as .md5 files).
It is fast and efficient, with a very light disk and memory footprint, and it is open-source.
NoRedirect is a Firefox/SeaMonkey extension that lets the user take control of HTTP redirects. It can be used to interdict an ISP's DNS search redirection hijacks, preview/screen "shortened" URLs, stop the annoying redirection of "smart" error pages, etc.
Flexible and customizable, NoRedirect puts an end to the usability nuisances of redirects, such as the inability to correct mistakes in the address bar, without affecting legitimate, useful redirects.
QuickDrag is a Firefox/SeaMonkey extension that extends the function of the drag-and-drop mouse gesture so that it can be used to load URLs, do a web search of selected text on a page, or save an image on a page—all with a simple drag-and-drop.