The Firefox Screencap Project: My Firefox
I am, of course, running Firefox 220.127.116.11, the most current stable version. I'm using the default theme. (It may look different to you because I use WindowBlinds on my computer and it applies it's own style to everything.) I find that when you use as many extensions as I do, it's best to stick with the default theme to prevent conflicts. Almost all extension writers develop their extensions with the default theme in mind, so it's a pretty safe bet.
My homepage is set to popurls.com. For me, it's a good starting place to get all the days best links and news in one place.
Starting at the top of my browser, on the very first toolbar you see the standard Firefox menu, but next to it are the buttons for the del.icio.us extension for Firefox. Next to that you'll see some various little buttons for opening files, printing, copying and pasting, etc. These buttons come from the Menu X extension. The Menu X extension adds a library of toolbar buttons to the customize toolbar dialogue, so that you can build your own custom toolbars. On this same toolbar you'll also see a button for the Web Developer extension (the gear wheel), the IE View extension, the Tab Mix Plus session manager, another Menu X button for the bookmarks manager, buttons for DownThemAll!, and finally the WebmailCompose button.
Moving down to the next toolbar you see the standard Firefox navigation toolbar, except that at the end I have two Menu X buttons, one to clear the URL bar, and the other to navigate within the url.
Next we move to the bookmarks toolbar. Here's where I keep the links I use most often. Some are tucked away into folders, while others exist as little buttons. To achieve this, I use Favicon Picker 0.3.0. It lets me assign a favicon to each bookmark. Then I erase the bookmark title to save room on the toolbar.
The next toolbar is the Google toolbar with only the options I use regularly displayed to save room. Resting on the same toolbar is the Firefox search box. Right now I have Blingo in the search box, but I actually have over 70 search plugins for various sites. I got most of them here.
Down on the statusbar portion of the browser you'll see first a small button that looks like a ruler. This is the MeasureIt extension. It's small ruler to measure page elements. Next to that is an eyedropper button belonging to the ColorZilla extension. Moving across the statusbar, you'll see the interface for FoxyTunes, which lets you control the media player of your choice (in my case, Winamp) from Firefox. As you can see, I was playing Sleep by The Dandy Warhols.
After FoxyTunes is a number. That's the number of popups that Firefox has blocked since I installed Popup Count about 2 years ago. It doesn't really have a practical use, I just like knowing that for some reason. Next to that is the McAfee SiteAdvisor, a really great safe browsing extension. Next to that is the VideoDownloader button, which lets you download videos from a host of streaming video sites. The little monkey face is, of course, Greasemonkey. Next to that is a button for Clippings, which lets you save snippets of often used text for pasting into forms. And finally, the last button on the toolbar belongs to Update Notifier, an extension that notifies you when there are updates to your extensions and themes.
I have more extensions that live behind the scenes, including Aardvark, BetterSearch, Bookmark Duplicate Detector, BugMeNot, Context Search, Copy Plain Text, Flashblock, Linky, Menu Editor, Nuke Anything Enhanced, and Xinha Here!.