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Which Safari extensions do you use? – The Eclectic Light Company
I only use two Safari extensions now, both of which I strongly recommend. The first is Jeff Johnson’s unique StopTheMadness, which fixes all those blocked features, and Better, which protects my privacy from trackers. The trouble with them both is that they’re so good at their jobs that I no longer notice how much they do for me: like all the best extensions, they just get on with it. When I want to copy or use Safari’s contextual menu, StopTheMadness just works as you’d expect. And I haven’t seen any tracking ads for, well, since I installed Better.
safari  extensions  webbrowsing 
2 days ago by euler
GNU's programming and extension language — GNU Guile
Guile is the GNU Ubiquitous Intelligent Language for Extensions, the official extension language for the GNU operating system.
guile  scheme  gnu  programming  language  lisp  extensions  build 
3 days ago by orlin
Mousedown simple macintosh software
Description of Mousedown products for OS X and iOS
mac  extensions  location  applescript 
7 days ago by e2b
Implement a settings page - Mozilla | MDN
A settings page gives users a way to see and change settings (sometimes also called "preferences" or "options") for the extension.
firefox  extensions  webextensions 
7 days ago by jccalhoun
Browser Extensions - Mozilla | MDN
Extensions can extend and modify the capability of a browser. Extensions for Firefox are built using the WebExtensions API, a cross-browser system for developing extensions.
coding  browser  extensions  firefox  add-ons  javascript  learning  intent:PlatformDoc  lang:JS 
9 days ago by jccalhoun
Mute users | refined.chat
Bots are so bad but even worse are bots pretending to be management.
slack  extensions  tools 
9 days ago by po

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