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Help with Firefox (Possible Add-On)

Tyler Wiebe
P: 66
Okay, to start this off, I'm just going to say that this is all because I'm sure I have OCD to some degree.

It has to do with how Firefox now organizes downloads, which it doesn't. I don't mind the new look of it, but I'm missing how it kept all the active downloads at the top, and would move all completed downloads to the bottom of the list. And would notify me when a download failed, and placed it at the bottom of the active downloads. Also the retry button I find blends in to well with the open directory button.

Anyways, I'm looking for a solution to this, and I've decided that my best options are as follows:
1) Use a new browser
2) Find an Add-On that organizes my downloads
3) Create my own Add-On

I'd like to know of any browser, or Add-On that you recommend.

I wouldn't mind making an Add-On, so any good tutorial you know of, or any advice you'd like to share, please let me know.

Also, I did a few short tutorials using Firefox's Add-On Builder, but none of them had anything I wanted to use.

I'd appreciate any tutorial on making an Add-On, and the proper coding etiquette to code an Add-On, because I normally code in C#, which has a IDE.

Anyways, if I do make a Add-On, here's the thing I'd like to learn first:
1) How to make a separate window that I can design.
Dec 25 '13 #1
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