Add Vertical Firefox Toolbar

By | October 13, 2011

Add Vertical Firefox Toolbar

In case you use a widescreen display and prefer to have a vertical toolbar instead the horizontal one, here is a simple Firefox add-on to enable such functionality for you every day needs.

Called “Vertical Toolbar”, it does exactly what it says. With this extension enabled, users can now add or remove toolbar buttons, attach it to the edge of the screen and few other tricks. Sounds interesting?

Download Vertical Toolbar.

Via: FirefoxFacts.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    I lol’d, so pathetic. Copying Opera AGAIN.

    • JusticeForOpera says:

      the problem is not copying opera, is claiming they invented anything when you see the last cartoon about browsers when chrome shown as the most inventing browser with 5 stars !!! 

      but opera FTW, they tried hard to kill it with sniffing, breaking websites, bad marketing, and lot more lame and silly studies here and there especially google and microsoft, but opera still the leader ( with limited market share surely ) but still the leader of the web browsers.


      • Anonymous says:

        “when you see the last cartoon about browsers when chrome shown as the most inventing browser with 5 stars !!!”

        Hahahaha … I saw that, it’s hilarious.

    • Mikah says:

      Why wouldn’t they copy Opera nothing pathetic in copying a good idea , what is pathetic is they take so long about it.

    • SlashZaku says:

       Who is?  This is a community made add-on, no?

  2. KfdjgkL says:

    who gives a shit – you have it, you can choose whether to use it or not, if the just mentioned doesnt concern you, stfu

  3. Mikah says:

    With todays wide screen monitors it makes sense to put as much as possible on the sides of the screen ,
    I’d love an option to have Opera panels open a second panel on the right side of the screen & have both open at the same time.

  4. Relgorka Shantilla says:

    But can it put websites and system folders into that sidebar?