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File size: 843 KB
Platform: Windows All
License: Freeware
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Downloads: 810
Date added: 2007-08-10
Publisher: Aseem Kishore

ThumbStrips 1.0.2.1 description

Firefox extension that creates a filmstrip of thumbnails where you can see the history of the visited sites ThumbStrips is a Firefox extension that creates a filmstrip of thumbnails that allows you to see the history of the visited websites.
Thumbstrips creates a filmstrip of thumbnails, representing pages you have recently seen, and allowing you to easily find and return to any previously visited page with one click.
The purpose of ThumbStrips is to help you find what youre looking for. To that end, all of its features were designed to be easily accessible and intuitive to use. You can find most of them directly on the filmstrip or from the filmstrip menu.
Main features:
- showing time of last visit. The filmstrip displays the time you last saw each page, right below each thumbnail. And its meaningful; instead of just a date and time, it tells you precisely how long ago it was.
- capturing page scroll position. As you scroll up and down a page, the pages thumbnail shows exactly what you see on the screen. And when you click a previous thumbnail, it will take you to the exact spot where you last were.
- resizability. Whether you like the thumbnails small or large, you can find a height for your needs. Simply drag the bar separating the filmstrip from the page, and the thumbnails will move right with you.
- smart tab behavior. Each separate Firefox window has its own filmstrip, and within a window, the windows filmstrip will capture thumbnails from every tab. So you can keep using tabbed browsing to your hearts content, without fear of losing pages. You can even middle-click or Ctrl+click thumbnails to open them in a new tab.
- multiple ways to scroll. By default, you can scroll through thumbnails by simply sliding your mouse left and right along the filmstrip, so you can find pages faster. If you prefer another method, you can turn mouse scrolling off from the filmstrip menu under Options and use either the DVD-type controls at the top, or the old-school scrollbar at the bottom of the window.
- starting/stopping recording. If you want to browse without taking new thumbnails, you can stop recording for as long as you want. You can access this option not only from the filmstrip menu, but also by right-clicking either the toolbar button or the status bar icon. In addition, you can use the View menu option, or for the keyboard users, you can press Ctrl+Shift+S or F4.
- instantaneous search. As you type, thumbnails will disappear and appear in the blink of an eye. And everything within every page is searched, so if you read it, you can find it. Click the Clear link to instantly show every thumbnail again.
- filtering by domain. If you want to see thumbnails from only one or more particular sites, you can filter the filmstrip by domains. The filter can be set to any combination possible; for example, if you want to see only Wikipedia and Google pages, go to the filmstrip menu and set the filter to show en.wikipedia.org, google.com and nothing else. Turn the filter off at any time by setting it to show all domains.
- sorting. We often visit a page multiple times (for example, a search results page). To handle multiple visits, the filmstrip condenses all the visits into one thumbnail, and sorts different thumbnails so that the most recently viewed thumbnails are at the end. As you browse, the thumbnails will even resort themselves instantly, without any effort on your part. If you want to change this default behavior, you can do so from the filmstrip menu under Sort.
- saving and loading filmstrips. When bookmarking single pages isnt enough, try saving your filmstrips. Delete thumbnails you dont want (by right-clicking on the thumbnail), or filter them out, and save the thumbnails for later access. You can even save them to disk, so that you can share filmstrips with friends and family. This is ideal for collaborative projects, academic research, step-by-step tutorial creation, unfinished window shopping, and more.
System requirements:
- Firefox: 2.0 – 2.0.0.

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