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Extensions "Menu Button" on the Toolbar
I wonder if in the new release of Mozilla Firefox there is an Extension that places an "'Extension Button"' in the Toolbar that works as an Extensions Menu including a table of all Extensions, where someone can very easily pin or unpin Extension icons from the toolbar or can handle the Extensions properties.
Herewith I attach relevant Screenshots from three well-known Browsers including this future on the toolbar. (Microsoft Edge, Chrome, Opera)
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Firstly my friend, you have toooooo many add-ins ! :-)
But regardless, you can customize FireFox's toolbar and add to it a button that opens up "add-ins".
I dont think its fancy like what the other browsers have. But in this case, you wouldnt have to add another add-in onto FF.
Right click on the toolbar and select customize.
Then drag the puzzle piece icon to the toolbar.
Those look like 3 different browsers, but they are really all Google wearing different outfits...
The closest thing in Firefox is the "overflow" menu, which can have both regular Firefox buttons and add-on buttons:
More info on customizing: Customize Firefox controls, buttons and toolbars
Thank you very much for the instant reply to my issue. I know of course the "Customize toolbar" ability and even more the "Overflow Menu". However, I am asking for an extension (add-on) that means a convenient tool that simplifies a certain procedure while working. If the above is valid, then in Mozilla Firefox I cannot find a similar Extension for this procedure.
Extensions are not allowed to manage/group the buttons of other extensions.
Why would that be more convenient than using the Overflow menu?
I don't disagree. However, I just wondered if there was a similar add-on to join all extensions together with the instant ability to manage all of them at a glance...
Probably no. but you can try to pin the add on from customize toolbar to your toolbar. Then, you can directly click it to manage your extension. This seem more similar that what you want.