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I used to be able to get a webpage with a list of all my installed extensions. How do I do that in Fx 6 or 7?

I used to be able to get a webpage with a list of all my installed extensions. How do I do that in Fx 6 or 7?

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"Ctrl+Shift+A" then select extensions, disabled extensions at end.

Type "about:support" into the location bar, you can print the page, print a selection. You can select and copy, or use the copy button.

If you want it in an Excel list, then install the following extension and you can select the rows you want and paste it into Excel using the Tools menus.

If you want to paste into Excel you need an extension

But you can install extensions in Firefox, the extensions of particular interest to you are:

See my notes in

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David McRitchie 320 solutions 3092 answers

Chosen Solution

"Ctrl+Shift+A" then select extensions, disabled extensions at end.

Type "about:support" into the location bar, you can print the page, print a selection. You can select and copy, or use the copy button.

If you want it in an Excel list, then install the following extension and you can select the rows you want and paste it into Excel using the Tools menus.

If you want to paste into Excel you need an extension

But you can install extensions in Firefox, the extensions of particular interest to you are:

See my notes in

"'''Ctrl+Shift+A'''" then select extensions, disabled extensions at end. Type "'''about:support'''" into the location bar, you can print the page, print a selection. You can select and copy, or use the copy button. If you want it in an Excel list, then install the following extension and you can select the rows you want and paste it into Excel using the Tools menus. If you want to paste into Excel you need an extension But you can install extensions in Firefox, the extensions of particular interest to you are: * Dafizilla Table2Clipboard :: Add-ons for Firefox *:https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/dafizilla-table2clipboard/ * TableTools2 - Copy/Sort/Chart/Filter Table&More! :: Add-ons for Firefox *:https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/tabletools2/ See my notes in * http://dmcritchie.mvps.org/firefox/firefox.htm#table2clipboard *http://dmcritchie.mvps.org/firefox/firefox.htm#tabletool2

Question owner

Thank you. "about:support" is exactly what I was looking for. It is not listed in the help or support information.

Thank you. "about:support" is exactly what I was looking for. It is not listed in the help or support information.
finitarry 251 solutions 3421 answers

You can use Help > Troubleshooting Information. It includes a list of extensions. If you have the menu bar hidden, you can make it appear by pressing Alt.

You can use Help > Troubleshooting Information. It includes a list of extensions. If you have the menu bar hidden, you can make it appear by pressing Alt.
David McRitchie 320 solutions 3092 answers

The Help > "Troubleshooting information..." list is the same list. I just dislike giving two separate sets of directions as finitarry was forced to do.


Both extensions make working with tables easier whether you use Excel or not, although for sorting a single column alphabetically a bookmarklet would do. Sorting on $ value etc, is really nice.

The Help > "Troubleshooting information..." list is the same list. I just dislike giving two separate sets of directions as finitarry was forced to do. ---- Both extensions make working with tables easier whether you use Excel or not, although for sorting a single column alphabetically a bookmarklet would do. Sorting on $ value etc, is really nice.