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Add Vista-like Locationbar Functionality to Firefox

One of the coolest new features in Windows Vista is the way folder structure is displayed in the locations bar. Vista organizes it in a way that makes it much more readable, and adds new features such as being able to back-track by clicking on folders in the location bar.

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Just like any other cool feature on other browsers, someone has taken the idea and turned it into a useful extension for Firefox. Introducing Locationbar2.

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There are three main features that make it worthwhile to install Locationbar2:

  1. It decodes long confusing URLs that clutter up your locations bar.
  2. It allows you to clearly see the website you are on, and its file structure. It makes it really easy to detect phising sites and other fake sites.
  3. It lets you click on parts of the site structure to navigate to that directory.

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  1. [...] LocationBar. Web oficial: Mozilla Addons. Visto en GearFire. Tags: extensiones, FirefoxOtras entradas que te pueden interesar…:Dale un toque a lo Vista a [...]

  2. windows vista academic

    yes indeed…