One of the great things about the Firefox Web browser is the wealth of 3rd party extensions available. I've grown to rely on several that make using Firefox easier and more convenient for me. The screenshot below is a list of my personal favorites; if you're interested, click the image for a more readable size.
One of the downsides of relying on 3rd party extensions, though, has become apparent after the recent release of Firefox 2.0. Although FF2 has been available for a couple of weeks now, some of my favorite extensions have yet to be updated to work with it. Of course, there was never any guarantee they would be, and given that they're all free to begin with there's really no room for complaint here, but while I enjoy the improvements in FF2 I miss the convenience these extensions provide.
As of this morning the list of laggards includes the following: Copy URL +, Paste and Go, Aardvark, and Powermarks. I hope they'll be updated to work with FF2 in the near future.
Tags: Firefox 2.0, Copy URL +, Aardvark, Paste and Go, Powermarks