Firefox Add-on Compatibility Center

The Mozilla Corporation has Firefox 3.1 in beta 2 and will release beta 3 later this month, so I thought it would be a good time to point out the Add-on Compatibility Center that Mozilla created last year.  It claims to list add-ons that constitute 95% of add-on usage among Firefox users.

If the color is green, the add-on is up-to-date, teal represents add-ons that are compatible with out-of-date Firefox 3.1 betas, yellow represents those compatible with alphas, and gray represents those that have not been made compatible with Firefox 3.1 at any stage of development.

So, if you want to switch to 3.1 right when it comes out, be sure to check this list if you have any extensions that you can’t live without.

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About Meng Bomin

Real name Benjamin Main, I am a graduate of Grinnell College with a degree in Biological Chemistry.
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