Firefox Plugin: Reload Every

April 20th, 2008 | Posted in FireFox, freeware, Internet, Opinion, Software | 2 Comments

One of the things that I love about firefox is that it’s so easy to customize the daylights out of it.  Firefox Plugins are kinda like patio furniture, you can find something for nearly any situation or need and just like you can arrange patio furniture to suit your style, you can use the specific Firefox plugins to suit your needs.

The one I’m talking about this time is called “Reload Every“.  This little gem allows you to have the browser automatically reload the page every x seconds. by just right clicking on the page and choosing the time setting on the “Reload Every” entry of the context menu.

I’ll admit that it’s not something I user very often but I’ve been thankful for it more than once.

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2 Responses to “Firefox Plugin: Reload Every”

  1. This looks like a great resource.I’m very interesting to read your blog. Thanks for posting this.
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  2. Glad you find it useful.  In upcoming entries I’ll be covering more Firefox plugins that I find useful.

    On an unrelated note, Is your name / handle really “Okinawa”?  I thought that was an island off Japan.