The Vimium C Web Extension by Dahan Gong has been updated more recently than other similar extensions (it was just updated 4 days ago).
Description from Mozilla's Firefox Add-ons Site (AMO):
Vimium C is an open source browser extension that provides keyboard-based inner-page navigation, browser tab operations, and an enhanced search panel, so you may ...
I'm not 100% sure there are tools that do both of those but often, for onsite overlays Behind The Overlay is good at blocking them. Put this in conjunction with uBlock Origin and you should get rid of most of the pop-ups, but sadly, no-one has made an extension to prevent nuisance popups.
Would the TamperMonkey browser extension work for you?
Here's an example script I would write to fill the 'Mickey Mouse' fields on this page.
// @name New Userscript
// @namespace http://tampermonkey.net/
// @version 0.1
// @description try to take ...
You can look into the chrome extension, Wayback Machine. It is from Internet Archive (Archive.org). It claims to "Reduce annoying 404 pages by automatically checking for an archived copy in the Wayback Machine."
Is there something wrong with the jslint CLI?
The installation is very simple on Debian. The following commands assuming you are using apt as a package manager and that you are logged in as root.
apt install nodejs
npm install -g jslint
Firefox has now a built-in "Take a screenshot" tool in address bar (Click the three dots). It has full page screenshot and visible page screenshot. Can copy to clipboard or download. Pretty convinient!
SnagIt is more expensive than other answers here (~50€), but also offers auto-scroll, in both axis if necessary. I have used it, for example, to screenshot the output of database queries. It can also easily screenshot a whole window, or just window contents, so it's easy to get a good image without having to manually crop much afterwards.
My favo(u)rite screen capture tool is FastStone capture.
Among many other excellent features, I have often used it's auto-scroll feature to capture an entire browser page, no matter how long it was.
The current version costs $19.99, but you can download the last free version from http://whatsonmypc.net/2009/05/14/faststone/ Chances are that you don't ...
AutoHotKey is a powerful solution for such things.
You'll need to write an autostart script, which syntax is not quite trivial (and make sure AutoHotKey starts with Windows), but in your case it can be a one-liner.
^!1::Send, This is a common question...
In your case, I would probably make it a 'hotstring' rather than 'hotkey':
::cq!::This is a common ...
The Don't track me Google Firefox extension (also a Chrome extension) should detect those Google redirects. This should work on all Google domains, not just Google Search. [GitHub page]
Removes the annoying link-conversion at Google Search/maps/...
This extension gets rid of Google's ugly (tracking) URL. This speeds
up loading search results and ...
Disclaimer: I am the author of WebScrapBook and ScrapBook X.
WebScrapBook is the successor of ScrapBook X, which is a legacy Firefox add-on that has implemented lots of improvements over legacy ScrapBook.
Due to the limitation of the WebExtension framework, some features like organizing captured pages, highlighting, and taking notes requires ...