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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 ...


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This is an older question but for anyone still looking for a solution… Starting with Firefox 77 you can enable SSB (site-specific browser) in the settings. Open about:config and look for the browser.ssb.enabled setting. Click the arrow to change the value to true and restart Firefox. Click the … next to the URL and choose "Use This Site in App Mode", you ...


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You can do this with Tor browser Follow the link to download for your environment - Windows, OSX, Linux or Android as required..


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Dark Reader It's available for both Firefox and Chrome Use Invert listed only if you wish Dark Reader to work only on listed websites. https://darkreader.org/help/en/#site-list


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Have you considered Lynx? It's text only, but very usable. It's available for most platforms. It's open-source. Visit their site here: https://lynx.invisible-island.net/release/ If you're using a Mac, start a Terminal and execute "brew install lynx". For Windows, visit the Lynx installer page


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will this one do what you want?


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Ungoogled Chromium from Portapps: This adds the portable feature, which is the only missing item in Ungoogled Chromium. The best solution for you if you just want Chromium without Google. Iridium Browser: An another Chromium browser. In fact, this is quite similar to Ungoogled Chromium and it meets all the requirements. As an extra, it's also privacy-focused ...


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In Chrome simply go to the URL: chrome://bookmarks/ and click on the 3 dots to the top right of the page, you will have a drop down for export bookmarks. On a new computer I would expect you to be running Windows 10 which currently has 2 programs for browsing the internet installed by default: Legacy Internet Explorer which by default expects an html file ...


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You can look into the Firefox or 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." Firefox Extension: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/wayback-machine_new/ Chrome Extension: https://chrome.google.com/...


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You can accomplish what you want using the Firefox web browser with the uBlock Origin extension. Simply configure uBlock Origin to block all scripts, images, and remote fonts. You can also configure it to block all "large" media elements, and define exactly what you consider to be "large". Using these techniques, the amount of data you use will decrease ...


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With https://whereby.com/ you can provide video meetings in the browser. Your attendees just need to visit your custom link to whereby. You can also share your screen and for small teams (up to 4 attendees) it is gratis. This is not a code library but a software recommendation. Anyway, i hope this helps.


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Try BurpSuite. https://portswigger.net/burp You can edit requests/responses by using the "intercept" function.


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I now use the Markdown here browser extension for this. Of course this is not HTML, as mentioned in my question, but it allows the emails to be edited "with code" (Markdown) and do CTRL+ALT+M to have the rendered output. That's the closest solution I found to what I was looking for. Finally Markdown is even better than editing HTML directly (If you are ...


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Found this one recently, it is working delightfully for me between Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, Vivaldi, and Firefox, Linux and Windows: https://xbrowsersync.org Sorry, should have put this in originally: I have zero affiliation with this product.


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