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February 2nd, 2007 at 8:00am — Rating: Firefox pointFirefox pointFirefox pointFirefox pointFirefox pointLink

If you've been with me since the first Fireday, you've obviously heard me talk about how my status bar has a ton of icons on the bottom of Firefox. Well, there is a new extension I've added to my list called Statusable.

Statusable creates a new status bar and attaches it to the bottom of Firefox. My extensions in my status bar were shifted up and voila! I could see my URLs again.

Since Firefox has released it's 2.0 version and is moving towards a 3.0 release, and since everyone installs numerous extensions, may I propose that this become a native feature in Firefox 3.0. This is an awesome fix for extension overload. However, one thing that users may complain about is that the extension is only compatible with Firefox 2.0 or higher.

Overall, Statusable is not hard to install and even though it takes up a little more room in my browsing display, it's a sacrifice I'm willing to make for the gluttony of more extensions...muhahahahahaha.