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Topic # 65133 29-Jul-2010 23:02
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So apart from bug fixes, a newer version of safari has come in to play, well not that new but the gallery bit is now live.

And its about time they had extensions, like most of browsers do, Firefox, Opera and Chrome. 


And i have to say, im using an extension called facebook cleaner, and it does just what it says.Cleans those ads, and pokes away.


So i thought this would be a good place to start talking about any good ext's. 

Any thoughts. 




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  Reply # 360459 30-Jul-2010 22:52
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i see no ones enthralled by this. well for those of us, which would be most of us there are 3 good Facebook ext's that just make things a bit better.




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  Reply # 360613 31-Jul-2010 12:58
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keepitwarm: So apart from bug fixes, a newer version of safari has come in to play, well not that new but the gallery bit is now live.

And its about time they had extensions, like most of browsers do, Firefox, Opera and Chrome. 


And i have to say, im using an extension called facebook cleaner, and it does just what it says.Cleans those ads, and pokes away.


So i thought this would be a good place to start talking about any good ext's. 

Any thoughts. 


I'm using the Flickr Original & NY Times extensions

So far so good. Still early days, we'll probably see more great ext in the coming weeks.

I'm going to give Facebook Cleaner a go - seems interesting.  





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