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All-in-One Sidebar Extension for Firefox

All-in-One Sidebar Extension for Firefox

This Firefox extension enable you to small sidebar for accessing built-in Firefox sidebars feature includes: Bookmarks, History, Downloads, Extensions, Themes, DOM Inspector, JavaScript Console. It also supports different popular extensions into sidebar like CookieCuller, Translation Panel, Scrapbook, Sage and GrepSidebar. Quoting on the run down of features:

All-In-One Sidebar for Firefox

    Sidebar-Features

    • Open the following dialogs in the sidebar: Bookmarks, History, Downloads, Extensions, Themes, DOM Inspector, JavaScript Console
    • Toolbar buttons for all sidebars (customizing toolbar palette)
    • Dropdown menu in the sidebar header to access all installed sidebars (which means, that all sidebar extensions are supported)
    • Special Support for CookieCuller, Translation Panel, Scrapbook, Sage and GrepSidebar
    • New WebPanel sidebar – open a website in the Sidebar (with context menu entry)
    • Almost complete customizable toolbar – use the context menu of the toolbar. Please use Toolbar Enhancements if you need full customization for arranging buttons or add new buttons. Follow these steps to do this:
      • right click on a firefox toolbar and choose “Customize…”
      • create a new toolbar and call it AIOS
      • drag & drop the buttons of your choice onto the toolbar
      • open the context menu of the new toolbar and choose the options you like
      • after the restart of Firefox the original toolbar is replaced by the new one.
    • Show/hide the toolbar, the sidebar switch on the edge of the browser window, the sidebars menubutton and the sidebar close button – use the context menu of the sidebar header
    • Save last open sidebar (no problems with uninstall like in other extensions)
    • New features in Bookmarks & History sidebar
      • open/close all folders
      • a feature that causes other open bookmark and history folders to close themself, when you open a new one (same behavior as in MSIE, but it only works when you click on a folder name, not on the "+ signs")
    • New features of Downloads sidebar
      • slim downloads list
      • downloads counter in the sidebar header
      • grab embedded flash animations, movies, music, etc. (in the tools menu and with context menu entry)
    • New features of Extension/Themes sidebar
      • slim extension/themes list
      • alphabetically sorted extension/theme list
      • extensions/themes counter in the sidebar header
      • install new extensions (several at one time!)/themes
      • tools menu with links to download extensions/themes
    • New features of JavaScript Console sidebar
      • filter for the JavaScript Console to search within the messages
        (The filter is saved between sessions. There is also a list of up to ten permanent filters. To add a filter to that list, confirm it with [Enter]. Click with the right mouse button on an entry to remove it.
      • an option to toggle javascript strict warnings and the evaluate toolbar
      • new toolbar with the filter field, a delete button and a tools menu

    Other Extra Features

    • Move up a level in site with the GoUp Button. Allow you to open a list of upper levels by clicking the dropmarker.
    • Makes the Stop and Reload button behave like a single one (as in Safari). When the user can stop, you get a Stop button, otherwise you get a Reload button.
    • Allow you to switch the Find Bar on or off with Ctrl-F shortcut (instead of having to manually close it).

    Download All-In-One Sidebar – [All-In-One Sidebar Homepage via DownloadSquad]

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    Last Updated on August 12, 2020

    How to Plan Your Life Goals and Actually Achieve Them

    How to Plan Your Life Goals and Actually Achieve Them

    Where do you want to be 5 years from now, 10 years from now, or even this time next year? These places are your goal destinations and although you might know that you don’t want to be standing still in the same place as you are now, it’s not always easy to identify what your real goals are.

    Many people think that setting a goal destination is having a dream that is there in the far distant future but will never be attained. This proves to be a self-fulfilling prophesy because of two things:

    Firstly, that the goal isn’t specifically defined enough in the first place; and secondly, it remains a remote dream waiting for action which is never taken.

    Defining your goal destination is something that you need to take some time to think carefully about. The following steps on how to plan your life goals should get you started on a journey to your destination.

    1. Make a List of Your Goal Destinations

    Goal destinations are the things that are important to you. Another word for them would be ambitions, but ambitions sound like something which outside of your grasp, whereas goal destinations are certainly achievable if you are willing to put in the effort working towards them.

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    So what do you really want to do with your life? What are the main things that you would like to accomplish with your life? What is it that you would really regret not doing if you suddenly found you had a limited amount of time left on the earth?

    Each of these things is a goal. Define each goal destination in one sentence.

    If any of these goals is a stepping stone to another one of the goals, take it off this list as it isn’t a goal destination.

    2. Think About the Time Frame to Have the Goal Accomplished

    This is where the 5 year, 10 year, next year plan comes into it.

    Learn the differences between a short term goal and a long term goal. Some goals will have a “shelf life” because of age, health, finance, etc, whereas others will be up to you as to when you would like to achieve them by.

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    3. Write Down Your Goals Clearly

    Write each goal destination at the top of a new piece of paper.

    For each goal, write down what is it that you need and don’t have now that will allow you achieve that goal. This could be some kind of education, career change, finance, a new skill, etc. Any “stepping stone” goals you removed will fit into this exercise. If any of these smaller “goals” have sub-goals, go through the same process with these so that you have precise action points to work with.

    4. Write Down What You Need to Do for Each Goal

    Under each item listed, write down the things that you will need to do in order to complete each of the steps required to complete the goal. 

    These items will become a check-list. They are a tangible way of checking how you are progressing towards reaching your goal destinations. A record of your success!

    5. Write Down Your Timeframe With Specific and Realistic Dates

    Using the time frames you created, on each goal destination sheet write down the year in which you will complete the goal by.

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    For any goal which has no fixed completion date, think about when you would like to have accomplished it by and use that as your destination date.

    Work within the time frames for each goal destination, make a note of realistic dates by which you will complete each of the small steps.

    6. Schedule Your To-Dos

    Now take an overview of all your goal destinations and make a schedule of what you need to do this week, this month, this year – in order to progress along the road towards your goal destinations.

    Write these action points on a schedule, you have definite dates on which to do things.

    7. Use Your Reticular Activating System to Get Your Goal

    Learn in this Lifehack’s vlog how you can hack your brain with the Reticular Activation System (RAS) and reach your goal more efficiently:

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    8. Review Your Progress

    At the end of the year, review what you have done this year, mark things off the check-lists for each goal destination and write up the schedule with the action points you need for the next year.

    Although it may take you several years to, for example, get the promotion you desire because you first need to get the MBA which means getting a job with more money to allow you to finance a part-time degree course, you will ultimately be successful in achieving your goal destination because you have planned out not only what you want, but how to get it, and have been pro-active towards achieving it.

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