Causes a clickable menu of current Bookmarks Toolbar items to appear when the mouse pointer is above the Firefox viewport (the area which displays web content).
What is BookmarksDropDown?
BookmarksDropDown is a Firefox Extension that adds a clickable bookmarks menu based on the Bookmarks Toolbar. It improves bookmark accessibility and offers various customization options.
The BookmarksDropDown Firefox Extension causes a customized Bookmarks Menu (based on the contents of the Bookmarks Toolbar menu) to appear when the mouse pointer is above the Firefox viewport (the area which displays web content).
Moving the cursor back over web content, or clicking one of the Bookmarks, then causes the Bookmarks Menu to disappear.
When the Bookmarks Menu is showing, you can use the normal mouse-click operations to select and open a bookmark in the current tab (left-click), a new tab (middle-click), or open a menu of possible actions (right-click).
- Middle-Click or Ctrl-Click on a Bookmark opens it in a new tab and keeps the bookmarks menu showing.
- Middle-Click or Ctrl-Click on a Folder loads all the folder's bookmarks, each in a new tab. Duplicate tabs will not be created.
Options: Options are available to display Bookmark website "favicons" (or not), and customize the menu text style, size, and colors (backgrounds, and highlight), which can improve
BookmarksDropDown is risky to use as it requires a number of sensitive permissions that can potentially harm your browser and steal your data. Exercise caution when installing this add-on. Review carefully before installing. We recommend that you only install BookmarksDropDown if you trust the publisher.
BookmarksDropDown has earned a fairly good reputation and likely can be trusted.