Using add-ons in Firefox to enhance your experience is boring. For April Fools' Day, lets make the experience a little more bizarre. Since these add-ons were meant to be installed on a victim's computer you'll only need two things:
- a victim who uses Firefox as his or her regular browser
- access to the victim's computerTo keep it simple, here are the links to all of the add-ons for your one-stop shopping pleasure. Each step will explain what each of these does.Just click on a link to install it in Firefox.- Two Steps Back
- Rick Rollr
(Video removed by YouTube)- The Devil's Inbox
- Highs and Lows
- Sarcasm Enhancer
- What Did You Say?
- For real
- Watch it
- Total Confusion Combo Pack!
(Updated 3/30)- Total Confusion Combo Pack!
(non April Fools' Day version)
If you want to hit your victim with everything, you can go for the Total Confusion Combo Pack. The combo pack is set to only
work on April 1st
, so you can install it now, and nothing will happen until then. Also, throughout the day, the pranks become more and more frequent!
All of these can be removed simply by going to Tools > Add-ons and uninstalling them.
. Without whom this would not have happened.
These add-ons started out as Greasemonkey scripts and were converted to add-ons with this script compiler
All code linked to, and mentioned in this Instructable is licensed under the GPL.UPDATE (3/31/2010)
: I made these scripts a while ago and haven't tested them since then. Since youtube removed the rickroll video it does not work any more. You are more than welcome to substitute a new video in that script or change any of these for that matter.