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Livemarks for Firefox Cracked Version is an extension for Firefox that adds functionality that is lost in Firefox’s current RSS or Atom bookmarks.
It allows you to create RSS or Atom-powered feed folders that are auto-updated regularly and that behave like live bookmarks, allowing you to add entries without ever leaving the browser window.
The extension offers numerous options, such as a choice of how many times per day the feed folder is updated and if/when new bookmarks should be created.
The extension also allows you to import and export your feeds as OPML files for further importing into other RSS readers, as well as displaying the actual content of the feed.

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The live bookmarks feature is one of the best features of old versions of Firefox. Sadly, the feature was removed from the Firefox 60 and 64 builds. Fortunately, a Firefox extension called Livemarks fills the gap left by the removal of the feature. Read on to find out more.
Livemarks — the new live bookmarks
Livemarks for Firefox Serial Key is an extension for Firefox that allows you to add RSS or Atom feeds to Firefox’s bookmarks panel and then read the content of the feeds without ever leaving the browser window.
It does this by automatically adding new entries to RSS or Atom bookmarks that you create and then updating them regularly.
With the extension you can choose how frequently the feeds are updated, and if you want to be notified about new additions.
You can also create a feed bookmark folder in Firefox. This allows you to mark individual feeds as favourites.
You can also add a feed to your homepage as a live bookmark.
The feed is shown as a custom tab on your Firefox window. You can then add it to the bookmarks panel (bookmarks menu) and read the content of the feed.
Features set
Livemarks for Firefox aims to fill the gap left by the removal of the Firefox live bookmarks feature.
The extension does not provide all of the functionalities that you can find with Firefox’s built-in RSS/Atom reader.
You can’t add bookmarks, edit feeds or add existing bookmarks to the feed.
If you can live without this, you’ll still find other good feed readers for Firefox on the Internet, such as Feedly and Blink reader.
However, some of the Livemarks for Firefox features include

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  • Autocomplete: You can tell if a site supports autocomplete with the help of some javascript, so if the site works the way you want it to, you should see an error message when pressing the Tab key.
  • Bookmark Folder: If a site provides a bookmarks folder that allows you to add your favorite feeds, you can use it as a feed bookmarks folder.
  • Import: If a site provides its feed in an OPML file, you can import it and use it as a feed.
  • Missing Feeds: If a site doesn’t provide any feed for a given URL, you can choose to add the url as a new feed.
  • Notice: If a site is blocked by default (in order to prevent your browsing history from being collected), it should be unblocked by default.
  • Preview: If you have an RSS feed that you want to add to your feedbookmarks folder, you can preview it in advance before actually adding it.
  • Unread Bookmarks: You can choose to add all the feeds that are marked as read as new livemarks.
    Version: 0.3.8
    Date: 2017-09-11
  • Autocomplete: Fixed auto-complete bug.
  • Notice: Fixed missing feeds bug.
  • Import: Fixed import bug.
  • Missing feeds: Fixed bug.
  • Preview: Fixed preview bug.
  • Unread Bookmarks: Fixed bug.
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A small yet very handy Firefox extension called Stream Checker is available to check whether a given website hosts streams in Flash, Silverlight or HTML5.
Though this is not quite as simple as it might sound, Stream Checker aims to be a quick and easy tool to use in order to streamcheck a site as you browse the web.
The extension is available in two different versions: Stream Checker Pro for Firefox, that checks the entire website for streams and Stream Checker Express for testing the ability of a given website to stream a video or audio file.
Each version is available for both desktop and mobile versions of Firefox.
Once installed, the extension will also add an option in the context menu that displays the video/audio streams available on a page.
The menu also displays the media type of each stream, as well as the URL of the page on which they appear.
The extension can be manually enabled/

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What’s New in the Livemarks For Firefox?

Livemarks is a Firefox extension which is known for giving us the old Live Bookmarks features, however, more specifically, the old "Firefox RSS", also known as dynamic bookmarks. It is an extension that allows users to save sites in one of the following: Favorites or Bookmarks folders, which are then updated every so often.
Why? Because we have all had the experience of going to a page and being interested in one of its content, only to discover hours later that it has disappeared! That's right, you have to reload the page in order to view the content! When using a RSS reader for instance, you have the advantage of being able to "open" all the feed articles and then close the browser, or even bookmark them if you so wish.
This is one of the reasons why Firefox users still hold a certain degree of fondness for the dynamic bookmarks feature. However, from Firefox version 64, they have been removed, but they can be easily replaced by Livemarks.
Design and Compatibility
Livemarks is made with the assumption that most Firefox users are not tech-savvy, and therefore easy to use. Therefore, its design is very basic and very simple to follow.
Its interface follows the Dark theming scheme used on the Firefox browser. It contains a Favorites section, and an RSS feed section. You can also add feeds by hand.
When you first start the extension, you will be asked to specify which folder to use.
In the end, you will be asked to create a shortcut for the folder.
On the extension page you can add feeds, the default folder and shortcuts.
Security and Stability
The extension is safe, and will not harm your computer in any way. It should not be confused with the Live bookmarks feature, which actually is enabled on most websites.
The extension relies on the extension framework, which is highly stable. Therefore, there is no worry about its stability.
To keep the bookmarks system as clean as possible, the extension does not automatically add feeds, nor does it rely on cookies. Therefore, you can be sure that no additional data is being added to your browser.
Overall, Livemarks is an easy to use extension that can easily replace the old Live bookmarks feature. It provides us with an auto-updating RSS bookmark folder that also offers a feed preview.
Indeed, we miss the ability to add feeds and have them automatically synced on the other devices, however, for the time being, this does not seem to be something that will be fixed.
Livemarks for Firefox is currently available in the Firefox Add-ons Store.
Livemarks is free, and only requires a single Firefox extension.
License: Free to use
Key features:
— Automatic RSS feed folder.
— Bookmark folder that is auto-up

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OS: Windows XP or greater (Any 32 or 64 bit edition)
Windows XP or greater (Any 32 or 64 bit edition) Processor: 2.0 GHz or greater, CPU 1.8 GHz or greater
2.0 GHz or greater, CPU 1.8 GHz or greater RAM: 1 GB or greater
1 GB or greater Hard Drive: 725 MB free space
725 MB free space Video: DirectX 9 compatible video card
DirectX 9 compatible video card DirectX: Version 9.0c
Version 9.0c Mouse: Optical

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