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Download Manager tweak for Firefox browser

Download manager tweak is an extension to Firefox which changes Firefox default download manager’s appearance for better usability and allows it to be opened in a separate window, a new tab, or the sidebar.

Besides the appearance change, it also includes buttons for deleting a downloaded file and re-downloading a mistakenly deleted file.

Features of Download Manager Tweak include:

  1. The download manager can be opened in a separate window, the sidebar, or a tab
  2. An optional toolbar contains convenient buttons for several of the built in right click menu options.
  3. An optional info-bar displays additional information about the currently selected download.
  4. Downloaded files can be deleted from within the download manager.
  5. Several optional appearance changes to the list of download.
  6. New Firefox 3.0 features, like selecting multiple downloads, are supported.

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