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Some Firefox add-ons (e.g., Smart Bookmarks Bar) are not available as extensions for Chrome. Is there a way to install Firefox add-ons in Chrome or to install them in one of the Firefox-tab extensions?

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The Mozilla Gecko Tab extension lets you open a page with the Gecko rendering engine in Chrome. (Of course, you need to have a Mozilla browser installed for it to work.)

The same dev also made the IE Tab Multi extension with the same interface and options.

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the Gecko Tab is great but I'm looking for Firefox addons used from Chrome. Thank you anyway –  Nam G VU Feb 28 '12 at 14:11
    
Your best bet is to check Userscripts for something that simulates the add-on that you want. Most scripts there have versions for most browsers. –  Synetech Feb 28 '12 at 18:12
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Install speed-bit video downloader and then disable the add-on in the chrome extension menu. Then IDM will fetch videos in Google Chrome too.

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Is it free as an addon to download? I don't wanna pay. –  Nam G VU Aug 7 '11 at 9:21
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No. Because most of the pages look almost similar both in Chrome and Firefox.

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I've update my question to tell the reason why I'm looking for this addon. –  Nam G VU Jul 28 '10 at 19:39
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