Morning Coffee (Firefox add-on)
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1.38 / May 18, 2014
Morning Coffee is a Mozilla Firefox add-on. Morning Coffee was produced by Firefox user Shane Liesegang, best known as "SJML". The current version of Morning Coffee is 1.38; it was last updated on May 18, 2014, and it was originally released in 2005.
Morning Coffee is used to open websites within the Firefox browser. It allows a user to select various site(s) to open in Firefox's other tabs(s). These sites may be opened by day, and you can simply open the same site(s) each day.[unreliable source?] Websites can be opened in a random order, and they can also be opened instead of the browser's home page (this is currently a beta feature). An effect similar to that of Morning Coffee can also be recreated with Firefox's bookmarking system, albeit with more difficulty.
Although Firefox is known as the only source that supports Morning Coffee, a new extension has been released for Chrome which has similar features and a modern UI set for users who are loyal to Chrome but require an extension with the same functionality as Morning Coffee. It is available here: Chrome Web Store | Loadr
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- Pash, Adam (7 Nov 2007). "Kick off Your Daily Browsing With Morning Coffee". Lifehacker. Retrieved 2009-04-12.
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