Will copy this over here otherwise will never find it later when I need it:
Originally Posted by butty
If you use FF there is an addon called foxclocks which adds an icon which displays pretty much any timezone you are interested in.
(autoupdates (if you set it up that way) to take care of the various changes)
Maybe bump this thread as well see if anyone's found any more useful tools for gambling with in Firefox...
What I wouldn't mind is a tool for working out the 2way dutching breakeven point for decimal odds - so you can select the odds of the price of the selection you want to lay off and in the status bar it will tell you the minimum odds required to lay the bet off for no loss on the other side (ie if you highlighted '1.91' it would calculate '1/(1-1/1.91)' and display the result (2.1) in the status bar). Should sort that out should be easy enough to do.
I for one am pretty bad when it comes to maintaining the running of my computer. It usually gets to the state where it's deteriorated to such a point where I just find it easier to format my hard drive and re-install my operating system.
So I use a program called MozBackup (MozBackup - Backup tool for Firefox and Thunderbird), which lets you backup your exact current version of FireFox so you can restore it the way it was at any time. It backs up your bookmarks, privacy settings, all of your plugins (eg. flash, and all the useful plugins already mentioned in this thread), toolbars, layout, etc. You can select what things you want it to backup and what not to.
firefox here too, used to use IE until I read an internet security article and found out how full of holes it is. Only issue I've heard of is FF sometimes places bets in BF twice if you refresh the page
I try to keep firefox for bookies (and safari for normal web surfing), and then I can keep firefox cookie-free for bookie sign-ups. However sometimes their websites don't like it (had problems signing into 12bet with it, and betfred doesn't let you bet with it), so I have to hop back to safari.