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Is there a toolbar for Stack Overflow that can be added to a browser window?

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Browser toolbars are evil! – Joel Coehoorn Sep 27 '11 at 18:51

There are various GreaseMonkey scripts, including a bar to let you easily switch between sites.

I don't believe there are any "Google toolbar"-style toolbars.

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There is in fact a Stack Overflow toolbar for FireFox, Stack Overflow Add-on

It has fairly limited functionality at the moment, but it's pretty hard to do much without an API (unless you use GreaseMonkey as already pointed out, although still less than ideal).

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What kind of features are you thinking of for a toolbar? There have been a few META posts on greasemonkey scripts that tweak the UI a bit...

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There is a StackOverflow Toolbar. (personally I don't see the point.)

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The Powers That Be could get a free one from Conduit and then also make a few cents everytime someone installs it.

No adware, no spyware. I use it on one of my own sites and people are happy.

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