Geolocater: geolocate you where you want!
One of the major improvements Firefox 3.5 is support for W3C Geolocation API. This API allows web applications to request the browser geolocation which offers the possibility of geographically contextualize the content.
By default the geolocation is provided by a Google service. The results vary depending on the OS you are using and where you are. But especially since the geolocation becomes a navigation context why not be able to choose it easily? But Firefox is hackable, Geolocater is born.
Geolocater gives you the possibility to edit your default geolocation. You don't have to know the latitude and longitude, Geolocater give you the possibility to find a place or drag the geolocation over a map.
Geolocater gives you the possibility to define more than one geolocation and to jump from one geolocation from another easily.
With Geolocater, you can define a geolocation more accurate than that provided by the Google Service, or a place where you were or where you go.