'firefox' Tag

  • Sep
    12
    2013

    Clear Fields 4.1.0 with support for the new findbar in Firefox 25+

    So, it was pointed out to me that Firefox 25+ has a new, re-designed findbar that breaks my Clear Fields extension – naturally (thanks Luís). I guess I should be happy though, since this is the first incompatibility since Firefox 4 Support for this new findbar was a bit tricky, but in the end it works again. […]

  • Apr
    11
    2011

    myphone.gr firefox extension

    Greek post ahead: Ναι, είναι γεγονός, αξιώθηκα και ενημέρωσα το firefox extension που είχα φτιάξει πριν πολλά χρόνια για το myphone.gr! Η νέα έκδοση έχει εγκριθεί από τη mozilla και είναι διαθέσιμη στο official add-ons site (click)! Εάν για κάποιο λόγο θέλετε να κατεβάσετε το extension από το site μου, πατήστε εδώ. Ελπίζω να σας […]

  • Apr
    11
    2011

    Clear Fields 4.0.2 with support for Firefox 4.0 ready

    UPDATE: there was a bug in 4.0.0 (of course) because I changed some function names just before releasing it. Nothing too serious, you just couldn’t disable the in-field clear buttons :p Thankfully I found it before it got approved in addons.mozilla.org, but if you downloaded the extension from this blog, you may want to download […]

  • Dec
    05
    2009

    how-to: migrating your passwords from firefox to uzbl’s formfiller

    update 2009-11-07: fixed bug in script uzbl has a simple but nice formfiller script that automatically fills forms for you. if you’ve been using firefox’s password manager, you probably have a large list of user details you’d probably like to use in uzbl too. migrating the data is actually simpler than you think. first, install […]

  • Jun
    30
    2009

    firefox 3.5, clear fields extension :)

    I just updated my Clear Fields extension to support Firefox 3.5. It should be available shortly. if you don’t feel like waiting, click the following link to download it then drag the downloaded file in your firefox window: clearfields 3.0.2 with support for firefox 3.5 A lot of updates are still pending for my extension… […]

  • May
    12
    2009

    speeding up firefox with tmpfs and automatic rsync

    Comzeradd posted a great article recently on how to speed up firefox by moving your ~/.mozilla folder on a tmpfs mount. As you probably know, firefox keeps track of everything you visit while you browse the web infinity, then allows you to quick-search that history just by typing in its awesome bar –err, address bar […]

 
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