# @ 10:55 AM  2 comments Friday, July 29, 2005 view from google
 

FireFox 1.0 is out

I know it's not 1.0 but 1.0000000.006 being released atm. (big update? where I see nothing?)



Anyway, some of your extensions may not work in this version, this is mostly thanks to the version number in the extensions package.


Like when a warranty expires and the machine breaks the same day.


How 2 repackage em? (how to chage the version number)



FireFox 1.0 is out: "It's easy to repackage them. Just open the .xpi file in WinZip, find the install.rdf file and open it in a decent text editor, change the maxVersion to 1.0 or greater, hit the save button in your text editor, close it, confirm to have the changes added to the .xpi archive, close WinZip, then drag the .xpi file onto an active browser window. Works like a charm and can be done in seconds. I just repackaged about thirty extensions this afternoon in a little bit of no time.

You'll need to download and save the .xpi's to your hard disk in order to repackage the extension, of course. Once you've repackaged them, you can probably just reinstall them to your existing profile and they'll work. "

# @ 7:29 AM  1 comments
 

Mozilla Update :: Extensions -- More Info:See Spot Run Toolbar - All Releases

Mozilla Update :: Extensions -- More Info:See Spot Run Toolbar - All Releases: "See Spot Run Companion Toolbar. This toolbar allows you to download almost all of the Firefox extensions/themes."



If you want to go nuts this is the ultimate medium.

# @ 7:09 AM  0 comments
 

Giorgio GA

Giorgio GAAnchorun is a lazy way to traverse the web: while you are browsing a page, click on the anchorun icon on the toolbar, and enjoy surfing without clicking.

I don't get it?

# @ 7:05 AM  0 comments
 

Mozilla Update :: Extensions -- More Info:Anchorun - All Releases

Mozilla Update :: Extensions -- More Info:Anchorun - All Releases: "Quick Description

Anchorun is a lazy way to traverse the web. While you are browsing a page, click on the anchorun icon on the toolbar, and look the browser surfing by itself - loading a random link from the current page, and then another from the next page and then... oh, great! A site I've never seen!"




Jawz!! This extension ownzz, it's so efficient but does nothing at the same time. I'm in love!

# @ 6:48 AM  0 comments
 

Keyboard Navigation Shortcuts - Mozilla Firefox

Keyboard Navigation Shortcuts - Mozilla Firefox: "You can use many of the same Internet Explorer keyboard navigation shortcuts in Mozilla Firefox when switching between webpages:


Back: ALT+LEFT-ARROW

Forward: ALT+RIGHT-ARROW

Home: ALT+HOME "

# @ 6:39 AM  0 comments
 

schestowitz.com : Mozilla Firefox Keyboard Navigation

schestowitz.com : Mozilla Firefox Keyboard Navigation: "On my way to work today I decided it would be nice if switching between tabs in Firefox was possible using ALT tab_number. Guess what? This was already thought of. CTRL tab_number (for example, CTRL 1) will set focus on the tab that you requested. Use it. I strongly recommend that. – Roy"

# @ 4:39 AM  0 comments
 

IosArt.com - Mozilla Related Work

IosArt.com - Mozilla Related Work: "Mozilla Related Work"

# @ 1:34 AM  0 comments
 

Yahoo! 360° - My Blog - 'Techie' Jim's Blog - Tech Blog 360 - July 28, 2005 - 10:42pm EST

Yahoo! 360° - My Blog - 'Techie' Jim's Blog - Tech Blog 360 - July 28, 2005 - 10:42pm EST: Outlook vs. Thunderbird
I am sure you all have, at one point used, been abused by, and ultimately quite using Outlook. Although its newest version (2003) does comply better with interoperabity (namely with other Office software such as Word), it still lacks many features and focuses too solely on the business world. Guess what, Microsoft... everyday, average users need....

# @ 1:33 AM  0 comments
 

Yahoo! 360° - My Blog - 'Techie' Jim's Blog - Tech Blog 360 - July 28, 2005 - 10:42pm EST

Yahoo! 360° - My Blog - 'Techie' Jim's Blog - Tech Blog 360 - July 28, 2005 - 10:42pm EST: IE7 vs. FireFox
Internet Explorer has long been the most used browser, but as the internet continues to evolve and grow (like the cost of living), Internet Explorer seems to be sitting on a rock doing nothing but widdling (like the national minimum wage). So far, FireFox (even Safari, Netscape, and Opera) have easily kept up with updating standards and, in some cases, passed it up. With that mountain of money Microsoft sits upon at Redmond, you would think they could....

# @ 1:32 AM  63 comments
 

Yahoo! 360� - My Blog - 'Techie' Jim's Blog - Tech Blog 360 - July 28, 2005 - 10:42pm EST

Yahoo! 360� - My Blog - 'Techie' Jim's Blog - Tech Blog 360 - July 28, 2005 - 10:42pm EST: "Windows Vista, WPF, WCF, IE7 - Update
Windows Codename 'Longhorn', as you probably already know has officially named their next OS version 'Windows Vista'. Of course this has already outraged many in forums as well as gotten Microsoft sued [link] due to the current over-use of the name 'Vista'. Many think that they should have.......

# @ 1:42 AM  0 comments Sunday, July 24, 2005 view from google
 

phil ringnalda dot com: Updated right-click BlogThis for Firefox (and Mozilla)

phil ringnalda dot com: Updated right-click BlogThis for Firefox (and Mozilla): "Re: More ideas...

Could you make us a blogthis extension for the yahoo360 blogs?

http://blog.360.yahoo.com/Factuurexpress?p=171

There already is a bookmarlet (in case that helps)

http://blog.360.yahoo.com/blog-whFQC_Q0aagBWaBYbOHpMIhX3F85?p=748

# @ 10:34 AM  0 comments Friday, July 22, 2005 view from google
 

Top 15 Firefox Extensions by PC Magazine

Top 15 Firefox Extensions by PC Magazine: "About site 0.1.1 provides a great deal of site information through tabbed windows. Accessed by right-clicking anywhere on a page, this extension shows Alexa traffic information, Google Linked or Google Related information, performs a Whois query, searches Technorati for references, or searches the Internet Archive Wayback Machine for stored copies of pages. This extension is extremely helpful for those who want to learn more about a site or conduct a search based on the information contained on a site"

# @ 12:12 PM  0 comments Friday, July 15, 2005 view from google
 

your looking at Stage 4 of the trip

This is my googlebrowser blog. I list some browser related news here but it's mainly the entrance of my googlefox blog were I list the extensions I use. Good tools are a must have!
Moving on to the Photography >>

# @ 10:23 PM  0 comments Wednesday, July 13, 2005 view from google
 

Mozilla Update :: Extensions -- More Info:SmartSearch - All Releases

This comment made me scream DUHHH for a bit, and stamp on the floor. How did I forget about it I now wonder .....




Mozilla Update :: Extensions -- More Info:SmartSearch - All Releases: "No quicksearches?

by Chris Povirk, July 06, 2005 9:15pm

Matt, The only people I've heard from who see a blank menu are those with no quicksearches installed. Go to a site like Google, right-click in the text field, choose 'Add a Keyword for this Search,' fill in the dialog box, and try SmartSearch again. If you have any problems, please contact me (beigetangerine (AT) gmail (DOT) com) so that I can try to figure out what might be wrong. (One possibility is that you're using Sync2It's BookmarkSync, which eats quicksearches. See the Bugs section of http://www.pitt.edu/~crp11/firefox/smartsearch/ for details.)"

# @ 3:43 AM  3 comments Saturday, July 02, 2005 view from google
 

Google Earth - Temporarily Closed

Google Earth - Temporarily Closed: "Google Earth downloads temporarily delayed

Thanks for your interest in Google Earth, but we're sorry we can't offer you a download right now. As you know, Google Earth is in beta, and we're still building out our ability to take on new users. We're making good progress, and expect to be able to accept new downloads shortly, so we recommend you check back daily at earth.google.com. We hope to be able to welcome you and other new planet surfers soon.

We appreciate your patience,

The Google Earth Team"

# @ 10:21 PM  1 comments Friday, July 01, 2005 view from google
 

Justin Pfister: Google Instant Messenger 2005

Justin Pfister: Google Instant Messenger 2005: "I can't wait to start using Google Instant Messenger (GIM) coming out beta on April 1st, 2005. You can bet i'll be chatting on it, so ask me for me GIM username when it happens. Between Gmail, GIM, Hello by Picasa and Blogger, communicating online is continually getting more amazing thanks to Google. I'm excited."

# @ 7:50 PM  0 comments
 

phil ringnalda dot com: Updated right-click BlogThis for Firefox (and Mozilla)

phil ringnalda dot com: Updated right-click BlogThis for Firefox (and Mozilla): "idea

I would like to right click a xml icon and have the link show up in the blog this window. Imagine the feeds we could discover on an archive page of the blog!

Would be really cool if you would use a span styled with orange background borders and some spacing to draw the XML icon. That would save us the complex hosting of the image. LOL

Anyway, this tool already rocks banana's. Thank you for making it. It's been the best bookmark sharing application for a long time in my opinion. :)"

text-decoration:none;border-style: solid;border-color: rgb(255, 255, 204) rgb(0, 0, 0) rgb(153, 10, 0) rgb(255, 255, 204);border-width: 1px 2px 1px; 2px; background-color: rgb(255, 153, 0);font-weight: bold; color: rgb(255, 255, 204);padding: 0px 4px 0px 4px;

569 bytes and no need for an image file.

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Thanks for the collection! I'm glad *someone* had the initiative to enummerate the Google-related extensions and provide such a good synopsis...

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I can't believe they snubbed the WebDeveloper extension, which is #1 in my opinion! Man, I used to respect that magazine.
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