sally_maria: (Foxkeh)
and it's okay if you do, I'll still love you. :-)

If you prefer your browser old-school:
Classic Theme Restorer
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/classicthemerestorer
For reverting (almost) everything

Or for one particular peeve

Tabs on Bottom
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/fdgueux-tabs-on-bottom
If you want your tabs attached to the webpage, not above the other tool bars.

New Add-on Bar
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/new-add-on-bar
If you want your add-on icons back at the bottom of the window, rather than in the address bar.

Classic Bookmarks Button
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/classicbookmarksbutton
If you want the old-style single bookmark menu button

Firefox 4

Mar. 27th, 2011 09:31 pm
sally_maria: (Foxkeh)
For people who have upgraded to Firefox 4 or are deciding whether to do so, I've done a [community profile] shiny_things entry, with some hopefully useful links.

For new users of Firefox 4
sally_maria: Daniel Jackson looking sideways (Default)
I installed a couple of new extensions this morning, and it started me thinking about whether any of you can beat my current record of 26 active extensions. :-)

On the other hand, the last time I did this I had 28. It's interesting to see what I'm still using, what's been superseded by changes in Firefox and what was a passing fad. I'm still minimising the top of my browser (on my netbook I've got it down to one row of buttons), though I do have more navigation than I did.

My current list and my browser layout is under the cut )

I'd love to hear about the extensions you use and any suggestions you have. If you don't use Firefox (waving at [livejournal.com profile] nakeisha), I'd still be very interested to hear whether you use extensions, and how you get on with them.
sally_maria: (Foxkeh)
A while ago I was reading the Mozilla Links blog and found a link to the Foxkeh website. He's the mascot for Mozilla Japan and is incredibly cute (I believe the word is kawaii :-D).

I went looking for an icon to use on LJ and couldn't find any, so I thought I might try making my own. They've released the graphics under a Creative commons license that allows remixes as long as it's not for profit and gives credit, which I think is an excellent idea and deserves support.

Preview

Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket

More under here - including a couple of animated ones... )
sally_maria: (Repton)
Whenever I get a new computer I'm always surprised by just so much setting up it needs to work just like the old one. Usually I have four or five years to forget, but this time it has only been a year. On the other hand, this one is does have a different operating system.

How far have I got? )
sally_maria: (Repton)
A couple of weekends ago we were talking about Firefox extensions, and I said I'd post about the ones I use. What about you? What extensions do you use, if any, do you have a particular favourite to recommend or any other comment to make?

This is my list of extensions - I'll cut it for length.

Read more... )

Extensions

Aug. 20th, 2006 10:58 am
sally_maria: (Repton)
I know quite a number of you use Firefox, and having been inspired by a discussion on the firefoxusers comm I thought I'd ask.

How many extensions do you use?
Do you have a favourite - one you'd find particularly hard to live without?
Is there an extension that you think should be more widely known?
What's the most useless extension you've used/come across?

My list of extensions is here... )
sally_maria: Daniel Jackson looking sideways (Default)
Me going on about my new browser

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