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XPI - firefox - Install Firebug Extension Manually - Stack Overflow (I used this solution to install manually ThumbnaiZoom)

To install Firebug manually : There are two ways to run extensions manually: 1. Extract the XPI : Download the XPI file that contains the extension Locate the 'extensions' folder within your profile (e.g. via Firefox menu > Help > Troubleshooting Information > Show Folder) Create a new folder within the 'extensions' folder and call it like the add-on's id (for Firebug this is firebug@software.joehewitt.com) Extract the XPI into that folder 2. Get the sources from the git repository: A detailed description for how to do that can be found on the development setup description on the Firebug wiki. It's similar to the description above with the addition that you'll be able to always get the latest sources. Two notes: - The folder name must be the same as the addon's ID (look in install.rdf of the addon) In your case it's not firebug-2.0b1 , but firebug@software.joehewitt.com - The directory where the addon should be placed is not where the Firefox itself is installed, but into your Firefox's profile. By default it's in %APPDATA%MozillaFirefoxProfilesXXXXXextensions (where XXXXX is name of your profile folder. More info about profiles you can find here)

September 2018

SECURITE - ONLINE TOOL - Vérifiez vos comptes corrompus avec Firefox Monitor

l est malheureusement presque devenu récurrent d'apprendre qu'un service Web - qu'il soit confidentiel ou incontournable - s'est fait pirater et dérober une bonne partie de ses bases de données. Pour savoir s'il l'on fait partie des personnes dont les informations personnelles ont été dérobées, Mozilla vient de mettre en ligne un nouveau service de vérification appelé Firefox Monitor. Le fonctionnement de Firefox Monitor (lien en anglais) est très simple. Une fois sur le site, il suffit de rentrer son adresse électronique pour découvrir si celle-ci fait partie des données volées lors d'un piratage. Si c'est effectivement le cas, Firefox Monitor vous indiquera le service concerné, le nombre total de comptes compromis, la période du piratage mais surtout quelles données ont été dérobées (adresses mail, mots de passe, nom d'utilisateurs, etc).

PRIVACY - Tor Browser version 8 est sorti ! - Korben – Upgrade your mind

Ce navigateur qui re-route l’ensemble de votre navigation web à travers les oignons du « dark net » pour vous permettre de rester anonyme se voit agrémenté de quelques nouveautés. Premièrement, il est basé sur la dernière version de Firefox ESR 60 sortie en mai de cette année. ESR ça veut dire Extended Support Release… C’est un peu le même principe que pour les LTS pour Ubuntu.

TELECHARGER - how to download vimeo video in firefox - YouTube

how to download vimeo video in firefox : In adressbar icon > propriety > media etc > Save

ADDON - Outil de Recherche - Zotero Connector addon firefox at DuckDuckGo

Zotero is a powerful, easy-to-use research tool that helps you gather, organize, and analyze sources and then share the results of your research. Zotero est un outil de recherche puissant et facile à utiliser qui vous aide à rassembler, organiser et analyser des sources, puis à partager les résultats de vos recherches.

August 2018

FIR>57 - How to enable Firefox WebExtensions on Mozilla websites - gHacks Tech News

The hidden Firefox preference :privacy.resistFingerprinting.block_mozAddonManager removes the WebExtensions restriction. Here is how you set it: 1 - Load about:config in the Firefox web browser. You can run a search for privacy.resistFingerprinting.block_mozAddonManager just to make sure it does not exist. It does not in the most recent Firefox Nightly builds at the time of writing. 2 - Right-click in the part of the window that lists the preferences, and select New > Boolean from the context menu. 3 - Name the new Boolean value privacy.resistFingerprinting.block_mozAddonManager. Set its value to true. A value of true means that WebExtensions work normally on Mozilla's website. You can undo the change at any time by setting the preference to false on the about:config page of the browser. Mozilla added the new hidden preference to Firefox 57. It is not available in Firefox 56, and there is no option to introduce it in the browser. Firefox Stable users who run WebExtensions right now need to wait until the browser is updated to version 57 to set the preference and gain the functionality

FIR >62 - Mozilla makes it more difficult to block Firefox updates - gHacks Tech News

Closing Words: While it is generally not recommended to disable the installation of updates, it should be up to the user to make that decision in my opinion. Yes, it would be great if all users would run the latest version of Firefox but users have multiple reasons for not wanting to update. While it is more difficult to block update checking entirely in Firefox, an option to do so still exists even in Firefox 63 and future versions released after Firefox 63.

CSS - PRO TIPS - CSS element() function - [: -moz-element()]Vincent De Oliveira

element() brings CSS design to a new level, in an easily way. Few ideas that comes to my mind (some that I've already used since the last 4 years): - when you have to deal with duplicated content in advanced effects - live thumbnails of previous/next slides in a slideshow - live zoom over an image, for example in an e-commerce product page - animated background, using CSS Animations or by referencing a video, canvas or SVG - faking backdrop-filter or filter() - watermark with multiples backgrounds from Lea Verou idea - and anything you’re currently thinking of ;) Few things we can note: - prefixed for now in Firefox: -moz-element() - impact on rendering performance when using multiple reference. Not as bad as CSS filters, but still something you have to consider - there’s a CanIUse support page - Issue Chromium - Issue WebKit - No mention from IE Platform Status

July 2018

ADDON - MyBrowserAddon - Community for Open-source Projects ::

MyBrowserAddon is a community for open-source projects. It houses the documentation, tutorial, code related to open-source projects and is dedicated to developers who are interested in learning about and contributing to these projects. Here, you can explore different ways we serve the open-source community and also help us to make these open-source projects even more awesome! Open-source development promotes not only innovation but also accelerates progress in all aspects of software development. Currently we are focused on supporting non-commercial browser-based projects (addon, plug-in) within communities. But, in future we will branch-out to other areas including health and education!

June 2018

FIREFOX - ADDON - EXTENSION - TEST PILOT - Latest Firefox Test Pilot Experiments: Custom Color and Side View - The Mozilla Blog

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Before we bring new features to Firefox, we give them a test run to make sure they’re right for our users. To help determine which features we add and how exactly they should work, we created the Test Pilot program.

FIREFOX - ADDON - EXPERIMENt - TEST PILOT - Color is a new Firefox Test Pilot Experiment - gHacks Tech News

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You need to install the Test Pilot extension and the Firefox Color experiment to get started. You may do so in Firefox Stable or any other version of the browser that is supported by Mozilla. Color opens a special interface after installation which you interact with to create the theme and save or share it. The Firefox Color website displays several interactive elements on the page that depict browser UI elements.

April 2018

FIR - SECURITY + PRIVACY - Firefox Configuration Guide for Privacy Freaks and Performance Buffs | 12Bytes.org

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There is a huge selection of Firefox add-ons for tweaking privacy and security, some of the most popular of which are Adblock Plus and it’s many derivatives, NoScript, Flashblock, Ghostery, Web of Trust, BetterPrivacy, Lightbeam, Disconnect, Self-Destructing Cookies, Cookies Manager+, Request Policy, Policeman, Bluhell Firewall, RefControl, Smart Referer, HTTPS Everywhere and many, many others. With some possible exceptions, we won’t be using any of these, yet will retain much of the most important functionality offered by most of them with just a few add-ons, along with a plethora of changes to our Firefox configuration.

March 2018

FIR57> - Addon Deprecated : ALternative in WebExtension (WE) - firefox-webext-list - Google Sheets

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A giant table, I think it would be important to also include whether an old extension is no longer possible (deprecated), or someone just hasn't written an alternative yet, or whether there exists a planned API addition that would make it possible. Lots of alternatives are also missing a few features, and it would be good to know what's missing and why (impossible or just not yet implemented)The list is certainly not giant yet, but here's a start (based on responses from this post)/ https://www.reddit.com/r/firefox/comments/6i1fu2/webext_equivalents_to_legacy_addons/°

February 2018

CSP - ABOUT:CONFIG - How to Disable the “Firefox has blocked content that isn’t secure” Message - SharePoint MMMan

I do a lot of work with Firefox, as its developer tools outshine all the other browsers, hands down. But recently I’ve been getting a lot of sites appearing without CSS. As it turns out, there’s actually “mixed content” on the page, and the default security setting is to block that content. Normally I agree with security settings in general, but I know what I’m doing, and this is just a massive annoyance. There are ways around this though. 1) You can add the toggle mixed content add-on from here https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/firefox/addon/toggle-mixed-active-content/ 2) However, my preferred method is to disable the feature in the browser by doing the following. Enter about:config into the Firefox address bar (confirm the info message in case it shows up) & search for the preference named security.mixed_content.block_active_content. Double-click it and change its value to false. After this, you’ll be browsing without that annoying security blockage, and everything will feel back to normal.

FIR >57 - DEV - Firebug + FirePath alternative ? - Is there a CSS/XPATH checker, now that firefinder is gone? | Forum d’assistance Firefox | Assistance de Mozilla

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The Developer Edition is the replacement for Firebug https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/developer/Yes, I know you can right click and copy the css or xpath, but thats not what I am asking. I am asking about the functionality that was provided by firefinder add on. Does FF offer that somewhere now that firebug was removed and added to the developer version.

CSS - FirePath :: Reviews :: Add-ons for Firefox

An alternative or Update ? Rated 5 out of 5 stars by decembre on Feb. 21, 2018 · permalink When i write an Userstyle it is (was) the primary tool i use with Firebug. Now i search an alternative for this great tool: The devtool don't give us the possibility to search or test a specific CSS selector like Firepath do. And in an other hand the DevTool is less useful than Firebug (it don't give an easy way to identify in which userstyle a CSS rule is - with an human reading way)

January 2018

VIDEO - TUTO - Retour à VLC : Enregistrer une video en ligne ET la Convertir

A ce jour, il ne nous reste donc plus sur Windows que VLC comme player Multimedia Open Source. Contrairement aux autres, VLC permet assez simplement de lire et d’enregistrer des vidéos en ligne. Il permet aussi la conversion de vidéos ! Enregistrer une vidéo en ligne avec VLC J’ai pris un exemple d’enregistrement du film Amours et turbulences (2013) avec Nicolas Bedos et Ludivine Sagnier. Copiez tout d’abord l’url dans Youtube de la vidéo à enregistrer. Si vous utilisez un autre service, activez les outils développeur dans Firefox ou dans Chromium avec le raccourci Ctrl+Shift+I pour récupérer l’url de la vidéo.

December 2017

FIR 57 - ARIS - SCROLLBAR - GitHub - Aris-t2/Scrollbars: Custom Scrollbars

Custom Scrollbars for Firefox 57+ : Method 1 - files for Firefox profile folder only M1 is based on this project by nuchi: https://github.com/nuchi/firefox-quantum-userchromejs M1 will stop working when Mozilla drops XBL support. From this projects method 1 : folder copy userChrome folder and userChrome.css file to PROFILENAME chrome or add code from userChrome.css file to an existing userChrome.css file. Method 2 - files for Firefox folder and to Firefox profile folder M2 is based on this project by ardiman: https://github.com/ardiman/userChrome.js From this projects method 2profile folder copy userChrome folder and userChrome.js file to PROFILENAME chrome . From this projects method 2firefox folder copy defaults folder and config.js file to Firefox main directory (where the Firefox executable is). Script/startup cache must be deleted after every change! Where to fine startupCache folder? about:profiles > Local Directory > Open Folder, close Firefox and delete all files in startupCache folder. Location on WINDOWS: C:Users NAME AppDataLocalMozillaFirefoxProfiles PROFILE startupCache Location on LINUX location: home NAME .cachemozillafirefox PROFILE startupCache This is not the same profile folder custom scripts and styles are stored! More info about startup cache removal (in German): https://github.com/ardiman/userChrome.js/wiki/Skriptcache More info about startup cache removal (in English )

FIR 57 (UserCSS + about:config) - Custom CSS tweaks for Firefox 57+ - GitHub - Aris-t2/CustomCSSforFx:

'about:config' tweaks (To revert changes right-click entry and select 'reset'): - Tab audio icon browser.tabs.showAudioPlayingIcon - Insert related tab after current tab (suggestion: enable / set to 'true') browser.tabs.insertRelatedAfterCurrent - Titlebar browser.tabs.drawInTitlebar - Searchbar: open search results in new tab browser.search.openintab - Reader mode reader.parse-on-load.enabled - Geolocation (suggestion: disable / set to 'false') geo.enabled - Pocket (suggestion: disable / set to 'false') extensions.pocket.enabled - Anti fingerprinting (Caution: browser might behave in unforseen ways!) privacy.resistFingerprinting read: Fingerprinting info at Mozilla Wiki tweaks ***** Suggested ui tweaks ***** - Toolbar modes (suggestion: compact mode) Customize mode > Density > Compact / Normal / Touch - Titlebar modes (suggestion: Firefox titlebar ['application/hamburger button in titlebar' only works in Firefox titlebar]) Customize mode > Title Bar > uncheck checkbox Drag space above tabs toolbar (suggestion: disable drag space ['application/hamburger button in titlebar' works best without drag space]) Customize mode > Drag Space > uncheck checkbox Bookmarks menu button on bookmarks toolbar Customize mode > Toolbars > Bookmarks Toolbar Customize mode > move 'bookmarks menu' button to bookmark toolbars end Downloads button always visible Customize mode > downloads button > click on button and uncheck 'Auto-hide' Searchbar (suggestion: placed after location bar) Customize mode > Search(bar) > move to navigation toolbar Flexible spaces (suggestion: remove spaces after and before location bar) Customize mode > grab and drag flexible space into palette

FIT - TIP - MEMORY USAGE - Firefox qui rame et pas envie de le relancer ? Essayez cette astuce. - Korben

J'avais mon Firefox qui pédalait un peu dans la semoule après une grosse journée de boulot. Surement la faute à une page web trop violente ou à un plugin trop gourmand. Pas envie de le relancer et difficile d'en savoir plus... Alors en cherchant des indications sur la consommation mémoire interne de Firefox, j'ai eu l'idée d'entrer dans la barre d'url (Oui sans chercher sur un moteur de recherche. Trop fort le gars.) : about:memory Et là je suis tombé sur un bouton magique : Minimize Memory Usage. J'ai cliqué dessus et paf, plus aucun problème de ramouillage. Si j'avais su avant... Peut être que vous connaissiez déjà, peut-être pas, mais peu importe, je partage l'astuce.

Laboratory, a Firefox extension to generate CSP headers - YouTube

Laboratory, a Firefox extension to generate CSP headersLaboratory is an experimental Firefox extension that helps you generate a proper Content Security Policy (CSP) header for your website. Simply start recording, browse your site, and enjoy the CSP header that it produces.

FIR- DEV - Firefox DevTools (@FirefoxDevTools) | Twitter

The official Firefox DevTools account. Follow us here to see the very latest experiments, milestones and help us build the best Firefox.