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August 2005

Andrei Zmievski: Pasting Wrapped URLs

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Here's another Mozilla/Firefox tip: if you copy a URL wrapped over multiple lines from somewhere and try to paste it into the address bar, you will end up only with the first line of it. To fix it, go to about:config and change editor.singleLine.pasteNewlines setting to 3 or add: user_pref("editor.singleLine.pasteNewlines", 3); to your user.js file. Now all the line breaks will be removed upon pasting.

Scrapbook Ver.0.16.0 Final Released for Mozilla Firefox

ScrapBook is a Firefox extension, which helps you to save Web pages and easily manage collections. Key features are lightness, speed, accuracy and multi-language support.

MOOX :: Welcome to my Werxshop...

by 2 others
I develop and build optimized versions of certain Mozilla applications, specifically the Mozilla Firefox browser, the Mozilla Thunderbird email client, and the Mozilla Suite. My builds are designed for the Windows OS platform(s) and provide enhanced security, stability, and speed. For example, with the Firefox browser, I have found a noticable increase in browsing speed when compared to the official Firefox builds, as evidenced by this analysis. The builds I release are "Community Edition" builds and thus are not officially supported by the Mozilla Foundation. Please read this disclaimer for a full explaination.

July 2005

All-In-One Sidebar :: Sidebar Extension for Mozilla Firefox

by 6 others (via)
All-In-One Sidebar is a highly configurable Opera-like sidebar. Click on the left edge of your browser window to open the sidebar and get easily access to all your sidebars.

Avant Browser 10.1 Beta 16

Try Avant Browser, an upgrade to Internet Explorer. Avant Browser is a fast, stable, user-friendly, versatile multi-window browser. Now, Avant Browser is available in 41 languages. Avant Browser is freeware. That's right. 100% Free! No cost to you ever. No limitations. No Adware. No Spyware. You can donate if you want, but it's certainly not required.

Aardvark Firefox Extension

by 20 others (via)
Once you have installed Aardvark as an extension (as opposed to running the demo), start it by right-clicking on the page and choosing "Start Aardvark" from the menu. The extension will run until you leave, refresh, or stop it by pressing “Q” for quit.


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How often have you carefully selected some text from a Web page and copied it to an email message? Snippy makes this a snap! Simply click on the little Snippy icon in the taskbar notification area, and mark out the region of the screen that you want to copy — that's it, you're done! The cut-out image will now be in your clipboard, and you can paste it in another application. If you are cutting out a portion of an Internet Explorer window, the URL will also be copied to the clipboard; this makes it very convenient to select something interesting on a Web site and send it out in an email message.


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Trixie is to Internet Explorer as Greasemonkey is to Firefox. It lets you remix the Web via scripts. You may do this to either make it more readable, fix bugs or to even add little features to make the site more usable to you. Trixie by itself does none of this. It is just a plugin for Internet Explorer that enables executing chunks of JavaScript code and thus lets you use the Web the way you want to use it.

Screenshot Captor - Mouser - Software -

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Screenshot Captor is a program for taking screenshots on your computer. It's different from other screenshot utilis in several notable ways: * Optimized for taking lots of screenshots with minimal intervention. * Smart autonaming of files, and ability to embed textual comments in files. * Good multi-monitor support. * Highly configurable to make it work the way you want it to; stays out of your way in the system tray. * Lots of capture modes: Mutlimon, Desktop, Active Window, Region, Windows Object. Each mode has a hotkey for quick access. * Unique Cool Effects, including automatic active window enhancement (see pictures below). * Unsurpassed support for 3rd party user configurable tools, including file browsers and image editors; extend the program to do whatever you need by interfacing it with other programs. * Slimline sidebar file browser provides full shell operations. * Optional automatic image file versioning.

June 2005

Internet Explorer 7 Screenshots has some screenshots of the upcoming Internet Explorer 7 from Microsoft.

April 2005

The Extensions Mirror -

by 24 others
Great resource for Firefox Extensions.

February 2005

101 things you can do in Mozilla

by 7 others
101 things mozilla can do that IE cannot

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September 2004

Portable Firefox 0.9.3 & 1.0PR (USB Drive-Friendly)

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Firefox supports running from removable drives with minimal reconfiguration. To make life even easier, I've repackaged Firefox as a complete, removable drive-friendly browser. This grew out of a mozillaZine forum topic back in June of 2004. Any comments o

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