I figured today I would post some of the most wanted Firefox Facts that I have gotten and have not been able to answer. This way at least, we can get the ideas out there so that if there is a solution – we can find an answer. On the other hand, if there isn’t […]
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Now Email This has been one of my favorite extensions for some time now. For those of you who might not know, it allows you to quickly send your recipient the link, title, & highlighted text of the page you are viewing using GMail, Yahoo, and Stand-Alone Mail Clients like Outlook Express, Thunderbird, and more. […]
It might be a ‘bit of a work around, but there is a way you can get a secure login for Google’s Calendar application. If you use Google Calendar, I would suggest you give this a shot for more security. In fact, even if you change your Google Calendar bookmark URL to https, you’ll often […]
Here is a neat Greasemonkey script that I ran across the other day. The Digital Inspiration blog shows how to construct a URL that will play any MP3 file with Google’s player, which is nice, but it seems like a lot of work. So I’ve modified the auto inline MP3 player greasemonkey script to embed […]
Here are some of the best user scripts that you can use with Greasemonkey. If you are new to using the Firefox Greasemonkey extension, this is a great place to get started looking for scripts to help you get more out of the World Wide Web we live in. New to Greasemonkey? Be sure to […]
Do you want to “take the power of Google” with you? Google’s Firefox toolbar now comes with a some neat new features. These features include: an enhanced search box, feed subscription management, set Gmail as your default E-mail client, and Google Safe Browsing. It has been a while since I ran the Google toolbar, but […]