If you just can’t wait till the Bon Echo version of Firefox is finalized, then I have found a good tutorial for you. The Web site explains how you can get your current list of extensions working with the new Bon Echo Alpha 1 release of Firefox. I don’t know if I would recommend this for the novice user. If you feel comfortable sticking your hand in Bon Echo’s guts though, feel free to try it out.
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When using Firefox, do you like for your navigation to flow from one option to the next? Some people get annoyed with the extension’s popup box to edit your options. Well, now you don’t need to worry about that box anymore. Options Menu lets you go with the flow.
I know this is the dark side of Firefox that we shouldn’t be speaking of, but it happens. Every so often Firefox crashes and sometimes it does it more than once. Don’t switch browsers just yet. The MozillaZine Knowledge Base has a nice selection of tips and trick to help you troubleshoot your crashing problems.
Want to try to install those extensions on the new Firefox 2.0 “Bon Echo” release? Chances are that out of the box, Bon Echo won’t work with them. If you really want to see what Firefox “Bon Echo” looks like with some of your favorite extensions, try out the Nightly Tester Tools. This extension adds a few extras useful to those that regularly test nightly builds of Firefox.
Are you one of those people who has thirty framed photos on your desk of your family and friends? Well, then you might get a kick out of duimShow. It is a photo slide show Firefox extension that brings viewing random photos right to your browser.
Need some extra security in your browsing experience? Take a look at this list and hopefully it will be the solution to your security sorrows. Firefox claims to the most secure browser out there, how does it stand up with these tools? Some of the included extensions are Add n’ Edit Cookies, Dr. Web Anti-Virus Link Checker, and FormFox.
There are a lot of different start pages out there to choose from. My main problem with the start page solutions out there is I just don’t like most of them. So what is a picky guy to turn to? Well, with this new Firefox extension, I can set my bookmarks up as my start page.
The folks at Mozilla announced the winners of its Extend Firefox Contest. From all the choices I know that I see out there, this couldn’t have been an easy task. Mozilla launched this latest contest to encourage a new wave of extension development and showcase the skills of these extension writers.