Gabbly is a very cool chat service. What is so cool about it? It allows you to instantly connect with any number of people viewing a single Web site. Any service like this must have a Firefox extension that is equally as great, right?
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Finally the extension we have all been waiting for! Now we can have MC Hammer functionality built right into our favorite browser.
Adds ‘STOP! Hammer Time..’ functionality to FireFox – Simply go to “view -> toolbars -> customise” and swap your stop button for the hammertime button!
Remember learning how to convert one form of measurement to another in school? I never really liked those few weeks in class, and now I feel vindicated that I didn’t learn a thing. You know why? Well, I have found a Firefox extension that will do all the hard work for me.
Want to see what you are digging before you digg it?
DiggThumbs, a Firefox plugin, adds website screenshot thumbnails to each and every digg listing. Know what you are clicking on before you click it. Screenshots dynamically generated by WebShotsPro.com
Yes, even I have a profile on MySpace! The question is who doesn’t these days? If you want to be able to have a little more usability built into Firefox while browsing the MySpace Web site, this is the extension made for you.
ToolbarMS is a Firefox toolbar created to provide a quick navigation menuing system for the MySpace website. It not only provides quick links to the most popular features of MySpace but also has a dynamic menuing system that can expand and adapt as MySpace changes.
The ability to send something quickly to a friend of family member is something a lot of us need to have. In the time that it takes to open up or E-mail client, load the information in and send it, we might forget what got us so excited in the first place. That is where the E-mail This Firefox extension comes into play.
In an article I mostly skimmed over because it was mostly filled with Microsoft pats on the back, I did run across an intresting nugget of information.
Bill Gates is one of the people with Firefox on his computer, so I asked him for his opinion.
“I played around with it a bit, but it’s just another browser, and IE [Microsoft’s Internet Explorer] is better,” Mr Gates told me, and challenged my assertion that Firefox’s ‘market share’ is growing rapidly.
“So much software gets downloaded all the time, but do people actually use it?” he argued.
Yes, Mr. Gates people do actually use it.
The folks over at CyberNet News have posted side by side comparisons of the even newer new theme that will be used for Firefox 2.0. The only problem I have is I can’t see the difference between the themes! Is Mozilla trying to pull a fast one on us?
One of the few pains in the rear with using the latest and greatest version of Firefox is that it take a little work to get everything working just right.
With every new release of Firefox–like yesterday’s release of Firefox 2 Beta 2–comes the question, “How do I make my old extensions work with the new version?” Some extensions–which Mozilla is now calling Add-ons–made for older versions of Firefox really don’t work with the newer features and can cause problems, but for the majority of add-ons, all that’s needed is basically the flip of a switch.
Need more? Well here are your resources to learn a little more about making your old extensions work with Firefox 2.0.
Say what bad things you want about them, I have to thank webmonkey.com for teaching me many different things when I first came Online. I still remember their tables tutorial, with the plate of food as an example, like it was written yesterday. Well this time the team is back at it again, but this time they are showing you how to create your own Firefox extension.
Today let’s take a look at how one goes about creating these magical extensions. The active ingredient is XUL, a markup language (the eXtensible [or “XML-Based”] User-interface Language, to be precise) that describes things like toolbars, menus, keyboard shortcuts.