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Using Firefox 6 and need to view page source in a tab? The Source Viewer Tab extension on the Mozilla Addons page does not work for Firefox 6 currently, but you can download and install the latest version of the addon from github, and that version does work: https://github.com/downloads/piroor/viewsourceintab/viewsourceintab.xpi
KeyConfig for Firefox lets you rebind your keys and shortcut keys. If you’re wondering where keyconfig for Firefox went, you can stop looking. I searched for a while and then realized that, to the best of my knowledge, it’s not in the Mozilla Extensions directory / repo. Here’s the keyconfig for Firefox that I’m used to: I’m using Keyconfig on Firefox 3, Firefox 4, and Firefox 5 and it seems to be working fine. You can Install Keyconfig for Firefox by clicking on the .xpi file. Documentation is available here Release notes are available here About Keyconfig keyconfig allows you to change keyboard shortcuts. Firefox, Thunderbird, SeaMonkey, and any other XULRunner Application keyconfig adds the ability to create new or modify existing shortcuts defined by aelement, but only changing those which itself call a function (those with a command or oncommand attribute) has an effect (all others fulfill only cosmetic purposes it seems and are grayed out). The configuration screen can be accessed via Tools > Keyconfig (in most Applications), the Add-ons Manager, or Ctrl+Shift+F12 (Command+Shift+F12 on MacOS) from the main window. Currently there is only one list of modified keys per application, so changing a shortcut in one window will also affect other windows if they use the same key name. In the Mozilla Addons Search, you Martin Petricek, but that addon looks like it still needs some work as the comments say it’s buggy, and it apparently does not work for Fire Fox 5.
The URL for a Google’s “I’m Feeling Lucky” search is: http://www.google.com/search?i&q=%s You can replace the %s with your query. This is especially helpful when creating a keyword search in a browser. As a related note, you can do an automatic image search with this: http://www.google.com/images?&q=
If you’re looking for the greasemonkey directory for firefox on mac os x, look no further. The installed user scripts can be found here: /Users/user/Library/Application Support/Firefox/ Profiles/(your-profile-name).default/gm_scripts
The most common fire fox useragent (for mac and windows) are: * Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.1; en-US; rv:1.9.2b5) Gecko/20091204 Firefox/3.6b5 * Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; Intel Mac OS X 10.6; en-US; rv:1.9.2) Gecko/20091218 Firefox 3.6b5 Change this setting by modifying general.useragent.override in about:config
This works for Firefox 3.6 and newer. For older versions, see the Mozilla Help Page. At the top of the Firefox window, click on the Help menu and select Troubleshooting Information…. The Troubleshooting Information tab will open. Under the Application Basics section, click on Open Containing Folder. A window with your profile files will open.
I really like the google image relinker script for greasemonkey, but sometimes when there’s a hotlink protection or something else funky, you just want the original google images link. i updated this greasemonkey image re-linker script so that it relinks the images, but also provides links to open the original link (both in a new tab, and in a new window) Download the script: google_image_relinker_v2_00.user.js.txt (rename to just .js) google_image_relinker_v2_00.user.js (right click and save as) Greasemonkey scripts can be used with chrome or firefox
I love the Open PTTL firefox extension, but recently upgraded to Firefox 3.5. One of the add-ons which broke was the “Plain Text to Link” addon. I took a look at the Mozilla Addons page and this is the author’s only extension. And it hasn’t been updated since July 2008. I took a quick look at the code and it seemed pretty simple – and it looks like everything will work fine with Firefox 3, so I’ve edited the install requirements to allow installing on up to Firefox 3.5.* The old extension file was named plain_text_to_link-1.5.20080618-fx.xpi I’ve called the new one plain_text_to_link-1.6.20100125-fx.xpi You probably need to download it to your computer and then drag the xpi file on top of firefox to install :)
What you need is the KeyConfig add on. Read about KeyConfig and how to configure your keyboard shortcuts Download / Install KeyConfig here (there is no landing page, just a link to install directly – sorry! This addon is not listed on the Firefox extensions page!)