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Mozilla Firefox Tips and Shortcuts

Discussion in 'All other topics' started by deezp1, Apr 22, 2005.

  1. geestar20

    geestar20 Active member

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    hey thanks alot, ill let you know how it works out for me.
     
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    well im runnin on opera now. so far seems pretty simple. thanks for the help, i do appreciate it.
     
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    lol, you could've just gone to opera.com.

    Here's the site just in case you want to check it out.

    http://www.opera.com

    The next version of Opera is going to have a built-in bittorent client. :)
     
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    I didn't know alot of that stuff, that's awesome man. Thx alot ^^

    Also just wondering, does anyone have an issue where Firefox needs a Quicktime plug-in, although you already have it installed on your computer? Firefox can't find it either, it just leaves you the manual install option and when you do it still doesn't work
     
  6. deezp1

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    That actually happened to me when I was trying to install java on a friends pc the other day, but in my case it was just the jave site not up. it wasnt the fault of firefox. just go to apple and reinstall it that usually works for me.
     
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    I am loving these tips... thanks!!! :)
     
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    thanks, very helpful
     
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    I'm new to Firefox and have a really newbie basic question, how do I set Firefox as my default browser when opening links?

    Thanks,

    Spock44

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    I'm new to firefox as well. Thanks for all those tips. They should come in handy.
     
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    If you open up a link in firefox it should be in a firefox browser. Make sure Firefox is listed as your default browser.

    Go to Tools -> Options -> General, then click the checkbox to check if it is the default browser, plus hit the "Check Now" button. It should fine
     
  12. trini22

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    Any one know a gooooodddd pop up blocker that i can get ...that is free...i am starting to get pop up's very often with both mozilla Firefox and internet explorer

     
  13. peter1990

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    hey gys check this out:igotbanned-askmehow.com its off the chain

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    Wow. Those tips will come in handy soon.

    Thanks for them. =)
     
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    I feel like mozilla can be so annoying sometimes especially if it freezes; all your tabs will be closed!
     
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    I sometimes have that problem too but I learn to live with it.
     
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    If you want to watch pictures in your local HD with FF (easily and with preview and slideshow) , then Mozimage https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/168/ is right choice for you. E.g. I watch comics with this add-on.
     
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    the bookmarks backup is cool. i saved the bookmarks in an html file and i emailed it to myself. well just something to cheer me up when im bored.
     
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    Have you tried the extension FoxMarks? It lets you sync your bookmarks to multiple computers (e.g. work computer and home computer). It's even easier than emailing it to yourself to re-load!
     

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