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Mozilla Firefox Tips and Shortcuts

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

  1. mazorange

    mazorange Guest

    thanks a LOT ! for these tips ! very helpful !! i'm gonna spread the good news ;)
     
  2. ballboy88

    ballboy88 Regular member

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    Thanks a lot guys. i already thought firefox was the best but now its even better. Respect to those that deserve it.
     
  3. BluRay

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    There are a lot of posts here, so forgive me if I am repeating anything but I tried my best to find something similar but couldnt.

    "Ctrl+T" will open a new tab

    "Ctrl+W" will close the current tab

    Hold Shift+ MouseWheel Scrolling Scroll down goes back, scoll up goes forward.

    Thats all, oh and btw, Opera is a cool browser for Super Geek like Ultra Work Fast kind of people. But to be honest, I have found that IMHO Firefox loads pages faster than Opera, Opera, lags a bit before acting on information However Opera displays images a tad bit crispier

    oh and I almost forgot, if you ever find yourself bored in front of your desk!

    http://www.stumbleupon.com/

    Its a firefox extension, that is updated by its users on "interesting" websites. Try it.
     
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  4. master569

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    cool dude thx
     
  5. okthen12

    okthen12 Guest

    How come everytime i open an internet shopping site e.g. amazon it opens 2 tabs of it. I leave it for 10mins and click on it again and another tab starts loading...
     
  6. okthen12

    okthen12 Guest

    ^^^^
    BUMP
     
  7. midnightm

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    Thanks so much for all the tips everyone - I've always used Firefox, and now I can do a lot more with it.
     
  8. z3rofate

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    Ive been having some issues with my connection while using Mozilla. Every once and a while for 10 seconds or so, my packets freeze. I know this might be considered a connection issue and less mozilla but its pissing me off cuz the websites need to be "reset" every so often. Does it have to do with port fowarding?

    Linksys Router wrt54gs
    Optimum online ISP
     
  9. Danycacks

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    This is Nice!! Thanks Alot.
     
  10. varnull

    varnull Guest

    Streamed sopcast tv anybody?

    Manual

    If you using Mozilla FireFox, you must install ActiveX plugin for FireFox to enable Sopcast WebPlayer.


    Download the Plugin

    download mozactivex-ff-15.xpi

    The plugin mozactivex-ff-15.xpi is only for firefox version 1.5.0.x. Check the version of your firefox, if it's not 1.5.0.x, download your corresponding plugin here: http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?t=206213 . And you may also follow the guide on that page.


    Install the Plugin

    Drag and Drop the file mozactivex-ff-15.xpi into the firefox ‘s windows (version 1.5.0.x), a installation window will popup. Click button Install Now to install the plugin.

    http://www.sopcast.com/doc/images/mozillamunual_clip_image002.jpg/img]



    Config the Plugin

    Config the plugin by enter a URL: about:config in address box of firefox, some configurations will be displayed in text window. Select the security.classID.allowByDefault and set the value to true.




    Restart Firefox

    Restart the firefox and visit [url]http://www.sopcast.com/player/index.jsp#[/url] . If you have installed the SopCast WebPlayer, you can see the WebPlayer's user interface. If you have never downloaded and installed it, download it here , install it and refresh the page.


    Source:
    [url]http://www.sopcast.com/doc/mozillamunual.jsp[/url]

    [url=http://www.myp2pforum.eu/sopcast/1237-sopcast-firefox.html]source of guide[/url]
     
  11. johnnysu

    johnnysu Guest

    thanks so much, def helped me!
     
  12. creaky

    creaky Moderator Staff Member

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    okthen12 / Danycacks - let's please sort out the signature, Forum Rules are in my signature.
     
  13. okthen12

    okthen12 Guest

    Ah didnt realise it was over 50kb :( will remove...
     
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  15. vijayman

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    Thank you for the tips as i am new to mozilla. I will definitelt try them out. Though you post is old and i hope these tips are still valuable.
     
  16. iNDUCT

    iNDUCT Guest

    hey nice work thanks for the awesome tips
     
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  19. curadebt

    curadebt Guest

    Really useful tips for firefox. I appreciate but please don't disturb discussion by putting ir-relevant material.
     
  20. handslice

    handslice Guest

    good share man. i'll keep this in mind.

    SPAM removed
     
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