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jueves, 24 de enero de 2013

Quickest Way to Off Image & Javascript on Firefox

If you search Quickest Way to Off Image & Javascript on Firefox, this Add-ons is perfect for you.
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This Add-ons Allows quick enable and disable of Images & Javascript, also work for quick enable and disable Cookies, Animations, Flash, Java, Silverlight, Stylesheets and Proxy from the Statusbar and/or Toolbar without having to open the Options or Plugins dialog!

About this Add-on
Easily turn on or off Images & Javascript, also work for quick turn on or off Cookies, Animations, Flash, Java, Silverlight, Stylesheets and Proxy from the Statusbar and/or Toolbar without having to open the Options or Plugins dialog!

Usage:
* Left click the corresponding icon to enable/disable an option (Javascript, Images, ect.) or plugin (Java, Flash, Silverlight)
* When disabled an icon indicating it is disabled via changing color from blue (enabled) to red (disabled).
* Middle click any icon icon to toggle ALL of the options with one click. (Handy if you normally keep them all on and want to turn them all on/off easily)
* Right click any icon for an options dialog to be able to hide unwanted icons from the Statusbar or configure advanced options.
* Toolbar support

Install the extension and restart your browser to get the Statusbar icons. Configure the options to display which Statusbar icon's you would like, customize the toolbar with which buttons you choose and enjoy. It's that simple!

Also please note that the scope of this extension is NOT as extensive as NoScript, and was not designed to compete with it. This includes whitelisting/blacklisting sites and remembering their settings! If you like NoScript then that's fine and this may not be the extension for you. However this extension is ideal for those who prefer a simpler to use, less invasive interface while still having easier access to the controls.

Add-ons to Block/Off Image & Javascript on Firefox

If you search Add-ons to Block/Off Image & Javascript on Firefox, this Add-ons is perfect for you.
Download this Add-ons from this Link

This Add-ons Allows quick enable and disable of Images & Javascript, also work for quick enable and disable Cookies, Animations, Flash, Java, Silverlight, Stylesheets and Proxy from the Statusbar and/or Toolbar without having to open the Options or Plugins dialog!

About this Add-on
Easily turn on or off Images & Javascript, also work for quick turn on or off Cookies, Animations, Flash, Java, Silverlight, Stylesheets and Proxy from the Statusbar and/or Toolbar without having to open the Options or Plugins dialog!

Usage:
* Left click the corresponding icon to enable/disable an option (Javascript, Images, ect.) or plugin (Java, Flash, Silverlight)
* When disabled an icon indicating it is disabled via changing color from blue (enabled) to red (disabled).
* Middle click any icon icon to toggle ALL of the options with one click. (Handy if you normally keep them all on and want to turn them all on/off easily)
* Right click any icon for an options dialog to be able to hide unwanted icons from the Statusbar or configure advanced options.
* Toolbar support

Install the extension and restart your browser to get the Statusbar icons. Configure the options to display which Statusbar icon's you would like, customize the toolbar with which buttons you choose and enjoy. It's that simple!

Also please note that the scope of this extension is NOT as extensive as NoScript, and was not designed to compete with it. This includes whitelisting/blacklisting sites and remembering their settings! If you like NoScript then that's fine and this may not be the extension for you. However this extension is ideal for those who prefer a simpler to use, less invasive interface while still having easier access to the controls.

viernes, 19 de agosto de 2011

How to Find Youtube Cache in Mozilla Firefox 6

A few weeks ago I upgraded my firefox version 3.6.13 with to version 6 browsers hoping to be faster and more capable. After trying a few weeks the result was far short of expectations because its performance is not fast, so take a new view of adaptation, some add ons ga support, after mengclose firefox laptop processor should work about 1 minute, then finally make the most disappointed is the system cache / folder storage cache system in the dressing so that I could find ga & save video youtube that I saw just now streaming on the site youtube. I had mencari2 on google there might have a solution about the problem "How to Find Youtube Cache in Mozilla Firefox 6" this but could not find any solution. On the official web support.mozilla.com ga also exist, in the English-language situs2 ga also exist. Maybe in firefox 6.0.1 or the new version will be improved or even ignore the issue will remain on this I do not know, we wait for news wrote about it in the future. For this reason - the reason I ended up installing firefox again wrote a master program version 3.6.13 I am (fortunately not to delete) and I wrote a folder overwrite firefox version 6 program in Drice C / I was successful, finally I use firefox version 3.6.13 again & I can put youtube videos firefox cache folder again through version 3.6.13 after I watched the video on youtube.com site.

For those who do not know how to save youtube videos on firefox cache is her explanation =
(The following tips apply only for firefox version 3.6.13 down. Firefox 6 & I can not try on windows xp & success)
=
The first trick is to open Windows Explorer, select Tools menu> Folder Options> View, then you check the option "Show hidden files and folders" and unceklist option "Hide extensions for known file types", then after that you click "OK" . Then after that you open the folder with the following address:
C: \ Documents and Settings \ user-name-in-your-computer-that-you-use \ Local Settings \ Application Data \ Mozilla \ Firefox \ Profiles \
Once you open the folder that location as I mentioned above, eventually you will find a folder, open the folder, once opened you will find two more folders inside the folder, select the folder with the name "Cache."
Well .. now you locate the file in the folder "Cache" is a fairly large size (about 6 or 6 MB upwards depending on the duration of the video that you see on YouTube), copy the file to another location and then rename (change file extension to. FLV eg 8C63DD6Cd01.flv) after the rename the file now you try to open the file using software that can play FLV video file format like VLC or any other. If you find that the file could not be rotated, meaning the files that you did not copy and rename the video file you see on YouTube, just copy and rename the file size is more substantial in the folder "Cache" before you turn and try again with video player software FLV you until you find the file you mean.


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How to Find Youtube Cache in Mozilla Firefox 5

A few weeks ago I upgraded my firefox from 3.6.13 to version 5 browsers hoping to be faster and more capable. After trying a few weeks the result was far short of expectations because its performance is not fast, so take a new view of adaptation, some add ons ga support, after mengclose firefox laptop processor should work about 1 minute, then finally make the most disappointed is the system cache / folder storage cache system in the dressing so that I could find ga & save video youtube that I saw just now streaming on the site youtube. I had mencari2 on google there might have a solution about the problem "How to Find Youtube Cache in Mozilla Firefox 5" this but could not find any solution. On the official web support.mozilla.com ga also exist, in the English-language situs2 ga also exist. Maybe in firefox 5.0.1 or the new version will be improved or even ignore the issue will remain on this I do not know, we wait for news wrote about it in the future. For this reason - the reason I ended up installing firefox again wrote a master program version 3.6.13 I am (fortunately not to delete) and I wrote a folder overwrite firefox version 5 program in Drice C / I was successful, finally I use firefox version 3.6.13 again & I can put youtube videos firefox cache folder again through version 3.6.13 after I watched the video on youtube.com site.

For those who do not know how to save youtube videos on firefox cache is her explanation =
(The following tips apply only for firefox version 3.6.13 down. Firefox 5 & I can not try on windows xp & success)
=
The first trick is to open Windows Explorer, select Tools menu> Folder Options> View, then you check the option "Show hidden files and folders" and unceklist option "Hide extensions for known file types", then after that you click "OK" . Then after that you open the folder with the following address:
C: \ Documents and Settings \ user-name-in-your-computer-that-you-use \ Local Settings \ Application Data \ Mozilla \ Firefox \ Profiles \
Once you open the folder that location as I mentioned above, eventually you will find a folder, open the folder, once opened you will find two more folders inside the folder, select the folder with the name "Cache."
Well .. now you locate the file in the folder "Cache" is a fairly large size (about 5 or 5 MB upwards depending on the duration of the video that you see on YouTube), copy the file to another location and then rename (change file extension to. FLV eg 8C53DD5Cd01.flv) after the rename the file now you try to open the file using software that can play FLV video file format like VLC or any other. If you find that the file could not be rotated, meaning the files that you did not copy and rename the video file you see on YouTube, just copy and rename the file size is more substantial in the folder "Cache" before you turn and try again with video player software FLV you until you find the file you mean.


- System cache in mozilla firefox 5
- How to Find and save Youtube Cache in Mozilla Firefox 5
- How to find and save youtube videos on firefox cache 5
- How to find and store in the cache flv video firefox 5
- How to find and save files in the cache firefox flash 5
- How to find and save flash games in firefox cache 5

How to Find Youtube Cache in Mozilla Firefox 4

A few weeks ago I upgraded my firefox version 3.6.13 to version 4 browsers hoping to be faster and more capable. After trying a few weeks the result was far short of expectations because its performance is not fast, so take a new view of adaptation, some add ons ga support, after mengclose firefox laptop processor should work about 1 minute, then finally make the most disappointed is the system cache / folder storage cache system in the dressing so that I could find ga & save video youtube that I saw just now streaming on the site youtube. I had mencari2 on google there might have a solution about the problem "How to Find Youtube Cache in Mozilla Firefox 4" this but could not find any solution. On the official web support.mozilla.com ga also exist, in the English-language situs2 ga also exist. Maybe in firefox 4.0.1 or the new version will be improved or even ignore the issue will remain on this I do not know, we wait for news wrote about it in the future. For this reason - the reason I ended up installing firefox again wrote a master program version 3.6.13 I am (fortunately not to delete) and I wrote a folder overwrite firefox version 4 program in Drice C / I was successful, finally I use firefox version 3.6.13 again & I can put youtube videos firefox cache folder again through version 3.6.13 after I watched the video on youtube.com site.

For those who do not know how to save youtube videos on firefox cache is her explanation =
(The following tips apply only for firefox version 3.6.13 down. Firefox 4 & I can not try on windows xp & success)
=
The first trick is to open Windows Explorer, select Tools menu> Folder Options> View, then you check the option "Show hidden files and folders" and unceklist option "Hide extensions for known file types", then after that you click "OK" . Then after that you open the folder with the following address:
C: \ Documents and Settings \ user-name-in-your-computer-that-you-use \ Local Settings \ Application Data \ Mozilla \ Firefox \ Profiles \
Once you open the folder that location as I mentioned above, eventually you will find a folder, open the folder, once opened you will find two more folders inside the folder, select the folder with the name "Cache."
Well .. now you locate the file in the folder "Cache" is a fairly large size (about 4 or 5 MB upwards depending on the duration of the video that you see on YouTube), copy the file to another location and then rename (change file extension to. FLV eg 8C43DD4Cd01.flv) after the rename the file now you try to open the file using software that can play FLV video file format like VLC or any other. If you find that the file could not be rotated, meaning the files that you did not copy and rename the video file you see on YouTube, just copy and rename the file size is more substantial in the folder "Cache" before you turn and try again with video player software FLV you until you find the file you mean.


- System cache in mozilla firefox 4
- How to Find and save Youtube Cache in Mozilla Firefox 4
- How to find and save youtube videos on firefox cache 4
- How to find and store in the cache flv video firefox 4
- How to find and save files in the cache firefox flash 4
- How to find and save flash games in firefox cache 4

sábado, 30 de abril de 2011

How to Install Firefox 4 in Ubuntu (Maverick & Lucid)

Firefox 4 Ubuntu
Firefox 4 for Linux is available for download now. Mozilla has released Firefox 4 with improved performance and advanced security promising an intuitive experience. They have revamped the UI including Awesome bar, Firefox button, Bookmark button along with Tab organiser and panorama view. Check out the complete features here.
Firefox 4 Features
As usual Ubuntu users running Ubuntu 10.10 (Maverick Meerkat) and Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid Lynx) can install Firefox 4 RC via Terminal or Software center GUI. If you are not sure about how to access terminal or don’t want to mess things download Firefox 4 tar.bz file and click to install. Download Firefox 4 tar file from here to install it offline.

Install Firefox 4 via Terminal :

Go to Applications > Terminal and enter the following commands carefully,
  1. sudo apt-add-repository ppa:mozillateam/firefox-stable
  2. sudo apt-get update
  3. sudo apt-get install firefox

Install Firefox 4 via GUI Software Center :

Launch Ubuntu Software Center. Head over to Edit > Software Sources and click the ‘Other Software’ tab. Press ‘Add’ and then add the PPA ppa:mozillateam/firefox-stable.
After that you need to update sources. For that go to System > Administration > Update Manager to perform an upgrade.

viernes, 29 de abril de 2011

Firefox Problem & The Solution

Firefox 4 not displaying certain content

On the below website, since firefox 4 was released it was working fine, but since firefox 4, it doesnt display certain text, please see below the two links provided of pictures, one displaying a picture from Microsoft IE, and Firefox version.
Microsoft IE (How it should display): http://img864.imageshack.us/img864/7798/ieimg.png
Firefox (It's not displaying certain text): http://img841.imageshack.us/img841/2622/firefoximg.png
Now is this due to the HTML used or the browser?
Thanks


This is a little hard to diagnose from the pictures. I'm guessing that the box comes up blank at first and then is filled in from the server in real time after you make a selection from the drop-down control. Is that how it is supposed to work?
(Edit: I assumed the box was blank, but in case it is "white on white", you could try selecting that area, which would make it possible to see whether anything is there.)
Is there any part of the site that can be used without a login that demonstrates the same problem? (I went to the demo, but it's just a Flash movie...)
If not, you could check Firefox's Error Console (Tools menu). First click Clear, then reload the page that you want to use. There may be lots of warnings, but is anything marked with the "X" error symbol? Then click the link or button or drop-down that should populate the information. Check the Error Console for new errors. Although it's rare that you could fix such errors from your end, it might be possible, or you could report them to the site.


occasionally, my tabs and groups will act strange.

I go to the groups menu, and try to click a tab in a group. instead of opening that tab, and changing the window to that group, it partially opens, then doesn't. upon trying again, it'll open, but open within my current group, not the group it was meant to. the tab however, upon viewing groups, has not changed groups. what? when I say partially open, I mean it enlarges as if to fill the screen like normal, but then stop, and it turns white.


I have blurry, faded text in Firefox 4 (but not FF 3 or Chrome)

http://img405.imageshack.us/i/firefox4text.png/
Here is an example from Youtube. Ever since I upgraded from Firefox 3.6 to 4, my text is blurry and thin and hard to read, it looks terrible. This also happens in IE ever since I upgraded to IE9, but I don't care since I rarely ever use IE.
Out of desparation I installed Chrome just so I could browse without struggling to read text, and the text is clear and perfect there.
Can someone please help me get a usable installation of Firefox again? I love the addons and features of Firefox, but not if I can't READ when I'm using it...

I forgot to add, I've tried everything I could find to fix this problem. I have Windows 7, I have Cleartype on. I've tried turning off hardware acceleration, my graphics drivers are updated, I've tried going into about:config and forcing DirectWrite to be enabled.
This problem only applies to certain sites (but it is a lot of them). These forums look the same on both FF3 and FF4, for instance. But the majority of sites, including Youtube and all the forum sites that I frequent, have this ugly hard to read text problem going on.


First link from a new page will not show a back arrow or go back with right click command.

For the past few weeks I've noticed that when I click on a link from the first page I'm on in a tab, the page I get to does not let me go back to the first page. The back arrow is grayed out and the back command (right click menu) is also grayed out. This is not true on the pages I may go to from that second page.

This issue can be caused by an extension that isn't working properly.
Start Firefox in Safe Mode to check if one of the extensions is causing the problem (switch to the DEFAULT theme: Firefox (Tools) > Add-ons > Appearance/Themes).

HELP! How come I can't 'save and quit' any longer with this new ver of Firefox? Does anyone know how to fix this?

When I updated Firefox I have now discovered I can no longer action the 'save and quit' function when closing down Firefox! Is this a common problem and more to the point is there a solution to this?? ie, change settings or some form of patch?? Any help would be greatly appreciated as this function WAS awesome when needing certain tabs kept open.


Bookmark all tabs

Ever since upgrading, one of my favorite features has been MIA. The 'bookmark all tabs' is gone and I miss it. What happened and how do I fix it?

Some menu entries are hidden by default and only appear if you use the keyboard to open the menu.
You can see the difference if you use Alt+F or Alt+B to open the "File" and "Bookmarks" menu and compare that to what you see if you use the mouse to open the menu after you have made the menu bar visible by pressing Alt or by pressing F10.
  • "Bookmark All Tabs" (Shift+Ctrl+D) no longer shows in the Bookmarks menu unless you open the Bookmarks menu via the keyboard (Alt + B).
  • "Bookmark This Page" can be accessed via the right-click context menu of that browser page.
  • "Bookmark All Tabs" can be accessed via the right-click context menu of a tab on the tab bar.
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