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11 Dic/09

If You Have Something That You Don’t Want Anyone To Know…

If You Have Something That You Don’t Want Anyone To Know…

If You Have Something That You Don’t Want Anyone To Know, Maybe You Shouldn’t Be Doing It In The First Place. That is what Google’s CEO Erik Schmidt said in a live CNBC broadcast last week. The sentence itself does not make that much sense as there is a huge difference between doing something and publishing it online without proper protection so that search engines will index those information even if this was not intended by the publisher. But doing can...

10 Dic/09

Mozilla Adds Language Filter On Add-on’s Page

Mozilla Adds Language Filter On Add-on’s Page

The Mozilla development team that is responsible for the functionality of the website that is offering downloads for Firefox, Thunderbird and other Mozilla projects has changed several key features of the pages that contain the add-ons for the software programs over the last couple of months. Some major changes included filtering experimental add-ons from the add-on listing so that regular users would not be tempted to install those add-ons. Other additions included a filter...

20 Nov/09

Better Gmail 2’s Favicon Unread Count Fixed

Better Gmail 2’s Favicon Unread Count Fixed

Just released a fixer-upper version of the Better Gmail 2 Firefox extension which cleans up some wreckage a recent Gmail API change left behind. Specifically, the change broke Eric Bogs’ and Peter Wooley’s excellent favicon alert scripts, and man did THAT upset users. Happily, Eric and Peter came up with fixes right quick, and version 0.9.7 includes them. Here’s where to get it. Continua a leggere – Original Link: Better Gmail 2’s Favicon Unread Count...


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11 Nov/09

Updating the Better Extensions for Firefox 3.6

Updating the Better Extensions for Firefox 3.6

Now that the Firefox 3.6 beta is available for download (portable version is here), it’s time to start updating the Better Firefox extensions. The most popular ones, Better Gmail 2 and Better GReader, are already 3.6-compatible; the rest will come in the next few weeks. As always, join the Google Group to ask questions or make comments about the Better Firefox extensions. Continua a leggere – Original Link: Updating the Better Extensions for Firefox 3.6 Technorati Tags:...

26 Ott/09

Better Flickr 0.4.1 Now Available

Better Flickr 0.4.1 Now Available

It took over a month (!), but Mozilla Add-ons has finally approved a long-delayed update to the Better Flickr Firefox extension. You can see more about what changed here; my favorite addition to this version is the Flic.kr Short URL script, which displays a short, Twitter-friendly URL on all Flickr photos for easy tweeting. (Forget Twitpic and those other photo-sharing services; Flickr is still where it’s at.) Download version 0.4.1 of Better Flickr at Mozilla Add-ons. Continua...

19 Ott/09

Firefox Blocking Microsoft, Apple, Yahoo Extensions

Firefox Blocking Microsoft, Apple, Yahoo Extensions

Got a surprising alert yesterday telling me two of the extensions I had installed on my PC’s copy of Firefox have been blocked because they cause stability or security problems. (Click to enlarge the dialog on the right.) Specifically, the Microsoft .NET Framework Assistant and Windows Presentation Foundation extensions were the problem children that got kicked off the island. (In my defense, I didn’t install these extensions myself–Windows Update did). My first reaction...

3 Ott/09

Mozilla Plugin Check

Mozilla Plugin Check

The Mozilla Firefox development team started to check the Flash plugin version of Firefox web browsers on the What’s New page after Firefox updates recently. This page would inform users if the Flash plugin version of their web browser was not the latest one which usually meant that their web browser was open for attacks that would target vulnerabilities in outdated Flash versions. The website would describe the problem to the user and offer a solution in the form of a download...

23 Set/09

New Firefox Tab Manager Tabberwocky

New Firefox Tab Manager Tabberwocky

Tabberwocky is a lightweight Firefox tab manager alternative of the popular Tab Mix Plus add-on. It offers popular options like protecting tabs from being closed, duplicate already open tabs, open new tabs next to the active tab and managing several other important aspects of tabs in Firefox. The Firefox add-on will add several of its features (like protecting or duplicating tabs) automatically to the right-click menu when right-clicking on tabs in the tabbar in Firefox. Other features...

16 Set/09

Modify Firefox for Your Netbook

Modify Firefox for Your Netbook

Finally gave into my netbook lust and got an Eee PC. (It’s for my better half, of course. Ahem.) But since it’s not the most minimalist browser on the market, I had to modify Firefox to trim down extra UI bits and make it more netbook-friendly. Over at Lifehacker this morning, I published my full list of userChrome.css tweaks that maximize Firefox 3.5’s viewing area on netbooks. Continua a leggere – Original Link: Modify Firefox for Your Netbook Technorati...

9 Set/09

How to Integrate Your Google Apps

How to Integrate Your Google Apps

The information you keep in Google apps like Gmail, GCal, Reader, and Voice doesn’t just live in one place. There are a few easy but non-obvious ways to plug different Google apps together and share their data and features. Thanks to things like Labs and gadgets, you can get your Calendar in Gmail (and vice versa), Docs in Calendar and Gmail, Profile info in Google Reader, Google Voice SMS in your Gmail, and just about everything on iGoogle. Here’s how. Read the rest at Lifehacker...