01/13/11 10:32 Proximo: ?
01/13/11 10:33 gad: not registry hacks, but there is a way. got a meeting right now, but can be continue this in about 30-45 minutes
01/13/11 10:34 Proximo: Great.
01/13/11 10:49 gad: Proximo, not really a safe, non-hacky way to avoid those initial prompts. at first usage of browserplus, your users would see a prompt asking for permission for your site to use browserplus and to install the notification service. at first platform update, your users would see a prompt asking them to allow the update. both prompts have a “Make my decision permanent” checkbox which keeps them from appearing in the future
01/13/11 11:01 Proximo: ok.
01/13/11 11:02 Proximo: I think I will you vmware thinapp to make a package which will contain Mozilla Prism and b+.
01/13/11 11:03 Proximo: The simplest way, although it makes the application run a little slower.
01/13/11 11:03 Proximo: you = use
01/13/11 11:03 Proximo: *
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Blake Ross, Joe Hewitt, and Dave Hyatt’s project called “Mozilla Firefox” is a kind of web browser which is an open source and free, with a great number of languages numbering to more than 70, and was developed for Linux, OS X, and Microsoft Windows in coordination with Mozilla Foundation and Mozilla Corporation. Firefox was originally called Phoenix, then after that it was called “Mozilla Firebird, “and on the 9th of November in 2004, it was finally called “Mozilla Firefox” or also known as “Firefox.” Firefox has a wide variety of features such as the “tabbed browsing,” “telemetry,” “spell checking,” “geolocation,” “private browsing,””download manager,” “smart bookmarks,” “live bookmarking,” “incremental find,” etc. It is not only that but Firefox also has other functions which are added by extensions. Below are seven of the best Firefox extensions that attract a lot of its users. Such extensions are actually very useful although some do not try them but it is quite beneficial if you might want to try them. They come in no price anyway since they are free.
The first extension is called “DownThemAll!” When you want to download lots of stuff such as images or files, you do not need to do it individually since this extension has it all. This means you can now download all of them through this extension. What’s more is that you can leave it for a while and continue whenever you like.
The second extension is called “Dormancy.” This is somewhat an “experimental” kind of extension but it is worth your try since it will put your tabs which are unused on the back burner, so then your memory can be freed up.
The third extension is called “Diigo Toolbar.” This toolbar maximizes your surfing usage in the sense that it makes it easier for the pages to be annotated, for the text to be highlighted, and for your bookmarks which are stored online to be maintained.
The fourth extension is called “Desktop.” This extension is like a “speed dial.” With this extension, there are no more white spaces when a new tab is opened. You can go to the sites you most favored and other Web services in no time. The layout is more customized, and links and widgets are added.
The fifth extension is called “Click&Clean.” This is very useful for your privacy especially when you have data which should be kept private since once the browser is closed, your data is then deleted.
The sixth extension is called “Boo.ly Shopping.” This extension is great for those who love to shop for bargains and cheaper items since this tab aids shoppers through “popping up” while you surf retailers online.