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  • Genessee
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    Originally posted by Aeronautics
    Download the right extensions from the website. Search for 'Linky 2.2.0', 'Tabbrowser preferences 1.2.1' and 'Disable targets for downloads 0.8'.

    Also recommend is 'Download manager Tweak 0.6.3' and for who is familiar with Linux 'Auto copy 0.3'.
    Thanks, I didn't really look into any plug ins. I figured I'd toy with the program before adding on to it incase of bugs

    Edit: I installed those extensions, excellent stuff! thanks
    Last edited by Genessee; 2005-01-04, 01:01.

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  • Irfan
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    this is tabbeb browsing

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  • Aeronautics
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    Originally posted by Genessee
    Yeah, I saw those, but what I really wanted was when you hit a url, it automatically does a new tab .. Like Opera does
    Download the right extensions from the website. Search for 'Linky 2.2.0', 'Tabbrowser preferences 1.2.1' and 'Disable targets for downloads 0.8'.

    Also recommend is 'Download manager Tweak 0.6.3' and for who is familiar with Linux 'Auto copy 0.3'.

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  • Asian Brushstroke
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    I switched over 6 weeks ago and never turned back. The only thing that bugs me is the fact that quite a few websites don't work that well (or not at all) on Firefox/Mozilla.

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  • ACman
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    For those who have scroll wheels, if it clicks, use it for tabbed browsing.

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  • Genessee
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    Originally posted by MaDbOy
    CTRL+T, or right click, open in new tab
    Yeah, I saw those, but what I really wanted was when you hit a url, it automatically does a new tab .. Like Opera does

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  • MaDbOy
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    Originally posted by Genessee
    Abyone know if its possible to have Firefox open links in a new tab by default insted of a new window?
    CTRL+T, or right click, open in new tab

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  • matt1168
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    I just downloaded Firefox just to see what it's like, but I must say that after being a Netscape 7.2 user for months, I don't see myself using Firefox very often.

    Netscape has come a long day since the old browsers ... in any case, basically anything pwns Internet Explorer!

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  • Genessee
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    Abyone know if its possible to have Firefox open links in a new tab by default insted of a new window?

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  • ATLcenter
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    I used to use IE...then I switched to Firefox, which was too different from what I was used to, so I switched to Avant Broswer. Avant is something I have NEVER regretted. It's very nice, easy to use, and a little quicker than boring ole IE!

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  • Irfan
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    Originally posted by Airbus_A320
    I switched to Firefox quite a while ago and IE has been removed from my computer. Firefox is great
    yup i make firefox as my default browser. Internet Explorer = Firefox Mozzila Outlook Express = Mozzila Thunderbird

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  • Airbus_A320
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    I switched to Firefox quite a while ago and IE has been removed from my computer. Firefox is great

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  • aloges
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    Good choice! I switched maybe one and a half weeks ago, haven't regretted it once!

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  • kcmh
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    Originally posted by kaddyuk
    Moved into the off topic where it should have been posted to begin with

    thanks........ That was totally my fault, I will take 100% blame

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  • Irfan
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    Re: Firefox

    Originally posted by kcmh
    Ok folks I jumped on the band wagon and downloaded the Firefox 1.0 web browser. I. E 6.0 was really screwing up......... soooooooo here it is. looks the same as IE 6




    I guess I can bring over my bookmarks

    ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh Shiite I put this in the wrong fourm............. little help here. someone bump it to the off topic fourm !
    You can bring your bookmarks to firefox just click file and click import. heres mine (do you click my banners or just type the link in the browser (IE6) ) You can get themes click Tools and click Themes you got to download them just click "Get more themes" link in the Themes window.

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