I read a personal blog post maybe five years ago arguing from a philosophical point that no software should "die" but should persist, i.e. restarts should be seamless or unnecessary. It was written with particular regard to Firefox extensions although it also mentioned Apache. It was most likely by someone in the Mozilla-sphere (read: syndicated on Planet Mozilla), but they may have linked to a piece by a general high-profile tech blogger. Searching for obvious keywords is drawing blanks, can anyone identify or locate the blog post in question for me?
If one is interested in devoting attention, time, and money to a group that supports consumer- and citizen-friendly activities, how does Mozilla stack up these days? [more inside]
Is there a way to copy Firefox preferences from one computer to the next? [more inside]
Google and Firefox not playing well together? [more inside]
Firefox update change doesn't take me straight to where i want to go anymore. [more inside]
What are some essential Firefox addons? [more inside]
How do I get Firefox to auto-resolve one word entries into the URL bar to .com, rather than initiating a google search? [more inside]
My firefox homepage and keyword.URL have been hijacked by "eSnips". It's incredibly persistent and resists all attempts to change. How do I kick its ass? [more inside]
What are some good Greasemonkey scripts? [more inside]
Is there a way to disable Firefox keyboard shortcuts? Ctrl+Q specifically... [more inside]
What's the best firefox add-on for previewing/managing a bunch of tabs that are on the same site and look alike in thumbnails, but can be distinguished by their text? I have bunches of tabs open and the tab bar becomes utterly useless, so I need an add-on (not just thumbnail-based) that can do much better.
Is it possible to use a greasemonkey script in Firefox to open specific links in Internet Explorer? If so, what would it look like? [more inside]
How do I make everything appear in plain text in Mozilla Thunderbird? (using version 126.96.36.199 on Windows XP). I do not want to see any images, don't want to be asked if I want to see them, and I don't want anything to appear in HTML, including RSS feeds. I don't want to see people's cutesy stationary or Twitter's background colors when it notifies me of a new follower. I want black text on a white background, et rien de plus. [more inside]
Wiped PC, reinstalled XP, now Firefox crashes VERY frequently. [more inside]
Profiting from the Feed Icon ? [more inside]
Advantages/disadvantages of Firefox 3? [more inside]
I use Mozilla Thunderbird for e-mail but, beginning about a week ago, although people received and continue to receive e-mails from me that are ok, when I open the same e-mails in my "send" file to review them, they're either blank or a jumble of code, often, related to e-mails other than what I just opened. Help!
How secure is Firefox 2.0? I recently attended a short seminar on Web security and the horrors of "drive by downloading". So how vulnerable is the latest version of Firefox 2.0 to this type of nastiness? What about 3.0? [more inside]
I'm looking for a way to sync my Palm Treo 650 with Mozilla's "Lightning" calendar add-on - on Linux - without having to use an over-the-air data service. [more inside]
Can I control a browser from an application under linux. [more inside]
Is it possible to trim Vista Breadcrumb sections so that the breadcrumb bar doesn't clip off most of the path in long titles? I.e. anything over say, 10 characters gets cropped, so that long paths can be shown? Also, is there a way to fix the glitchy second row of tabs in firefox? I want the second row of tabs to have the same height as the first, so that graphics don't go all screwy.
Mail client going postal ! Received emails held hostages ! Please help me see them again ! [more inside]
Why does Firefox occasionally repeat the right-click spellcheck suggested words? [more inside]
How do I keep Firefox from saving every .pdf file I look at onto my desktop? [more inside]
I spend way too much time surfing the web and checking e-mail when I should be working on my job. My job requires that I use the computer, so I cannot simply turn the computer off. Is there a way that I can disable my web browser (Mozilla Firefox) for a set amount of time? [more inside]
Mozilla Thunderbird: When I place a message into a folder I want to simply right click the message and select "Place all future/past messages from this sender into this folder". How could I achieve such simple filtration?
How do I export or convert my Thunderbird inbox into the Unix mailbox format? [more inside]
How do I open a new tab in Mozilla that opens up with the most recent webpage? [more inside]
Is it possible to just print out the headers (subject, sender, date, etc.) for all the e-mail in a folder in Thunderbird? [more inside]
In Firefox 2.0, Amazon will not load for me. It doesn't time out, exactly, just keeps trying and trying and trying. It works fine in IE. What can I do? Everything seemed fine before I upgraded to 2.0, and I've tried reinstalling Firefox. Mac OSX 10.2.8, if that matters. Obviously(?) I know very little about computers, so keep that in mind.
I updated to Firefox 2.0 yesterday and everything was fine. Today, after using Firefox periodically, I came home and tried to start it and nothing happened. In Windows Task manager, I can see that the firefox.exe process is running, but the actually browser is not popping up. I've tried rebooting and I've checked for spyware. What gives? [more inside]
Help me streamline my Mozilla Firefox interface by hiding the menu bar in a small toolbar button. [more inside]
I'm using Thunderbird in three-column view. How can I make the middle column use a two-line format, like Outlook does? [more inside]
Several months ago I remember hearing something on boingboing or /. about a mozilla-based media player/library. I remember it having features such as automatic spidering/downloading of mp3-laden webpages, as well as your standard media library stuff. Will you point me toward it?
Can I get rid of the "open in new tab" option on the right-click menu in firefox? [more inside]
What is the definitive online reference for web browser market share? [more inside]
Why won't amazon.com load in Firefox? [more inside]
I'm stumped by Mozilla extensions. I cannot load any new ones. I get a notification that my settings are "locked," and to EDIT options. I've tried all the obvious things. I've turned on JAVA and everything on or off that I can think of - anything else I'm missing? I remember I once loaded something that allowed me to change some settings in Mozilla by accessing settings in a browser window as text - was it some setting I changed there? [more inside]
CSS Filter: I was so proud of myself. I can write HTML but could never wrap my head around CSS. Today, for the first time, I got a page up and running using CSS, and its fine in IE, but Firefox/Mozilla.... [more inside]
Why doesn't Firefox allow me to view Amazon.com without doing several refreshes? [more inside]
Why is youtube breaking the styles on my webpage? [more inside]
iTunes and Mozilla. Slow? or fast? [more inside]
Is it possible to view and browse a site within the Firefox sidebar without having links open into the regular tabs? [more inside]
What RSS aggregators do you recommend (especially for Firefox)? [more inside]
why does mozilla thunderbird, whenever you cllick a 'mailto:' link on the web, open up the navigator (browser) before it opens up the composer (email client)? Is there anyway to stop the navigator from opening, for it to go directly to the email composer? [more inside]
Mozilla browsers suddenly stop reading my css: wtf? [more inside]
How the heck do I iterate through all a given div's style sheet in IE? [more inside]
How do I autocomplete usernames (which have saved passwords) in Firefox 1.5? [more inside]
Mozilla Thunderbird problems [more inside]
Firefox 1.5-Filter... I just installed Firefox 1.5, and now when I open it up there's this huge grey toolbar-like space at the bottom of the window with a small red upwards pointing arrow on the left [screenshot]. How do I get rid of it? [more inside]