ICANN opens up Pandora's Box of new TLDs
jfmezei at vaxination.ca
Tue Jul 1 04:02:33 UTC 2008
Scott Weeks wrote:
> How'd you do that? I use FF on FreeBSD, but parhaps there're similar settings.
Since a few people asked.
in the url line: about:config
This is the magic incantation that gets you a page with just about all
you can serach for a particular setting in the "filter".
To disable the google searching, look for the string "keyword". set
keyword.enabled to "false". You can alco zap the value of keyword.URL
This allows you to put up a whole series of buttons such as java,
browsers and much more.
Another extension is the Web Develoer extension:
It gives you plenty of options, including disabling CSS, viewing source
Good support available in the mozilla.support.* newsgroups (such as
mozilla.support.firefox). If you are on an ISP that have cut down NNTP,
it is available on the NNTP server: news.mozilla.org
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