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What's New in Mozilla 1.1
but I really like the button for a new tab
I'm wearing my glasses right now but still can't find that button :o
I use Ctrl+T instead (I'm on Windows) to create a new Tab. BTW: I'd like to see a "Open in new Tab" on right-click in the bookmarks-sidebar.
So far, Moz 1.1 seems to render pages faster. I like it.
But, where's that button?
New button in prefs for making Mozilla the system default browser on MS Windows
This is the reason why I'll be using this browser much more often. I was too lazy to figure out how to set it as default before but today the button was right there.
I've babbled on about not liking monoculture before but been rather lax in doing anything about it. Now that mozilla opens when using the favourites in my start menu I have no excuses :)
So you can delete the main application directory, reinstall, and the browser should remember all of your themes (although they may or not be compatible with the new version -- if not, Mozilla will tell you and uninstall it for you).
What's everyone elses favorite skin/theme for Mozilla? I'm always looking for quality ones. Currently the only one I've liked is Lo-Fi (narrow scrollbar) [gashu.org]. Provides you with the most optimized viewing area.
My favourite skin has to be Orbit 3+1. You get a wicked donut shape instead of the Mozilla icon, and when pages are downloading, a bright orange bar goes round the donut to show activity. Also the buttons are very nice.
See a 100 x 75 gif of this I had made up already:
I really really want Google to do a googlebar WITH PR for mozilla, until then, I have to use IE quite a bit.
I don't understand why people want the GoogleBar in Mozilla so bad. Google and other search engies are built in. Just type something in you want to search for where you type in a web site address and click on search or press the down key and press enter. Works better I think.. everything you need is there. Even a context right click menu has a search capability based on what you have highlighted on a web page.
But if it really matters there is a GoogleBar project underway, [googlebar.mozdev.org ].
I would like a Mozilla Google toolbar _WITH_ _PAGERANK_. Without this, I am condemed to use IE6 (which isn't bad, apart from the security issues).
No way I am giving up my PR unless everyone else does, which means until Google decide not to give it out anymore. I am aware of all the options of incorparation Google Bar type things into Mozilla, thanks for the link anyway :)
1) In MSIE, go to File > Import and Export ...
2) Next > Export Favorites (Next) > Choose your favorites folder (Next) > Export to a File (Browse to save it where you want it) > Finish.
3) In Mozilla, go to Bookmarks > Manage Bookmarks ...
4) In the Manage Bookmarks window, go to Tools > Import ... > Choose the file you just exported from MSIE.
5) Choose Open and you are done.