scuttle: firefox

Sort by: Date / Title / URL

  1. Direct installation link for flash on OSX, bypass the ultra flakey installer bullshit.
  2. Genius Thunderbird plugin that sets a custom From address based on the recipient address of the email. Genius, exactly what I've been seeking for years. Now to get it setup...
  3. How to install and un-install dictionaries in firefox. Trick is /usr/lib/firefox-VERSION/dictionaries/ (files can be extracted from the xpi).
  4. Converting pk12 / p12 files into pem files using openssl. `openssl pkcs12 -nocerts -in mycertificate.p12 -out ~user/.globus/userkey.pem` and `openssl pkcs12 -clcerts -nokeys -in mycertificate.p12 -out usercert.pem`
  5. How to get an SSL client certificate into Firefox on Android. Copy cert9.db and key4.db from phone's SD card Androiddataorg.mozilla.firefoxfilesmozillaprofile.default to dir. Then `pk12util -i file.p12 -d sql:dir`
  6. Monitoring with a focus on browser experience. Plans are €10/month for simple, $50/month for 1 browser, $100/month upwards for the full service.
  7. Helpful article that explains some SSL errors with wildcard certificates which according to RFC2818 only go one level deep. So * is good for but not Weird.
  8. A sweet little app that needs a one line edit to Apache's config in order to run a basic weave (firefox sync) server. Welcome to my own firefox data backed up on my own server... :-)
  9. Download apks of mobile firefox directly and skip the Google market bs. Very useful, was a pain in the ass finding this.
  10. A handy addon by one of the Greasemonkey developers that allows ctrl-t to open a new tab to the right of the current tab. It has some quirks though...
  11. Builds of Google Gears for 64-bit firefox.
  12. Cheat sheet of firebug shortcut keys.
  13. Jetpack is a simple language to write almost on-the-fly Firefox plugins. Pretty amazing technology, looks like css / jquery with some custom methods. Beautiful. Hat tip sfllaw.
  14. Web browser testing and automation framework / suite. Similar to selenium. Cross platform, cross browser. Hat tip sfllaw.
  15. FoxClocks lets you keep an eye on the time around the world - or just your local time - by putting small clocks in your statusbar. Hat tip James Farmer.
  16. HackBar gives you a really big address bar with a load of extra functions to test sql injections and so on. Useful for testing. Not currently 3.0 friendly.
  17. A list of the about:config options and their meanings. Very handy for tweaking Firefox.
  18. Firebug is a powerful debugging tool for web development. It's primarily a Firefox extension with a lite version available for IE, Opera and Safari. It allows you to debug, inspect, edit on the fly, and much more.
  19. Synchronise your Firefox bookmarks between multiple browsers and online.
  20. Manage your Amazon S3 files from within Firefox using this plugin.

First / Previous / Next / Last / Page 1 of 1