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Websites that use location-aware browsing will ask where you are in order to bring you more relevant information, or to save you time while searching. Let’s say you’re looking for a pizz ...
The Developer Toolbar gives you command-line access to a number of developer tools from within Firefox. It's also extensible: you can add your own local commands and even convert them to add ...
A preference is any value or defined behavior that can be set (presumably, one setting is "preferable" to another). about:config is a feature of Mozilla applications which lists application ...
about:config is a feature of Mozilla applications which lists application settings (known as preferences) that are read from the profile files prefs.js and user.js, and from application defa ...
Apr 07, 2005 By Nigel McFarlane, in Linux Journal. This article explains how the Mozilla about:config URL opens up a world of obscure preferences that can be used to tweak the default setup ...
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