Posts Tagged ‘Mozilla’

Paste to Tab and Go 0.2


ExtensionPaste to Tab and Go version 0.2 is now available at Mozilla Add-ons.

There are no major changes from previous version, except now it supports Songbird and eMusic Remote.



Statistics for Friday, May 2, 2008

Total Downloads (Since Apr. 30, 2008): 52
Last Day Count (Thursday, May. 1): 34
Average Daily Downloads: 26
Downloads in the last 7 days: 52

Active Daily Users
Active Daily Users (On Thursday, May. 1): 8
Change from previous count (8 on Apr. 30): 0
Average Daily Active Users: 8

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Welcome Robot!


Welcome Robot!

The new Mozilla’s about: entry has landed on Firefox 3.0 Beta 5. It was first checked in on 20080308 trunk builds. You can type “about:robots” to see it. If you’re using Firefox prior to version 3.0b5, you can see it online at

See also:

FoxieWire extension statistics



Source: Mozilla Add-ons Statistics Dashboard RSS feed


Total Downloads (Since Feb. 21, 2008): 876
Last Day Count (Wednesday, Mar. 26): 24
Average Daily Downloads: 27
Downloads in the last 7 days: 242

Active Daily Users
Active Daily Users (On Wednesday, Mar. 19): 179
Change from previous count (40 on Mar. 12): +347.5%
Average Daily Active Users: 58

Mozilla Firefox 2.0 (Bon Echo) Alpha 1 is Available


Mozilla FirefoxBon Echo Alpha 1, the first development milestone of Mozilla Firefox 2 aimed at developers and testers, is now available for download.

Changes in this Development Milestone

Here are some new features in Bon Echo Alpha 1 that require feedback:

  • Changes to tabbed browsing behavior
  • New data storage layer for bookmarks and history (using SQLlite)
  • Extended search plugin format
  • Updates to the extension system to provide enhanced security and to allow for easier localization of extensions
  • Support for SVG text using svg:textPath
  • List of notable bug fixes

Extend Firefox Contest Winners Announced


FirefoxThe Winners of the Extend Firefox Contest have been announced. The finalists were announced last month.


Take Back the Web with Stylish


ExtensionStylish is an extension for Firefox/Flock and Thunderbird by Jason Barnabe (np) that lets you manage CSS rules to change the appearance of web sites. It can even change the appearance of the application (Firefox/Flock/Thunderbird) itself.

Stylish is to CSS what Greasemonkey is to JavaScript. Stylish allows you to easily manage user styles for the application UI, all websites, or only certain websites. Stylish is better than using userChrome.css/userContent.css because styles are applied immediately instead of requiring a restart.

I’ve been using Stylish since its first released. Previously, I used Custom User Style Editor — a module in Shimoda Hiroshi‘s Context Menu Extensions — and Cskinner — a Greasemonkey script by Matt Labrum — to change the appearance of web sites.

Stylish is also best for blocking hiding ads on the web sites. It works better than Greasemonkey or RIP, because Stylish hides ads even before the page is fully loaded. After using Stylish for about two months, I removed RIP permanently.


WordPress Tags Search


WordPressDid you know that you can search for tags on


Mozilla Firefox Released


Mozilla FirefoxDownloads are available from Firefox home page. See the release notes and notable bug fixes.

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Evil Google Logo (updated)



A Greasemonkey script written by Amos. It replaces Google logo with the image created by Students for a Free Tibet.

I have modified this script so that it works on all local Google domains.



  1. Evil Google Logo script by Amos at
  2. Evil Google Logo (all countries) script by me at
  3. Boing Boing: Script to replace Google logo with Evil Google logo
  4. Students for a Free Tibet
  5. Official Google Blog: Google in China

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Technorati Tags Button (updated)


I just read A Tagging Bookmarklet for WordPress and Users on Lorelle’s blog. She uses Andrew Beacock‘s Oddiophile’s Technorati Tags Bookmarklet to add Technorati Tags. Then I thought, why don’t use a Greasemonkey userscript?

So here it is.

Technorati Tags Button

The button will add Technorati tags at the very bottom of the post after you enter some tags.


As Lorelle suggested, I made another Greasemonkey script to add site search tags.


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