Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Firefox-Funny tweaks

Here are some funny firefox tweaks. Try it out. Go to the URL bar and type the following and have fun


It SHOWS Dancing Firefox.


It Opens another Firefox inside a tab in the the existing Firefox window.


It Opens the Options dialog box inside the Firefox tab.


It Opens the “BookMark Manager” inside a tab in the Firefox window.


It Opens the History Panel in the Firefox tab.


It Opens the Extensions window in the current tab.


It Opens the “cookies window” inside a tab in the Firefox window.


It Opens the “Clear Private Data” window inside the current tab.


It Opens the “About Firefox” Dialog box inside the tab.


It Opens a scrolling list of names. The one’s who we must thank for creating Firefox

credit to tricks corner

How to Fix Script Error Problems With Firefox

You might face Unresponsive Script warning/error while browsing websites with Firefox.

This might lead Firefox to freeze for a moment and may irritate you. This is a alert you get when you try to use sites that auto updates itself, or web2.0 based sites.

Follow the below given steps to fix this problem.

Step 1: Type about:config in a blank tab in the Firefox url field

Step 2: In the text field marked as filter, search for the dom.max_script_run_time option, It will be like

Step 3: Right click on this field and click on modify, you will get a screen, In this instead of the default 5 enter 20 – 30

That’s it. You are done. You wont face any unresponsive script error problems in your Firefox. Happy browsing =)

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How to Enable Private Browsing in Chrome and Safari

All browsers nowadays comes with an option called private browsing. The private browsing feature will not save your browsing history and cookies in your PC. Most will know to enable the private browsing feature in Mozilla Firefox. Most does not know how to enable private browsing feature in Google Chrome and Apple Safari. I will show how to enable private browsing feature in Google Chrome and Apple Safari

How to Enable Private Browsing in Google Chrome :

Chrome, Google’s web browser has a private browsing mode to remain incognito on the internet. Here is how to enable private browsing in Google Chrome:

* Launch Google Chrome.

* Click Customize and control Google Chrome.

* In the menu that appears, click the Order New incognito window.

* A new window is open in incognito. Web pages visited in this window are not recorded in the history of navigation.

* When you close the incognito window, all new cookies are deleted.

* Note that you can both browse normally and in incognito mode, using two separate windows.

How to Enable Private Browsing in Apple Safari :

Apple’s web browser has a default feature like Google Chrome. This function preserves the time of a session, the privacy of your online activities. Cookies, Historic sites and downloads are not stored when the feature is enabled

* Launch Safari.

* Click the Edit menu and then click Private Browsing.

* Click the OK button.

* Now you can surf in Private mode on your Safari browser.

Enjoy browsing in private =)

credit to tricks corner