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Mozilla Firefox Treats

Monday, July 23, 2007

Here are yet another set of nifty tricks you can do with Mozilla Firefox:


Firefox within Firefox
  1. Open your Mozilla Firefox
  2. In the address bar, type the following URL: chrome://browser/content/browser.xul
See what happens :)


The Firefox Joke
  1. Open your Mozilla Firefox
  2. In the address bar, type the following: about:mozilla
You will see the following text (Sorry Spoiler =P):
"And so at last the beast fell and the unbelievers rejoiced. But all was not lost, for from the ash rose a great bird. The bird gazed down upon the unbelievers and cast fire and thunder upon them. For the beast had been reborn with its strength renewed, and the followers of Mammon cowered in horror."
- From The Book of Mozilla, 7:15
It's up to you to interpret what it says. Mammon, Microsoft, Beast, Internet Explorer... Ladeedadeeda...

Source: www.eeggs.com

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  1. Anonymous notoryus said:


    to add on on your topic, mozilla have engine for running thin-client window based application. It is called XUL. the cool part is you can create a XUL application in windows and you can run it in other OS which supports mozilla and vice versa. XUL apps has the ability to transact with a webservice.

  1. Anonymous Anonymous said:

    cool stuff! just tried it on my browser

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