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Mint : It’s like Firefox for Stats

No, Mint isn’t another new offering from Mozilla, but rather well designed stats package for your website. Not only does it look good, it’s also very easy to use and extendable! Mint costs $30 and you install it your webserver. It’s PHP based and requires a database but it’s really simple to setup and use. […]

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iPox 0.5 – Scrollbars

If you haven’t seen it already. iPox has been updated to 0.5. Lots of fixes in this version including the annoying drop down issues on XP. For features, I have added scrollbars!! Head over to Mozilla to get the latest release. Full list of what’s new in v.5 – Fixed Auto Fill (drop down) bug […]

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iPox Hacks – Bookmarks Bar

New Hacks Documentation -> Two complaints I hear again and again are that people don’t like the blue of the bookmarks bar or they don’t want the icons in the bookmarks bar. Well good news. We can fix that for you. Update: Get Stylish and you don’t have to worry about finding or editing the […]

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Portable Applications

Myself, I haven’t tired this, but it looks cool! Portable applications are just applications that store all your preferences and related files together. It could be on a USB drive, Zip disk or iPod. Perfect for taking your bookmarks, mail and setting with you when you go. Sounds like a great idea to me. Use […]

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iPox for Thunderbird?

One of my biggest requests is iPox for Thunderbird. Where it’s a great idea, I’m not working on it. The time it takes to create a good theme is more that I have available. I like to think that I’ve done well with iPox so far, but there are still many issues to fix. With […]

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Interesting sites of the day.

Gollum Browser – Browse the Wikipedia in this web based browser. Come complete with keyword suggestions and a browser like interface. Kind of cool but is it really useful? 50 Best Firefox Extensions for Power Surfing – An excellent post about how you can transform the basic Firefox browser into something much more. Riffs – […]

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iPox 0.4 – Buttons!

iPox 0.4 is getting released today! I have now themed all the default Firefox toolbar icons. I’m not 100% satisfied with them, but they work pretty good for now. I even added a mouse over state to each one. Rollover the back button, or any button, and it’ll highlight blue. I haven’t really checked much […]

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InLine Spell Check for Firefox

It’s true, there is support for inline spell check in Firefox! When I upgraded Firefox yesterday my SpellBound didn’t work so I did a little searching and found the developers preview of SpellBound. Not only did it work in Firefox 1.5.0.1 but it came with a new feature; inline spell check! Now, just like Thunderbird, […]

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Mozilla SeaMonkey 1 Review

I’ve downloaded Mozilla SeaMonkey 1.0 and I’m using it right now.  I was all excited as I thought SeaMonkey would be Firefox+Thunderbird+Nvu all rolled into one.  Not Quite. First off, SeaMonkey has an identity crisis on it’s hands.  I started it up and it felt like 1997 with Netscape 4.7.  Seriously people, either make a […]

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iPox Gets Big Buttons & Shine

Now, shinner than ever is iPox v0.35! New in this release is the return of the much missed big buttons and some makeovers. The tabs and main toolbar background have gone from the ‘two tone’ kinda shine, to the full glossy look. So sweet! 🙂 Oh, and for the third time, the main buttons got […]

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