- this file is served as gzipped plain text; try
HEAD http://ci.mifos.org/irclogs/%23mifos/archive/2010/2010-01-04.log.gzand you should see
- when the same resource is viewed in Google Chrome, long lines wrap
- this might be a related question on doctype, but the "accepted answer" contains a broken link
- this didn't work for me (even the alternate version using
pre-wrapas opposed to
-moz-pre-wrapmentioned in a comment by user "Idran")
- using "View → Page Source", then toggling word wrap is a suitable workaround
If you just need to wrap plaintext files, try Ctrl-U (then View -> Wrap Long Lines, if not already checked). This solution is cleaner than an add-in with plaintext files, but sloppier with text embedded in html.
Go to the Firefox User Profile.
This is for applying a style to all web pages you view.
Firefox User Profile Folder --> Chrome -- > userContent.css (If this file is not present, make a copy of userContent-example.css and rename it!
This is for customizing Mozilla's user interface.
Firefox User Profile Folder --> Chrome -- > userChrome.css (If this file is not present, make a copy of userChrome-example.css and rename it!
Add to the bottom:
Save the file.]
Restart Firefox. Works with Firefox 26.
Here is an untested possibility, but the ideal solution if using
This avoids the ctrl-u or menu [page source] click and reduces manual labour in an automated computing environment.
For what it's worth, Firefox 22 (the current target as of this writing) will introduce a new feature to allow wrapping text files directly in the browser. See improved plain-text handling in Firefox for a preview, and Firefox bug 253564 for the gory details.