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How to Export Bookmarks from Chrome and Import into Firefox 1. Export from Chrome Firstly, open Chrome and press Ctrl+Shift+O to open the Bookmark Manager. Now click the dropdown arrow beside Organize, select Export bookmarks to HTML file..., and now save the file somewhere you can find and access for the Import into Firefox step. 2. Import into Firefox ...


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Is there's a possibility to also see similar request logging for DNS resolution? Not using the developer tools. However, see later in this answer for instructions on how to enable HTTP logging (which includes DNS query logging). The only information you can get from the developer tools is the "Time taken to resolve a host name." which is in the "Timings" ...


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As long as the file is still in your download history, recent versions of Firefox have a "Retry" button nxt to the file in the download manager.


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I learned how to do it in this tutorial. When you download a file using Firefox it creates two files: one is named as the downloaded file and remain empty until the download finishes, the other is a .part file, which receives the downloaded content. So, let's say your internet connection failed and the download was interrupted. If you look in the ...


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Private mode doesn't disable extensions You can start Firefox as follows: firefox -private -safe-mode -private Opens Firefox in permanent private browsing mode. Firefox 3.6 and later only. -safe-mode Launches the application with all extensions disabled, for that launch only. (Extensions are not loaded, but are not permanently ...


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To associate a file extension with a program, you create a .desktop file (living at ~/.local/share/applications ) first for the program and then specify the association on the mimeapps.list (living too at ~/.local/share/applications ). For the specific case: create file ~/.local/share/applications/x64.desktop with the following content (If the x64 ...


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Doing a google search of your title, it seems that this is not possible nativley. Top result being this question in mozilla support website. There was another addon, "shortcutkey2url" that looked like it could make this happen, however https://codeyarns.com/2015/09/26/how-to-save-to-pocket-using-keyboard-shortcut-in-firefox/


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You can install a theme in one of the profiles to make it obvious which is which, https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/themes/


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The easiest way to this would be to disable Add-on compatibility checks. This can be done by installing Disable Add-on Compatibility Checks This add-on re-enables the functionality of extensions.checkCompatibility irrespective of the current application version and disables checking by default. This means that you will be able to install addons from any ...


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Point your bookmark at a local HTML document that immediately redirects to the desired destination. Link to a local favicon in the same directory. You may need to restart your browser before the favicon will show up on the bookmark. file:///[path]/example.html <html> <head> <meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0; url=http://www.example....



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