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Gmail's web page is running MANY scripts in the background on timers, etc. These take up memory as they work. Your "Saved" copy won't have these scripts (at least not in a working/running manner), and their associated objects in memory. If you use a memory profiler (built into most modern browsers' development tools) you can see what's actually using ...


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If you click the arrow icon in the top-right of the Firebug window, it should show the Style options for you: Edit: In response to your question below, you can move the sidebar between the right and bottom of the screen by toggling the "Vertical Panels" option in the main Firebug menu:


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I found a new addon that can be used to recover lost postdata: Form History Control The author claims: This plugin also stores text from editor fields as you type, so you never have to loose your work when disaster strikes. Recover your lost work after session timeouts, network failures, browser crashes, power failures and all other things that ...


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I searched over and found no ready-to-use library or add-on. Basically one can add or edit cache entries, by editing raw cache structure (_CACHE_MAP_, _CACHE_001_, ...), but this is not trivial. These are useful link for parsing a cache directory: https://code.google.com/p/firefox-cache-forensics/wiki/FfFormat ...


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Take a look at the noscript firefox extension. By default all js is disabled. You then selectively enable it as and when needed: The NoScript Firefox extension provides extra protection for Firefox, Seamonkey and other mozilla-based browsers: this free, open source add-on allows JavaScript, Java, Flash and other plugins to be executed only by trusted web ...



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