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Jan
3
comment Starting Firefox with a specified profile from the dock (Mac OS X)
@DanielBeck: Thanks for the tip! Somehow I missed it when you posted it. Note to other readers: you will need the -n flag (as in open -n -a Firefox.app --args -no-remote -P ...) to open multiple instances, as by default open focuses the existing application.
Jun
4
comment Firefox - always show the tabs in fullscreen mode
Perfect with <addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/prospector-lessChrome-HD/…;, which auto-hides the navigation bar.
Feb
8
awarded  Student
Feb
8
asked Changing default width/size of the auto-filter popup in Excel 2007
Jan
16
awarded  Commentator
Jan
10
comment How to get git-completion.bash to work on Mac OS X?
For those wondering how to combine that PS1 thing with colors in your prompt see: stackoverflow.com/questions/816790/…
Jan
10
comment How to get git-completion.bash to work on Mac OS X?
github.com/git/git/raw/master/contrib/completion/…
Dec
7
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
30
answered Starting Firefox with a specified profile from the dock (Mac OS X)
Jan
25
awarded  Autobiographer
Jan
25
answered Firefox: Using multiple instances with different profiles?
Nov
2
answered How to share my Firefox extension set?
Oct
25
comment Increasing the size of all Flash videos in Firefox
View -> Zoom in the browser. Or Ctrl(Command)+"+".
Oct
25
answered Why is Firefox 3.0 so slow in Linux?
Oct
25
answered Increasing the size of all Flash videos in Firefox
Oct
8
comment Why does firefox load significantly faster on the second launch?
alex: Sorry, I guess for me the basic answer (something somewhere is cached) is obvious, so I expected the OP to want to know the particulars :)
Oct
8
awarded  Teacher
Oct
8
answered Why does firefox load significantly faster on the second launch?
Oct
8
awarded  Critic
Oct
8
comment Why does firefox load significantly faster on the second launch?
That's a gross simplification. "Firefox" itself is not cached, but many things it accesses on startup are indeed cached.