Note: If you need assistance on implementing these instructions, ask in the mozilla.support.firefox newsgroup. Not in a comment to this blog post. Let’s say you are the administrator of one or more installations of Mozilla Firefox and you want to lock certain settings/options, so users cannot edit them. For instance you may want to prevent [...]
If anyone cares, I have not been doing tech support in the past few days. I’ve been feeling a little burnt out. I’ll probably be back at the end of the week.
It’s funny how every time the Mozilla Foundation releases security updates for their products, they are praised for keeping their products secure; but when Microsoft releases a security patch, they are chastised for releasing a vulnerable product to begin with.
If I get another duplicate item in any of the RSS feeds I subscribe to in Mozilla Thunderbird, I’m going to puke! This is a known bug [Bug 258465]. What’s worse is there seems to be no pattern. At least something to help coders identify the source of the problem, so they can figure out [...]
This blog post is not a comparison of Firefox and Netscape 8. I’ve been doing some prototype and pre-beta testing of Netscape 8, which is built off the Mozilla Firefox code. Netscape has recently released the Beta version, and made it available to the general public. When such a variation of the Mozilla code is [...]
This being my first blog post, it begs the question, “Why blog?” CNN and The Daily Show have been making a big deal about blogging; but I still don’t understand what the big deal is. When Homer Simpson was building his infamous MrX website, Lisa told him, “you have to offer people something.” What’s ironic [...]