douglas wrote:^ those are for Firefox... OP is using Chromium.The addon for Firefox/Iceweasel called FireTitle and makes exactly what inescarate want.Window Title without appname.Sorry..
I'm using Ubuntu 11.10 and I'm having problems with global menu on Firefox 16. As you can see on this screenshot:
I have two titles, one for currently active window and one for firefox window, this is not the case with other apps. My global menu addon is activated, but when I deactivate it I have the same results.
There's been a number of people looking to install Firefox in Statler. Even though it is essentially the same thing as iceweasel, users are reporting that iceweasel is somewhat slower than Chrome or Firefox.Thankfully Clem at Linuxmint is now packaging Firefox for Debian. At the time of writing it is at version 3.6.8 which is more up to date than iceweasel which is at 3.5.11.
Unityfox is a firefox extension to add a download progress bar and active downloads count to the Firefox icon on the launcher in Unity.
See the effect:
To install this plugin, use your firefox browser to open: addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/unityfox/.
Click ‘Add to Firefox’ and it takes effect without restart firefox.
DownThemAll-A Download Manager extension for
I noticed not all firefox addons worked with Iceweasel.So i decided to install Firefox 3.6.2 just to see how it works.I can tell you this,,The addons i wanted ''Cooliris to name one'' installed no problem.Load time is faster then it ever was in 9.04,and to top it all off it kept all my iceweaselbookmarks and preferences.I really dont see any performance disadvantages to firefox
Shortcuts In Firefox:I did not leave much out, even some the most obvious like F11 but if I forgot some important one and you have some good suggestions, let me know.(chromium) means that in Chromium the shortcut is the same.Navigation ShortcutsForward, backward, home, address bar and search bar can be done via keyboard shortcuts:alt+left arrow : back (chromium)might not work in debian: solution u
The Kindle Cloud Reader (apparently) works in Firefox (since version 4 I think, which was released when? Last week? :)) but I am not able to get it to work in Iceweasel 11.I've used it previously in either Chrome or Chromium, so I know it works.
Natanji wrote:Does it happen in the same scenario for you? Or do you also see it somehow else than with Firefox? Can you also see it happening when the memory fills up? Please provide some more details! For me, this has been happening for a while already. Kernel 3.0 already had this bug for me, definitely...Happened with every web browser for me.