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Now that Firefox 2 has been released and the Modify Headers upgrade to support it completed, I have finally got round to fixing an usability issue that has been irritating me for a while. Previously when clicking the Edit button, … Continue reading
This point release provides support for Firefox 2 final release. Please install from Mozilla Update.
Volantis has released a tool that enables anybody to mobilize their website. The mobilization does not happen on the fly, instead this service takes a copy of the content and transforms it into a device independent format. Predefined rules are … Continue reading
This release simply provides the version number for Firefox 2. It will allow Modify Headers to be installed on the release candidates and the final 2.0 version. As always, install at Mozilla Update. Please report any issues at modifyheaders.mozdev.org.
This new release provides support for Firefox 2.0b2, Flock, Seamonkey and the Mozilla Suite. The install for all browsers can be found at Mozilla Update. (This works for Flock too). Please report any issues at modifyheaders.mozdev.org.
A user of Nvu asked for Modify Headers to be ported to the mozilla based editor. Version 0.5.2 for Nvu is now available. If there are any issues, please post them in bugzilla.
I’m in the process of porting Modify Headers to Flock and Seamonkey. If anyone is interested in beta testing these versions prior to release, please mail me at modifyheaders-owner _at_ mozdev.org. The Flock version is ready to go, but the … Continue reading
My wife made a comment this morning that I should update my website as it had been a while since anything changed. I couldn’t remember when I last posted, so I had a look… 18th February! I can’t believe it, … Continue reading
Yesterday I went looking for recommended Thunderbird extensions and found an article, published Wednesday at Newsforge, about Must-have Firefox and Thunderbird extensions. To my surprise, on page 2 under Web developer tools, was listed Modify Headers. It’s great to know … Continue reading