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PostSubject: Check out mah schmænzhe Firefox theme   Sat Mar 06, 2010 6:49 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Check out mah schmænzhe Firefox theme   Sun Mar 07, 2010 11:09 am

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PostSubject: Re: Check out mah schmænzhe Firefox theme   Sun Mar 07, 2010 11:38 am

SEX IN A BROWSER, no not that porn type, like a woman hanging off the side of the window. Pssshhh, forget it.
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PostSubject: Re: Check out mah schmænzhe Firefox theme   Sun Mar 07, 2010 12:03 pm

I WISH TO ACQUIRE THIS THEME!
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PostSubject: Re: Check out mah schmænzhe Firefox theme   Sun Mar 07, 2010 12:04 pm

THIS MAN SPEAKS THE TRUTH.
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PostSubject: Re: Check out mah schmænzhe Firefox theme   Sun Mar 07, 2010 12:57 pm

I haff to re-size some of the shit to fit all browsers. It looks uglier and the TG logo gets blurred.
I shalt release it if the Chief supplies a proper subsitude for zhe Løgeh.
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PostSubject: Re: Check out mah schmænzhe Firefox theme   Sun Mar 07, 2010 3:24 pm

First, i have to say, Opera is the best web browser now a days. Beats chrome at startup speed and loading speed. So it generally load the pages and itself faster than any other web browser. BTW, firefox is one of the slowest web browsers to launch, measuring by processing power and time it requires to start. Exclamation

Though, you can get a cool addon for firefox called Personas. It lets you choose from almost 70 000 skins and apply them, only by the click of a button. Razz

Lemme sho ye:


Opera also got many cool skins, which you can apply from the appearance options. Not as many as on the personas tho.
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PostSubject: Re: Check out mah schmænzhe Firefox theme   Sun Mar 07, 2010 3:54 pm

Here's why I prefer Firefox (And also why it wins over Opera and IE and Chrome in tests)

It's customizable (I use echtophone for twitter updates, greasemonkey for downloading videos from youtube and tons, TONS more, I use personas, there's also themes and over (Seriously) One fucking billion addons for it.
Great stuff. 5*s.
It's the second quickest browser after Chrome, but it's safer and has more features (Some really useful for Porn viewage, e.g. dump history from the last hour and twelve minutes for example) and just incredibly many features. It's also got a brilliantly working popup blocker.
It's the quickest to open tabs, and I use tabs ALL the time. Feels much less clunky then the other browsers. It's search features are by far the best, letting you search through text in all open windows, tabs and text.
It may be the slowest to start, but it only takes half a second for me - totally not a problem. Also, IE starts slower.
It also feels cozy and homeish due to it's customization and you can install dictionaries for it so it underlines wrongly written text on here, youtube, facepunch. Extremely useful.
I also love the quickjump toolbars. Awesome stuff.


BASICALLY/TL;DR

Firefox is better for me in every way I ever needed and ever will need.
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PostSubject: Re: Check out mah schmænzhe Firefox theme   Sun Mar 07, 2010 5:46 pm

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It's the second quickest browser after Chrome[/b]

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Both safari and IE is faster. Firefox is actually one of the slowest browsers you can find. But the fastest one ATM is Opera. It is generally faster at every function and loads quicker than any other browser. It also got a handy turbo mode for when you are at slow Internet connections, which reduces the quality on everything that takes long to load on a site, like pictures and shit. handy when I am at school. Opera also got all the other features that you mention, like the searching through pages for words (ctrl-f on ALL web browsers). It also checks the words as you spell them and makes a red line under any misspelled word and comes up with suggestions if you rightclick, OFC this can be disabeled.
The feeling of each browser comes from what you are used too. And since i recon you have used firefox for a long time, you must feel at home with it. I allso feel that way, but i know that the Opera is a better browser so im trying to get used to it now. Sofar it works great for me.

BTW, have you even tried Opera 10.50? It got out a coupple of days ago, and must be tried. The leap from 10.40 to 10.50 was revolutionairy. The people behind firefox has been saying that they are going to release a patch for it that makes it the fastest one. I have bin waiting 6 months for that now Sad

Opera also is much more customizable and has much better pop-up blocker, when I think abou it... i dont think i had had anny pop-ups since i started using it...

Opera also got handy mouse macros, like hold right-click and move up and down, and you refresh the page


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PostSubject: Re: Check out mah schmænzhe Firefox theme   Sun Mar 07, 2010 6:00 pm

spyp trollololoololol's SHUT UP AND DIE ! O.o
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PostSubject: Re: Check out mah schmænzhe Firefox theme   Sun Mar 07, 2010 6:20 pm

"Ok, ok. Firefox and Mozilla are clearly optimised for Linux, and Opera is clearly optimised for Windows. These optimisations are mostly obvious with the loading times, although there is also a little difference in the cache handling on the different operating systems. However, Opera seems to perform admirably well on most tasks, on any platform. When it comes to page rendering (tables, CSS or images), most of the major browsers perform very fast, with very little to distinguish between them. When it comes to scripts, Opera clearly holds its head above the others, nearly twice as fast as the others. The only one that comes close is Safari 2.0, but that is tied to the Tiger release of Mac OS (the recent WebKit nightlies claim to have a 20-30% speed increase on the JavaScript tests I use, but I recorded it taking a second longer - a much faster machine showed a similar slowdown)."

http://www.howtocreate.co.uk/browserSpeed.html#winspeed

So overall, Opera seems to be the fastest browser for Windows. Firefox is not faster than Internet Explorer, except for scripting, but for standards support, security and features, it is a better choice. However, it is still not as fast as Opera, and Opera also offers a high level of standards support, security and features.


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PostSubject: Re: Check out mah schmænzhe Firefox theme   Sun Mar 07, 2010 6:22 pm

Spypmeister wrote:
Zemog wrote:
It's the second quickest browser after Chrome[/b]

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Both safari and IE is faster. Firefox is actually one of the slowest browsers you can find.

Are you KIDDING me? IE is a TON slower then the other browsers, and although Chrome might be faster, I wouldn't notice since I've NEVER had ANY problems with slowdowns EVER. Everything loads faster then the eye can perceive so I wouldn't even see a difference.

Spypmeister wrote:
But the fastest one ATM is Opera. It is generally faster at every function and loads quicker than any other browser.

Might be well possible, but I wouldn't be able to notice.


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It also got a handy turbo mode for when you are at slow Internet connections, which reduces the quality on everything that takes long to load on a site, like pictures and shit. handy when I am at school. Opera also got all the other features that you mention, like the searching through pages for words (ctrl-f on ALL web browsers). It also checks the words as you spell them and makes a red line under any misspelled word and comes up with suggestions if you rightclick, OFC this can be disabeled.

Mozilla has crazy customization options as well as every other feature every other browser has (That I actually need/can think of). smug

Spypmeister wrote:
The feeling of each browser comes from what you are used too. And since i recon you have used firefox for a long time, you must feel at home with it. I allso feel that way, but i know that the Opera is a better browser so im trying to get used to it now. Sofar it works great for me.

BTW, have you even tried Opera 10.50? It got out a coupple of days ago, and must be tried. The leap from 10.40 to 10.50 was revolutionairy. The people behind firefox has been saying that they are going to release a patch for it that makes it the fastest one. I have bin waiting 6 months for that now Sad

Firefox 4.0 is out 18th of May.
I wouldn't need anything else so I've had nothing to gain from downloading another browser.

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Opera also is much more customizable and has much better pop-up blocker, when I think abou it... i dont think i had had anny pop-ups since i started using it...

Opera also got handy mouse macros, like hold right-click and move up and down, and you refresh the page

Me neither, so it isn't better nor worse.
It's less customizable.
Browse this:
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/
And this:
http://userscripts.org/

EDIT:
IE vs. Mozilla:

(Still processing)

Why would I need it any faster than THAT?
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PostSubject: Re: Check out mah schmænzhe Firefox theme   Sun Mar 07, 2010 7:13 pm

When did I say that IE was good? Shocked
I just said that it loads faster (on windows 7 that is)

IE is just a tool for downloading opera Razz

BTW, windows 7 PWNS Razz
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PostSubject: Re: Check out mah schmænzhe Firefox theme   Sun Mar 07, 2010 11:12 pm

Firefox no extension's


Firefox with extension's


Internet Explorer


Opera


Heres some official test of Opera Pre-Aplha and Opera 10.20-10.50 beta









Opera 10.20 Beta Test


Recent test



Opera Turbo

The staggering demand for mobile Internet access and connectivity for a range of Web-enabled devices creates numerous opportunities for operators and OEMs (and drives the innovation that keeps consumers satisfied), but fully realizing the opportunities requires innovative solutions. As the demand is met, more competition for limited bandwidth resources grows. Building on the strength of Opera Mini data compression technology, Opera Turbo™️ was developed to help optimize these resources.

Opera Turbo is a cross-platform solution, available for the Opera Desktop browser, Opera Mobile browser, and other Internet-enabled devices with Opera Devices SDK browsers. Opera Turbo compresses Web traffic by up to 80% — a 63.6% average in November 2009 — making the most of network resources and providing a better browsing experience.
Benefits

Operators, OEMs and consumers all reap the benefits of Opera Turbo's data compression and savings technology.

Operators can:
Reduce network traffic and save on data transmissions
Improve the Internet experience by increasing Web page download speeds and performance
Extend the longevity of mobile network investments
Stay ahead of the competition by deploying quickly
Increase user satisfaction and retention
Gain insights into consumer behavior

OEMs can:
Improve the Internet experience by increasing Web-page download speeds.
Achieve and maintain time to market
Enhance usability and user satisfaction
Deploy Opera browsers with Turbo across platforms and chipsets and with both low- and high-end hardware
Gain insights into consumer behavior

Consumers enjoy:
Improved Internet experience with browser speed and performance
Greater affordability and cost predictability
Optimized browsing experiences on low-end device hardware
A consistent, stable, high quality Internet experience across a variety of products
Technology: How Opera Turbo works

Opera Turbo uses advanced compression technology to speed up data transfer and to reduce the amount of data that needs to be downloaded. By leveraging its experience with server-side optimization solutions such as Opera Mini, Opera Software is extending optimization to encompass other Opera browser products.


Info about Opera 10.50


Opera 10.50 (with Opera Widgets for Desktop) for Windows changelog (Final)

Release date: March 2, 2010

New features
*Better integration with the Windows operating system
*Windows 7:
*Aero Glass
*Aero Peek
*Jump Lists
*Opera Carakan JavaScript engine
*Cross-platform bytecode interpreter for a new register-based instruction set
*Internal object model with automatic classification and inline property caching
*Machine code generation (JIT compiler)
*Divided garbage collection heap: automatically traverses the memory of active heaps
*Caching of compiled programs
*Reduced memory usage
*Additional Carakan information http://my.opera.com/core/blog/2009/12/22/carakan-revisited

Opera "O" tab and menu

The new Opera "O" tab and its associated menu (located on the left side of the Opera Tab bar) replaces the traditional Opera Menu bar. This increases vertical space in the Opera desktop window, and centralizes frequently used features and tools in one, convenient location. Optionally, the new Opera "O" tab and menu can be replaced with the traditional Opera Menu bar by clicking "Show Menu Bar" in the Opera "O" menu. This new Opera feature contains the following items.
*Tabs and Windows
*Page
*Print
*Bookmarks
*History
*Downloads
*Opera Unite
*Synchronize Opera
*Widgets
*Notes
*Mail and Chat Accounts
*Mail
*Contacts
*Appearance
*Settings
*Help
*Show Menu Bar
*Exit

Opera Presto 2.5 rendering engine

Opera 10.50 (with Opera Widgets for Desktop) for Windows contains the latest Opera rendering engine: Opera Presto 2.5, and incorporates the following features.
CSS
Support is added for:
*CSS 2.1 visibility: collapse
*See: W3C section 11.2 Visibility: the visibility property http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS2/visufx.html#visibility
*CSS3 border-radius property (rounded corners)
*See: W3C section 4.4. The border-radius properties http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-background/#the-border-radius
*CSS3 Backgrounds and Borders
*See: W3C CSS Backgrounds and Borders Module Level 3 http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-background/
*CSS3 2D Transforms
*See: W3C CSS 2D Transforms Module Level 3 http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-2d-transforms/
*CSS3 Transitions
*See: W3C CSS Transitions Module Level 3 http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-transitions/

HTML5
Support is added for:
*HTML5 <video> element DOM APIs to reflect changes in the specification
*See: W3C section 4.8.7 The video element http://www.w3.org/TR/html5/video.html
*HTML5 <video> seeking; enables seeking through videos that are not completely downloaded
*See: W3C section 4.8.10.9 Seeking http://www.w3.org/TR/html5/video.html#dom-media-seeking
*HTML5 <param> element (child of the HTML5 <object> element) support for controlling animations/scripts
*See: W3C Section B Object <param> attributes defined in WICD Core http://www.w3.org/TR/WICD/#param-elements
*See: W3C WICD 1.0 TestSuite and Implementation Matrix http://www.w3.org/2004/CDF/TestSuite/WICD_CDR_WP1/


SVG
*Support is added for:
*SVG buffered-rendering property
*See: W3C section 11.10.5 The buffered-rendering property http://www.w3.org/TR/SVGTiny12/painting.html#BufferedRenderingProperty
*Text search inside SVG
*See: W3C section 10.14 Text search http://www.w3.org/TR/SVGMobile12/text.html#TextSearch
*Animated raster images (APNG, GIF) in all the SVG elements that support raster graphics, i.e., <image>, <foreignObject>, and <feImage>
*See: W3C section 2.2.4 Animation http://www.w3.org/TR/SVGTiny12/concepts.html#Animation
*See: W3C section 16.2 Animation elements http://www.w3.org/TR/SVGTiny12/animate.html#Animation.class

Opera Vega graphics library
*Renders all graphics in Opera
*Employs rounded corners, box shadow, animations, etc.
*Contains improved support for SVG and the HTML 5 <canvas> element
*Additional Vega information http://my.opera.com/core/blog/2009/02/04/vega

Opera Widgets for Desktop

Although they run outside the browser, Opera Widgets have been treated as entities inside the browser in many respects. The new Opera Widgets for Desktop ends this dependency on the browser and moves Opera Widgets to the next level: that of first-class applications. Above all, Opera Widgets for Desktop gives widgets the potential to replace some native applications on the computer.

Opera Widgets for Desktop includes the following features:
*Support for View Modes through the W3C Widgets Module API:
*See: W3C Widgets 1.0: View Modes Media Feature http://www.w3.org/TR/widgets-vmmf/
*A Widget menu located within the new Opera "O" menu, or optionally from the traditional Opera Menu toolbar. Menu options include:
*Get Widgets
*Manage Widgets... (opens the Widgets panel in the Opera user interface)
*What are Opera Widgets?
*Widget lifespans are separated from the Opera desktop browser.
*Each widget runs in a separate process.
*Integration with the operating system includes support for creating desktop and menu-based application shortcuts.
*Widget control buttons organize important actions:
*Move
*Close
*Minimize
*Settings
*Support is provided for different widget modes such as "Application" and "Widget".
*A new widget installation/uninstallation process is supported:
*Uninstallation from "Add/Remove Programs" in the Windows Control Panel
*Notification pop-ups are supported.
*Password manager is supported.
*File I/O (Input/Output) access is supported.
*The upgrading of installed widgets from current to new runtime is supported.
*Improved support for Opera Dragonfly is provided.
*Remote debugging is possible; configurable via a widget's context menu.

Download acceleration software compatibility
*Support is added for download acceleration software (user option), which integrates a user's favorite download accelerator with *Opera.
*Check box activation is located at: opera:config#UserPrefs|UseExternalDownloadManager

Non-modal notification messages
*Notification message windows no longer interrupt workflow
*JavaScript alerts, HTTP notifications, password manager, etc., now display as page overlays.
*Switching of tabs or windows while these dialogs are displayed is now allowed.

Private browsing
*Creating, browsing, and then closing private tabs and private windows removes all records of Web sites visited through them.
*Using the new Opera "O" tab and menu, go to:
*Tabs and Windows > New Private Tab
*Tabs and Windows > New Private Window
*Using the traditional Opera Menu bar, go to:
*File > New Private Tab
*File > New Private Window


Web Storage
*Support is established for:
*Session storage: offers a temporary storage of data
*Warning dialogs when exceeding storage quotas for web storage
*The user can increase, or set unlimited quotas for web storage
*Local storage: stores data for a longer period until the user explicitly clears it
*The Address field autocomplete list now includes opera:webstorage
*Added a "Delete Web storage databases" check box item in the "Delete private data" detailed options dialog
*See: W3C Web Storage Working Draft http://www.w3.org/TR/webstorage/


Web SQL Database
*Support is established for:
*Storage of data in a more structured manner
*Querying data using SQL
*Warning dialogs when exceeding storage quotas for web database
*The user can increase, or set unlimited quotas for web database
*Added a "Delete Web storage databases" check box item in the "Delete private data" detailed options dialog
*The Address field autocomplete list now includes opera:webdatabases
*See: W3C Web SQL Database WWorking Draft http://www.w3.org/TR/webdatabase/
*Changes since Opera 10.50 beta 2 (with Opera Widgets for Desktop)
*User interface

Added
Download acceleration software compatibility (user option); integrates a user's favorite download acceleration software with Opera
*Check box activation located at: opera:config#UserPrefs|UseExternalDownloadManager
*A keyboard shortcut for new private windows: Ctrl+Shift+N
*Support for View Modes through the W3C Widgets Module API:
*See: W3C Widgets 1.0: View Modes Media Feature http://www.w3.org/TR/widgets-vmmf/


Improved
*Created a visual design to distinguish between private and non-private windows
*Removed hardcoded icons from HTML5 <input> elements
*Skins can now specify the system color scheme as default
*Changed the private mode icon in the context menu
*Translations have been updated in Opera Unite applications


Fixed
*A white line appearing between a maximized Opera window and the Vista/Windows 7 taskbar
*Closing tabs from the Task bar leaving a ghost tab in the Task bar list
*Opera Link only partially synchronizing data (bookmarks)
*A problem when restarting Opera with "Manage bookmarks" and one or more tabs open
*Windows Media Player plug-in not initializing
*An issue when enabling the print preview option
*Data loss occuring when shutting down the computer while Opera is still closing
*Context menus not appearing in source view
*A problem when opening a private tab
*Only part of a page being visible with Aero Peek after zooming in
*A problem when correcting spelling with the keyboard in single-line form fields
*Several tab-modal dialog problems
*Minimized tabs not resizing to window when activated
*Minimized tabs not displaying after restart
*Popups being dragged out and not being able to be brought back in
*Non-modal dialogs disappearing into the browser chrome
*Pop-up windows not being skinnable
*Gmail not working in private browsing mode
*A problem setting an image on a Web page as a Speed Dial background via the context menu
*Switching the color scheme from "Windows Aero" to "Windows Vista Basic" and back again corrupts title bar
*A scrolling issue which freezes the user interface
*Opera Turbo not working correctly
*An issue with "Find in page" search if search string starts with a space
*Several issues with Adobe Shockwave


Display and scripting
Added
*Video seeking
*Now possible to seek through videos that are not completely downloaded
*When skipping forward, unwanted sections will not be downloaded
*See: W3C section 4.8.7 The video element http://www.w3.org/TR/html5/video.html

Improved
*Numerous updates to the Carakan JavaScript engine
*JavaScript resize clipping, and automatic maximizing of restored tabs and child windows
*The DEP (Data Execution Prevention) message

Fixed
*An issue when disconnecting from Opera Dragonfly remote debug mode
*A problem when embedding with SVG content
*Uninitialized data being displayed when using content blocking
*Several issues with Microsoft Silverlight
*An issue with WinXP toolbar integration
*A potential memory leak in context menus
*An issue with User JS and Browser JS


Mail, news, chat
*Added:
*Support for localized webfeeds and webmail providers
*Fixed
*Absense of context menus for the fields: To, CC, Subject, etc.
*Attachments being displayed multiple times after deleting mail
*Occasionally opening mails in new windows shows a blank mail window
*An issue when replying to an e-mail
*A problem when double-clicking on "Sent" mail


Network
*Added
*<video> seeking using HTTP byte range requests
*Created HTTP range based cache subsystem to support <audio> and <video>
*Fixed
*Various issues with Opera Widgets
*A firewall alert occurring when starting Opera on Windows 7


Security
Fixed
*Fixed vulnerability in Renegotiation feature of the TLS protocol
*See our advisory http://www.opera.com/support/search/view/944/
*See our Opera Security blog article http://my.opera.com/securitygroup/blog/2010/01/23/alpha-testing-tls-renego-fix
*For your reference, this security fix was implemented in the Opera 10.50 (with Opera Widgets for Desktop) beta 1 for Windows release on February 11, 2010.
*Fixed a moderately severe security issue; details will be disclosed at a later date.
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PostSubject: Re: Check out mah schmænzhe Firefox theme   Sun Mar 07, 2010 11:25 pm

Equilibrium wrote:

[size=18]Firefox with extension's


Fuck yeah, that's what I love!
In fact, I've always loved American muscle cars, for example Charger SRT8, RAM or the Hummer H3.

Who the fuck need speed and style anyway when you can just mush it under your gigantic treads. Very Happy


(Firefox, when asked about IE)



EDIT: I tried Opera 10.50 and I was surprised to find out it was actually slower then Mozilla.
It doesn't add up to the benchmarks, but it might have something to do with how I've set up Mozilla to be quick, efficient and pretteh.
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PostSubject: Re: Check out mah schmænzhe Firefox theme   Sun Mar 07, 2010 11:43 pm

Your choice.

That was a post about how efficient opera was.

What tests did you run?

Some screen-shots would be appreciated.
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PostSubject: Re: Check out mah schmænzhe Firefox theme   Mon Mar 08, 2010 2:49 pm

Look at the video I posted. Razz

Don't really need anything quicker then that... and yes, I do need something that big.
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PostSubject: Re: Check out mah schmænzhe Firefox theme   Mon Mar 08, 2010 3:42 pm

Zemog wrote:
Look at the video I posted. Razz

Don't really need anything quicker then that... and yes, I do need something that big.

The video you posted is not a test nor can it prove that its faster due to that you only loaded different web-pages.

Also you might have had those web-pages pre-cached.

You should run some real test's like the one's i have shown.

Thats the only way to realy prove how fast the browser is at different tasks.

Though i respect that you choose FF. Its a completely personal choice.

If you want to prove who's the fastest run the test's.
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PostSubject: Re: Check out mah schmænzhe Firefox theme   Mon Mar 08, 2010 3:49 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Check out mah schmænzhe Firefox theme   Mon Mar 08, 2010 4:14 pm

Zemog wrote:

Now that was a productive answer Razz
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PostSubject: Re: Check out mah schmænzhe Firefox theme   Mon Mar 08, 2010 6:29 pm

i think that means he thinks you and spyp are trolling ;D 4
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PostSubject: Re: Check out mah schmænzhe Firefox theme   Mon Mar 08, 2010 6:31 pm

Nice interpretation, but...












No.





Read this thread:
http://www.facepunch.com/showthread.php?t=873040
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PostSubject: Re: Check out mah schmænzhe Firefox theme   Mon Mar 08, 2010 6:33 pm

my eyes have seen your point Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Check out mah schmænzhe Firefox theme   Tue Mar 09, 2010 3:54 am



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PostSubject: Re: Check out mah schmænzhe Firefox theme   Tue Mar 09, 2010 8:36 pm

Zemog wrote:
Here's why I prefer Firefox (And also why it wins over Opera and IE and Chrome in tests)

It's customizable (I use echtophone for twitter updates, greasemonkey for downloading videos from youtube and tons, TONS more, I use personas, there's also themes and over (Seriously) One fucking billion addons for it.
Great stuff. 5*s.
It's the second quickest browser after Chrome, but it's safer and has more features (Some really useful for Porn viewage, e.g. dump history from the last hour and twelve minutes for example) and just incredibly many features. It's also got a brilliantly working popup blocker.
It's the quickest to open tabs, and I use tabs ALL the time. Feels much less clunky then the other browsers. It's search features are by far the best, letting you search through text in all open windows, tabs and text.
It may be the slowest to start, but it only takes half a second for me - totally not a problem. Also, IE starts slower.
It also feels cozy and homeish due to it's customization and you can install dictionaries for it so it underlines wrongly written text on here, youtube, facepunch. Extremely useful.
I also love the quickjump toolbars. Awesome stuff.


BASICALLY/TL;DR

Firefox is better for me in every way I ever needed and ever will need.


Aw crap! I've had greasemonkey for ages, but i didn't know how to dl YT vids! Can you give me a tut on how via pm? Very Happy
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