Preferences Toolbar 2

Friday September 20th, 2002

Bill Lynch writes: "You mentioned the redesigned XulPlanet today [Thursday], but didn't mention the excellent Preferences Toolbar they have — I just installed it and it works great and is very helpful for developers."

The Preferences Toolbar allows you to quickly change many common user preferences without having to open a separate dialogue. It's recently been completely rewritten and a new version is now available. Preferences Toolbar 2 allows you to set even more prefs and adds user-agent string spoofing and several other useful features. This latest version is also completely customizable and can be easily toggled with a press of the F8 key. If that's not enough, there's also a button that takes you straight to MozillaZine. Go to the download page to install it now or get more information.

#17 mine too, more or less

by sproctor

Friday September 20th, 2002 2:15 PM

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I've had very similar problems.

I'm running 1.2a for linux (debian), the pref bar kills the location bar (aka, can't go to a new page). When I enter a URL and hit enter the current page reloads, not the page I typed in. I noticed some other issues... but those are inconsequential since I can't use it as-is. I got a crash when I tried to navigate once too.

mozilla starts for me, but I have no idea how to remove this thing. I'm looking forward to a release that doesn't mozilla to show this issues for me, until then, how do I get rid of it?