Firefox, Thunderbird Minor Upgrades Released
Tuesday June 29th, 2004
mozilla.org today released upgrades to both Firefox 0.9 (0.9.1) and Thunderbird 0.7 (0.7.1) to fix some minor bugs present in both releases. Both releases correct some flaws in the extension system that some users may have been experiencing, as well as a new icon set for the navigation toolbar on Windows and Linux in Firefox 0.9.1. All users of both products should get this upgrade. Builds are available for Firefox 0.9.1 and Thunderbird 0.7.1, as well as updated release notes (Fx, Tb) for both.
#17 Installing extensions
Tuesday June 29th, 2004 5:40 AM
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1) Will installing multiple extensions and restarting once introduce any errors? It is a pain in the neck to restart FF every time.
2) Is there a way to have extensions installed by default in a customized firefox installation? I was able to install PubMed toolbar extension in Mozilla 1.6 by default, but Firefox seems a different stroy.
3) I found an extension "Switch Proxy Tool" <http://update.mozilla.org…ox&id=125&vid=187> which is nice for using "privoxy" <http://www.privoxy.org/> and/or anonymous proxies. In this age (GW) of degrading privacy, wouldn't it be nice if Mozilla Firefox came (default install) with a list of anonymous proxies?