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Go to your Firefox components folder. The default path is C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\components Now open the file nsLoginManager.js with a text viewer (Notepad or Notepad++). Go to the function at around line 804 (varies with version of Firefox), which is: /* * _isAutoCompleteDisabled * * Returns true if the page requests autocomplete be ...


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I'd say it would be better to use a password manager plug-in like LastPass or 1Password.


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In many cases, installable web apps are just bookmarks. In Google Chrome they are called hosted apps. In addition to just acting like bookmarks, however, web apps can take advantage of additional permissions when they are "installed". They can run in the background (for notifications when a browser window is not open, for example), use unlimited storage on ...


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Firebug or Chrome Developer Tools is probably your best bet. Chrome Developer Tools has a "pretty print" feature that allows you to deobfuscate JavaScript code, making it easier to read. You can get the same feature in Firebug by installing the JavaScript Deminifier extension, or you can just use JSBeautifier if you want to deobfuscate an individual ...


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Use Last.fm Scrobbler as Chrome extension. 11,862 users. It should work. Sorry, being in India, couldn't try it out.


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There is no way to block a video within YouTube. You can block a user though by navigating to the users profile and clicking block user. If you are looking specifically for a browser extension then please flag this question for migration to SuperUser. (Browser extensions are off-topic here as per the FAQ)


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There's no way to tag or organize links by default. My suggestion is to use Delicious to store the shortened links. Delicious is an example, there are other sites such as pinboard, historious, scuttle where you can categorize links.


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You can use the extension you mentioned. Go to the options Select Filtering Select your name Add all types you want to apply And select "Move to Tab" Save your settings and refresh. You should get the following.


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Here is a link to a discussion on Google Product Forums that should point you in the right direction. Some of their suggestions include Gladinet, Memeo Connect, and a work around using a Print dialog to save directly to the drive. Good luck.


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Well, you can edit a bookmark in Firefox, although delete/create might be easier. Copy your current location From the menu, choose Bookmarks > Show All Bookmarks Find the bookmark you want to edit (easiest to use the search bar) and select it Paste your current location in the location field Close the window


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This Chrome extension automatically stops autoplay at Youtube but keeps on buffering. It's possible to open several tabs without the need to pause each one of them. The greatest drawback is that it will also pause playlists.


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What you are asking for is not possible in Google Talk or GMail integrated chat at all. And also it all depends on their cannot be any third-party extension or tool to implement it. It all depends on the service. It is possible in Skype because Skype allows it. Different services take these things differently. For example, here in SE, we can edit a comment ...


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if you're a firefox user, there's an add-on called youtube ratings preview. it shows the percentage of ratings on both search results and recommended videos on video page, but not on 'load more suggestions' results. not the ideal i guess, but it helps.


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There is a bookmarklet available for Firefox and IE called DrawHere. It doesn't allow you draw shapes or text but you can draw freehand using the mouse. EDIT There is also http://scribblet.org/ the UI is very simple (it uses keyboard shortcut to control the colour etc) but does pretty much the same as DrawHere.


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If you sign in with your account and search for a product there is an option on the left where the search filters are called "seller" Amazon is the first option.



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