Comments for Mozilla Firefox

22 Aug 2012 04:00 domperignon

I've tried many web browsers but Firefox is simply the best

27 Jan 2010 21:28 rodrigo72lopes

the best browser!

13 Jul 2009 13:36 DoBar

Two weeks ago i desided to change my browser (form IE to Firefox) and i am still hooked :)

Up to know i installed:
- Adblock plus (to aviod commercial)
- Bable fish (to be able to read this forum, because i'm from germany and my english isn't the best ^^)
- Firbug and Search Status (pefect for developer)
- No Script (against Spam)
- Currency converter

Maybe you have some more tips for me :)

Greets Dobar

25 Mar 2007 15:15 akor

Re: Cool browser
sorry, for second post, i just remember one great firefox ads :) I hope you will glad to see that.


25 Mar 2007 15:04 akor

Cool browser
Guys, your browser is amazin. This is whole web platform, i just find free extentsion submitemnow which act like standalone application. This is really cool!. Please, continue your development!

29 Oct 2006 12:48 samulit

UI looks
Am I the only one who thinks the UI has taken a step backwards in FF2 release? The icon set has lost it's crisp and clear colours and general looks are just grayish.

26 Apr 2005 06:21 elgaard

What is there no Environment catergory?
See subj:

03 Jan 2005 22:15 tooar

Re: Spyware!


>

> So how you would rather do it. Search

> ebay without using ebay servers?

I'd be glad if only ebay server had been involved, but the problem was that the search requests were first sent to some 3rd party company. What was even worse is that this action hasn't been made public when the release came out.

Maybe you should try to search google for the topic?

Apart from this, why would a company like ebay pay for the search if they don't get any additional benefit? Even if they hadn't paid for it, they would have been included in the search, but then with the same server that processes the normal search requests from their website.

Fortunately, after lots of protests, Firefox has been fixed.

03 Jan 2005 20:09 edmcman

Re: Spyware!


> This has already been done with ebay,

> ie. ebay pays and search requests that

> are done through the Firefox toolbar for

> ebay are sent to a special server so

> ebay can log them. Of course they claim

> they won't do any harm with those

> information and they won't use it and so

> on. If you believe that...

So how you would rather do it. Search ebay without using ebay servers?

03 Jan 2005 16:22 tooar

Re: Spyware!


> You forgot the link to where the Mozilla

> foundation has decided Firefox will

> become spyware.

Sorry to say it, but it is more like you don't want to see what is already there.

A quote from link [1]:

"We provide access to search services from a range of sources including Google, Yahoo, Amazon, eBay and others you can see in Firefox. We expect to see some funds come to the Foundation as a result of our integrated search."

This has already been done with ebay, ie. ebay pays and search requests that are done through the Firefox toolbar for ebay are sent to a special server so ebay can log them. Of course they claim they won't do any harm with those information and they won't use it and so on. If you believe that...

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