Mozilla Exporter is a utility that converts the configuration files of the Mozilla Web browser from the format used by the Linux version to the format used by the Windows version. This allows you to use the same Mozilla configuration data in both Windows and Linux.
|Tags||Communications Email Archiving Internet Web Browsers|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux Windows|
Release Notes: The code was rewritten in ANSI C. Usage has been made simpler: you now only need to set the correct path to prefs.js and the program executable in mozexp.bat and mozexp.sh. Mozexp now identifies if you are under Windows or Linux, modifies the path in the configuration files (prefs.js and panacea.dat) if they are not updated, and then it starts the browser.
Release Notes: The writing problem in the Linux version has been fixed.
Release Notes: The code was revised. Both the Windows version and the Linux version can now convert profiles from Linux to Windows and from Windows to Linux.
Release Notes: This release has support for folder names in panacea.dat, and prefs.js, and support for the default search engine in prefs.js.