This is awesome, particularly the ability to screenshot specific elements using element-specific flags: Firefox DevTools has now added a screenshot command, so you can take screenshots directly from the Console .@ioctaptceb wrote about the new `:screenshot` functionality in the Console https://t.co/sg3hjvmEQx An early version is in DevEdition, the latest and nicest in @FirefoxNightly 📸 pic.twitter.com/CFQB6vDY7q […]
I love using Firefox as my primary browser. I prefer using it for a variety of reasons. Lately, though, I’ve noticed that it’s become a bit of a resource hog, and I can’t work out why?
My little trip down memory lane to the release of Firefox 3 and the robot artwork used to announce its emergence.
When it comes to unboxing videos, this Firefox unboxing video is the weirdest I’ve ever seen! I have Firefox set as my default browser on my work laptop, primarily for performance reasons: Chrome is just too heavy for my somewhat underpowered Lenovo laptop, even running Ubuntu Linux.
I’ve been a Firefox fan since Firefox was in pre-1.0 beta. Even though it isn’t my primary browser at the moment (wait 5 minutes, my defaults can change without notice), I still love what it stands for and the work the Mozilla Foundation is doing. This video nicely encapsulates that mission: I love this idea […]
One of the reasons I stopped using Firefox as my primary browser was something pretty small, but annoying: a seemingly random cursor on the screen. I couldn’t work out how to stop it from appearing when I clicked on the screen until I found this forum post titled “Firefox shows a blinking “edit” cursor in […]
Mozilla’s decision to implement DRM code is disappointing and Cory Doctorow’s article titled “Firefox’s adoption of closed-source DRM breaks my heart” is worth reading for his perspectives. I noticed one positive aspect of the Firefox implementation, though – There are other ways in which Mozilla’s DRM is better for user freedom than its commercial competitors’. […]
Update (2014-04-30): I tried it out for a bit and then encountered two things that bugged me enough to switch back to Chrome: A blinking cursor on a random space on a page that I have seen in previous versions and irritates me; The Evernote extension is about 2 generations behind the current Chrome and […]