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Using Keyconfig If you use many web applications like GMail and Remember the Milk, you may want to get access to them using a single key binding. In Firefox you can use the following snippet together with the Keyconfig extension to cycle between all tabs matching the regular expression re if no tab matches, open […]

Many sites (for instance aula.au.dk) sends binary files using the application/octet-stream mime type. This is annoying for Firefox users, as they presented with a dialog asking Would you like to save this file? instead of showing the standard dialog offering both the options Open with and Save file. Bug 327323 has a patch that uses […]

GMail has a nice keyboard accelerated web interface making it competitive to desktop mail clients as Thunderbird and even Mutt. One reason I stayed with Mutt for a long time was the ability to integrate with Vim. I switched to GMail’s web interface for other reasons, but nevertheless it was delightful to discover ItsAllText; a […]

Update (2010-04-25): You might want to check out this add-on instead… I just found a tip to display access keys in Firefox, like next[p], if the link has P as the access key. While (disappointingly) not featured extensively on the Internet, access keys might become handy for browsing online documentation (especially if you know what […]