Hi! This is Mooquackwooftweetmeow, a collection of stuff by Greg K Nicholson.
I'm often amazed by how many screenshots of Firefox include a critical update icon. A red disc in the top-right of the browser window means there is a critical update to Firefox available and that you should upgrade immediately.
I was going to entitle this entry Mozillanea but realised that was intensely naff.
I have one fairly major complaint about Gmail's web interface - you can't open multiple emails in tabs by middle-clicking. (Pot+kettle sidenote: one can't middle-click links in this weblog either, but that's an XSLT fault in Gecko.) In fact, it seems the links one clicks to open emails aren't really links at all (right-clicking offers no Open Link in New Tab/Window options). This would put me right off using Gmail permanently.
Mozilla browsers have long had an easter egg whereby if you enter about:mozilla into the location bar, you're presented with a nice quote from the Book of Mozilla.
Questions? Comments? Plaudits? Microblog at identi.ca/gregknicholson, or with the tag #mozilla; or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Big New Tab Button The newest entry: An add-on for Firefox. It makes the New Tab button bigger.
Into the Fire A selected entry: This entry is not a good idea.
Just Give Me A Back Button Another selected entry: An extension to remove the Forward button from Firefox.