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  • danielsaidi 10:19 am on April 5, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: chrome, firefox, ie, opera, safari,   

    fonts.com web fonts does not work with new Firefox 

    After automatically upgrading to the latest Firefox version, the fonts.com web fonts at my site have stopped working. Quite annoying!

    I guess that you really cannot expect a 3rd party plugin to work 100% with new browser updates. Still, this is not a problem at all in IE, Chrome, Safari, or Opera, where the fonts display as they should.

    Sadly, this issue is yet another annoyance in the downhill tale of Firefox. It’s slower than before, pushing out updates, asking me again again about updating my plugins etc. etc…and now this.

    Chrome has never felt closer to be my default browser.

    • Johan Driessen 12:58 pm on April 5, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      On the other hand, “Tabs from Other Computers” is awesome if you use multiple computers, and especially if you use firefox on your mobile phone as well. Oh, right, you’re using iPhone, Steve won’t let you… 🙂

      • danielsaidi 1:36 pm on April 5, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        Aaaaaw…but I want to 😦 No, but seriously…tabs from other computers? Call me a traditionalist, but doesn’t that seems like a weird thing to use tabs for? Why would I?

  • danielsaidi 11:24 pm on September 23, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: firefox, , scribefire,   

    Testing ScribeFire 

    So, here I am, testing the ScribeFire plugin for Firefox. Let’s see how this post turns out.

    Header 1

    Header 2

    Bold text
    Italic text
    Underlined text
    Striked-out text
    Larger text
    Smaller text
    Red text
    « (special character)

    Image from my computer

    Image already on the web

    MoE – Motion Capture Biped Demo

    Code block (I will add CSS to skin these later on)


    • Unordered list
    • Unordered list
    1. Ordered list
    2. Ordered list
  • danielsaidi 10:37 pm on September 23, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , firefox, , twitter, twitterbar   

    TwitterBar – THE Firefox plugin! 

    To all Twitter users, I have found THE Firefox plugin – TwitterBar! TwitterBar makes it possible to post tweets directly from the Firefox address bar. Just type a message and end it with –post, and TwitterBar will post it automatically…like this:

    (In the address bar) Testing TwitterBar --post

    I also assume that you are using the Twitter plugin for Facebook, which automatically updates your Facebook status for each new tweet…ah, the wonders of technology! 🙂


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