Hacking Firefox

I was about to write an item about how all the enthusiasm about Firefox seemed a bit much, given some annoying issues I've had with the upstart Web browser. For instance, I had grown used to Internet Explorer's
Rob Hof

I was about to write an item about how all the enthusiasm about Firefox seemed a bit much, given some annoying issues I've had with the upstart Web browser. For instance, I had grown used to Internet Explorer's "inline autofill," which fills in the Web address you're typing before you're done, so I found the lack of this on Firefox more and more annoying. Then there's that tiny Google search box on the toolbar. Yes, you can type all the words you want, but you can't see them all later. And where's the print button? I never have gotten the hang of remembering "Ctrl P" instead.

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