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Hi i was wondering if theres any way to bring back the http:// part in the address bar?
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Originally Posted by fredy09 View Post
Hi i was wondering if theres any way to bring back the http:// part in the address bar?
Type about:config in the address bar and then look for:

browser.urlbar.trimURLs

And change the value of it to the other one (not sure if true or false is what you want it on)

Think that should work.
post #943 of 7341
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I tried using Waterfox 7 and it seemed fine, then I decided to see if I could use Nightly at the same time and it seems I can't.

Do Firefox, Nightly and Waterfox all use the same profiles folder? Because they're all installed to different locations, yet they all seem to run Firefox.exe and I can't run two of them at once.
You could try this.
http://www.overclock.net/other-softw...-versions.html
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Thanks for the link, although I've found myself happy with Waterfox 6.0.2 so I'll just stick with that for now.
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Yeah, I've got my 7 different Firefox installs setup with separate profiles like that.
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post #946 of 7341
The internet download manager plugin isnt supported by waterfox?
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post #947 of 7341
WaterFox has been great.
But I have noticed since I have to use Flash 64bit... It likes to crash a lot. lol
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WaterFox has been great.
But I have noticed since I have to use Flash 64bit... It likes to crash a lot. lol
Funny you say that, Flash just crashed on me a few minutes ago. First time it's happened though.
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I think the 64bit plugin has some issues, I've had it crash a number of times on me too, it just freezes. That's the price you pay for participating on the bleeding edge.
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I see that Firefox 7 has been finished, any idea how long it will be before Waterfox 7 stable releases?
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