Jesse Ruderman » New features for extension developers in Firefox 1.5. SVG support SVG is W3C specification providing resolution-independent scalable vector graphics, along with a DOM.
Firefox 1.5 supports a subset of SVG 1.1. For more information, see SVG in DevMo. Canvas Support <canvas> is a scriptable bitmap drawing surface. Hidden referrer column for history Extensions can now access the referrer information for pages stored in the browser history. API for prioritizing HTTP connections The Mozilla networking library now supports the prioritization of connections to a specific server. API for configuring proxies It is now possible for extensions to easily override the proxy configuration without affecting user-visible preferences. API for managing user and UA stylesheets Extensions can now register stylesheet URIs as additional user and UA stylesheets. Site-specific user style sheet rules Firefox now supports site-specific user style sheet rules.
Dynamic Overlays Loading of XUL overlays after the document has been displayed is now supported. XTF Support. The Ultimate Flock Extensions List. Rapidshare Download Limits and Waiting Time too long? Click here –Small update (Thursday, Nov.24 2005) Del.icio.us 0.5.9 - For those who prefer not to use the “synchronize bookmarks” on flock, here is a little extension that ads a set of options on the right-click menu. It allows you to easily add sites you like to your personal collection of links on del.icio.us , to categorize those sites with keywords, and to share your collection. Fire something 1.7.0 - Just for laughs. Windows update 1.1.4 - (windows only) Adds “Windows Update” item to the Firefox Tools menu, and launches Internet Explorer to the Windows Update site when clicked.
–Update #5.1 (Monday, Nov. 14 2005) Viamatic foXpose 0.1 - Click on the icon in the status bar to view all the browser windows in thumbview with a single click. Internet Explorer Tab 1.0.6 (Official) - Allows you to view a webpage with Internet Explorer but within the Flock browser inside a tab. –Update #4. FUEL. Official FUEL documentation is here, on Mozilla Developer Center.
If you have any input, questions or comments, please send them to Mark Finkle (mfinkle) or John Resig (jresig). Version 0.1 (Finished Feb 28, 2007, Landed in Firefox 3.0a4) Version 0.2 (Finished June, 2007, Landed in Firefox 3.0a6) More. PDF Download - no more problems with PDF and Firefox! Jedbrown.net. Mozdev.org - delicious: index. Delicious links for ui.