Hi All, Welcome and thanks for visiting;
Following on from my recent post “How to Show the http:// or https:// URL Scheme in the Firefox Address Bar”
I have received a few questions and concerns regarding “Add-Ons” or should I say the lack of them!
One of the comments received was from my good friend Mouh Azizoun from http://blog.effortlessebookwriting.com Mouh decided not to go ahead with the update as he did not want to lose some of his Add-On’s he was using … so maybe this will help Mouh?
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Ok, Moving on: Firefox Add-Ons and “7″ Reasons to be Cheerful and Upgrade
The Issue of The Missing ADD-Ons
Add-on incompatibilities have been a fairly common phenomenon each time Mozilla releases a new version of its free Firefox browser, but following the launch of Firefox 7 on 27th September this year, a different kind of add-on problem raised it’s head!