RE: [NTO] Firefox help
- Hi Christine and Others,
>All right, guys. Could this get any more annoying?The answer to this is probably I'm wrong, because I would think
>I'm finding that Firefox is displaying my .shtml pages exactly as I would
>view them in NoteTabPro: all source code.
>Is this another option I need to add, vs. having it built in?
that one of the web pros would have replied with it. I know using
html files like PHP need to have the server thingie on your
local hard drive to display correctly in the browser like it is
on the web. Perhaps SHTML does too. The following is from the
NoteTab Glossary under Help.
SHTML is an acronym for Server-parsed Hyper Text Markup Language
and is contained in a type of HTML file (.SHTML). The files
contain information that is specific to the web server it is on.
The commands are non-standard in the sense they need to be
interpreted by the Web Server where they reside. These non-
standard commands are replaced by standard HTML (or text) before
it is returned to the web browser so it may process it.
(I give up on FireFox. <g> Way too buggie for me. I might try the
TabMix one more time though. The TabExtensions cause problems and
definitely don't have them both installed at the same time.)
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The Firefox release notes have some good information:
The profile folder is located on these versions of Windows, by default
(It can be specified at another location):
Windows 2000, XP Documents and Settings\<UserName>\Application
Windows NT WINNT\Profiles\<UserName>\Application Data\Mozilla\Firefox
Windows 98, ME Windows\Application Data\Mozilla\Firefox
There is a profiles.ini, and pluginreg.dat and the directory with a
"salted" name for each user in the Firefox directory as listed above.
When you re-install Firefox, just copy the profile folder to the desired
location, and you should be good to go.
Kairos Computer Solutions
Sales Affiliate for Grisoft Anti-Virus
>To beat a dead horse...
>Can anyone tell me what files to save so I don't lose my settings, my
>currently open tabs (very important!) and if necessary (I don't think so) my
>favorites? (Are those IE driven?) IOW, is there a profile I should save?
>Those currently open tabs I don't want to lose.