Category Archives: Mozilla Labs

Delicious Personas

Personas, for those not familiar with it, is a Firefox add-on from Mozilla Labs that allows you to easily reskin the browser. Sort of like a theme, but different. This weekend I decided to make a bacon persona. It was … Continue reading

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Wheee!

On Monday I posted a Mozilla Labs blog entry discussing the APNG Edit extension I was releasing. Just for fun, I thought I’d convert my favorite Firefox Flicks video to the APNG format…. The compression algorithms in APNG and AGIF … Continue reading

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Chromatabs 2

I released an update to Chromatabs today… [Edit: It’s no longer in the AMO Sandbox.] This version adds the ability to color tabs based on the site’s favicon. (This is off by default; you can enable it in the extension’s … Continue reading

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A bit of bling

[Did I just use the word “bling”? I’m so, so, sorry.] The Mozilla offices have been humming with activity this week, with the influx of folks arriving for the Firefox Summit. We’ve been having some fascinating discussions on a variety … Continue reading

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Chromatabs followup

I’ve received quite a few useful comments from last week’s posting of Chromatabs, and I thought it might be nice to summarize some of it. Personally, I’m satisfied — though not thrilled — with the extension. The idea has merit, … Continue reading

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You are in a maze of twisty little tabs, all alike.

I had this idea for tweaking tabs floating around my head for a while, and last week I finally decided to implement it. The result is Chromatabs, and the UI aspects of it are discussed on today’s labs.mozilla.org posting. I … Continue reading

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