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About QuickJava

QuickJava is a Firefox extension that allows you to easily enable/disable Java, JavaScript, Images, Flash and more directly from the toolbar and/or status bar! (Need help?)

Wednesday, October 19, 2005

QuickJava 0.4 Approved

QuickJava 0.4 Released

This version allows you to middle-click either icon and will toggle BOTH at the same time. This is in addition to all of the previous edition features.

6 comments:

  1. Um, downloaded it and can't find it. Where would this baby be hiding?

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  2. You downloaded it or did the install? If you just downloaded the XPI file then you will need to locate where you saved it to (check your download manager)... then find the file and click-and-drag it to Firefox, this will install it.

    After it's installed (by the manual method or by the install method on mozilla.org) then you will need to re-start Firefox (as with any extension installation) and it should be two small icons down on the status bar (if your status bar is not shown then go to the menu "Tools" then select "Status Bar")

    Hope that helps.
    -Doug

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  3. downloaded it, but can't find the file to install. Did a search on QuickJava but nothing turned up. It doesn't ask where to be saved. It just downloades on my firefox extension tab. Any help is apprecicated. Sounds like a useful extension. Thanks.

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  4. It should automatically install if you used the mozilla.org link (Under where to get it on the side bar)...

    You need to re-start your browser afetr installing any extension before it will become active. After you restart if you don't see two new images on your status bar (make sure your status bar is enabled under the View menu) then click the "Where to get it" link on the side bar and click the install link. This should pop up a dialog asking are you sure you want to install it. When the timer counts down tell it to install, after it's done (almost instant) then restart firefox and you should be all setup. Hope that helps.
    -Doug

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  5. Got it. Looks extactly as promised. Thanks!

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