Archive for the 'FireFox' Category

Testing File Uploads with Selenium RC and Firefox(Or: Reducing Javascript Security in Firefox for fun and profit.)

People seem to have some problems when it comes to testing file uploads with Selenium RC. I’m not the first to provide a solution but making this work with Selenium RC might take a few more steps.

With Selenium RC you get a fresh browser each time you start a test run. So you’ll [...]

Adding display names to Twitter icon images.

Jeff Barr talked about adding real names to Twitter via greasemonkey..

I’ve been writing lots of ridiculous Javascript to mess with an app I’ve been testing so I put together the quickest and ugliest GreaseMonkey script to do what Jeff asked for, real names on profile pictures.

So, here we are now…

Here is the script if you’re [...]

FireFox Tip: How to Enable the Marquee Tag

We all love the <marquee> tag, right? Been missing it in FireFox? Well, go edit your config prefs.js file while FireFox is closed and add the following lines…

// Enable the marquee tag (disabled by default): user_pref(”browser.display.enable_marquee”, true);

Presto! <marquee> is back!

For more fun options, check out http://www.mozilla.org/unix/customizing.html#prefs.