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jonasbn (1153)

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Perl Programmer located in Copenhagen, Denmark. Active member of Copenhagen Perl Mongers.

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Journal of jonasbn (1153)

Wednesday June 25, 2008
02:31 AM

Last nite a blogger saved my life

[ #36770 ]

Again not exactly last night, but still in line with my previous journal entry.

After upgrading Firefox to version 3, that was actually done almost last night, since I am not the most avantgarde on these things.

The plugin I had installed to detect the system proxy settings on OS X, no longer worked, but a quick search revealed a similar plugin. I am not sure it is the same implementation as I have used previsiously, since I gather Firefox would have updated it as part of the installation, reinitialization phase.

I found what I needed via a link from some bloggers entry.

So with a new plugin to automatically detect system proxy settings, I am now back on track.

Firefox is really nice, even version 3 and the plugins seem to become better and better and there seem to be plugins to solve anything.

Recommendations on Firefox plugins are most welcome.

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