Bookmark Toolbar Menu Button

My bookmarks toolbar has a lot of links (listed here under ‘Academic’). I do not have space for all of them to be displayed and recently I searched for a possible solution. I came across the Bookmark Toolbar Menu Button expansion for SeaMonkey. It is available also for Firefox.
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Extra toolbar buttons in SeaMonkey

A very nice extension for SeaMonkey is the Toolbar Buttons. It provides many additional buttons for the browser — just right click on the toolbar, select Customize and drag whatever you need on the toolbar: Read the rest of this entry »

Customizing SeaMonkey

With the latest Firefox update (31.2.0) I decided to migrate to something more traditional, like SeaMonkey. I am not going to list all the reasons for my decision to abandon Firefox, as it will turn into a rant (and who cares?). Read the rest of this entry »

UCSF Chimera and Firefox

I’ve been doing some protein structure modelling using the amazing PHYRE2. Viewing the results summary in Firefox shows a list of models with thumbnails. Clicking on a thumbnail links to the corresponding PDB file and by default the browser will display it either as text or will ask you to download the PDB file. Read the rest of this entry »

Firefox PDF Viewer plugin

In Slackware64, even if the system is converted to multilib and Adobe Reader runs fine, there will still be problems for it to integrate into Firefox. A 64bit Firefox and 32bit Acrobat apparently do not work nicely together… Read the rest of this entry »