1.02 KB, patch
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The startpage for stable 1.4 branch mentions TweakMoz as an application for tweaking hidden preferences in Mozilla. It should rather mention MozillaPL.org's MozTweak, which is platform independent (TweakMoz is not!), more user-friendly and written in XUL, or give user a choice - MozTweak or TweakMoz. MozTweak's website is http://mozillapl.mozdev.org/
Created attachment 130822 [details] [diff] [review] Patch that adds information about MozTweak to the FAQ This patch changes this: <p>An experimental preferences tweaking application for Windows is available at <a href="http://andrewwooldridge.com/tm/">TweakMoz</a>.</p> into this: <p>Two experimental preferences tweaking applications are available: <a href="http://mozillapl.mozdev.org">MozTweak</a> (which is cross-platform) and <a href="http://andrewwooldridge.com/tm/">TweakMoz</a> (which is available for Mac and Windows only).</p>
Slightly modified the summary.
Summary: The "1.7. [...] ‘hidden preference’" question should mention MozTweak → The "1.7. [...] hidden preference" question in Moz 1.4 FAQ should mention MozTweak
links to Preferential and MozTweak add-ons added -> fixed
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 15 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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