user.js file in the Firefox Configuration Guide for Privacy Freaks and Performance Buffs has finally been updated … and what an update it is!
I quickly realized what i got myself involved in when i started publishing my own
user.js file in that it’s a lot of work to keep pace with the rapid development cycle of Firefox and i began to dread sifting through a large and ever-growing list of preferences every time i published an update. As such, i decided to piggy-back on the excellent work done by ‘Pants’ and his helpers whose custom
user.js file has become rather popular since it was first published by Martin Brinkmann on Ghacks. Just a couple of days ago Pants also published his work on GitHub which i think was a great idea that will attract even more contributors.
So what does all this mean to you, the guy or gal that uses my
user.js? Well, initially it means you’re going to have a lot of work to do insomuch as you’re going to have to go through the entire
user.js file all over again from top to bottom. Sorry about that, but scope of this update meant it would have been extremely time consuming for me to document every single change. The good news is that future updates will be a lot easier.
The format of the new file and everything you need to do is explained in my guide. In short, i am using Pants’ configuration almost verbatim, other than commenting out a few of his preferences, and then appending my personal settings to the end of his.
So there you have it. Now get to work! :)
A new tutorial was added that offers some information and software resources for fixing and formatting your MP3 collection on Debian based Linux distributions (Debian, Ubuntu, Mint). None of the software tools require Wine. Read more here: An MP3 Collection Editing Guide For Linux