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    I'm reluctantly moving to use Firefox 3.0.0.9. I've been struggling with it all morning. Does anyone use the web developer extension with it. I had it configured to open up a web page either with notpad++ or dreamweaver. But this no logner works. Can anyone using web developer confirm that edit in an external application works. Neither keyboard shortcuts nor right-click menu navigation will allow me to open a webpage in an external application. Could do so with Firefox 2.

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    [quote name='Cah' post='771901' date='22-Apr-2009 22:36']Does anyone use the web developer extension with it. I had it configured to open up a web page either with notpad++ or dreamweaver. But this no logner works.[/quote]
    Known issue per http://chrispederick.com/work/web-de...sues/#item-912

    You could try the built-in preference for View Source in an external editor: http://kb.mozillazine.org/View_source.editor.external

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    [quote name='jscher2000' post='771902' date='23-Apr-2009 06:46']Known issue per http://chrispederick.com/work/web-de...sues/#item-912

    You could try the built-in preference for View Source in an external editor: http://kb.mozillazine.org/View_source.editor.external[/quote]

    Thanks, that's a nuisance. I've just started experimenting with Page Hacker. I'm trying out the beta version installed over the basic one. Very interesting, though I guess not secure.

    Chris (Hunt)

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    [quote name='Cah' post='772811' date='28-Apr-2009 19:26']I've just started experimenting with Page Hacker. I'm trying out the beta version installed over the basic one. Very interesting, though I guess not secure.[/quote]
    Why not secure -- does it do something other than alter the DOM within Firefox?

    I regularly "hack" pages so I can print them nicely (or at all!). I might try this extension on my home laptop.

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    [quote name='jscher2000' post='772813' date='29-Apr-2009 03:49']Why not secure -- does it do something other than alter the DOM within Firefox?

    I regularly "hack" pages so I can print them nicely (or at all!). I might try this extension on my home laptop.[/quote]

    I don't know how Page Hacker works, nor very much about DOM. My remark was based on a general assumption that the more add-ons one has installed the more vectors for possible attack one opens up.

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