SOLVED: OT: How to add tab-closing X in Firefox, like Galeon?
J.A. de Vries wrote:
After reading your post, I tried firing up Firefox with sudo; in this
environment, I was able to install the TabX extension. Still, when I
went back to my normal user, the extension was not in Firefox, so it
obviously only installed TabX for the root user.
On 2004-12-31 @ 10:54:44 (week 53) Kent West wrote:
[I want a closing "X" on my tabs, like the feature found in Galeon.
I googled for [tabx] and found [it] at the "Extension Room" at MozDev
but when I click to install [it,] the file is not
downloadable because of "download error"
Strange, for me it did work flawlessly just by clicking on the install
link on the page. No trouble whatsoever. That's on an up-to-date Sarge
box with the default firefox package (FF 1.0).
Again I tried to install it as a normal user, but again the error about
So I right-clicked on the "install" link and selected "Save Link As" to
save the "tabx.xpi" file to my home directory. I then went into
Firefox's "File/Open File" menu, opened "tabx.xpi", which seemed to
install the extension, then restarted FF, and now I have the extension.
Yea! (So, obviously the installer routine for this extension is still
buggy, but what can you expect from a 0.5 version product?)