Firefox 3.6 about:support

A new feature now live on the Firefox 3.6 nightlies is about:support. This feature lists important information about your Firefox installation that will help support people help with problems you may have in the future. This provides a lot of similar information that the InfoLister extension provided. However, unlike InfoLister, a button allows you to copy all the information to the clipboard and paste to an email, forum, chat window, etc.

Source: Mozilla Links

6 Comments on Firefox 3.6 about:support

  1. Hello Guru,

    I recently started using Thunderbird and it’s great. However I’ve been getting these popups whenever I reply to a message asking me how I would like to send the email.

    Here’s a picture of the popup:

  2. Sorry I didn’t finish my post.

    I was wondering how I could turn this popup notification off or set it to always send in “Plain Text and HTML”. I know I’m making it more difficult than it should be.

    Tips would greatly appreciated.

    Thanks Guru ^^

    • I knew I was making it more difficult than it really was. I figured it out.

      For anyone else that might need this though:

      Click on Tools > Options > Send Options (bottom right corner)

      In the drop down menu under “Text Format” click on the setting you desire.

      NOTE: This is for Windows. Should be somewhat similar in Mac though.

  3. FireFox browser is better
    Thank you

  4. Keith Smith | March 21, 2010 at 6:52 PM |

    I upgraded to Firefox 3.6 two weeks ago. When I double click on the Firefox icon I cant see the window. When I right click the icon in the status bar it says Firefox already running yet I still see no window. When I uninstall Firefox 3.6 and reinstall it the window appears until I shutdown the computer. When I restart the computer and double click the Firefox icon no window. I have to uninstall and reinstall to get the window back. Please help.

    • I think I’m getting the same issue. Have you tried bringing up the task manager after you restart?

      Once you have the task manager up look under the “Processes” tab, look for “firefox.exe” and right-click it and “End Task”.
      Then open up FireFox.
      NOTE: This is NOT a fix.

      You might have a virus that is opening FireFox up and using it to access something on the internet. Probably not, but not impossible.

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