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    Hey, the Addon Collector is neat - thanks Sulasno. I've set up a default Oh So Chrome collection at https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/fir...8-dc56107b1d81 for anyone who's interested. Just gives the basic look and some functions of Chrome. Other addons are personal choice of course, and as mentioned, too many make it all slow down.

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    Chrome developers, are you listening?
    an Addon Collector would be very nice for Chrome :-)

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    Didn't realise we were doubling up as a FF Help site these days ...

    @Sulasno O2C is far superior to Speeddial, good choice ;-)

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    I wonder how many forum users and visitors are still using other browsers StevePaul..? Can't hurt to provide something which still encourages Chrome use, can it?

    Just a quick question about only2clicks.com - what advantage might there be in having my speed dial settings kept on another server? (Apart from the fact that it's kind of a 'backup'). Surely it adds another (if minor) delay? And if their site lags or goes down..?

    Just curious. There must be some advantage for people to use such things I guess, but everything becoming decentralised around the web doesn't seem very useful to me, I have to say. I like my files and settings at home, where I can do as I please with them, and back them up safely.

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    dear michael,
    did you know, more addon installed, more memory loaded?
    be wise

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael3185 View Post
    I wonder how many forum users and visitors are still using other browsers StevePaul..? Can't hurt to provide something which still encourages Chrome use, can it?

    Just a quick question about only2clicks.com - what advantage might there be in having my speed dial settings kept on another server? (Apart from the fact that it's kind of a 'backup'). Surely it adds another (if minor) delay? And if their site lags or goes down..?

    Just curious. There must be some advantage for people to use such things I guess, but everything becoming decentralised around the web doesn't seem very useful to me, I have to say. I like my files and settings at home, where I can do as I please with them, and back them up safely.
    Don't know what browsers the forum users are using, but I got 10 browsers installed in my system :-)

    only2click - you can export the favourites and keep a copy of it on the Desktop; and of course you can access the favourites when using a public terminal in addition to sharing them with friends

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twins.Seven View Post
    dear michael,
    did you know, more addon installed, more memory loaded?
    be wise
    I lost count of the addons I got for Firefox;
    firing it up is slow but I am still keeping it for the addons

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    Yes, and how often your FF not responding when click for downloading file

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    :-)

    forgot to mention that I am running nightly builds of firefox

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    The problem with Firefox for me is that, after using chrome, it's just feels too sluggish. While you can make Firefox look like chrome, you can't make it as speedy as chrome and, therefore, I still use it despite the inconvenience of periodically having to fire up firefox to use some addon.

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