was wondering if anybody knows if firefox extensions need to be platform specific?...(i know chrome's don't seem to be)
Reason i ask is after using an extension called "memory fox" in win32.... it radically transforms the
performance of FF on old hardware with 256 ram...giving great performance and lots of tabs....it
really is a super tool........ i wondered if it would work on FF 3.6 inside TCL?
I was wondering, if this is how badly they did the FF coding, that some extension like "memory fox"
can radically improve FF's performance on win32...then what's the situation with the quality of the Linux coding of FF?...