firefox guidebook table of contents

A lot of people have been wondering what the Firefox Guidebook contains. Blake Ross, the author, has posted a Table of Contents on his site. So if you want to know what you’re getting, now at least you have a little bit of information. Still, a sample chapter would be great too. I’m probably going to pick one of these up for posterity sake along with a Firefox 1.0 / Thunderbird 1.0 CD when their final versions are released.

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3 Responses to firefox guidebook table of contents

  1. It’s good to see a lot of mention of extensions. And it’s nice to see there’s a six-page section on Blake.

  2. Blake says:

    Er, there’s a paragraph on me. The six pages are the index. I thought that might be unclear…I should update the TOC to indicate that 🙂

  3. jens.b says:

    I’m wondering which mouse gestures extension Blake mentions in Chapter 3, “Mouse Gestures: Going back and forth in the 21st century”, given that there are several: Optimoz Mouse Gestures, All-in-One, and, if you count pie menus as gestures, easyGestures and RadialContext…

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