Any Sea Monkey users out there? What are your extensions?

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  1. mattdocs12345

    mattdocs12345 Registered Member

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    Here are mine:
    - ABP
    - BluHell Firewall 2.0
    - LastPass
    - SeaFox
    - Flashgot
     
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    ABP, Scriptish, FireShot, Flash Block, DTA (not officially supported but works).

    Edit: DTA isn't supported for newer versions of SeaMonkey but I was able to install it by copying from the Fx folder
     
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    How did you install Flash Block in SM? It's Firefox only...
     
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    Flash Block does work on SeaMonkey. Get the SeaMonkey version here.

    Also installed, not necessarily using:
    AutoProxy
    BBCode extra
    Better Privacy
    Enigmail
    Event Spy
    HTTPS Everywhere
    JSView
    PrefBar
    Request Policy
    Show IP
     
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    Thanks. I installed flashblock and Im checking out the other extensions.
     
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    Another feature I really like about SeaMonkey is the ability to move, mix, and match individual items on the different bars. You can drop the icons for FlashBlock and Better Privacy on any toolbar of your choice.
    The BBCode extra extension is really nice on forums like this one, especially when combined with a multiple clipboard utility. I've stayed with the older release of Request Policy. Don't really have a use for the default-permit option on the new version. Works very well from the status bar.

    Do check out PrefBar. It's a gem. Check out the extra buttons available for it too. Depending on the options you choose, PrefBar can replace several extensions. I prefer using it as toolbar just to have all the items in easy reach. Instead of having it as a separate toolbar, I moved its contents to the navigation bar and put most everything else on the menu bar. This way, everything I use fits on 2 bars.
     
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    Do I really need better privacy if SM is configured to delete cookies on exit?
     
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    Hi, I installed SM and tried to import my bookmarks from FF. I read the instructions to get them from the bookmarks folder, and import takes you to my Documents folder, but there is no current bookmarks folder. I've never had to do this before in FF or Chrome. I'm confused. Can anyone give me a simple way to import my bookmarks from FF? Thanks in advance. :)
     
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    I don't think deleting the cookies will affect the flash player LSOs. I very seldom use flash so I haven't looked into it. I have Better Privacy set to alert me to each new object so I can delete them immediately.
     
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    In firefox
    Bookmarks --> Manage Bookmarks --> Tools --> Export Bookmarks to HTML --> save to whatever location you like

    in seamonkey
    Bookmarks --> Manage Bookmarks --> Tools --> Import Bookmarks from HTML --> restore from whatever location you saved your bookmarks
     
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    Thanks. I see my mistake.:p
     
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    PrefBar is interesting but I had some issues with flash after installing it.
     
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