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ff 1.1 'deer park', re :features/wish

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Fast back (and forward)
This very experimental feature allows much faster session history navigation. The feature is off by default but can be enabled
for testing purposes by setting the browser.sessionhistory.max_viewers preference to a nonzero number.

CSS at-rule for matching on site/document URL
The new @-moz-document rule gives users the ability to match page objects per-site, using CSS. This makes it possible to
include site-specific rules in user style sheets (userContent.css). David Baron's post to www-style explains how the rule can be

////maybe can ease fixing google beta groups

Report a broken website wizard
Users now have a simple tool for reporting websites that aren't working in Firefox. If installed (Reporter is a custom install
option for this release) the tool can be accessed from "Report Broken Website" on the Firefox Help menu.

////report to site, I assume?

Searchable cookie manager
Cookies can be searched by hostname/domain and cookie name, and are organized by hostname in a tree format instead of a
flat list.
////perhaps more easily edited, such as changing a particular site's status from "allow always" to "allow session". or minor
editing if the site has chnaged it's name (rare)

i'd like to see better workability of bookmarks

All Gecko/1.7.8: 20050511, Mozilla1.7.20050.51112, Firefox1.0.4 Trying: Rip, infoRSS
1 WinXP + FF + GoogleBar(XPI-rimental), Sage, PrefBar, Tabmix, Tabbrowser Preferences, IEView, &?
+ Tbird 1.0.2 + Mnenhy
+ Mozilla + GoogleBar(XPI-rimental),PrefBar,bugmenot, &? CopyURL, IEView
2 WinMe + FF + GoogleBar(XPI-rimental), Sage,PrefBar, &TestProfile:Feedview, undoclosetab, PlainOldFavorites,
+ Mozilla, all profiles: + GoogleBar(XPI-rimental),PrefBar,bugmenot, &? CopyURL, IEView, habarixenu,(trying: Conquery,
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(must have linked via same mozilline thread as that deer park page)

but i think what's holding back greasemonkey from use by everyday non-computer-geeks, is knowing css.

some kind of wysiwyg or semi-wysiwyg for create/edit css, is needed to fill "the missing link".
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