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Legacy Extensions in Firefox 3.0

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I have been resisting using any of the Firefox 3.0 beta’s because of my reliance on Firefox extensions not yet ready for 3.0 but it seems like my Firefox 2.0 keeps bogging down (Perhaps due to my inability to close old tabs). With all the hype about the speed of Firefox 3.0 I decided to start using the release candidate.

However my dependency on extensions was to much to bear so I decided to look for some way to defeat Firefox’s extension checking.

In the URL bar type about:config which will result in the following warning box:

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