Thanks to CTOnews.com netizen Coje_He for the clue delivery! CTOnews.com, December 19, Mozilla last week enhanced the Android version of Firefox Firefox, adding support for more than 450 add-ons.
Mozilla now further expands the Android version of Firefox's support for add-ons, and in the latest Nightly version, users can install add-ons as files.
Take Bypass Paywalls Clean, for example, this add-on cannot be downloaded through Mozilla's official add-on repository (aka AMO) because of a DMCA hit.
However, Bypass Paywalls Clean is still under maintenance and is a signed add-on, and the only problem is that you need to install it from a file.
CTOnews.com according to foreign science and technology media GHacks reports, take Bypass Paywalls Clean as an example, the sharing steps are as follows:
1. Users download the .xpi file of Bypass Paywalls Clean.
two。 Click the menu button in Firefox Nightly, and then select Settings.
3. Click the "install add-ons from file" option. The file picker should be open.
4. Select the XPI file you downloaded and it will be installed in Firefox Nightly.
5. You can access the extension from the browser menu > add-ons.
Thanks to @ Coje_He 's reminder, Beta Android Firefox also supports file installation of add-ons.
CTOnews.com, February 20, according to the Science and Technology Daily, the opening ceremony of the demonstration and application project of the national key R & D project "key Technologies for efficient Transportation and Safety Service of Mega Urban Rail Transit system" was held in Beijing on February 11, marking the beginning of the whole country.
Thanks to CTOnews.com netizen OC_Formula for the clue delivery! CTOnews.com message on January 12, according to the parameter page information released on the official website of AMD, AMD R9 7950X3D, R9 7900X3D,
Thanks to CTOnews.com netizens for the delivery of clues on the way! CTOnews.com reported on September 11 that after the basketball game "NBA 2K24" was launched on September 8, word of mouth on the Steam platform was quickly locked in "bad reviews."
On Aug. 15, Ford CEO Jim Farley expects revenue from in-car software services to soar by 1000% over the next few years. To capitalize on this growth momentum, Ford announced that it had hired a former vice president of services at Apple.