Ubuntu Forums Firefox Plugin – Finding Answers To Stupid Questions Was Never So Easy

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I remembered awhile back that I had installed a plugin for the Steam forums that gave me a little menu item up at the top inbetween Tools and Help in Firefox that allowed easy navigation of the Steam forums. I thought about it for a bit and thought,

“Hey! Why not make one of those for the Ubuntu forums?”

Well thankfully someone else already has. I present to you, the Ubuntu Forums Menu for Firefox.  If you don’t have Firefox already, click the button below and install it today!

Install and then goto the Addons settings in Firefox. Click Preferences:
screenshot-add-ons.pngCheck the appropriate boxes:
screenshot-ubuntu-forums-menu-settings.pngMenu at the top:
ubuntu_forums.pngRight Click Context Menu:
ubuntu_forums_context1.pngThis is an “insanely great” plugin. Kudos to Adam Smith.

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  • http://stevepearce.info Steve Pearce

    ….. begs Canonical to include it with Gutsy and/or Hardy. This is a an awesome extension :D

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  • madad

    And getting where you need to be to ask those stupid question was never so easy either:)

  • http://www.joelle.de/index.php joe

    I am not really sure for what I would need that plugin. You ‘ll get all those links at the Ubuntu forum.

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  • http://www.google.ru/ hiutopor

    Hi all!

    Very interesting information! Thanks!

    Bye

  • http://stevepearce.info Steve Pearce

    RE: madad,

    Agreed, but word of mouth and mass demand is enough to make them recognise it.

  • David

    At last a Direct Link to ‘Absolute Beginner Talk’ !!
    Finally – sylibals, letters, words – close to me the “sometimes in a conversation I can be mistaking actually knowing what I’m talking about!!!”

    Oh how the pride of the Windows power users suffers in the new learning curve! Soon I will be there again in ubuntu!

  • http://www.liddicott.com Sam Liddicott

    What happened to good old NNTP?

    Dear me, people replace NNTP with freaky web forums and then write plugins to standardize them.

    [shakes head sadly]

  • madad

    @Steve pearce

    lol….what i meant was it`s been quite handy having the FF UF menu this last year or so.I was pleasantly surprised to stumble across it soon after discovering Ubuntu.

    I only use a few FF plugins but thats certainly always one of them.

  • http://www.fsckin.com/ Wayne

    Yeah thanks guys, I really love this add on for Firefox… it’s really what makes Firefox a cut above the other browsers out there.

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  • Shaq

    Use opera myself, and by setting up a custom search, I’m able to just type ‘uf my search string’ into the address bar and it will search ubuntuforums.org for ‘my search string’…

    Opera Rocks!

  • schemingturkey

    hey everyone,

    i just joined and wanted to say hi. :)

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  • hollywoodheidi

    Hi! I just found this forum and it looks really cool.

    Now, I gotta run off and read some posts. :)

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  • David K

    Can anyone help an Ubuntu virgin pls?
    I want to wipe my crappy XP Home OS from a 5yo PC and install Ubuntu and Firefox (I have an ASUS that runs Linux and love it).
    Will my network still work:
    BT Home Hub 2.0;
    Netgear – RangeMax Wireless-N usb 2.0 Adaptor. WN111.
    The ASUS talks happliy to the BT Hub.

  • David K

    Whoops – I’m in the UK… does that make a diff?

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    uninterested in a workaround
    for the linux version (as far as
    I can see). I finally found
    a swfdec flash plugin made by
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    ubuntu 9.04 options for flash
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