Originally posted by SweetLou
The path to my user.js is /home/user/.mozilla/firefox/xxxx.default/user.js The xxxx will be a random set of numbers and letters. The easiest way to do this is to install chromEdit an extension that will allow fast access to your user.js, pref.js userChrome.css and userContent.css.
My user.js looks like:
You can get the extension at :http://www.extensionsmirror.nl/index.php?showtopic=21#
// disable target="_blank" (open in same window):
// Instead of annoying error dialog messages, display pages:
Thanks. I downloaded it and was able to create a user.js file. But I still can't get it to open with Thunderbird? Here is the line I out in, does this look right or am I leabing something out?
This is where thunderbird is. Also I tried it with the .sh and without.
This is where the user.js file is being saved.
Does this look right?