[Fasterfox] Feature request...

Tony Gentilcore gentilac at slu.edu
Thu Dec 29 12:00:01 EST 2005

Hi Gus,


The primary mission of Fasterfox is to speed up surfing for the majority of
web surfers.  The benefit of the page load timer to web developers is kind
of ancillary.  I would be slightly hesitant to expand on these types of
features in Fasterfox because the majority of users would probably not need


However, this brings up an interesting idea.  If you have ideas for other
common tasks you perform as a web developer, maybe a spinoff extension might
be in order. A kind of "web developer's extension" that has a whole
collection of features.


Please let me know if you have more ideas.





From: fasterfox-bounces at mozdev.org [mailto:fasterfox-bounces at mozdev.org] On
Behalf Of Gus Collazo
Sent: Tuesday, December 27, 2005 5:42 PM
To: fasterfox at mozdev.org
Subject: [Fasterfox] Feature request...


Hi there, I love FasterFox, not only has it sped up my browsing, but now I
use it at work to help with my timing of page loads. There is one cool
feature though that is missing. As I reload a page over and over again, I
can only see the last amount of time it took the page to load. It would be
great if I could double-click the Page Load Timer and get a popup that shows
me a running list of like the last 20 time values along with an average of
the values in the list. Wouldn't that be great!?! :)  Hope you guys can
squeeze it into the next release. Great software by the way! :D 

Los Angeles, CA

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